Three-D Issue 29: Postcolonial Studies meets Media Studies

Rinella Cere Sheffield Hallam University At the end of November we ran our main network event on the topic of the ‘encounter’ between Postcolonial Studies with Media Studies. It was hosted by Goldsmiths, University of London’s Centre for Feminist Research and Race Critical Studies Network. Postcoloniality is one of the key areas of our network …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 26: Radicalisation in culture and media

Rinella Cere Sheffield Hallam University The re-launch of the Race, Ethnicity and Postcolonial Network (REaPN) kicked off at De Montfort University on the 28 June, exploring the topic of Radicalisation in Culture and Media with unavoidable forays into the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act and the Prevent Agenda. Opening the day, the keynote speaker, Bob Brecher, …Continue Reading

CFP: Radicalisation in culture and media

Call for papers Tuesday 28th June 2016 – De Montfort University To mark the launch of the newly formed Race, Ethnicity and Postcolonial Network, the group invites people to a one day conference to explore the media and cultural responses to the issue of radicalisation. The concept and representation of radicalisation has been at the …Continue Reading

REaPN events for 2016

For the opening event of the Race, Ethnicity and Postcolonial Network (REaPN), we are planning to organize a day conference on representations of ‘Radicalisation in Culture and Media‘ (June 2016). The concept and representation of radicalisation has been at the heart of various interrelated media discourses on terrorism and radical Islam in recent years, with …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 19: Research collaboration with the BFI explores how film shapes culture and community

Sarita Malik Brunel University Earlier in 2012, the Arts and Humanities Research Council funded research exploring the ways in which film shapes audiences’ ideas and values about ‘community’. Part of the Connected Communities research programme, the eight-month project was led by Sarita Malik at Brunel University in collaboration with the British Film Institute. The research …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 18: Special Issue on Race and Ethnicity in Cultural Production

Call for papers Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture.  Special Issue on Race and Ethnicity in Cultural Production Editors: David Hesmondhalgh and Anamik Saha Within media and cultural studies, questions of race and cultural difference in popular culture have tended to be explored through textual analysis, in relation to what Stuart Hall …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 17: Report on first Race Network conference

Sarita Malik Brunel University September saw the first event co-organised by the MeCCSA Race Network. In a conscious effort to bring together academics, researchers and practitioners, this event was focused on questions of race and the cultural industries. The debates drew from cultural studies, anthropology, media studies and sociology. Held at the Institute of Communications …Continue Reading

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