12th November RIP Seminar

This week we have:


announce

  • Adrian John Smith

‘Dolls of Vice: Eurotica repackaged for early 1960s British audiences’     [10 min update]

 

  • Corinna Schäfer

‘A colonial web of identities, places and communication infrastructure: the German settler press as precarious media in Africa, 1898-1916’    [10 min update]

 

  • Mark Margaretten

‘Those Magnificent MPs and their Twitter Machine. Locating voice and democratic legitimacy within a skeptical discursive arena, 2010-2014’     [20 min paper]

 

  • Ryan Burns

‘Next-generation affordances’      [20 min paper ]

 

 

Hope to see you on Wednesday!

Best wishes from the PhD seminar team [Oscar, Nicola and Mike]

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