Centre for Research in Communication and Culture

Events

11 October 2017

IAS Lecture: Is Media Populism a trusted servant to Political Populism?

Presented By Professor Gianpietro Mazzoleni, University of Milan
4 October 2017

FASHIONING THE SELF: a narrative of fashion, style, identity and age

Presented By Dr Jackie Goode
  • 1-2pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • U.122 Brockington Building
20 September 2017

Doctors’ responses to patients’ requests for life-expectancy estimates in hospice care

Presented By Marco Pino
  • 1-2:30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
20 September 2017

Interaction in hospice-based therapy sessions involving allied health professionals and their terminally-ill patients

Presented By Wendy Archer
  • 3-4.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
26 September 2017

Digital Participation and Well-Being: a Networking Event

Presented By Louise Cooke, Sharon Wagg, and Boyka Simeonova
  • 10:00-16:00
13 September 2017 - 17 September 2017

CRCC partners in Athens Democracy Forum

6 September 2017

Charlottesville protest: doing analysis of recent events

Presented By Jack Joyce
  • 1-2.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
23 August 2017

The emergence of institutional business in neighbour complaint sequences

Presented By Marc Alexander
  • 1-2.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
9 August 2017

A suspected criminal’s accounts in a police interview setting

Presented By Louise White
  • 1-2.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
2 August 2017

Openings of business-to-business prospecting “cold” calls

Presented By Bogdana Huma
  • 1-2.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
26 July 2017

'Arrival’ screening and discussion

Presented By Emily Hofstetter
  • 1-3pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
9 July 2017 - 12 July 2017

International Society of Critical Health Psychology 2017: 10th Biennial Conference

Presented By Loughborough University, Centre for Research in Communication and Culture
19 July 2017

Some uses of subject-side assessments

Presented By DARG
  • 1-2.30pm
  • B1.14 Brockington Building,
19 July 2017

2017 General Election Conference

Presented By Loughborough University Institute of Advanced Studies
28 June 2017 - 29 June 2017

The Place of Music

Presented By Allan Watson and Michael Hoyler
14 June 2017

Interaction in a bereavement support group

Presented By Marco Pino
  • 1-2.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
21 June 2017

'Dear Mr Muslim, Dear Mr atheist: Positioning in evangelical social media discourse'

Presented By Stephen Pihlaja, Newman University
  • 1-4.30pm
  • Brockington B1.14
15 June 2017 - 16 June 2017

Media and Time

Presented By Sabina Mihelj, Emily Keightley and Peter Yeandle
9 June 2017

IAS Lecture: 'Immigration to the UK: the ‘numbers game?"

Presented By Prof Phillip Rees
7 June 2017

Handing over an object as an interaction vehicle: The embodied actions of a child to initiate mutual encounter

Presented By Julia Katila
  • 1-2.30pm ( a DARG event)
  • Brockington U1.22
31 May 2017

Three-party interaction in a seizure clinic

Presented By Ann Doehring
  • 1-2.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
24 May 2017

Manual actions in an instructional setting

Presented By John Rae
  • 3-4.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
24 May 2017

Asch’s studies of independence and conformity as accidental breaching experiments into social reality

Presented By John Rae
  • 1-2.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
24 May 2017

“Have you packed your bags yet?” EU migrants’ experiences of hate crime in Lincolnshire, England post Brexit vote

Presented By Karen Lumsden and Alex Black
  • 1-2pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • Brockington U1.22
17 May 2017

China’s State Media Going Global: China, Soft Power and the International Arena

Presented By Joy Jie Shao
  • 1-2pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • Brockington U1.22
17 May 2017

Talk about Power of Attorney in lay and medical contexts

Presented By Rosie Harding & Liz Peel
  • 1-2.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
12 May 2017

Central European universities in the early 20th century: The migration of scientists, students and institutions

Presented By Dr Artur Bajerski (Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań)
  • 1-2pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • Brockington U1.22
10 May 2017

Photographs, monuments and the making of public histories in Britain 1850-1950

Presented By Elizabeth Edwards (De Montfort University)
  • 1-2pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • Brockington U1.22
10 May 2017

Politicians' speeches at national Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations

Presented By John Richardson
  • 1-2.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
3 May 2017

Using Conversation Analysis in the Lab: A Critical Discussion/The recruitment of assistance in interaction

Presented By Kobin Kendrick
  • 1-2.30pm and 3-4.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
3 May 2017

