The British Film Institute’s plans for the BFI National Library have drawn comment from MeCCSA. MeCCSA ‘s concerns include how the BFI National Library – and its sister BFI department, the National Film and Television Archive – should be maintained and should develop. Our comments include a call for a symposium on a national strategy for moving image heritage, to consider this as a long-term issue that requires a firm vision and considered action.
- CFP MeCCSA PGN Conference 2019
- Three-D Issue 31
- MeCCSA response to political interference in Australia’s research grant process
- Three-D Issue 30
- MeCCSA statement on USS pension dispute between UCU and UUK
- Publication Announcement | New Media Archaeologies | Amsterdam University Press
- CFP Infrastructures and Inequalities Conference, Helsinki, Oct 2019
- Tomorrow: Evan Fowler - From Colonialism to Authoritarianism, 2pm, De Montfort University, Clephan Building, 1.16
- In Media Res - Female Ensemble Media
- Dave Morley: Communication and Mobility: The Migrant, the Mobile Phone and the Container Box
MeCCSA is the subject association for the field of media, communication and cultural studies in UK Higher Education. Visit our About MeCCSA page for more information.