Centre for Research in Communication and Culture

Events

Throughout the year we run a large number of high profile events.

These include conferences, workshops and seminars to showcase both internal and external research in communication and culture.

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22 November 2017

Reimagining Citizenship

Presented By Dr Stéphanie Jamet from the Institut Supérieur des Beaux-Arts of Besançon (France)
  • 12.00-2.00pm
  • Martin Hall building - MHL007
22 November 2017

The roles of category use and Brexit throughout debates about the ‘refugee crisis’

Presented By Simon Goodman (Coventry)
  • 1-2pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • Brockington U1.14
22 November 2017

IAS Lecture: Surveillance Culture and Surveillance Capitalism

Presented By Professor David Lyon, Queens University
1 December 2017

CRCC Symposium Nationalism, Migration and the Arts

Presented By Alena Pfoser, together with Ele Belfiore, Michael Skey, Marco Antonsich, Marsha Meskimmon
5 December 2017

IAS Lecture: 'Brexit: The result of rising inequality, not rising immigration'

Presented By Professor Danny Dorling, University of Oxford
18 December 2017

11th CA Day: "Structure and Action in Talk"

Presented By Charles Antaki and Liz Stokoe
19 December 2017 - 20 December 2017

CA in Healthcare Interaction

Presented By Marco Pino and Paul Drew
16 January 2018

Mobilising ‘the people’? The rise of populist nationalism in Europe: themes, explanations and consequences

Presented By John Richardson, Stijn van Kessel and Marco Antonisch
31 January 2018 - 1 February 2018

CARM Training for Professional & Workplace Communication Encounters

Presented By Elizabeth Stokoe and Rein Sikveland
  • Burleigh Court, Loughborough University, UK
2 February 2018

CA for Beginners

Presented By Charles Antaki and Marco Pino
9 March 2018

Remembering and Rethinking Images of Welfare in the (Post) Austerity Era

Presented By Dr Mark Monaghan, Dr Gaby Wolferink and Professor Dominic Wring
20 March 2018 - 21 March 2018

Feminist Methodologies: A Two-Day Training Symposium

Presented By CRCC in collaboration with the Advanced Research Methods Institute, the Doctoral College and RADAR
16 May 2018 - 17 May 2018

Changing the rules of the game? An interdisciplinary symposium examining the relationship between sport and media

Presented By The Centre for Communication and Culture, Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough University
7 June 2018

Religion as Political Communication

Presented By Dr Line Nyhagen, Dr Alexandre Christoyannopoulos and PhD student Richard Li
18 June 2018

New Media as Heritage: A networking event

Presented By Simone Natale, Sabina Mihelj, Emily Keightley and Alena Pfoser