Mediated Climate Change in an Uncertain World

The ‘Mediated Climate Change in an Uncertain World’ event is part of a set of launch initiatives associated with the Climate Change, Sustainability and Environment Network (CCES). We will also have a panel at the forthcoming MeCCSA conference at Salford University, Manchester in January 2001, and are planning a symposium at Bournemouth University on 4th …Continue Reading

Mediating Environmental Change: Exploring The Way Forward

Call for Papers The Mediating Environmental Change symposium will facilitate a debate on emerging and established forms and practices of environmental reporting – including climate change, conservation and sustainability. We aim to provide a lively discussion forum evolving around pertinent issues arising from a series of panels and keynote speakers. You are invited to express …Continue Reading

2011 MeCCSA PGN Conference – Save the Date!

The 2011 MeCCSA Postgraduate Network Conference will be held on the 4th and 5th of July at Bournemouth University. Click here for flyer/save the date. To reserve your place, either e-mail meccsa-pgn2011@bournemouth.ac.uk  or book online at www.bournemouth.ac.uk/meccsa

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

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.

My brilliant career? Women in the academy: a symposium and networking event

The Women’s Media Studies Network is pleased to announce a one day event addressing the experiences, aspirations and concerns of women working in higher education in media, cultural studies and the humanities. This invites scholars who situate their research within a feminist framework to consider the organisational and personal/social impediments to institutional and intellectual recognition …Continue Reading

Postgraduate Network call for 2011 conference

  The MeCCSA Postgraduate Network (PGN) seeks applicants from post-graduate students interested in hosting the 2011 annual postgraduate conference. Successful candidates will receive also financial support (£3000) support from the Higher Education Academy – Subject Centre for Art, Design and Media (ADM-HEA). They are also encouraged to apply for AHRC funding for additional funds and …Continue Reading

Report of Policy Network Meeting, London, 26 June 2009

Report by Máire Messenger Davies , MeCCSA Policy Network Co-ordinator 28 people attended this meeting, from universities all over the country. The meeting, including lunch and refreshments, was hosted by the School of Journalism at City, organised by Ivor Gaber and Howard Tumber – many thanks to them; the Dean of Arts and Social Sciences …Continue Reading

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