Three-D Issue 34

Three-D, issue 33 (PDF, 2.9 Mb) – Latest In this issue:1 Redefining the ‘new normal’ before it sets (Einar Thorsen) Black Lives Matter2 Race, racism and resistance (Deborah Gabriel)4 Decolonising the curriculum is not enough (Lindiwe Dovey) Covid-19: higher education5 Digital learning and teaching: reflections on identity and efficacy (Doug Specht)6 Public Health Emergencies (Melanie Brown)7 Returning …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 34: Postgraduate Network

Bissie AndersonUniversity of Stirling Networking Knowledge has one regular, two conference, and three COVID19-related special issues currently in the works: Bangor University MeCCSA PGN Conference 2019 issue – in production, and due at the end of the summer 2020. A regular issue of 6-8 articles – at copyediting stage, to be published in Autumn 2020. #TogetherApart …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 34: Radio Studies Network

Janieann McCrackenUniversity of Stirling Brighton seems a long time ago now and a very different place! In our network meeting there we welcomed new members to our steering committee bringing a variety of different research interests. These were Jerry Padfield (Doctoral Student at The University of Falmouth), and Dario Llinares (Principal Lecturer in the School …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 34: Local and Community Media Network

Rachel MatthewsCoventry University It is now just over a year since the Local and Community Media Network was inaugurated at a meeting at Canterbury Christ Church University. Our committee structure was confirmed at our AGM at MeCCSA 2020 in Brighton. We also hosted our first panel on the theme of ‘Interrogating the ‘community’ in local …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 34: Policy Network report

Phil RamseyUlster University It has been a busy Spring for Policy watchers. The DCMS ran a Consultation on decriminalising TV licence evasion (following a 2015 review), while the DCMS Commons Select Committee ran an inquiry into the future of public service broadcasting. Public Service Media (PSM) is under intense scrutiny in the current political environment, and now seems …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 34: Chair’s report

Anita BiressiUniversity of Roehampton It’s been just over six months since my last report for Three D. And this short period of time has witnessed immense and significant shifts in public sentiment, in social behaviours, in the economy and in HE and specifically in our fields of professional practice, teaching and research. No wonder we …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 34: MeCCSA Conference postponed: 2022 is the new 2021

Sarah PedersenRobert Gordon University, Aberdeen Hello from sunny Aberdeen! When the sun shines on all of the granite buildings in the centre of the city you begin to understand why it is also known as the “silver city”. Aberdeen’s granite stone was used to build the Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar Square and the Thames Embankment, …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 34: MeCCSA Conference 2020: Media Interactions and Environments

Ewan Kirkland & Julie DoyleUniversity of Brighton It was a pleasure to welcome delegates to the University of Brighton’s City Campus for the MeCCSA 2020 conference. Over 270 attendees joined us for this three-day event, including delegates from South Africa, China, Spain, Czech Republic, Denmark and Switzerland. Everyone who contributed, from presenters to panel chairs, …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 34: Statement on sexualised abuses of power in media, communication and cultural studies

Written by the Media and Gender group (a collective of academics working and studying in feminist media studies, mostly based in the UK. Please contact: mediaandgendercollective@gmail.com) A full list of signatories, and the chance to add your own name in support, can be found here https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe0rvytMeEbt0cb_SWPhQGLb-zP5QDuOwOdvs95e_WneE8Ogg/viewform We are writing to ask that MeCCSA members work collectively to …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 34: Changes

Julian PetleyBrunel University London On 27 March, the Digital, Culture, Media & Sport Committee announced an inquiry into the future of public service broadcasting in order to examine that future ‘within the wider media and digital ecology, including funding, content and regulation of PSBs and how this compares with alternative subscription, streaming services and Freeview services’. Taken …Continue Reading

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