Prime-Time Chinese TV Dramas in the Era of Entertainment

Presented By Yingzi Wang
  • 1-2pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • Brockington U1.22
21 April 2017

Online Othering

Presented By Karen Lumsden and Emily Harmer
29 March 2017

Data, discussion, and debate: Implications of advances in data collection and analysis

Presented By Jessica Robles
  • 3.00-4.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
29 March 2017

Legitimacy in primary caremental health consultations

Presented By Joe Ford
  • 1.00-2.30pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
29 March 2017

Good music for good sex

Presented By Liesbet van Zoonen (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
  • 1-2pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • Brockington U1.22
22 March 2017

A Permissive Society? Opinion Polls and Social Change in Postwar Britain

Presented By Marcus Collins
  • 1-2pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • Brockington U1.22
22 March 2017

Initiative and engagement (talk) and TBI patient home at the weekend with his father (data session)

Presented By Magnus Hamann
  • 1.00pm-2.15pm and 2.30pm-4.00pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
15 March 2017

Reading group – Identity-in-Interaction and Social Choreography

Presented By DARG
  • 3-4.30 pm
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
15 March 2017

Non-native speaker medical interactions

Presented By Jack Joyce
  • 1-2.30 pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
15 March 2017

What is being 'remembered' in British Holocaust commemoration? (And why?) A work in progress

Presented By John Richardson
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • Brockington U1.22
8 March 2017

Spatial disparities research as political discourse

Presented By Ferenc Gyuris (ELTE, Budapest)
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC Seminar Series)
  • Brockington U1.22
8 March 2017

Service provider 'shifts' to institutional tasks in neighbour complaint sequences

Presented By Marc Alexander
  • 1-2.30 pm (a DARG event)
  • Brockington B1.24
8 March 2017

Craft, Creativity and Cultural Politics

Presented By Tom Thurnell-Read
  • 2-4.30 pm
  • U0.05 Brockington Building
1 March 2017

Assessing pain in palliative care

Presented By Laura Jenkins
  • 1-2.30 pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
1 March 2017

From Big Society to Shared Society? Geographies of social cohesion and citizenship in the UK’s National Citizen Service

Presented By Sarah Mills
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • Brockington U1.22
22 February 2017

Counter-complaints in therapeutic community meetings

Presented By Marco Pino
  • 1-2.30 pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
22 February 2017

'Films, songs or fountain pens': Colonial responses to mainland Chinese media in Britain's East Asian empire

Presented By Jeremy E. Taylor (Nottingham)
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • Brockington U1.22
15 February 2017

Orientations to institutional matters in neighbour complaint sequences

Presented By Marc Alexander
  • 1-2.30 pm (a DARG event)
  • Brockington B1.14
15 February 2017

Talking about dying: how palliative medicine doctors give patients and their companions opportunities to discuss end of life

Presented By Marco Pino, Loughborough University
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC seminar series)
  • Brockington U1.22
8 February 2017

Rapport building in business-to-business sales interaction and Salesperson questions and customer responses

Presented By Jarkko Niemi
  • 1-2.30 and 3-4.30 pm (a DARG event)
  • Brockington U1.22
8 February 2017

Online anonymity: Right or threat?

Presented By Simone Natale, Nikos Sotirakopoulos, Mark Monaghan and Thais Sardá
1 February 2017

Dyadic online CMC interactions in an ELF context

Presented By Betül Çimenli
  • 1-2.30 pm (a DARG event)
  • U1.12 Brockington
1 February 2017

Getting back to a topic

Presented By Yuening Yang
  • 3-4.30 pm (a DARG event)
  • U1.12 Brockington
18 January 2017

'Health and Safety’ interactions between university staff members

Presented By Emily Hofstetter
  • 1-2.30 pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
11 January 2017

Classic data: The Watergate Tapes

Presented By DARG
  • 1-2.30 pm
  • B1.24 Brockington Building
11 January 2017

Struggles of Independence: Politics of Communicational Infrastructure in Turkey Between Two World Wars

Presented By Burçe Çelik, Loughborough University London
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC Seminar Series)
  • Brockington U1.22
4 January 2017

‘Classic Data’ Collection

Presented By Joe Ford
  • 1-2.30 pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
19 December 2016

Conversation Analysis Day 10th Anniversary

Presented By Charles Antaki and Liz Stokoe
14 December 2016

The Spectacle of the Boer War on Stage, Screen, and in Song: a multi-media tour of London’s entertainment industries

Presented By Peter Yeandle
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC Seminar Series)
  • Brockington U1.22
14 December 2016

