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BRITISH JOBS FOR BRITISH WORKERS: the media, 'race' and the politics of national identity.

A research seminar organised by the Centre for Research in Media & Cultural Studies, University of Sunderland Monday 22nd February 2010 6.00pm, Room 233 The David Puttnam Media Centre FREE AND...

No Room for Romance: Television and Northrop Frye’s Vision, Dr Richard Butt, 10 February 2010, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

Media, Communication and Sociology Research Seminar 10 February 2010, 14.15-15.15, Room 52 Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh Dr Richard Butt, Queen Margaret University Seminar abstract...

'All Tits and Bum: Classing Feminist squeamishness and the 'plastic' body', Professor Ruth Holliday, 8 February 2010, University of Sunderland

Colleagues may be interested in the following event at the Centre for Research in Media & Cultural Studies at University of Sunderland Monday 8 February 2010 6pm David Puttnam Media Centre The...

Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI), Research Seminars, University of Westminster

All seminars take place between 2:00-4:00 pm in room A4.4 (Maria Hewlett Building) at the Harrow Campus of the University of Westminster Seminars are open to Faculty and Post-graduate...

"Keep Calm and Carry On": New Perspectives on British Cinema and Television, 17 February 2010, UEA

All sessions take place in Arts 3.03 09:30 Keynote Speaker Charles Barr, 'The UEA History of British Cinema and Television' 10:30 Session One: Exploitation and Amateurism •Michael Ahmed,...

Media, Communication and Sociology Research Seminars 2009-2010, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh

Colleagues are invited to attend the following Research seminars, organised by the Media, Communication and Sociology subject area at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh. Queen Margaret...

'Glorious Technicolor, Breathtaking CinemaScope': The Spectacle of Technology in Screen Media, 27 February 2010, University of Warwick, UK

This conference will present a wide-ranging study of spectacularised screen technologies: exploring instances where focus is drawn to the medium rather than its content. We will feature papers...

'Rethinking Youth Cultures in the Age of Global Media', 18 February 2010, Open University, Milton Keynes

The fourth seminar in our ongoing ESRC-funded series 'Rethinking Youth Cultures in the Age of Global Media' will be held at the Open University in Milton Keynes on Thursday 18th February, from...