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

MeCCSA Postgraduate Network Call for Nominations 2020

The MeCCSA Postgraduate Network is calling for nominations from postgraduate students interested in joining our Committee for the period of September 2020 to September 2021. About the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network Committee The aim of the Postgraduate Network is to bring together postgraduate students in media, communication and cultural studies from different intellectual traditions and cultural …Continue Reading

MeCCSA Postgraduate Network Conference Postponed Until September 2021

We are disappointed to announce that the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network Annual 2020 conference at the University of Brighton in September has been postponed due to Covid-19. The organising team at Brighton have been working hard to facilitate an engaging and stimulating conference programme and we are pleased to say they will still be hosting the …Continue Reading

Call for Hosts: MeCCSA PGN 2021 Conference

The MeCCSA Postgraduate Network is calling for hosts for its 2021 Annual Conference. The aim of the Postgraduate Network (MeCCSA PGN) is to bring together postgraduate students in media, communication and cultural studies from different intellectual traditions and cultural backgrounds in order to form networks for research, teaching and learning, as well as ensure peer …Continue Reading

Call for Papers: MeCCSA Postgraduate Network 2020 Conference

University of Brighton, 10-11 September 2020 Conference Theme: Mediating Place: Memory, Culture and Experience The MeCCSA Postgraduate Network is pleased to invite postgraduate researchers to attend our upcoming annual conference at the University of Brighton on 10th and 11th September 2020. The theme of the conference is Mediating Place: Memory, Culture and Experience. However, the …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 33: Reviewing 2019 and planning for the year ahead

Emma Kaylee GravesCanterbury Christ Church University MeCCSA’s Postgraduate Network continued to engage with the postgraduate community throughout 2019. Annual Conference Our annual conference was held at Bangor University on 1-2 July 2019 with the theme of “Evolution”. The conference saw several paper presentations on topics ranging from journalism and broadcasting to media production, ethics and …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 33: Women’s Network updates

Beth JohnsonLeeds University The MeCCSA Women’s Network contributed funding to two excellent events last month. ‘The Cultural Politics of Meghan Markle Symposium’ took place on 15th November at Conway Hall, London. The symposium set out to exchange ideas and develop ideas for the authors taking part in two special issues on the cultural politics of …Continue Reading

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