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Top 5 Tips for Engaging with Government as a Researcher – Emma Webster

Emma Webster is currently working as the Research Associate at UEA on the one-year AHRC Connected Communities-funded project, the Impact of Festivals, with Professor George McKay, in collaboration with the EFG London Jazz Festival. She is a co-founder and co-Director … Continue reading

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Out of the shade and into the limelight: Women Amateur Filmmakers in Britain

This blog post originally appeared on Autese Theory: A Blog on Women’s Cinema, and has been reproduced with permission. Author: Sarah Hill (AHRC Cultural Engagement Fellow, UEA Department of Film, Television and Media Studies) ——————————————————— Joanna Fryer, Make-Up (1978) This … Continue reading

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Video Game Studies at the Norwich Gaming Festival

In this blogpost, Dean Bowman (PhD student in the Department of Art, Media and American Studies, and Features Editor for gaming website Ready Up) introduces the forthcoming Games Study Day, organised in partnership between UEA and the Norwich Gaming Festival. … Continue reading

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Why Jazz (and not, say, Rock or Folk) Music for Thinking about Festival and Cultural Heritage?

This blog has been reposted with the kind permission of Prof. George McKay. ——————————- A position paper presented to the Cultural Heritage and Improvised Music in European Music Festivals (CHIME) project team meeting, Amsterdam Conservatory, February 4 2016. All team members … Continue reading

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Falling in Love with Doctor Zhivago (1965)

Melanie Williams @BritFilmMelanie Fifty years since its first appearance, David Lean’s epic Doctor Zhivago is once again winning admiration as it gets a nationwide re-release in a 4K digital restoration as the cornerstone of the BFI’s ‘Love’ season. As Guardian … Continue reading

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‘Researcher in Residence’, EFG London Jazz Festival

We are delighted to welcome to UEA for a 12-month postdoctoral research associate position Dr Emma Webster. Emma is working with Prof. George McKay on a project called The Impact and Value of Festivals, funded by AHRC as part of … Continue reading

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Anime’s Genres and Beyond

Dr. Rayna Denison, Senior Lecturer in the UEA Department of Film, Television and Media Studies, introduces her newly released book: Anime: A Critical Introduction (See here for further details!) ———————————– There’s a lot of debate about what “anime” is, and … Continue reading

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