Analysis of face-to-face racist abuse

Presented By Mirko Demasi
  • 1-2:30 pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
7 December 2016

Performing Hip-Hop Englishness: Place, race, masculinity and the role of rap in the performance of Alternative British identities

Presented By Dr Richard Bramwell
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC Seminar Series)
  • Brockington U1.22
7 December 2016

Gesture, motion & gaze (transcription presentation)

Presented By Elwys de Stefani, University of Leuven
  • 1-2:30 pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
7 December 2016

Sounds (transcription presentation)

Presented By Richard Ogden, University of York
  • 3-4:30 pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
30 November 2016

Formats of lifestyle advice in primary care consultations

Presented By Kat Connabeer
  • 1-2:30 pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
30 November 2016

Conversation analysis and personality/occupational testing

Presented By Laura Thompson
  • 3-4:30 pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
30 November 2016

Sociology book launch

  • 3-5 pm
  • U.OO5, Brockington Building
23 November 2016

Serious Leisure, Consumer Protest and the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA)

Presented By Thomas Thurnell-Read, Loughborough University
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC Seminar Series)
  • Brockington U1.22
11 November 2016

Conflict initiation in therapeutic community meetings

Presented By Marco Pino
  • 1-2:30 pm (a DARG event)
  • Brockington Building B1.14
23 November 2016

Exclusion in gossipy talk (Presentation/data session)

Presented By Jessica Robles
  • 3-4:30 pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
23 November 2016

A suspect's construction of 'innocence' in a police interview setting

Presented By Louise White
  • 1-2:30 pm (a DARG event)
  • B1.14 Brockington Building
16 November 2016

Options and needs in undergraduate supervision & Accounts in undergraduate supervision advice sequences

Presented By Marion West
  • Session one: 1-2:30 pm | Session two: 3-4:30 pm (a DARG event)
  • U1.22
16 November 2016

Alienation in Digital Capitalism

Presented By Andreas Wittel, Nottingham Trent University
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC Seminar Series)
  • Brockington U1.22
16 September 2016

Media, Memory, History: New directions

Presented By Emily Keightley, Thoralf Klein, Sabina Mihelj
  • Loughborough, West Park Teaching Hub WPT 006
9 November 2016

What Happened To Evidence-Based Policy Making? The Case of UK Drugs Policy

Presented By Mark Monaghan
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC Seminar Series)
  • J202 (Edward Herbert Building)
2 November 2016

Data from the Conversational Rollercoaster

Presented By Saul Albert
  • 1-2:30 pm (a DARG event)
  • Brockington Building B1.14
2 November 2016

Police interviews with child witnesses

Presented By Guusje Jol
  • 3-4:30 pm (a DARG event)
  • Brockington Building B1.14
2 November 2016

Olympic to Amateurism: When Sports Become Resistance

Presented By Nicolas Moreau, University of Ottawa
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC Seminar Series)
  • Brockington U1.22
26 October 2016

Sex, Race, and Revolution: Cuba in Soviet Media and Memory

Presented By Anne Gorsuch, University of British Columbia
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC Seminar Series)
  • Brockington U1.22
26 October 2016

Invocation of rules in adversative episodes within children’s interactions

Presented By Bilyana Shuman
  • 1-2:30 pm (a DARG event)
  • U1.22
19 October 2016

Loughborough University Book presentation: 'Supernatural Entertainments: Victorian Spiritualism and the Rise of Modern Media Culture'

Presented By Simone Natale, MACH
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC Seminar Series)
  • Brockington U1.22
5 October 2016

Negotiating political credibility: Media talk in times of popular scepticism & News interviews with David Cameron and Nigel Farage in the 2014 EUP election campaign

Presented By Mats Ekstrom, University of Gothenburg and DARG
  • 1-2 pm (part of the CRCC Seminar Series)
  • Brockington U1.22
18 May 2016

Anti-capitalist representation and semantics

Presented By Professor Chris Szejnmann
  • Room B1.11
27 March 2016

The visual language of fascist propoganda in Italy: the role of newsreels and the notion of 'diffuse square'

Presented By Arianna Maiorani and Antonia Liguori
  • Room U1.22
16 March 2016

Fleet Street at War 1939-1945

Presented By Siân Nicholas, University of Aberystwyth
  • Room U1.22
22 March 2016

Religion and Citizenship: The Limites of Rights-based Approaches

Presented By Dr Line Nyhagen (in collaboration with the Loughborough UniversityNationalism Network)
  • Room U122