PhD student Jane CoomberSewell will be looking at the representation of World War 2 in the work of Joyce Grenfell and her private writings.
PhD candidates Nick Furze, Emma Graves and Aurora Patera in the School of Media Art and Design are organising this year’s MeCSSA conference at Canterbury Christ Church University on the theme of Media, Communities, Cultures.
Dr Andy Birtwistle, Reader in Film and Sound is to present an audio-visual extravaganza.
We are pleased to announce the 2018 performance lectures, given by members of staff from the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
The Centre for Research on Communities and Cultures is holding a public event on 25 January to explore the state of local news.
The event starting at 3pm Canterbury Christ Church University’s Canterbury campus, Powell Building, has been organised by academics from Christ Church’s School of Media, Art and Design.
16 December 2017 sees the centenary of the birth of science-fiction writer and science populariser Arthur C. Clarke. Last weekend, scholars and critics came from around the world to reflect upon his work at a conference organised by Dr Andrew M. Butler (Canterbury Christ Church University) and Dr Paul March-Russell (University of Kent).
In our latest research seminar, Ken Fox and Jane Lovell of CCCU will be exploring the desert in Breaking Bad.
Senior Lecturer in Digital Media, Dr Tim Long, is presenting a research seminar on schizophrenia and creativity.
Senior lecturer James Frost will be discussing his PhD research on Animal Disguise.
Rob Ball and Karen Shepherdson will be presenting work made by themselves and others as part of the celebrations of eighty years of Walpole Bay Tidal Pool.
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