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Mariel García-Montes Dec 7
My favorite thread of the day so far. Twitter-thread length
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Project(oo)rs Dec 13
Have you seen the for next years NECS conference in Palermo? Theme of the 2020 confernce will be "Transitions: Moving Images and Bodies". Something comes to mind? Then take a look here: Deadline: 31st of January 2020
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Mr Rose  15h
The election in the media: against evasion and lies, good journalism is all we have | General election 2019 | The Guardian
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CHS - MEDIA Dec 11
Just a snapshot of the great work done by year 9 for their magazine cover designs.
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WJEC Dec 8
Teaching ? These free and engaging A Level resources focus on news in the online age, covering everything from media language and representations to industries and audiences. Find out more on our dedicated educational resources website:
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Dr. Emily Ryalls Dec 9
One of my favorite gifts from a student ever. Apparently I talk a lot about my love of cheese! Thanks dallas.fatseas !!!
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St Martin CSS DPCDSB Dec 8
Mustangs! Please watch this video carefully. We really need to be fully aware of all the issues and make thoughtful, health based decisions.
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Jonathan Branfman, PhD Dec 9
Sometimes when the is extra dispiriting, I remind myself that I still get to use the “bromantically” in my , and that’s something.
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Comics and Popular Arts Conference Dec 10
Deadline approaching! One more month to submit your abstracts for the 13th Annual Comics & Popular Arts Conference in Atlanta, GA, September 4-7, 2020. here:
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ZigZag Media Studies Dec 9
Teachers! A fab comparison for A Level Eduqas: Beyonce Formation music video. Quick question: would you feel comfortable showing this video to your A Level students?
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memneon Dec 9
I've deconstructed this advert by the . Note in particular #4 'Representation'.
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WaterHill Publishing Dec 9
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Patrick Rupert-Kruse Dec 9
To everyone, who's working at the intersection of , studies, image studies: Contribute to the yearbook of moving image studies
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Christina Meyer Dec 10
This! scholars, pay attention 👇👇👇👇👇
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Project(oo)rs Dec 9
+++Job Vacancy+++ The Dep. of Media Studies is looking for 2-3 Lecturers in New Media and Digital Culture. Entry level: Advanced PhD Candidates. Deadline soon: Dec 19th! More on the website:
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AFS Journal Dec 13
Lecturer in at Lancaster University. "We especially welcome applicants who employ Critical , Post-Colonial, , and approaches".
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SHOT Dec 9
Interesting volume on the horizon! Interested to see how these historical perspectives interact with recent discussions in on computing, control and capitalism
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SAGE Publications Dec 7
Conversational, entertaining and informative, this book is a MUST-HAVE for anyone aspiring to carve a successful career in radio broadcasting. Check out the title here @
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KairosComms Dec 10
It’s very much (Christmas) lights, camera, and action here today as our 2nd year students record their live TV shows as part of their media studio live production course.
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Jonathan Branfman, PhD Dec 12
My students loved ’s clips, and now she’s released a new :
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