Contemporary Conversations in Culture, Media and Society – ‘The Devil Rides In: The Development of Satanic Narratives in the Swinging Sixties and Beyond’ with Dr Tom Clark (University of Sheffield)

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Contemporary Conversations in Culture, Media and Society The Devil Rides In: The Development of Satanic Narratives in the Swinging Sixties and Beyond Featuring Dr Tom Clark (University of Sheffield). There is now growing scholarly attention directed toward folklore and cinema, particularly in respect to ‘folk horror’ (Hutchings, 1993; Sherman and Koven, 2007; FHR, 2017). Elsewhere, there has been much interest in […]

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Tackling Online Hate in Football – TOHIF project website goes live

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Update Jack has been interviewed about the innovative combination of data analysis, critical analysis and grassroots activism behind the TOHIF project – find this on the SHU website here.   Providing an innovative combination of state-of-the-art quantitative data analysis, nuanced qualitative critical analysis and grassroots activism, the ‘Tackling Online Hate in Football’ (TOHIF) project aims to trace as well combat […]

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Contemporary Conversations in Culture, Media and Society – ‘Anti-Racist Scholar-Activism’ with Remi Joseph-Salisbury (University of Manchester) and Laura Connelly (University of Sheffield)

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Update: This seminar was recorded – you can find it online on Vimeo. Contemporary Conversations in Culture, Media and Society Anti-Racist Scholar-Activism Featuring Remi Joseph-Salisbury (University of Manchester) & Laura Connelly (University of Sheffield). This presentation focuses on our recent research exploring Anti-Racist Scholar-Activism in British universities. Based upon data from interviews with anti-racist ‘scholar-activists’, we will highlight a number […]

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Call for Papers – Gender and TV in Iberia and Latin America

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Call for Papers Gender and TV in Iberia and Latin America Anja Louis (Sheffield Hallam) and Abigail Loxham (Liverpool), UK We invite original papers to be published as part of an edited collection. Our aim is to forge interdisciplinary links between those working in Television and Media Studies, Gender Studies, Iberian and Latin American Studies. We consider television as a […]

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South Korean Women’s Cinema Conference – 23-25 September 2021

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The full programme for the South Korean Women’s Cinema conference can be found here. Be sure to register on Eventbrite for details of how to join the conference. The South Korean Women’s Cinema (SKWC) conference will take place online, from Thursday 23 September to Saturday 25 September 2021, hosted online by Dr Chi-Yun Shin of Sheffield Hallam University and funded […]

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Fear 2000 Conference Series hosted by the Department of Media Arts and Communication, 10-12th September 2021

Fear 2000 is a conference series hosted by the Department of Media Arts and Communication at Sheffield Hallam University, convened by Craig Ian Mann & Chris Cooke and dedicated to the study of horror media in the twenty-first century. The 5th conference, Fear 2000: Horror Unbound, will take place online on 10th – 12th September 2021. Visit the Fear 2000 […]

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BAFTSS New Connections Talk: ‘A Failed Film Project in Austria: Interwar Star Franziska Gaal’s Unmade Post-War Comeback’ – A Blog post by Dr Hanja Dämon

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Dr Hanja Dämon has written a Blog post further exploring some of the topics raised in a recent BAFTSS New Connections Talk, with a brief introduction by Dr James Fenwick. You can also watch the recorded talk on Vimeo; the talk took place on Friday 23 April 2021 and was a fascinating insight into the world of the unmade and […]

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BAFTSS New Connections Talk: ‘A Failed Film Project in Austria: Interwar Star Franziska Gaal’s Unmade Post-War Comeback’ – Dr Hanja Dämon, Friday 23 April 2021

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Update Hanja has written a Blog post further exploring the fascinating world of the unmade – read it here. You can also watch the recorded talk on Vimeo. This April we are pleased to host Dr Hanja Dämon (King’s College London) in a talk as part of the BAFTSS New Connections 2021 Programme: A Failed Film Project in Austria: Interwar […]

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