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Events

Mon, Oct 05
Zoom Workshop
Social Media Research Methods
An introductory session for Postgraduate Students in AHSS
Wed, Feb 05
Location is TBD
Posthuman Futures: Transmedia, Weird Science, Furry Flesh
A mini-symposium featuring Lisa Blackman, Patricia MacCormack, and Jessica Austin. Followed by a wine reception & book launch for: The Ahuman Manifesto: Activism for the End of the Anthropocene (Bloomsbury Academic 2020). The event is FREE and ALL ARE WELCOME!
Wed, Dec 11
Location is TBD
Nationalism and British Cinema: A Research Seminar
Featuring short talks by: Dr James Harvey (University of Sussex); Dr William Brown (Roehampton University); and John White (Anglia Ruskin University). The event is FREE and ALL are welcome!
Fri, Nov 22
Location is TBD
From Stages to Platforms
ARCMedia Presents: Please join us for a research seminar with Professor Keith Negus (Goldsmiths, University of London) on Friday 22 November, from 5-6:30pm in Lab 215. The talk is entitled 'From Stages to Platforms: Music in the Post-Digital Economy'. The event is FREE and all are warmly welcome!
Thu, Nov 21
Anglia Ruskin University (Coslett 117)
Artist's Talk with Jeff Thompson
Please join ARCMedia for an Artist's Talk & Discussion with Jeff Thompson (Stevens Institute of Technology)
Wed, Mar 20
Location is TBD
Music as Imaginary Countercommunity: The Emergence, Dispersal, and Dissolution of a Dissenting Musical Subculture'
ARCMedia Presents: Mark Sinker, 'Music as Imaginary Countercommunity: The Emergence, Dispersal, and Dissolution of a Dissenting Musical Subculture' Mark is former editor of The Wire magazine, and a former NME writer.
Thu, Mar 14
Anglia Ruskin University (Coslett 311)
Dr. Joss Hands, 'Gadget Consciousness & the Saving Power of Things'
Join us as we welcome Dr Joss Hands to discuss work from his recently published book Gadget Consciousness (Pluto Press).
Wed, Nov 07
Anglia Ruskin University (LAB 109)
Postgraduate Research in Media & Culture
ARCMedia is excited to sponsor a postgraduate research seminar with students working on ARCMedia-related themes. Please do join us!
Thu, Oct 25
Anglia Ruskin University
Unrealistic Beauty: A Chat about Art & Video Games with Alex Myers
ARCMedia is pleased to announce the first talk in the 2018-19 seminar series. Professor Alex Myers (Creighton University) will be joining us to talk about Art & Video Games.
Sat, Oct 20
Anglia Ruskin University
Tackling Image-based Abuse and “Revenge Porn”
ARCMedia is proud to sponsor a Round Table, 'Tackling Image-based Abuse and “Revenge Porn,”' which emerges from ARCMedia co-director Dr Tanya Horeck's research on image-based abuse in the age of social media. This event is held in the context of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas, on Saturday 27 Oct
Mon, Sep 03
Anglia Ruskin University
BINGE-WATCHING AND THE FUTURE OF TELEVISION RESEARCH: A WORKSHOP
ARCMedia is pleased to announce a workshop on binge-watching and the future of television, organised by our very own binge-watching expert, Dr Mareike Jenner, and with keynotes by Dr Lisa Perks, (Merrimack College, Massachusetts) and ARCMedia co-director Dr Tanya Horeck.
Thu, Apr 26
Anglia Ruskin University (Hel 251)
Experiencing Cinema: Immersive Media & the Experience Economy in Metropolitan & Rural Contexts
ARCMedia is pleased to announce a research talk by Dr Emma Pett from the University of East Anglia.
Fri, Feb 02
Anglia Ruskin University (LAB 027)
‘From Film Practice to Data Process: The Transitional People, Tools and Labour of Digital Film Production’
ARCMedia's Research Seminar Series will kick off in Semester Two with a talk by Dr Sarah Atkinson from Kings College London.
Fri, Dec 01
Anglia Ruskin University
Growing Up Married: A Documentary about Forced Marriages in Turkey
Join director Eylem Atakav for a screening and Q&A of her film about forced marriages in Turkey.
Sat, Nov 04
Anglia Ruskin University (LAB 109)
Digital Violence: a Symposium
Hosted by ARCMedia at Anglia Ruskin University, and featuring keynotes by Professor Caetlin Benson-Allott, Dr Debbie Ging, and Dr Eugenia Siapera
Wed, Apr 26
Anglia Ruskin University (Hel 251)
“It takes a lot of energy, it really does”: Feminist Organisers’ Experiences of Activism
A research talk featuring Dr Kaitlynn Mendes, University of Leicester.

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