Unlikely voices: radio documentaries from the past and present

A MeCCSA Radio Studies Network event, within Sounding Out 5   Bournemouth University, Friday 10 September, 12.00 pm   Speakers: Mark Burman, Producer, BBC Radio Features   Ieuan Franklin, freelance film archivist   Matthew Linfoot, Director, Undergraduate Media Studies and Course Leader, Radio Production, University of Westminster   Paul Wilson, Curator, Radio at the British Library Sound …Continue Reading

Invitation to contribute to Three-D

We are currently in the process of putting together the next edition of Three-D, the official newsletter of the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA), due to be published in late September. We welcome contributions from our members as outlined below. This is your newsletter and an opportunity to connect with colleagues within your …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 14

Three-D, issue 14 (PDF, 840k) In this issue: Election special and the LSE annual conference experience (Einar Thorsen); Features: Cultural production and public policy in UK broadcasting (Sylvia Harvey); Media studies in the era of the university clampdown (David Hesmondhalgh); The impact of the REF (Natalie Fenton); BFI / UK Film Council merger (John Ellis); Media …Continue Reading

Research Excellence Framework consultation outcomes

The four UK higher education (HE) funding bodies have now announced the outcomes of the recent consultation on the Research Excellence Framework (REF) – the new system for assessing research in UK higher education institutions (HEIs). Relevant links:  > HEFCE press release dated 26/03/2010 including links to other sources > Research Excellence Framework consultation outcomes …Continue Reading

Research Excellence Framework — consultation outcomes

Research Excellence Framework consultation outcomes The four UK higher education (HE) funding bodies have now announced the outcomes of the recent consultation on the Research Excellence Framework (REF) – the new system for assessing research in UK higher education institutions (HEIs). Relevant links:  > HEFCE press release dated 26/03/2010 including links to other sources > …Continue Reading

Areas of expertise and contacts

Current list of membership and associated expertise If you wish to alter your currently published details, please get in touch with Einar Thorsen.

The Public Intellectual: Feminism, Power, Celebrity

Date and time: Tuesday 25 May 2010, 10am – 5 pm Location: British Library, Euston Road, London; Room MR 4  As more and more academics develop public profiles on television, radio and the internet, and research policy is increasingly geared to social and economic ‘impact’, this is an exciting time to reflect on issues related to the …Continue Reading

The Public Intellectual: Feminism, Power, Celebrity

25 May 2010 Location: British Library Hosted by Centre for Research in Sex, Gender and Sexuality, Roehampton University, London Co-sponsored by:The MeCCSA Women’s Media Studies Network and the Journal of Gender Studies 

2010 MeCCSA Postgraduate Conference

Programme for MeCCSA-PGN 2010 Conference Wolfson Medical School Building, University of Glasgow [PDF campus map] Wednesday 30th June 09: 30 – 10:00 Conference Registration (with tea/coffee and scones) (Atrium)   10:00- 11:30 Session A Making History: Constructing National Identities (Yudowitz Seminar Room) Chair:  HelenWright Maria Antonia Velez-Serna: Programming practices and filmsupply in Scotland Before WorldWar I Elizabeth Rawitsch: Mapping Frank …Continue Reading

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