Faculty of Performance, Visual Arts and Communications

School of Media and Communication

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Research Seminar ‘After Critique: Stock Photography as a Good Bad Object’ - Paul Frosh, Department of Communications and Journalism, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

4th February 2015, 4.15pm5.30pm

From the point of view of cultural critique, stock photography seems virtually unredeemable. Largely hidden from the public, the stock industry nevertheless creates the bulk of commercial still images (and much of the video footage) used in advertising, marketing and publishing across a range of print, visual and digital media, and also controls key historical and photojournalistic archives.

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Careers Day 2015

28th January 2015, 1.00pm7.00pm

Leeds University Graduates who work in the Communications and Media industries will be giving advice to students at the School of Media Careers Day on Wednesday January 28th from 1pm.
PGT Open Day

Postgraduate Open Day

6th February 2015, 11.00am4.00pm

Attend our postgraduate open day to explore our campus, meet with staff and current students, and find out how a postgraduate degree from the University of Leeds can benefit you.
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Annual Jay Blumler Lecture: ‘Can the Media Serve Democracy?’

13th February 2015, 5.00pm7.00pm

For the past 25 years, if not longer, this question has been at the heart of discussions and anxiety about political communication (and a recurring topic in the work of Jay Blumler). Increasingly the answer to it boils down to: maybe they can, but they don’t.
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Research Seminar “Objectivity in the Digital Age” - Richard Sambrook, Professor of Journalism and Director of the Centre for Journalism at Cardiff School of Journalism, Cardiff University

4th March 2015, 4.15pm5.30pm

Today, in the digital age of plenty, notions of special responsibilities being placed on those with a public voice, and different approaches for print and broadcasting, are rapidly breaking down. Public attitudes to the media, and what they trust, are changing rapidly too.
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Research Seminar by Dr Ian Macdonald, Senior Lecturer in Screen Studies, School of Media and Communication, Leeds

11th March 2015, 4.15pm5.30pm

You are invited to attend this event in the School of Media and Communication Research Seminar Series, to be delivered by Dr Ian Macdonald, Senior Lecturer in Screen Studies, School of Media and Communication, Leeds. The seminar will be held in Lecture Theatre, Room G12, Clothworkers’ Building North.
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Research Seminar by Andrew Dobson, Professor of Politics, School of Politics, International Relations and Philosophy (SPIRE), Keele University

18th March 2015, 4.15pm5.30pm

You are invited to attend this event in the School of Media and Communication Research Seminar Series, to be delivered by Andrew Dobson, Professor of Politics, School of Politics, International Relations and Philosophy (SPIRE), Keele University. The seminar will be held in Lecture Theatre, Room G12, Clothworkers’ Building North.
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Research Seminar by Mirca Madianu, Senior Lecturer in Media and Communications, Department of Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, London University

13th May 2015, 4.15pm5.30pm

You are invited to attend this event in the School of Media and Communication Research Seminar Series, to be delivered by Mirca Madianu, Senior Lecturer in Media and Communications, Department of Media and Communications, Goldsmiths, London University. The seminar will be held in Lecture Theatre, Room G12, Clothworkers’ Building North.
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Research Seminar by Tamara Witschge, Rosalind Franklin Fellow in Journalism, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

10th June 2015, 4.15pm5.30pm

You are invited to attend this event in the School of Media and Communication Research Seminar Series, to be delivered by Tamara Witschge, Rosalind Franklin Fellow in Journalism, University of Groningen, The Netherlands . The seminar will be held in Lecture Theatre, Room G12, Clothworkers’ Building North.