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Three-D Issue 35: Social Movements Network

Ruth Sanz SabidoCanterbury Christ Church Uni We are pleased to announce details of two upcoming events that are being organised by the MeCCSA Social Movements Network in 2021. On 8 March, we will deliver an online seminar to mark International Women’s Day. The event, which is facilitated by the Documentary Media Centre, will feature the …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 31: Shared Solidarities: Galvanizing the Women’s Movement

Rosalind Brunt Sheffield Hallam University Galvanizing the Women’s Movement was the title of the fourth annual event in our Shared Solidarities series. Held at Sheffield Hallam University in September, it followed the now-established pattern of bringing together campaigners and academics – who are also usually activists of some kind – to reflect on both theory …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 29: Social Movements Network report

Rosalind Brunt Sheffield Hallam University In September the Network ran its third ‘Shared Solidarities’ event, hosted at Sheffield Hallam University. It was co-sponsored by the Environmental Network with the theme of Framing Catastrophe. The event’s aim was to consider two potentially catastrophic events, nuclear war and climate change – asking why they were not absolutely central …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 28: Framing Catastrophe: Shared Solidarities no 3

Rosalind BruntSheffield Hallam University A date for your diaries: Sheffield Hallam University, Thursday 7 September, 2017. This will be an all-day event: Framing Catastrophe: Shared Solidarities no 3. It is organised jointly by the Social Movements and Climate Change Networks of MeCCSA. As with the previous two events, Shared Solidarities 3 will have a workshop/seminar …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: Spain’s Civil War 80 years later

Ruth Sanz Sabido Canterbury Christ Church University The MeCCSA Social Movements Network and the Centre for Research on Communities and Cultures (Canterbury Christ Church University) organised the IAMCR Pre-Conference ‘Spain’s Civil War 80 years later: The wound that will not heal?’ on 18 and 19 July 2016. The event marked the eightieth anniversary of the …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 27: Game Design goes Corporate Watching

Anna Feigenbaum Bournemouth University On 4th May 2016, in collaboration with Corporate Watch, Dr. Anna Feigenbaum and Phil Wilkinson hosted a serious games event in partnership with Photini Vrikki and King’s College London’s Centre for Digital Culture. Our interactive game design workshop, supported by the Political Studies Association and MeCCSA Social Movement Network, brought together designers, …Continue Reading

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