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17th June 2017 (all day)

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Culture Workshop: How can a photograph capture a culture?

14th June 2017, 5.30pm7.30pm

Join documentary, travel and fine art photographer Clive Horsman in conversation with Simon Popple for a workshop exploring the representation of cultural difference and the role of photography as a means of depicting a culture.

School of Media and Communication Undergraduate Degree Show 2017

2nd June 2017, 4.00pm7.00pm

An unmissable evening to celebrate the work produced by undergraduate students of all years across the School of Media and Communication.

General Election 2017: What's the Future of Democratic Politics?

31st May 2017, 6.00pm7.45pm

What do we want the future of democratic politics to look like?

Research Seminar: Myria Georgiou - Is London open? Mediating and ordering cosmopolitanism in crisis

17th May 2017, 4.15pm5.30pm

This presentation focuses on the mediation of the #LondonIsOpen campaign, which followed the Brexit vote.

Research Group: Justin O’Connor on Postcapitalism and the Cultural Economy

16th May 2017, 4.15pm5.30pm

The Professor of Cultural Economy at Monash University (Melbourne) will be giving a seminar on Postcapitalism and the Cultural Economy.

Public Lecture: Gunther Kress and Theo van Leeuwen - Modes, meaning and boundaries: questions and namings

15th May 2017, 4.15pm5.45pm

Co-founders and pioneers of multimodality and social semiotics, Professor Gunther Kress and Professor Theo van Leeuwen, host a public lecture on “Modes, meaning and boundaries: questions and namings”.

Research Seminar: Professor Karen Sanders - Populism and exclusionary narratives: the ‘other’ in Podemos’ 2014 EU election campaign

10th May 2017, 4.15pm5.30pm

In addition to claiming to be identified with the people, many populist political parties are characterised by exclusionary narratives which centre on groups such as immigrants and religious minorities, a feature considered by analysts as specific to right-wing populism.

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