The organisers of the joint MeCCSA-PGN – King’s College London Conference are pleased to announce this year’s call for contributions. This is an in-person conference, the first in-person conference we will be having since 2019. The conference will take place at King’s College London, and the specific room location will be announced shortly. *NEW DATE* …Continue Reading
The Postgraduate Network of the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA-PGN) is inviting application bids for the hosting of the PGN’s Annual Conference in 2023. We expect the 2023 Conference to be held in-person, but allowance should be made for a virtual or blended Conference. Conference bids should be sent to the Chair of …Continue Reading
The Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA) Postgraduate Network Committee wishes to recruit a new member to join us in the role of Associate Editor of our postgraduate journal Networking Knowledge. About Us Networking Knowledge provides a platform for postgraduate and early career researchers to publish work and to gain experience in the peer …Continue Reading
The conference schedule for the 2021 MeCCSA-PGN Conference has been released. Please find the link to it below.
You can now register to attend the 2021 MeCCSA-PGN conference to be hosted by the University of Brighton. The conference, which will take place on the 9th and 10th September 2021, will be fully virtual. After registering, links to the conference will be sent to your email address. Please find here the registration link. Don’t …Continue Reading
We all know today is “freedom day”, but we at MeCCSA-PGN are still cautious about holding large events in-person. After meeting with the organising team at the University of Brighton, the PGN Committee has decided that the 2021 conference will be fully virtual. All those who will be presenting and attending should please take note. Meeting links and …Continue Reading
We held the workshop on Academic Publishing today. Thanks to the Film Department at the University of Southampton for hosting. We also thank Prof Tim Bergfelder and Dr Shelley Cobb for leading the workshop. The event was recorded and the link can be found here. Thank you.
We held the first 2021 workshop on Archival Research event today. Thanks to the Film Department at the University of Southampton for hosting. We also thank Prof Michael Williams, Zoe Burgess and Prof Kevin Donnelly for their presentations. The event was recorded and the link can be found here. Thank you.
We at the Postgraduate Network of the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA-PGN) invite you to attend our 2021 training event, run by The Film department at the University of Southampton. This year, we have two training workshops aimed at equipping postgraduate and early career researchers with academic research skills and providing overall professional development. Researchers …Continue Reading
Einar ThorsenBournemouth University In his first speech as Prime Minister, Boris Johnson delivered a rallying cry for Brexit – claiming “the doubters, the doomsters, the gloomsters – they are going to get it wrong again”, and that we should now rejoice as “we level up across Britain”. There was much to celebrate about “the awesome …Continue Reading