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Professor Natalie Fenton

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Publications in print and preparation

  • Natalie Fenton (forthcoming) ‘The Politics and Possibilities of Media Reform’ with Des Freedman in T.Miller (ed.) Routledge Companion to Popular Culture. London: Routledge
  • Natalie Fenton (forthcoming) ‘Defending Whose Democracy? Media Freedom and Media Power’ Nordicom Review
  • Natalie Fenton (in preparation) New Media and Radical Politics, London: Polity.
  • Natalie Fenton “Foreword’ (2013) Alec Charles (ed.) Media and Democracy: A Comparative Study. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Natalie Fenton (2013) ‘Cosmopolitanism as conformity and contestation: the mainstream press and radical politics.’ Journalism Studies vol. 14 No.2
  • Natalie Fenton (2013) ‘News Journalism, New Media, Democracy and the Public Interest’ Medienjournal, 3:19-38
  • Natalie Fenton (forthcoming) ‘The Politics and Possibilities of Media Reform’ with Des Freedman in T.Miller (ed.) Routledge Companion to Popular Culture. London: Routledge
  • Natalie Fenton (forthcoming) ‘Defending Whose Democracy? Media Freedom and Media Power’ Nordicom Review
  • Natalie Fenton (in preparation) New Media and Radical Politics, London: Polity.
  • Natalie Fenton “Foreword’ (2013) Alec Charles (ed.) Media and Democracy: A Comparative Study. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Natalie Fenton (2013) ‘Cosmopolitanism as conformity and contestation: the mainstream press and radical politics.’ Journalism Studies vol. 14 No.2
  • Natalie Fenton (2013) ‘News Journalism, New Media, Democracy and the Public Interest’ Medienjournal, 3:19-38
  • Natalie Fenton (forthcoming) ‘The Politics and Possibilities of Media Reform’ with Des Freedman in T.Miller (ed.) Routledge Companion to Popular Culture. London: Routledge
  • Natalie Fenton (forthcoming) ‘Defending Whose Democracy? Media Freedom and Media Power’ Nordicom Review
  • Natalie Fenton (in preparation) New Media and Radical Politics, London: Polity.
  • Natalie Fenton “Foreword’ (2013) Alec Charles (ed.) Media and Democracy: A Comparative Study. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Natalie Fenton (2013) ‘Cosmopolitanism as conformity and contestation: the mainstream press and radical politics.’ Journalism Studies vol. 14 No.2
  • Natalie Fenton (2013) ‘News Journalism, New Media, Democracy and the Public Interest’ Medienjournal, 3:19-38,
  • Natalie Fenton (forthcoming) ‘The Politics and Possibilities of Media Reform’ with Des Freedman in T.Miller (ed.) Routledge Companion to Popular Culture. London: Routledge
  • Natalie Fenton (forthcoming) ‘Defending Whose Democracy? Media Freedom and Media Power’ Nordicom Review
  • Natalie Fenton (in preparation) New Media and Radical Politics, London: Polity.
  • Natalie Fenton “Foreword’ (2013) Alec Charles (ed.) Media and Democracy: A Comparative Study. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Natalie Fenton (2013) ‘Cosmopolitanism as conformity and contestation: the mainstream press and radical politics.’ Journalism Studies vol. 14 No.2
  • Natalie Fenton (2013) ‘News Journalism, New Media, Democracy and the Public Interest’ Medienjournal, 3:19-38.
  • Natalie Fenton (March, 2010) Protecting the News: Civil Society and the Media  (with Tamara Witschge and Des Freedman) published by Carnegie Trust UK, London.
  • Natalie Fenton(August 2010)Meeting the News Needs of Local Communities  (with Monika Metykova, Justin Schlosberg and Des Freedman) published by the Media Trust: London
  • Natalie Fenton (in preparation) ‘The internet and Social networking in context.’ Chapter in J. Curran, D. Freedman and N.Fenton, Misunderstanding the Internet, London: Routledge
