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[eccr] Meccsa Postgraduate conference

Wed May 04 19:06:40 GMT 2005

>Call for papers ­ Meccsas 2nd Postgraduate conference
>WHEN? 23 and 24 June, 2005
>WHERE? Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Cardiff
>COST? None. The conference is free to attend.  Cheap accommodation and a
>social event have been arranged.
>Building on the success of the conference held last September in
>Birmingham, the network is pleased to announce it is organising a second
>national two day forum for postgraduate students. The forum aims to debate
>contemporary issues in doctoral research, such as publishing, teaching,
>learning and employment issues. There promises to be lively debates and
>discussions with confirmed speakers including Professor Justin Lewis
>(Cardiff University), Dr Ernest Mathijs (University of Aberystwyth),
>Professor Bob Franklin (Sheffield University) and Professor Greg Philo
>(Glasgow University).
>The forum will also provide an opportunity for postgraduate students to
>present their own research, share their experiences, and gain feedback
>from other postgraduate students within the field of media, communication
>and cultural studies in an informal and supportive environment. The
>conference is free to attend, and pre and post social events will be
>organised for postgraduate students to maximise their networking time.
>If you are interested in either submitting a paper or attending the event,
>we welcome 250 word abstracts from postgraduate students on the topic of
>their research and/or the methodology/ies they are employing by no later
>than May 20 2005. Abstracts should be sent to Stephen Cushion at
>(cushionsa /at/ Please visit the conference website to register
>for the event:
>Meccsa Postgraduate aims
>MeCCSA, in conjunction with the Art, Design, Communication ­ Learning and
>Teaching Support Network, recently launched a postgraduate network. The
>aim of the Postgraduate Network is to bring together postgraduate students
>in media, communication and cultural studies from different intellectual
>traditions and cultural backgrounds in order to form research, and
>teaching and learning networks and also ensure peer support.
>For more information about the network please contact Vicky Ball at
>(VBall /at/

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