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

Women, Politics, News – Same old, same old?

WMSN Seminar on 9th June 2011 Organiser: Professor Karen Ross Hosted by the MeCCSA Women’s Media Studies Network and Media and Politics Research Group (Department of Communication and Media Liverpool University) at Rendall Theatre Workshop (1st Floor Rendall Building) on Thursday, 9 June 2011, 1.30pm-4.15pm. All welcome. PROGRAMME 1.30pm: networking lunch (BYO) 2.15 – 2.45: …Continue Reading

Media and Mothers’ Matters

Friday 21 October 2011 1-5pm The Boardroom, University of WinchesterHosted by: Women’s Media Studies Network School of Media and Film Studies, University of Winchester This half-day round table conference is a participatory space for parties with an interest in media and women’s issues. It is supported by MeCCSA Women’s Media Studies Network and the Mothers’ …Continue Reading

Mediating Women, War and Terror

WOMEN’S MEDIA STUDIES NETWORK 10TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT Monday 12 September 2011, 1- 6pm. This event is happening exactly ten years to the day since the inauguration of the Women’s Media Studies Network at Derby University. It is jointly sponsored by MeCCSA and the Media Discourse Group at De Montfort University. The event examines the media …Continue Reading

WMSC Co-ordinating Committee

Profiles of the members of the Coordinating Committee, MeCCSA Women’s Media Studies Network. Milly Williamson WMSN Chair Milly Williamson is a Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies at BrunelUniversity. She has conducted research into television and film fancultures, horror and gender. She is the author of TheLure of the Vampire: gender, fiction and fandom from Bram Stoker toBuffy (2005), …Continue Reading

Women’s Media Studies Network contact details

(WMSN Chair, MeCCSA Executive) Milly Williamson Brunel University milly.williamson@brunel.ac.uk (WMSN Communications, MeCCSA Executive) Anita Biressi Roehampton University a.biressi@roehampton.ac.uk (MeCCSA Executive) Heather Nunn Roehampton University h.nunn@roehampton.ac.uk Rosalind Brunt Sheffield Hallam University Kaitlynn Mendes University of Nottingham kmendes@dmu.ac.uk Margaret Montgomerie De Montfort University Karen Ross Northumbria University karen.ross@northumbria.ac.uk

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

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