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Research events archive

The Department of Media Arts runs a number of research seminars and related activities throughout the year. Take a look at the research seminars we've held in the past.


Term 1

Wednesday 16 October 5pm, Windsor Building Room 1-04

Vanessa Jackson (Birmingham City University/ Royal Holloway)

Vanessa presented her work as curator of the www.pebblemill.org site as part of the ADAPT Seminar Series.

Wednesday 13 November 5pm, Windsor Building Room 1-05

Dr Graham Smith (Department of History, Royal Holloway).

As part of the ADAPT Seminar Series, Dr Smith discussed his current work on reconstructions of past surgical techniques.

Wednesday 20 November 1pm, Windsor Building Room 1-04

Rhys Davies (Media Arts, Royal Holloway).

'Dziga Vertov and the Laboratory of Hearing'.

Wednesday 20 November, 5pm Windsor Building Room 1-05

Howard Berry (University of Hertfordshire).

ADAPT Project seminar on the Elstree Project.


Term 1

Wednesday 14 November 2012 1-2pm, Windsor Building 003

Julia Vassilieva (Monash University Melbourne).

"Everybody dies but me": Female authorship, youth culture and marginality in the New Russian Cinema’.

Friday 23 November and Saturday 24 November 2012, Senate House, London

Organiser Mandy Merck (Royal Holloway).

'The British Monarchy on Screen' conference  (Screen Studies Group).

Wednesday 28 November 2012 5-6pm Media Arts Lecture Theatre 2

Professor Toby Miller (City University).

‘Greening the Media’.

Wednesday 5 December 2012 1-2pm, Windsor Building 003

Adam Ganz (Royal Holloway).

The Wire and Greek Mythology’.

Term 2

Thursday 7 February 2013 6pm, Room 264 Senate House

Charles Barr (St Mary's University).

'Hitchcock and his Writers'  (London Screenwriting Research Seminar).

Wednesday 27 February 2013 1-2pm Windsor Building 004

Dr James Walters (University of Birmingham).

‘Finding Words for Moves: Dance and Film’.

Wednesday 13 March 5-6pm ALT2

Professor Stella Bruzzi, University of Warwick.

‘APPROXIMATION: Documentary, History and Staging Reality’.

Wednesday 20 March 1-2pm Windsor Building

Dr George Dawei Guo, Royal Holloway.

‘Chinese historical TV drama: a story of change’.

Thursday 21 March 6pm, STB3/6 (Stewart House)

Dr Eva Novrup Redvall (University of Copenhagen).

'Writing and Producing Television Drama in Denmark: The Writing of Borgen' (London Screenwriting Research Seminar).

Term 3

Thursday 13 June 5pm MBLT

Dr Rosalind Galt, University of Sussex.

'World Cinema and the Politics of the Pretty'.


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