Research seminar series 2018 from the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries

All talks will take place in the Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue Portsmouth, PO1 2DJ, a 5 minute walk from Portsmouth and Southsea train station (http://www.port.ac.uk/maps-and- directions/). See below for room details.

Hosted by the Culture and Conflict Research Group and the Media, Culture and Communication Research Group and the Screen Practice Research and Innovation Group. Organising Committee: Lincoln Geraghty, Stephen Harper, Laurel Forster, Deborah Shaw and Yael Friedman.

25 April, Dr Itandehui Jansen (Mexican/Dutch Filmmaker and Academic, University of Edinburgh) Itandehui will be screening a selection her award winning films that deal with migration and indigenous identity, including The Last Council, Alma & Esperanza and Fragments of In Times of Rain and will discuss them in relation to research;  Eldon Building, 4.00pm EL 1.09

9 May, Dr Joanne Hollows (Freelance writer and researcher specializing in food cultures, domestic cultures and feminism and popular culture).
‘How Dare They!’: Jamie Oliver and the contradictions of European belonging and EU membership; Eldon Building, 1.10. 3.00pm-5.00pm

21 May, Professor Catherine Grant, Birkbeck University
Catherine will talk about filmmaking as academic research, on Audio-visual essays and about the journal she edits (in)Transition as a platform for practice research outputs. Eldon Building, 2.00pm-4.00pm, EW1.10

29 May 2018, Dr Dario Llinares (Principal Lecturer in Contemporary Screen Media, University of Brighton).
Reconceiving the Symbiosis of the Audio and the Visual through Podcasting Praxis. Eldon Building 3.00pm-5.00pm EW1.10

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