BCMCR Game Cultures Research Seminars

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BCMCR Research Seminar – Game Cultures: History and Games 1600-1730 Wednesday 7 October Online event: *link to be posted on Eventbrite one hour before the event. Free registration on Eventbrite on this link Ylva Grufstedt (University of Helsinki) Factual, Counterfactual or Alternative? Historical Epistemologies in Games Alternate history, or counterfactual history – the what-if of […]

BCMCR Game Cultures Research Seminars

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BCMCR Research Seminar – Game Cultures: Work in Progress 1600-1730 Wednesday 14 October 2020 Online event: *link to be posted on Eventbrite one hour before the event. Free registration on Eventbrite on this link Our Works in Progress session will consist of a series of short (5-10 minute) presentations reporting on current research from members […]

BCMCR Game Cultures Research Seminars

Microsoft Teams

BCMCR Research Seminar – Game Cultures: Games, Alternativity and Canon 1600-1730 Wednesday 21 October 2020 Online event: *link to be posted on Eventbrite one hour before the event. Free registration on Eventbrite on this link Emma Fraser (University of Lancaster) Digital Alternatives – Video Games, Queerness, and Ruins In recent years, emerging scholarship on video […]

BCMCR Jazz Studies Research Seminars

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BCMCR Research Seminar – Jazz Studies: What’s the Alternative? Short Takes on Jazz in Crisis 1600-1730 Wednesday 28 October 2020 Online event: Please register on Eventbrite at this link; the online meeting link will be emailed out to those who sign up. Jazz is in crisis. Musicians are out of work, venues are closing, festivals […]

BCMCR Jazz Studies Research Seminars

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BCMCR Research Seminar – Jazz Studies: Work in Progress 1600-1730 Wednesday 4 November Online event: Please register on Eventbrite at this link; the online meeting link will be emailed out to those who sign up. This seminar features work-in-progress from members of the BCU jazz studies research cluster. The speakers are Rachel-Ann Charles, Lee Griffiths, […]

BCMCR Jazz Studies Research Seminars

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BCMCR Research Seminar – Jazz Studies: Connected to What? Jazz collectives as alternative practice 1600-1730 Wednesday 11 November Online event: Please register on Eventbrite at this link; the online meeting link will be emailed out to those who sign up.  This panel explores the role of collectives within the contemporary jazz scene and considers some […]

BCMCR Media and Place Research Seminars

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BCMCR Research Seminar – Media and Place: Work in Progress 1600-1730 Wednesday 18 November Online event: Please register on Eventbrite at this link; the online meeting link will be emailed out to those who sign up. Our works in Progress session will consist of a series of short (5-10 minute) presentations reporting on current research […]

BCMCR Media and Place Research Seminars

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BCMCR Research Seminar – Media and Place: Panel discussion: Challenging Euro-Centric Conceptions of Feminism in the Asia-Pacific region 1600-1730 Wednesday 25 November Online event: Please register on Eventbrite at this link; the online meeting link will be emailed out to those who sign up. While definitions and experiences of feminism vary across different parts of […]

BCMCR Media and Place Research Seminars

Online event

BCMCR Research Seminar – Media and Place: Communities and local economies – projects in development 1600-1730 Wednesday 2 December Online event: Please register on Eventbrite at this link; the online meeting link will be emailed out to those who sign up. In this session, we will present two projects in development exploring issues around communities […]

BCMCR Cultural Theory Research Seminars

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BCMCR Research Seminar – Cultural Theory – Work in Progress: Roundtable discussion on academic activism 1600-1730 Wednesday 9 December Online event: Please register on Eventbrite at this link; the online meeting link will be emailed out to those who sign up. This roundtable discussion is part of the process of developing a co-authored writing piece […]

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