Professor Anandi Ramamurthy’s article on systemic racism in the NHS

NHS Nursing Narratives

Professor Anandi Ramamurthy has written an article for The New Arab about the findings from the Nurses Narratives project which paints a picture of the systematic racism experienced by migrant, black, Asian and minority ethnic health care workers during the pandemic. In the article, Professor Anandi Ramamurthy shares findings from the Nurses Narratives project which paints a harrowing picture of the systematic racism […]

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Dr James Fenwick on the troubling legacy of the Lolita story

Dr James Fenwick

Dr James Fenwick has commented in a BBC Culture article on the problematic history of Lolita, the novel and the Stanley Kubrick film. Dr Fenwick comments on how the experience of Sue Lyon, who played Dolores in the film, is often left out of the cultural conversation: “what is missing from these studies is the voice of Lyon and of the […]

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‘Fear and Desire’ – Archival discovery by Dr James Fenwick made about Stanley Kubrick’s first feature film

Image of Stanley Kubrick, directing

Research on filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, conducted by Dr James Fenwick, Senior Lecturer in Media Studies and the Course Leader for BA (Hons) Media, has been reported by the Venice Biennale as part of their 90th anniversary. The Biennale has reported how James’ research uncovered that Kubrick submitted his first feature film, Fear and Desire, to the Venice Film Festival in 1953 […]

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Film Screening & Research Seminar: ‘Rock around the Clock (1956)’ with guest speaker Yanniz Tzioumakis – The Void, 2 – 5:30pm, Wednesday 8th June

This special event, presented by the Centre for Culture, Media and Society at Sheffield Hallam University, will explore and celebrate the 1956 rock ’n’ roll exploitation movie Rock around the Clock. Hosted in SHU’s purpose-built cinema, The Void (Owen Building, Room 123), the event will begin with a brief introduction before a rare screening of Rock around the Clock on […]

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Nursing Narratives ‘Exposed: Racism and the Pandemic’ showing at the Heart of the Campus, Wednesday 22 June 2022

Nursing Narratives

Nursing and Midwifery Minoritised, Allied Health Minoritised and the Nursing Narratives team are hosting an event where Exposed is showcased for the first time at Sheffield Hallam University. This event will also support the relaunch of both minoritised groups. Event is open to all SHU staff and students on Wednesday 22 June at the Heart of the Campus. The documentary […]

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James Fenwick’s ‘Closeup with Fahmi Reza’ at The Void – Wednesday 25th May, 12:00 – 14:30

We’d like to invite you to join us for a fascinating in-person screening, discussion, and Q&A with documentary filmmaker, graphic artist, and political activist Fahmi Reza on Wednesday 25 May in The Void, 12noon to 2.30pm.  Fahmi Reza is a Malaysian documentary filmmaker, political graphic designer, and street artist. His work focuses on issues of colonialism, free speech, and media freedom. […]

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Dr James Fenwick’s funded research project to investigate the working experiences of Yorkshire’s film festival programmers

Dr James Fenwick

Dr James Fenwick, senior lecturer in the Department of Media Arts and Communication, has received £10,000 in research funding from the Screen Industries Growth Network (SIGN). His project will investigate the experiences of Yorkshire’s film festival programmers, the barriers and challenges they face to entering and maintaining a career in the sector, and the skills and training required to nurture […]

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