Annual General Meeting 2015

Northumbria University,  January 8th 2015 AGENDA 1. Apologies 2. Minutes of 2014 AGM 3. Matters arising 4. Chair’s Report 5. Treasurer’s Report 6. Reports from Sub-Committees 6.1  Association Activities Sub-Committee 6.2  Administration and Communication Sub-Committee 6.3  Academic Development Sub-Committee 7. Report on Networks 8. Report on election for Executive Committee 8.1.  EC for 2015 8.2.  To …Continue Reading

Notice of MeCCSA AGM 2015

Members are hereby notified that the AGM of the Association will take place at the Annual Conference at Northumbria University, on January 8th. 2015 at 4.45.   For further details please see the Conference Programme.  In addition to the normal AGM business there will be a discussion with Prof. Chris Rojek on academic publishing and open …Continue Reading

Call for Papers: MeCCSA 2015 Conference

7-9 JANUARY 2015 NORTHUMBRIA UNIVERSITY THEME: GENERATIONS DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: 1 SEPTEMBER 2014 EXTENDED DEADLINE FOR PROPOSALS: closed (22 SEPTEMBER 2014) Colleagues – we are pleased to invite you to submit abstracts, panel proposals and posters for the 2015 MeCCSA conference which is being hosted by Northumbria University (Newcastle upon Tyne). The conference theme is …Continue Reading

‘Media studies: where are we now?’

Sonia Livingstone LSE Keynote address to the MeCCSA conference in Bournemouth 2014. Please use the comment section below if you would like to contribute to the debate or submit an article to the next issue of Three-D. You can also read the discussion on the MeCCSA list. There’s no one answer to the question, ‘Where are we now?’ Indeed, the first act of any media …Continue Reading

MeCCSA 2014 Conference Highlights

Many thanks to everyone who participated in the MeCCSA 2014 conference! Check out our live blog to see highlights from the conference as it unfolded, or visit us on Twitter via @MeCCSA2014 & #MeCCSA2014 and on Facebook. Our conference programme and book of abstracts are still available. Update: The full text of Sonia Livingstone’s keynote address, ‘Media studies: where are we now?’  is now online. Conference stats Abstracts …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 21: MeCCSA 2014: Media and the Margins

Dan Jackson Bournemouth University Preparations for MeCCSA 2014 continue apace. We are delighted with the response to our call for papers. We received 324 abstracts including 17 panel proposals; second only to the 2010 LSE MeCCSA conference in terms of the volume of proposals received for a MeCCSA annual conference. In line with MeCCSA’s ethos …Continue Reading

CFP for PGN Panels at MeCCSA 2014 Annual Conference

CFP for PGN Panels at MeCCSA 2014 Annual Conference Dear Postgraduate Network, The MeCCSA Annual Conference this year will take place on 8th – 10th January 2014 at Bournemouth University. The theme for the conference is ‘Media and the Margins’ and we are keen to have a Postgraduate Network presence. We welcome contributions to …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 20: Conference Report, Derry 2013

Conference Report, Derry 2013 Magee Campus, University of Ulster, 9-11 January, 2013 Attendance 151 people registered via Eventbrite, most giving papers. 72 of these delegates also paid to attend the Gala dinner. A further 20 University of Ulster staff and students attended the conference who were helping with the conference. 6 UU people attended …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 20: Great conference and lovely time in Derry

Máire Messenger Davies University of Ulster When, in 2011, we at the University of Ulster’s School of Media, Film and Journalism, decided to bid for the annual MeCCSA conference to take place on the University of Ulster’s Derry/Londonderry campus in 2013, a big plus point was that it would coincide with the beginning of Derry’s …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 20: MeCCSA 2014: Media and the Margins

Dan Jackson & Einar Thorsen Bournemouth University Whilst it feels like we have barely emerged from the same winter that contained the MeCCSA 2013 conference held in Derry, we can report that preparations for the next Annual Conference are in full swing. The organising committee have been confirming keynotes, designing websites, negotiating hotel deals and …Continue Reading

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