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All Campuses will now be closed for teaching and social activities
Following the clear imperative in the latest government advice to avoid all non-essential contact with others and avoid unnecessary travel, the decision has been made to suspend all teaching and social activities on campus and to close all libraries, sports facilities, theatres, catering facilities and cancel events.
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Irish Screen Studies Seminar 2020
Ulster University, Magee Campus (Derry), is pleased to host the 16th annual Irish Screen Studies Seminar.
The Irish Screen Studies Seminar provides a unique platform for the presentation of new work – research, practice, and research through practice – by scholars and filmmakers from third-level institutions in Ireland, as well as those working on Irish screen-related topics in other universities and colleges worldwide.
The seminar is aimed at academic researchers and practitioners in film and screen cultures in the broadest sense, touching on audio, film, television, digital media, trans-media, gaming and related interdisciplinary activity.
The ISSS actively promotes the exchange of ideas and offers postgraduate and early career researchers and practitioners an ideal opportunity to present evolving screen-related research and practice in a constructive and encouraging forum.
Conference papers will be archived on the Irish Screen Studies website.
We are delighted to announce that the keynote speakers for the conference will be
- renowned film theorist Professor John Hill
- Professor of Film Studies at Royal Holloway London
- Dr. Liz Greene, Reader in Film and Sonic Arts at Liverpool John Moores University.
Call for Papers
We invite proposals in all areas of film and screen research and/or practice.
To submit an abstract/proposal, please email 250 words and a short bio to ISS2020seminar@gmail.com by 21 March 2020.