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Media, Power & Revolution: Making the 21st Century

2, 3, 4 April 2012

Senate House, London

See the full Programme_Final(Web)Watch coverage by VisionOntb of Media, Power & Revolution.

Joint Symposium 2010

27-28 November 2010

'Mediatizing Public Space', 27 November 2010

'Mediating Practices: Design, Politics and their Publics', 28 November 2010

Symposium 2009

28 November 2009

More information about Symposium 2009: 'Media, Diversity and Cosmopolitanism in Europe'

Sherif Azma presents at Goldsmiths

24 November 2009

Sherif%20EL-Azma presents at Goldsmiths, MRB Screen 2, 5-7pm

Seminar and Book Launch: A Media Manifesto for the Digital Age

6 November 2009

More Information About A Media Manifesto for the Digital Age

Find the speech by Jeremy Dear on Jeremy Dear's blog.

MakeBelieve exhibition

19 - 27 September 2009

More about the 'MakeBelieve' exhibition orgainised by the Design Team

Screen project

7 July 2009

Rachel Moore and Janet Harbord gave a paper at the University of Paris 3-Sorbonne Nouvelle's Institute of Research on the the Cinema and Audiovisual.

Metadata Presentation

26 June 2009

More about the Metadata Presentation

Goetz Bachmann presents at "Ends of Television conference", Amsterdam

Spaces of the News project

May/June 2009
Papers and presentations: James Curran at the ICA conference, Chicago. Monday

Public lecture on Cinematic Gestures

27 April 2009
Dr. Pasi Valiaho
Organised by Public Screens Research Group.
Find out more about Cinematic Gestures

Changing Journalism for Good or Ill?

Wednesday 25 March 2009
A Goldsmiths panel debate with leading figures from the world of print and broadcast journalism
Organised by Peter Lee wright, Project 'Space of the news'.

Dangerous Modulations: Grace Jones' Corporate Cannibal 

Monday 16 March 2009
Prof. Steven Shaviro, Wayne State University, Michigan
Organised by Public Screens Research Group.

New Media: Old News: Journalism and Democracy in a Digital Age Seminar

19 November 2008

British Academy: Reading Room
10 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AH

Drivers of Change in Media Industries

16 May 2008

Professor Robert Picard (Hamrin Professor of Media Economics, Director, Media Management and Transformation Centre, Jönköping International Business School, Jönköping University, Sweden)
"Drivers of Change in Media Industries"

The Suicide bomber as Aberrant Decoding

28 April 2008

Professor Ellen Seiter (Stephen K. Nenno Endowed Chair, Professor of Critical Studies, USC School of Cinematic Arts)
"The Suicide bomber as Aberrant Decoding: Viewing Arab Cinema with American and Trans-national Students"

Scale Effects or How to Track Global Digital Culture

24 April 2008

Professor Lev Manovich (Visual Arts, University of California, San Diego)
"Scale Effects, or How to Track Global Digital Culture"

The Permanent Campaign: New Media, New Labour

22 April 2008

Professor Greg Elmer (Bell Globemedia Research Chair and Director, Infoscape Research Lab, Ryerson University, Toronto)
"The Permanent Campaign: New Media, New Labour"

Inaugural Symposium

24 November 2007

More about the Inaugural Symposium: The Futures of the News

Television News, Young People and Politics

13 November 2007

Dr Lesley Henderson (Sociology and Communications, Brunel University),
Professor Julian Petley (Film and TV, Brunel University), and
Dr Mike Wayne (Film and TV, Brunel University)
Television News, Young People and Politics: Generations disconnected?

What is it like to work Media?

12 October 2007

Dr Mark Deuze
(Assistant Professor, Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University, and Professor of Journalism and New Media, Leiden University)
What is it like to work in the Media? Reports from the Frontlines of the Global Creative Industries

From Internet Research to e-Science and Back Again

3 October 2007

Professor Nicholas Jankowski
(Visiting Fellow, Virtual Knowledge Studio for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences)
From Internet Research to e-Science and Back Again

Georgina Henry

6 June 2007

Georgina Henry
(Editor of the Guardian comment pages and Comment is Free)

Journalism, the Internet and Media System Change

20 March 2007

Professor Daniel Hallin
(Department of Communication, University of California, San Diego)
Journalism, the Internet, and Media System Change
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