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Nathan Farrell (Co-Convenor) Bournemouth University Julie Doyle University of Brighton Mike Goodman University of Reading Justin Lewis Cardiff University Einar Thorsen Bournemouth University Follow us on Twitter @MECCSA-CCES and join our Facebook Group.


Organisations we are working with on cooperation and collaboration: ECREA ‘Science and Environment Communication’ section’ IAMCR ‘Environment, Science and Risk Communication’ section ECPR ‘Standing Group on Green Politics’ The ‘Environmental Communication Network’ in the USA Global Environmental Journalism Initiative NCA (Environmental Communication Division) Western States Communication Association, Environmental Communication Interest Group Institute of Contemporary Arts …Continue Reading

  Communications MeCCSA on JISCmail MeCCSA and its Networks operate discussion and information lists through the JISCmail system. Click the following links for information or to join: MeCCSA MeCCSA Climate Change Network MeCCSA Disability Studies Network MeCCSA Local and Community Media Network List MeCCSA Policy Network MeCCSA Postgraduate Network MeCCSA Race, Ethnicity and Postcolonial Network List MeCCSA Social …Continue Reading

Helen Baehr

Helen was part of the team which set up the media programme at the University of Westminster. She has acted as Visiting Professor in the School of Arts, Design and Media at Sunderland and Visiting Academic at Middlesex University. Working at local, national and European levels, Helen now specialises in providing research consulting and external …Continue Reading

Anita Biressi

WMSN Communications Anita Biressi is Reader in Media Cultures at the University of Roehampton, London. Her research into media spectacle, documentary and factual film and TV and tabloid culture has appeared in journals and collections including Space and Culture, Screen, the Journal for Cultural Research and Celebrity Studies. She is the author of Crime, Fear and the Law in True Crime …Continue Reading

Gill Branston

Gill Branston is Director of Undergraduate Studies in Cardiff University’s School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies. She is the author of various books and articles on media, and especially cinema, including co-authorship of the best selling The Media Student’s Book (4th edition 2006). She is currently researching the relationship of cinema and climate change …Continue Reading

New media and (new) media studies

The event brought together postgraduate students involved in the Higher Education teaching of Media, Communications and Cultural studies to share experiences, develop collaborative exchanges and face the unique issues and concerns affecting postgraduate tutors within the field. The event was hosted by the Institute for Cultural Research at Lancaster University and the Art-Design-Media Subject Centre …Continue Reading

Charlotte Crofts

Dr Charlotte Crofts is Senior Lecturer in Film Studies and Video Production at University of West of England. She originally did her PhD on Angela Carter’s writing for radio, film and television (since published by MUP), before running away to film school where she trained as an editor. She went on to work in the …Continue Reading

Natalie Fenton

Natalie Fenton is a Reader in the Department of Media and Communications, Goldsmiths College, Universityof London where she is Co-Director of both the Goldsmiths Leverhulme MediaResearch Centre and the Goldsmiths Centre for the Study of Global Media and Democracy.She has also worked in the Department of Communication Studies at LiverpoolUniversity and in the Department of …Continue Reading

Mark Jancovich

Mark Jancovich is Professor of Film and Television Studies at University of East Anglia. His interests include film, media and cultural theory; genre (particularly horror, pornography and the historical epic); audience and reception studies; and contemporary popular television. He is currently working on a history of American horror in the 1940s. Publications include: The Place …Continue Reading

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