Martin Barker

Martin Barker is currently Professor of Film and Television Studies at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth. He was a Reader in Media Studies at the University of Sussex and formerly held the post of Head of School of Cultural Studies at the University of the West of England. He has been involved in various roles …Continue Reading

John Storey


Climate Change Network The aim of the Climate Change Network is to strengthen the ability of MeCCSA and its members to respond to and lead the worldwide academic contribution to understanding media, communication and cultural studies where they meet issues of climate change, environment and sustainable development; it will do this by continually encourage MeCCSA …Continue Reading

Application by post

Alternatively, download, fill in and send the printable membership form: MeCCSA membership application form 2008 (Word document, 72k) MeCCSA membership application form 2008 (PDF document, 72k)


Discussion list  MeCCSA operates a discussion and information list through the JISCmail system. This list is free to join and provides a forum for the exchange of information on conferences, seminars, journals, jobs and events. FAQs Further information about media degrees and courses in media studies . Links Further information about relevant research, teaching and …Continue Reading

Peter Goodwin

Peter Goodwin is Course Director BA Media Studies, University of Westminster since 1997 (started teaching full-time at Westminster 1994). He is author of television Under the Tories: Broadcasting Policy 1979 – 1997. Teaching specialisms: media economics, media policy and media and politics. Current research: impact of internet on traditional media industries. Previous occupations: freelance journalist …Continue Reading

Institutional members O – Z

This online membership list is updated approximately monthly. Last update: 18 May 2011. In case of errors or omissions, please email the membership secretary, Sandra Harris. Principal contacts listed in bold. The Open University Dr Hugh Mackay Dr Peter Redman Dr Alban Webb Dr Mark Banks Professor Marie Gillespie Dr …Continue Reading

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