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

COVID-19 and MeCCSA Annual Conferences in 2021 and 2022

Dear Colleagues,  It is with great regret to announce that we will not be holding MECCSA 2021 in Aberdeen on the premises of Robert Gordon University in January 2021, as was planned. We have made this difficult decision because of the likely longer term uncertainties and impacts of Covid-19, and the social distancing measures that …Continue Reading

MeCCSA 2021 save the date and planning update

Sarah Pedersen Planning continues for the 2021 MeCCSA conference, to be held at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland, from 6th to 8th January 2021. Media, journalism and communication have been taught at RGU for over twenty years and we now sit within the School of Creative and Cultural Business, established in 2016. The School’s wider portfolio includes …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 33: Media Interactions and Environments

Ewan Kirkland & Julie DoyleUniversity of Brighton The MeCCSA 2020 Brighton conference planning team have been hard at work with the plans for the conference in January and are pleased to share some updates with everyone. The registration site launched back at the end of September and we’ve had a fantastic response, with around 160 …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 32: MeCCSA Conference 2021: Snap Return to Scotland

Sarah Pedersen & Rita MarcellaRobert Gordon University, Aberdeen The 2021 MeCCSA conference will be held Wednesday 8th January to Friday 10th January 2021 at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. The RGU campus is based to the south of the city in Garthdee, on the banks of the River Dee, with superb views down the river and …Continue Reading

CFP MeCCSA PGN Conference 2019

July 1-2, 2019, Bangor University ‘Delivery technologies become obsolete and get replaced; media, on the other hand, evolve.’ –Henry Jenkins (2006: 13) The changes that have taken place within any aspect of media over the last several decades have been immense; some areas of the field are all but unrecognisable following such drastic adaptations and alterations. …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 31: MeCCSA 2020: Media Interactions and Environments

Ewan Kirkland & Julie Doyle University of Brighton The University of Brighton’s School of Media is delighted to have been chosen to host the MeCCSA annual conference from 8-10th January 2020. The School comprises a broad spectrum of media and communication subjects, from photography and film studies, to television production and sound arts, to digital games and …Continue Reading

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