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Events archive 2017

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LSE Media and Communications PhD Symposium

Media and Politics: alienation, engagement, resistance

Friday 9 June | PhD Academy, Lionel Robbins Building

Opening keynote: Bart Cammaerts

 
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LSE Media and Communications Symposium

Troubled Democracy: media, power and control

Friday 19 May | 09:30-17:00 | Silverstone Room TW3.701A

This Symposium is supported by POLIS, Media Policy Project and the Noble Foundation’s Programme on Modern Poland 

 
Terhi Rantanen

Alumni and Friends of LSE in the United States Event

In whose world are we living? The past and the future of news 

Monday 15 May I 18:00 I Ye Olde King’s Head, Santa Monica, CA, USA

 
Clemencia Rodriguez

Department of Media and Communications

Media, War and Peacebuilding

Tuesday 14 March | 18:30-20:00 | Sheikh Zayed Theatre

Speakers: Professor Clemencia Rodríguez

 
LSE Literary Festival 2017

Polis and LSE Literary Festival

Britain's Paper Tigers

Monday 20 February | 19:00-20:30 | Wolfson Theatre

Speakers: Janine Gibson, Stig Abel

 
LSE Literary Festival 2017

Department of Media and Communications and LSE Literary Festival

Growing Up Online: a digital revolution?

Saturday 25 February | 17:00-18:30 | Sheikh Zayed Theatre

Speakers: Rachel Coldicutt, Emma Gannon, Deana Puccio

 
Donald Trump

Polis and the London Press Club Public Talk

Trump, Brexit... truth, trust and the news media

Wednesday 25 January | 18:15-20:00 | Sheikh Zayed Theatre

Speakers: Anne McElvoy, Alex Sundstrom, Matt Frei, Brian  

 
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