  • Natalie Fenton (in preparation) ‘Culture and Politics in an online world’ Chapter in J. Curran, D. Freedman and N.Fenton, Misunderstanding the Internet, London: Routledge
  • Natalie Fenton (in preparation) New Media and Radical Politics, London: Polity.
  • Natalie Fenton (in preparation) ‘'Online journalism - the de-democratisation of the News?' (to be submitted April 2011) in E. Siapera, Handbook of Online Journalism, London: Blackwells
  • Natalie Fenton (forthcoming, 2011) ‘Deregulation or democracy? New Media, News, Neo-liberalism and the Public Interest’ special issue on Creative Imagination: a post neo-liberal order in media and communication regulation? Continuum: The Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Jan 2011
  • Natalie Fenton‘The Futures of the News: digital dreams and harsh realities’ (February, 2010) Red Pepper
  • Natalie Fenton (in print) ‘Multiplicity, autonomy and the mediated politics of new social movements’ in L. Dahlberg and S.Phelan (eds.) (in print, 2011) Discourse Theory and Media Politics, Palgrave.
  • Natalie Fenton‘Alternative Media and Social Networking Sites: the Politics of Individuation and Political Participation’ (with Veronica Barassi) Communication Review(in print)
  • Natalie Fenton‘Cosmopolitan Solidarity and the mediation of political identities: New media, alternative journalism and the politics of new social movements.’ Journalism Review (special issue, submission July 2011) 
  • Natalie Fenton‘New Media, Journalism and Democracy: Figments of a Neo-Liberal Imagination?’ Media & Jornalismo, 9 (2), 2010 
  • Natalie Fenton (2009) ‘Cloning the News: NGOs, New Media and the News’, Annenberg and Nieman Journalism Lab, Harvard University Online Article Series (http://www.niemanlab.org/ngo/)
  • Natalie Fenton (17 November, 2009) ‘The Future of the News’  openDemocracy. Available at: http://www.opendemocracy.net/natalie-fenton/future-of-media
  • Natalie Fenton and Tamara Witschge (2009), ‘Comment is free, facts are sacred: Journalistic ethics in a changing mediascape’ in Graham Miekle and Guy Redden (eds) (2009) ,  OnLine News and Journalism, London:Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Natalie Fenton (ed.) (2009), New Media, Old News: Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age (ed.) (2009) London: Sage.
  • Natalie Fenton (2009), ‘Drowning or waving? New media, journalism and democracy’ in N Fenton (ed.) New Media, Old News: Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age (ed.) (2009) London: Sage.
  • Natalie Fenton (2009) ‘NGOs, New Media and the Mainstream News: News from everywhere’ in N Fenton (ed.) New Media, Old News: Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age, London: Sage
  • Natalie Fenton (2009), ‘Re-imagining democracy: new media, young people, participation and politics’ in P. Dahlgren and T. Olson (eds.) Young Citizens, ICT’s and Democracy, Nordicom Press
  • Natalie Fenton (2009), ‘New Media, Politics and Resistance’, in J. Downing and M. Pajnik (eds.) Alternative Media and New Public Settings, Ljubljana: The Peace Institute.
  • Natalie Fenton (2009), ‘News in the Digital Age’ in Stuart Allen (ed) (2009) The Routledge Companion to News and Journalism Studies, London: Routledge
  • ‘My Media Studies: Getting Political in a Global Digital Age’ (2009)  Television and New Media 10 (1):55-57
  • Natalie Fenton (2008) ‘Mediating Hope: New Media, Politics and Resistance’ International Journal of Cultural Studies Vol. 11, No. 2, 230-248.
  • ‘Mediating Solidarity’ Global Media and Communication (2008)  Vol. 4, No. 1: 37-57  (Refereed output)

