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Research Centres

AHRB Centre for British Film and Television Studies (UK)
The Centre, created in October 2000 with five years funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Board, aims to enhance and extend the recent growth in high level academic research on British Film and Television. Online includes news of conferences, research reports and special events.

Centre for Broadcasting History Research, based at the University of Bournemouth (UK)
CAMRI: Communication and Media Research Institute, based at the University of Westminster (UK)
Findings is the newsletter of the CAMRI, containing news reports and analysis by staff and doctoral students.

Centre for the Study of Popular Television, based at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication, Syracuse University (USA)

Centre for Television Drama Studies, based at the Department of Film, Theatre and Television, University of Reading (UK). Research

Screen Media Research Centre, based at Brunel University (UK)

Funding Opportunities in the UK

HERO (Higher Education & Research Opportunities in the United Kingdom
HERO is the official gateway to universities, colleges and research organisation in the UK.

Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)
Funds postgraduate training and research in the arts and humanities.
Address: AHRC, Whitefriars, Lewins Mead, BRISTOL BS1 2AE
Tel: 0117 987 6500
Fax: 0117 987 6600
Email: enquiries@ ahrc.ac.uk

The British Academy
The national academy for the humanities and social sciences.

British Council
UK's international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations.

The Leverhulme Trust
The Trust … makes awards for the support of research and education. It emphasises individuals and encompasses all subject areas.

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