Conference Crowd


  • 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
    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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