 

Submissions

  • Leverhulme news team, submission to Ofcom Public Interest Test on News Corporation's and BSkyB, November 2010
  • Natalie Fenton (with Curran, James and Freedman, Des), submission to the BBC Trust in relation to the BBC Strategy Review consultation, May 2010
  • Natalie Fenton (with Couldry, Nick, Curran, James and Freedman, Des), submission to DCMS on the IFNC pilots, February 2010.

 

Public Presentations undertaken and planned

  • Natalie Fenton Invited speaker – (January 2011) Westminster Media Forum – ‘Local News, Local Democracy’
  • Natalie Fenton (Dec. 2010) British Academy symposium, ‘The News needs of Local Communities’.
  • Natalie Fenton (Nov. 2010), Invited speaker, Reuters Institute Book Launch Seminar, Ofcom, London
  • Natalie Fenton (Nov. 2010), Invited speaker , ‘New Media, Journalism and Democracy: Figments of a Neoliberal Imagination?’ Cambridge CRASH symposium
  • Natalie Fenton(Nov. 2010) , Invited panellist, Local TV Conference, City University
  • Natalie Fenton, (Nov. 2010) Invited interviewer of Dan Hind at Book Launch, Kings Place, London
  • Natalie Fenton,  (October 2010) ‘Social Networking, Political Citizenship and Democracy‘ Ecrea, Hamburg
  • Natalie Fenton, Invited speaker, Ofcom (October 2010)
  • Natalie Fenton Invited Keynote (November 2010) ‘New Media, Journalism and Democracy’, Dept. Ciências da Comunicação, FCSH-UNL, Portugal
  • Natalie Fenton Invited plenary – (October 2010) Battle of Ideas, London: ‘The Future of the News’
  • Natalie Fenton (September 2010) Invited Speaker, The Future of Journalism, London Met Launch of International journalism MA.
  • Natalie Fenton ‘New Media, Social Change, and Counter Rationality’ IAMCR July 2010, Braga
  • Natalie Fenton Invited speaker – (July 2010) CPBF AGM, London – ‘Policy Issues in News and Journalism’ Portugal
  • Natalie Fenton (July, 2010) ‘Alternative Media and Social Networking Sites: the Politics of Individuation and Political Participation.’ With Veronica Barassi, IAMCR 2010 Braga, Portugal
  • Natalie Fenton, Invited speaker LSE PhD seminar series April 2009, ‘The Politics of Being and Being Political’
  • Natalie Fenton, Invited speaker May 2009, National University of Ireland at Maynooth: ‘New Media, Politics and Resistance’
  • Natalie Fenton and Nick Couldry, Invited plenary September 2009, International Conference on Audiences, Westminster University ‘From Consumer/Producers to Actual Politics? Social Media and the Practice of Democracy’
  • Natalie Fenton, Invited plenary October 2009, Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom ‘Protecting and Campaigning for a high quality and diverse media’
  • Natalie Fenton, Invited lecture, SOAS, November 2009, ‘Up-close and Political: Social Networking Sites in Context’.
  • Natalie Fenton, Invited panellist  December, 2009, The Idea of Cosmopolitanism: Interdisciplinary Dialogues Conference,  Utrecht
  • Natalie Fenton, January, 2009, Invited speaker Westminster Research Forum ‘New Media, Old News: Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age’
  • Natalie Fenton, November 2008, ‘New Media, Old News: Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age ECREA, Barcelona 2008
  • Natalie Fenton, November 2008, ‘New Media, Old News: Journalism and Democracy in the Digital Age’, News and new media industry seminar, British Academy, London
  • Natalie Fenton, November 2008, ‘Drowning or Waving? New Media, Journalism and Democracy’, Invited speaker Cambridge University Sociology Seminar Series.
  • Natalie Fenton, November 2008, ‘News Cloning: NGOs, new media and the news’, Invited speaker LSE Symposium on Humanitarian Communication
  • Natalie Fenton, November 2008 (invited Keynote speaker), ‘Being Political and the Politics of Being’ The Wahlgren Symposium on Media, Democracy, and Globalization, Lund University, Sweden.
  • Natalie Fenton, September 2008, Invited respondent in plenary at LSE conference, London
  • Natalie Fenton, September 2008 ‘The Politics of Being and Being Political’ LSE Conference, London
  • Natalie Fenton, May, 2008, Invited Panel respondent in the Journalism Section of ICA, Montreal.
  • Natalie Fenton, May 2008 ‘New Politics, New Publics?’International Communications Association (ICA), Montreal.
  • Natalie Fenton, May 2008 ‘New Media and the News: Understanding Contemporary Journalism’ International Communications Association (ICA), Montreal.
  • Natalie Fenton, February 2008 (Invited participant)  OpenDemocracy/MacArthur foundation/POLIS seminar on Credibility in the New News, LSE
  • Natalie Fenton, January 2008, invited panelist on ‘Future of Journalism’ panel, Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA) Conference, Cardiff.
  • Natalie Fenton, November 2007, ‘News, New Media and the Internet’ Television News, Politics and Young People Conference, National Film Theatre, London (invited panelist)
  • Natalie Fenton, November 2007, ‘Making Sense of Making News: Journalism and Democracy’ Goldsmiths Media Research Programme Annual Symposium: Spaces of the News, Goldsmiths, London.
  • Natalie Fenton, September 2007, ‘New Media, Newspapers and Democracy: Key Debates and Issues’ Cardiff University ‘Future of Newspapers’ Conference.
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