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Media and communication in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Our philosophy

Our subject team is just over a decade old, and is therefore, young, dynamic, and willing to do things differently. The programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels are delivered by active researchers whose interests range across issues concerning new media, contemporary identities and the relationship between media and politics, some of whom are also practitioners from the fields of journalism and digital media.

Prominent names in the field, such as the well-known journalist and broadcaster Samira Ahmed (our Visiting Professor in Media in 2013-14) provide lectures for students.

Students on media and communication programmes come from a wide variety of academic and social backgrounds, from all over the world.

The curriculum is enriched by regular guest lectures and workshops with media practitioners and professionals and also a series of research workshops which extend and support students' own practice in research design, methods and presentation.

Media and communication events

A Clockwork Symposium:  A Clockwork Orange - new perspectives

A Clockwork Symposium: A Clockwork Orange - new perspectives

Thursday 1 November - Friday 2 November 2018

Contact us

Head of Department of Journalism, Publishing and Media: Beth Brewster.

Department of Journalism, Publishing and Media undergraduate course administrator: Karen Hobbs.

Department of Journalism, Publishing and Media postgraduate course administrator: Kathryn Davies.

Department of Journalism, Publishing and Media

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
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