Instructions for contributors: MeCCSA 2012 Papers

Abstracts of 250 words for:  papers  panels  presentations of practice or  posters should be submitted for peer review via the website form by Friday 2nd September 2011. Proposerswill be notified of proposal acceptance no later than 21st October 2011. Panels Fullpanel proposals should include a short description and rationale (200 words)along with abstracts for each …Continue Reading

Venue: MeCCSA 2012 Conference

The University of Bedfordshire is at the hub of national and international travel networks. Situated just 30 miles north of London, the University of Bedfordshire’s Luton campus boasts superb road, rail and air links. It is just off Junction 10 of the M1, has a direct rail link to central London and is just three …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 16: Annual report of the Policy Network

Máire Messenger Davies University of Ulster There have been a number of events this year and our activities up to the end of September were reported more fully in the October issue of Three-D (see the website and email list MECCSA-POLICY@JISCMAIL.AC.UK). 19th March, 2010 Small group meeting with Jonathan Breckon, AHRC, and Simon Griffiths, British …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 16: MeCCSA CCES Network convenor’s report

Neil Gavin Liverpool University The Climate Change, Environment and Sustainability (CCES) network has organised a range of events since its launch. CCES launch symposium at UWE, Bristol There has been a well-attended launch symposium in December 2010 at UWE in Bristol (‘Mediating Climate Change in an Uncertain World). A wide range of delegates attended, including …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 16: Membership and Treasurer’s Report

Karen Ross University of Liverpool Despite the dire financial situation in which our sector finds itself, both institutions and individual scholars still value their MeCCSA membership and we have seen very little change in either membership category over the past few months. I would also like to take the opportunity to thank Sandra Harris who …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 16: Chair’s report

Sue Thornham University of Sussex This edition features the report on the 2011 conference, and some very buoyant reports from our networks and sections. Once again it’s terrific to see the expansion of MeCCSA activities and the health of the networks and conference which are so central to what we do. The climate in which …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 16

Three-D, issue 16 (PDF, 2.5 Mb) – Latest In this issue: 1 HE cuts: refuse, resist (Einar Thorsen) Features 2 What are we fighting for? (Michael Chanan) 4 Young people, protest and education (Lee Salter) 7 Student occupation against the cuts (Anthony Killick) 9 Funding crisis: the view from Scotland (Raymond Boyle) 11 Manifesto for the Public …Continue Reading

2012 MeCCSA Conference

11-13th January 2012 University of Bedfordshire Hosted by the Bedfordshire Institute for Media, Arts and Performance Website: https://www.beds.ac.uk/meccsa

Watching the Media – Censorship, Limits and Control in Creative Practice

15 April 2011, 9.30am-5pm The Media Department, Edge Hill University and MECCSA (Practice Section) will undertake a one day research symposium, investigating the role of censorship in media creative practice. The symposium aims to produce a framework for understanding the limits of contemporary practice in Britain and elsewhere and offer the industry and governmental bodies …Continue Reading

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