Department of Media and Communications
London School of Economics & Political Science
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE

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Upcoming Events

The Department of Media and Communications holds numerous public events throughout the academic year. All of our events are well-attended; therefore attendees should make sure to arrive early in order to secure a seat.

Terhi Rantanen

AFLSE Los Angeles: Speaker 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

Please join us on the evening of Monday 15 May for a special event! LSE Global Media and Communications Professor Terhi Rantanen will be visiting Los Angeles from London and has graciously agreed to give a talk to our alumni and friends on the very interesting topic of the media's impact on the world. She will be joined by Sarah Banet-Weiser, Future LSE Media and Communications Professor and current Professor and Director of the School of Communication at the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism at the University of Southern California. We will begin with an informal mixer, and then continue into the presentation by Professors Rantanen and Banet-Weiser. Please RSVP today to secure your space to participate in this great event! 


LSE Media and Communications Symposium

Troubled Democracy: Media, Power and Control

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

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

PhD Symposium 2017

LSE Media and Communications PhD Symposium

MEDIA & POLITICS: alienation, engagement, resistance

Friday 9 June | All-day | LSE Campus

Speaker: Bart Cammaerts (Keynote)



Project Conference, Middle East Centre 

Personalised Media and Participatory Culture

Thursday 29th and Friday 30th June 2017 | Location TBC

Opening keynote: Professor Mohamed Zayani


Davide Morisi