Each year, our staff and students are invited to a range of seminars that touch on the most relevant topics and emerging research in the study of journalism, media and communication.
If you'd like to suggest a speaker for a future research seminar, please email the seminar series coordinator Dr Dani Madrid-Morales on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our research seminars are being presented in a mix of hybrid, online and in-person formats. Please ensure you check the below programme before attending.
If you are not a current staff / student member at the Department of Journalism Studies and are interesting in attending any of these talks, please email the seminar series coordinator Dr Dani Madrid-Morales: email@example.com. You can also book onto the talks via eventbrite.
Wednesday 22 February, 2.00pm pm (in-person event, venue TBC)
Talk: 'Local 'fixers' in conflict reporting: Emotional labour and the ethics of transnational collaboration'
Dr Johana Kotisova
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow
University of Amsterdam
Wednesday 8 March, 2pm (hybrid)
Talk: 'The localisation of international news brands in Latin America: integration and disruption. The cases of CNN Chile and CNN Brazil'
Dr Pablo Morales
LSE Fellow in Media and Communications
London School of Economics and Political Science
Wednesday 15 March (hybrid)
Talk: 'The Menstrual Movement in the Media: Reducing Stigma and Tackling Social Inequalities'
Dr Maria Tomlinson
Lecturer in Public Communication and Gender
University of Sheffield
Wednesday 26 April, 2pm (hybrid)
Book Launch: 'Seeking truth in international TV news: China, CGTN and the BBC'
Dr Vivien Marsh
Design, Creative and Digital Industries Lecturer
University of Westminster
Wednesday 3 May, 2pm (online)
Talk: 'Mobile telephony, mBanking, and gender inequality in the lives of married women in western rural Kenya'
Dr Leah Komen
Senior Lecturer School of Communication
Wednesday 10 May, 2pm (online)
Panel: Media freedom, risk and resilience in journalism practice in Southern European countries. Comparative study of Bulgaria, Cyprus, Greece, and Malta.
Dr Lada T. Price
University of Sheffield
Dr Lambrini Papadopoulou
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Dr Theodora A. Maniou
University of Cyprus
Prof. Marilyn Clark
University of Malta
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