CMCI Research Seminars UPDATED – Semester 2

For your diaries! – please note some changes from previous correspondence

 

Jan 15:  CMCI Research seminar, MB1.1, 4-6pm

Dr Jessica Rapson        Pioneering Memory in Texas
& Dr Lucy Bond

 

Jan 22*:  Creative Economy Research Frontiers, Anatomy Museum, 1-6pm

Creative and cultural ecologies: mapping and understanding

 

Jan 29:  CMCI Research seminar, 2-4pm MB1.1, [N.B. note time]

Dr Christina Scharff    Inequality talk: how discussions about inequalities in the creative economy cement, rather than challenge, the status quo

 

Feb 5*:  Creative Economy Research Frontiers, Anatomy Museum, 1-6pm

Understanding the value of creative arts higher education

 

Feb 12:  Inaugural lecture, Great Hall, 6.30pm.

Prof Nick Wilson          This Thing Called Art

 

Feb 26:  CMCI research seminar, 4-6pm, MB1.1

Dr Vincent Gaine          The spy with the blood-tinted glasses: Nostalgic espionage of the 21st Century

 

Mar 4*:  Creative Economy Research Frontiers, River Room, 1-6pm

Creative work and gender: barriers and activism

 

Mar 6: Symposium: East Asian Popular Culture as a Disruptor 2020 Call for Participants

Call for Papers is now open! Deadline: Friday 31 January 2020    CFP_Document

 

Mar 11:  CMCI research seminar, 4-6pm, MB1.1

Dr Red Chidgey            Activism as a form of cultural labour

 

April 29*:  Creative Economy Research Frontiers, Anatomy Museum, 1-6pm

Creative industries and intersectional barriers: the relationship between class race and place

 

* This a series co-hosted by the DISCE research team, led by Roberta Comunian (CMCI) and NESTA’s Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre (PEC).