Events archive 2010

MeCCSA 2010 Conference

Wednesday 6th - Friday 8th January 2010, several rooms, LSE

MeCCSA is the UK subject association for those teaching and researching in Media, Communication and Cultural Studies. The conference was hosted by the Department of Media and Communication and held at LSE.


Beyond the "Berlusconi Common Sense". A New Model of Politics for the 21st Century

Tuesday 19th January 2010, 6:30pm, Sheikh Zayed Theatre, NAB Speaker: Professor Paolo Mancini. Chair: Professor Terhi Rantanen.

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Safer Internet Day

Tuesday 9th February 2010. Professor Sonia Livingstone chaired a meeting addressed by the Vice President of the European parliament. 

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Online and offline risk – getting young people's experience of the internet into perspective 

Thinking Like a Social Scientist Lunchtime Lecture Series

Thursday 4th February 2010, 1.05pm, Hong Kong Theatre, CH   Speaker: Professor Sonia Livingstone. 

Terhi Rantanen

Seminar on Comparative Transnational Research

Wednesday 3rd February 2010, 2:30pm, Room U8, Tower 1             Speakers: Professor Jean Blondel, Professor Sonia Livingstone, Professor Paolo Mancini. Char: Professor Terhi Rantanen. 

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Youthful participation: what have we learned, what shall we ask next?

Professor Sonia Livingstone's  keynote speech at the first annual Digital Media and Learning Conference: Diversifying Participation. 

18th-20th February 2010, La Jolla, California.


Networking Event for alumni and current students

Saturday 8th May 2010.  Speaker: BAFTA-winning alumnus, Paulina Bozek. 

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Arab media and life in London

Saturday 8th May 2010, 2pm, Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House Several panelists. 


2010 Postgraduate Workshop and Summer Symposium

7th June 2010, 9:00am, The Alumni Theatre, New Academic Building. Keynote speakers: Professor Sonia Livingstone, Professor Lilie Chouliaraki.


Symposium on Artistic Research and Experimentation in Digital Media (LSE-MARCEL) 

7th July 2010, 9:00am, Edmond J. Safra Lecture Theatre, King's College London. Several panelists.  


Silencing the Classroom: Prosecuted academics share their experiences

Tuesday 19th October 2010, 6.30pm, Wolfson Theatre, NAB
Speakers: Mina Al-Lami, Marwan Naser, Shumba Nephat. Chair: Dr Margot E. Salomon.


Television Beyond Frontiers: reflections on public service broadcasting in a digital Europe

Monday 22 November 2010, 6.30pm, Old Theatre, Old Building
Speakers:  Professor Caroline Pauwels, Dr Damian Tambini. 

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Media in the Family

Wednesday 17th November 2010, 6:30pm, Old Theatre, OB   Speaker: Professor Sonia Livingstone. 


The Physico-Material Bases of Cosmopolitanism

Wednesday 1st December 2010, 6:30pm, Sheikh Zayed Theatre Speaker: Professor Pheng Cheah.  


Symposium: The Visual Politics of Solidarity

Friday 3rd December 2010, 10:00am, Vera Anstey Room, OB       Speakers: Pheng Cheah, Lilie Chouliaraki, Charlie Beckett, Shani Orgad, Bolette Blaagaard, Karin Wells, Iain Wilkinson, Karina Horsti.

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Polis Panel: Media Plurality

Tuesday 14th December 2010, 5:30pm, Hong Kong Theatre, CH Speakers: Alan Rusbridger, Chris Goodall, Professor Steven Barnett, Damian Tambini. Chair: Steve Hewlett.