Viva 60-second interview: Dr Jerome Turner

Viva 60-second interview: Dr Jerome Turner

Hi Jerome, congratulations on passing your viva! How does it feel?! Good! It really did feel like the final but also biggest hurdle, and I’m glad to have got through it. What was your PhD title? Hyperlocal community media audiences: An ethnographic study of local social media spaces and their place in everyday life Can […]

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PGR Bloggers Wanted!

PGR Bloggers Wanted!

PGR Bloggers Wanted! I am looking for a 3 – 5 PGR students interested in contributing to a new blog about BCMCR’s Cultural Translation theme (details post-scripted below). I am after people to write short (200 – 500 word) pieces on a range of topics linked to the theme, potentially on a regular basis. This […]

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Finding the Groove: Ed McKeon

Finding the Groove: Ed McKeon

Finding the Groove by Ed McKeon My research is part-time. Part time, partitioned time, the relation of moments to a whole; and part time, about time – or rather timeliness. It’s also about a time of parts, a present ‘historical’ moment comprised of fragments that don’t fit together, don’t comprise a new whole – about an […]

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Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities: Angela English

Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities: Angela English

The DCDC17 (Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities) Conference was organised  jointly by the National Archives and Research Libraries UK  and was held at The Lowry, Salford Quays 27-29 November 2017. The   conference theme was the cultural value of collections and the creative economy. Archives, museums and libraries explored engagement with communities in a wide ranging variety […]

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