We are pleased to host the inaugural event of the Local and Community Media MeCCSA Network at Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury on Tuesday on the 30 April 2019.
Graham Birrell of the Faculty of Education will be exploring the interplay between film and schools, in the latest of our School of Media Art and Design research seminars.
Dr Robert McPherson will be delivering a paper on his Chicago-School-style research into the night-time economy.
Dr Chris Pallant of the School of MAD will reflect upon the publication lifecycle of one of his publications.
Dr Ruth Sanz Sabido of the School of MAD will present work in progress.
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.
Jonny Greatrex and Jamie Stephens, who teach on the Multimedia Journalism programme in the School of Media Art and Design, will be sharing their research on participatory journalism.
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.
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