Researcher Blog by Dr Rinella Cere on Shared Solidarities 3 – Framing Catastrophe

Shared Solidarities III Framing Catastrophe

About the author Rinella Cere is Reader in Media and Cultural Studies in the Computing and Communication Research Centre (CCRC) within C3RI. Rinella’s research interests include post-colonial theory and media cultures, theories of globalisation and Italian media culture. In this post Rinella reflects on Shared Solidarities 3 – Framing Catastrophe: a one-day conference convened by two networks of the Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA) and hosted […]

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Thursday 07 September 2017 – Shared Solidarities III: Framing Catastrophe workshop

Shared Solidarities III Framing Catastrophe

Framing Catastrophe is a day event which aims to explore how we respond to those two intertwined issues when their very gravity may induce feelings of powerlessness, denial and a sense of being overwhelmed. How, then, might activists address the problem in ways that encourage effective movement-building and mainstream public discussion? Speakers include Nigel Young, founder member of Bradford University’s […]

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Wednesday 03 May 2017 – Lunchtime Seminar with Dr Rinella Cere (Media, SHU)

Image of a Union Jack hot air ballon and caption from Italian Press (Image credit: L'Unità newspaper, Italy)

Speaker: Dr Rinella Cere Title: ‘Little England beats Great Britain’: Italian Media Coverage of Brexit Rinella Cere is Reader in Media and Cultural Studies at Sheffield Hallam University. She has researched and taught extensively in the Media and Cultural Studies field and her publications include books, chapters and articles on news media and popular culture in Italy and Britain. Her most recent […]

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