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FYI: CMCI PhD conference at KCL: “(In)Visible Cultures”


Call for papers for King’s College London Culture, Media, and Creative Industries PhD Conference.

We are inviting researchers to engage with the questions of (in)visibility in our society, culture, media environment and the creative industries – and to share their ideas with the colleagues from around the world in a friendly and stimulating environment.

Confirmed keynote speakers are:

Professor Angela McRobbie (Goldsmiths)
Dra. Rosana Pinheiro-Machado (University of Oxford)

Confirmed roundtable speakers are:

Professor Alexandra Georgakopolou-Nunes (King’s College London)
Dr. Jessica Rapson (King’s College London)
Dr. Red Chigney (King’s College London)
Dr. Laura Guimarães Corrêa (UFMG-Brazil/London School of Economics)
Dr. Joan Ramon Rodriguez-Amat (Sheffield Hallam University)

Presentations may be related to the following themes:

Politics of (in)visibility
Online (in)visibility
Gender, race and sexuality
Cultural labour and the creative industries
(In)visible media lives
Limits of mediatisation
(In)visible knowledges
Inequality and marginalised communities
Diaspora, migration and the media
The crisis of “borders”
International and intercultural communication
Science and environment communication
Remembering and forgetting: memory and commemoration
Seeing the unseen/ Unseeing what has been seen

Please check our conference website for the complete Call for Papers and online submission form! Subscription is open until the 8th of April. http://www.cmciconference2016.co.uk/

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