Category Archives: Women’s Media Studies Network

Media and Mothers’ Matters

Friday 21 October 2011 1-5pm The Boardroom, University of WinchesterHosted by: Women’s Media Studies Network School of Media and Film Studies, University of Winchester This half-day round table conference is a participatory space for parties with an interest in media … Continue reading

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Mediating Women, War and Terror

WOMEN’S MEDIA STUDIES NETWORK 10TH ANNIVERSARY EVENT Monday 12 September 2011, 1- 6pm. This event is happening exactly ten years to the day since the inauguration of the Women’s Media Studies Network at Derby University. It is jointly sponsored by … Continue reading

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WMSC Co-ordinating Committee

Profiles of the members of the Coordinating Committee, MeCCSA Women’s Media Studies Network. Milly Williamson WMSN Chair Milly Williamson is a Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies at BrunelUniversity. She has conducted research into television and film fancultures, horror and gender. She … Continue reading

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Women’s Media Studies Network contact details

(WMSN Chair, MeCCSA Executive) Milly Williamson Brunel University milly.williamson@brunel.ac.uk (WMSN Communications, MeCCSA Executive) Anita Biressi Roehampton University a.biressi@roehampton.ac.uk (MeCCSA Executive) Heather Nunn Roehampton University h.nunn@roehampton.ac.uk Rosalind Brunt Sheffield Hallam University Kaitlynn Mendes University of Nottingham kmendes@dmu.ac.uk Margaret Montgomerie De Montfort … Continue reading

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My brilliant career? Women in the academy: a symposium and networking event

The Women’s Media Studies Network is pleased to announce a one day event addressing the experiences, aspirations and concerns of women working in higher education in media, cultural studies and the humanities. This invites scholars who situate their research within … Continue reading

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