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Screen Studies Group: Screen and Film Research Methods Today

  • Safra Lecture Theatre Ground Floor Strand Campus King’s College London (map)

Screen Studies Group
Screen and Film Research Methods Today  

Saturday 17 November
Venue: Safra Lecture Theatre, Ground Floor, Strand Campus, King’s College London

Screen and Film Research Methods Today relaunches the Screen Studies Group annual postgraduate training day.  The day has two major goals.  The first is to bring together all new film and screen studies doctoral students in London and the environs. It will enable network building around shared specialisms beyond your home department.  Second, it will provide foundational training in methods that are relatively new to this field and which home institutions often cannot provide.  

This is a one-day session presenting research methods for all new and returning doctoral students. We will address a variety of topics that now concern Screen and Film Studies such as online research, dating mining, social media; live television; installation work; music videos, gaming, AvPhDs, production cultures, media industries, creative practice, and live cinema.  The day will include a panel on archives now available for under researched or previously excluded cinemas and communities.

Full programme here