RMeS RMa Course: Trending Topics 2016

Trending Topics

February – April 2016
Each spring, the Research School for Media Studies offers a Trending Topics course where faculty members from eight participating universities (UvA, UU, VU, EUR, UL, UM, RUG, RUN) present the latest research in their fields of interest, in a series of lectures and workshops

RMeS RMa Tutorials 2015-16: University of Amsterdam


Dates: see below Venue: University of Amsterdam Open to: First and second year research master students in Media Studies and related fields, registered with RMeS Offered by: the Research School for Media Studies (RMeS), as part of the RMa curriculum Credits: 6 ECTS Registration: register before 1 February, 2016. Amount of participants is limited. Register here When…  Read more →

PhD defence: Bram Hendrawan (Utrecht University)

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Televising Locality: Industrial, historical and socio-cultural investigations of local television in post-authoritarian Indonesia Date: November 20, 2015 16:15 Venue: Senaatzaal, Academiegebouw, Domplein 29, Utrecht Promotors: Prof. dr. William Uricchio (Universiteit Utrecht), Prof. dr. Ben Arps (Universiteit Leiden)& Prof. dr. Eggo Müller (Universiteit Utrecht) Abstract Since the turn of the millennium the Indonesian television landscape has…  Read more →

Masterclass: Edwin Jurriëns (University of Melbourne, Australia)

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Video Vanguard: Towards an Ecology of Indonesian Visual Culture Utrecht University’s Centre for Television in Transition, in collaboration with Research School for Media Studies, invites to a master class by an Indonesian expert: Edwin Jurriëns, MELBOURNE, UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE Thursday, November 19, 2 – 5 p.m. Room 0.06, Janskerkhof 13 , Utrecht University Deadline for…  Read more →

RMeS Winterschool & Graduate Symposium 2015-16 – University of Groningen


January 27 & 28, 2016
PhD’s are kindly asked to submit an abstract of their paper presentation. This may regard a chapter of your dissertation, a draft for an article, or a write-up of research results, which you would like to discuss with your peers.

Lecture and Masterclass by Catherine Grant


26- 27 November 2015
Focusing on a number of videographic explorations of matters of film editing (including several of her own), Grant’s talk will ask what such practical, digital and audiovisual modes of research and presentation — ones which themselves evidently turn on editing — might add to the study of a cinematic feature that (with a number of key exceptions) has not received much sustained attention to date in written film scholarship

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