Video recordings of CRCC Seminar Series Semester 2 2020-21

We are delighted to provide access to video recordings of all the events held as part of our Seminar Series during Semester 2 of 2020-21. The recordings of the seminars held in Semester 1 can be found here. “Revealing Culture as Constitutive Practice: EM/CA as an unmasking of Tacit and Taken-for-Granted in Interaction Orders of […]

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Videos of “Covid, Communication and Culture: Research Insights and Policy Solutions”

On the 12th of May 2021, the Centre for Research in Communication and Culture hosted an interdisciplinary research and policy event to discuss innovative work that helps understand how different aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic are affecting and being affected by various facets of communication and culture. We are now delighted to release the video […]

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Covid, Communication and Culture: Research Insights and Policy Solutions

The Centre for Research in Communication and Culture is pleased to announce a research event to discuss innovative work that helps understand how different aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic are affecting and being affected by various facets of communication and culture. Our research also makes a distinctive contribution to identifying policy solutions required to address […]

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Video recordings of CRCC Seminar Series Semester 1 2020-21

We are delighted to provide access to video recordings of all the events held as part of our Seminar Series during Semester 1 of 2020-21. “The Clamour of Nationalism: Race, nation and leftist complicities“, by Professor Sivamohan Valluvan, The University of Warwick. “Right-wing Populism in the West: The New Nationalism Revisited“, by Professor Daphne Halikiopoulou, […]

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#LboroAppliedAI Seminars Semester 2, 2021

We are continuing our series of #LboroAppliedAI online sessions this Semester! The series is organized by Dr Lise Jaillant and Dr Valerie Pinfield and sponsored by the Centre for Research in Communication and Culture. The objective is to bring together colleagues and PGRs who are interested in Artificial Intelligence and its applications in a wide range of […]

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Call for papers for an edited collection on ‘Cultures of Authenticity’

Following the successful webinar series, hosted by Loughborough University this autumn, we are now seeking contribution for an edited collection on the topic of ‘authenticity’ Editors: Marie Heřmanová, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Michael Skey and Thomas Thurnell-Read, Loughborough University, UK A widespread fascination with the authentic is said to have emerged as […]

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Announcing the #LboroAppliedAI initiative

#LboroAppliedAI is an interdisciplinary initiative promoted by the Digital Humanities research group DH@Lboro, in partnership with the Centre for Research in Communication and Culture (CRCC). The series will include four online workshops for an interdisciplinary audience of colleagues who are interested in Applied AI. The online workshops will bring together people in several Schools and […]

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Cultures of Authenticity: An interdisciplinary webinar series

Authenticity has become a buzzword for our times. Much of the travel industry is built around the provision of ‘authentic’ experiences, global brands fight to be seen as ‘authentic’ and social media platforms are awash with arguments about the authenticity of this post or that vlogger. But what we do mean by authenticity? And why […]

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“Of Moguls, Monsters and Men”: Annual Communication and Media Lecture by Professor Karen Boyle

We are happy to announce the 2nd Annual Communication and Media lecture, to be held on the 11th of February from 4-6pm in the James Frances Building (CC.0.21) at Loughborough University. Feminist theory on the inter-relationship of gender and violence is built on an understanding that violence and sexual domination are inherent in dominant and […]

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Upcoming PhD Workshop “Populism, Discourse, Radical Democracy”, Loughborough University

Note: due to the restrictions caused by COVID-19, this workshop has been postponed. We will announce a new date for the next academic year as soon as the circumstances allow it. Once at the theoretical margins of political science, the ‘Essex School’ of discourse analysis inspired by the pioneering work of Ernesto Laclau and Chantal […]

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