MeCCSA JISCmail list
MeCCSA operates a discussion and information list through the JISCMail system.
This mailing list is a free service and is not restricted to members. It is an unmoderated list and content reflect the views of those who post to the list and not of MeCCSA as an organisation.
MeCCSA recommends that the list be used only for posting of information (for example about events, publications, conferences, lectures) of interest to members or to promote discussion of current issues of wide general interest in the field. Posts to the MeCCSA mailing list are public, indexed by Google, and can be accessed from the JISCMail website.
Any messages posted to the list are subject to the JISCMail acceptable use policy, which states that users should avoid “engaging in unreasonable behaviour, or disrupting the general flow of discussion on a list” (see bottom of this page for more details).
Posting a message:
To post a message to all the people currently subscribed to the list, send an email to: MECCSA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK
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For any further information, subscriptions and unsubscription questions please visit the MeCCSA JISCmail list website, or the subscription page where you can sign up to the list or modify your existing subscription (e.g. update you email address, or change the frequency at which you receive posts by signing up for daily or weekly digests).
- Final Reminder - Free Reg: International Visual Methods Workshop - UCLan
- Queer Screens 2017 - CFP Reminder
- Mobilising Militant Pasts: Histories of Protest, Unrest and Insurrection in Politics and Culture King’s College London 31 August – 1 September 2017 Call for Papers
- Media and Everyday Life: A Textbook
- CFP Caring for Ourselves and Others as Early Career Academics
On the MeCCSA JISCmail list page you will be able to access all the messages posted on the list since 1998.
MeCCSA’s Networks also operate their own mailing lists:
- NEW COURSE - Coding, DataManagement, Shiny applications, RStudio, for Ecologists and Evolutionary Biologists
- STATS COURSE - Advancing in R
- Fueling Culture by Imre Szeman, Jennifer Wenzel & Patricia Yaeger
- Opportunity for MECCSA/Climate Change Environment and Sustainability network people
- Advances in Spatial Analysis of Multivariate Ecological Data - Pierre Legendre
- 2 film clips from unfinished 1992 documentary on JFK
- CCDS Conference 2017: Early bird available until 1 April
- CCDS Seminar: A Secret Worth Knowing by Dr Michael Rembis
- JLCDS 11.1 on Project MUSE
- Barriers and Enablers to Maths Learning
- Make & talk event: Understanding Creative Commons [London]
- "After Work? On Technology, Work & Feminism" by Nick Srnicek & Helen Hester - CAMRI
- Tomorrow Lord Puttnam "Why PSB matters more than ever" at Jocelyn Hay VLV lecture 21 March 2017 7pm, London - Tickets £10-£15
- Nick Srnicek & Helen Hester: After Work? On Technology & Social Reproduction - CAMRI seminar
- Regulating Branded Content Events 25 April 2017
- Issue Published: Post-Snowden Internet Policy
- Nick Srnicek & Helen Hester: After Work? On Technology, Work & Feminism - CAMRI seminar this Thursday
- CFP: PG Symposium *Authenticity, Performance, and (‘Post')Truth in Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media*
- Conference CFP Reminder
- Women in Gothic and Horror Cinema conference: registration now open
- Email: MECCSA-SMN@JISCMAIL.AC.UK
- suggestions for some overview texts on women and soaps or women and television?
- REMINDER: Comedy, Gender and Offence Panel Seminar - Wednesday 8 March
- Film Screening and Q&A with Kajal Nisha Patel 7 March University of Leicester
- CUNY CFP "Bridging Gaps: Where is the Critic in Television Journalism? (NYC 2017)
- CFP Book chapters- Re-writing Women as Victims
The MeCCSA Radio Studies Network encourages interested colleagues to subscribe to the Radio Studies list (email: RADIO-STUDIES@JISCMAIL.AC.UK), a forum for teachers, researchers and broadcasters active since 1998.
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