The British Film Institute’s plans for the BFI National Library have drawn comment from MeCCSA. MeCCSA ‘s concerns include how the BFI National Library – and its sister BFI department, the National Film and Television Archive – should be maintained and should develop. Our comments include a call for a symposium on a national strategy for moving image heritage, to consider this as a long-term issue that requires a firm vision and considered action.
- MeCCSA guidance for REF external advisor roles
- MeCCSA nominations for members of REF2021 panels
- Joint statement from BAFTSS and MeCCSA on REF2021 [Updated: response from HEFCE and Panel D Chair]
- HEFCE call for the Appointment of Sub-Panel chairs for REF 2021
- Three-D Issue 28
- Prof Annette Hill - Seminar - Production and Audience Study on Endemol Shine
- CfP: "Overcoming Inequalities in Internet Governance: framing digital policy capacity building strategies" GigArts2018 / CIGP 26-27 April 2018, Cardiff
- Call for Papers: Spy Conference
- British Library - Doctoral Students Open Day: News and Media
- Animation Studies 2.0 - new post
MeCCSA is the subject association for the field of media, communication and cultural studies in UK Higher Education. Visit our About MeCCSA page for more information.