Three-D Issue 24: Women’s Media Studies Network report

Milly Williamson Brunel University     I would like to begin this report by saying a very fond farewell to Ros Brunt, who has decided to stand down from the steering committee of the WMSN. It is largely because of Ros’ efforts that the thriving network exists today. She is the key founding member of …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 24: Race, Ethnicity and Postcolonial Network (REaPN)

Rinella Cere Sheffield Hallam University       The Race, Ethnicity and Postcolonial Network (REaPN) is the renamed Race Network which has been inactive since 2012. The Network’s new name reflects the new brief, which is to incorporate a wider agenda about representations of race and ethnicity in the media in the context of postcolonial …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 24: News from the network

Joanna Callaghan University of Sussex  The Practice network is delighted to announce that Inga Burrows has taken on the role of Vice Chair. Inga Burrows is a Senior Lecturer in Arts and Media at Cardiff School of Creative and Cultural Industries. She is a practicing artist and filmmaker, she specializes in teaching fiction filmmaking and …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 24: Disability Studies Network

Carrie Hodges Bournemouth University     The MeCCSA Disability Studies Network was first established in 2011 to support and promote the development of the research and teaching of Disability Studies within Media, Communication and Cultural Studies and to provide a space to support and promote the work of disabled academics, lecturers, researchers and media practitioners …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 24: Networking Knowledge: the Journal of MeCCSA PGN Recent announcements and new initiatives

Simon Dawes Université Paul Valéry – Montpellier 3 Networking Knowledge – the Journal of the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network – is currently seeking expressions of interest from prospective editors, authors and peer-reviewers. Set up in 2007 to provide a publication venue for selected papers from the network’s annual conferences, it has, since 2011, also published guest-edited …Continue Reading

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