Three-D Issue 32: Renamed Women’s Network

Beth JohnsonLeeds University As ever, the MeCCSA Women’s Network has enjoyed an eventful year. In structural terms, our former chair, Milly Williamson, stood down after ten diligent years in post. The network has been deeply enhanced by Milly’s leadership and both the committee and our members are extremely grateful for her enthusiasm and dedication. 2020 …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 29: Women’s Media Studies Network

Milly Williamson Goldsmiths, University of London The MeCCSA Women’s Media Studies Network (WMSN), is an active network that hosts and funds events that relate to the issues of concern to women who teach and research in the broad area of Media Studies. Please do get involved – we always welcome new members. In 2016/17 WMSN …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 28: Women in the media industries: inputs and influences

Gamze ToylanDe Montfort University The aim of this event was to a) learn about professional roles and practices of a variety of professionals from a TV, film, radio and digital game design, and b) discuss how aspects such as age, ethnicity, parental status, informal recruitment practices, project based work conditions affect women’s inclusion in the …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 21: Women’s Media Studies Network events

Heather Nunn Roehampton University The WMSN was pleased to sponsor two panels last summer: Women, Media and Activism roundtable conducted at Console-ing Passions in June 2013. Our thanks go to panelists Lisa Howell, Karen Boyle, Katie Hind, Ganiyat Adenle, Angela Martin and to Kaitlynn Mendes as convenor. Women’s Cinema in Greece, in the Balkans, in …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 20: Women’s Media Studies Network roundtable event

Heather Nunn Roehampton University The WMSN recently collaborated with the MeCCSA Practice Network to support a one-day symposium on Female Authorship. The event was organised by Dr Sarah Neely, University of Stirling as part of the Glasgow Short Film Festival’s programme. Invited panelists to this stimulating event included filmmakers, academics, curators, artists and writers. A …Continue Reading

From Page to Screen: making and remembering women’s history

The Women’s Library Friday 26thOctober, 1-6pm Organised in support of The Women’s Library Campaign, this half-day event celebrates women’s history by exploring how it is made and remembered. Coinciding with The Women’s Library exhibition ‘The long march to equality – treasures of The Women’s Library’, this event asks how aspects of women’s history and ‘the …Continue Reading

Women’s Media Studies Network Report, AGM2013

Current Steering Group Anita Biressi, Ros Brunt, Margaret Montgomerie, Kaity Mendes, Heather Nunn (Chair), Karen Ross, Milly Williamson. Events in 2012 The WMSN MeCCSA conference event, 12 January 2012, Bedfordshire featured filmmaker Jan Dunn in conversation with Rona Murray (Lancaster University). Collaborative event : From Page to Screen: Making and Remembering Women’s History with Women’s Film and …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 19: Women’s Media Studies Network update

Heather Nunn Roehampton University The Women’s Media Studies Network is pleased to be collaborating with the Women’s Film and Television History Network on their most recent event From Page to Screen: Making and Remembering Women’s History. Vicky Ball, from the Centre for Research in Media and Cultural Studies, at the University of Sunderland organized this …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 18: Women’s Media Studies Network update

Heather Nunn Roehampton University As ever members of the WMSN have been busy networking, reaching out to new members and hosting lively and engaging events. Media and Mothers’ Matters On 21st October 2011 Oluyinka Esan organised ‘Media and Mothers’ Matters’ at Winchester University with a keynote by Dorothy Hobson, University of Wolverhampton. This was a …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 17: Mediating Women, War and Terror

Heather Nunn Roehampton University The Women’s Media Studies Network tenth anniversary event, which took place on 12th September, celebrated the on-going success of the network and recognised the diversity of events we have organised over the last ten years since we first met at Derby University. It was an opportunity to acknowledge the work of …Continue Reading

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