Monday, 28 April 2008

A Summer of Conferences...

Intellect has an exciting summer planned as we prepare to attend these topical conferences:

We are attending the 2008 International Communication Association conference. The event takes place between the 22nd-26th of May in Montreal and promises to provide an interesting forum for debate on all aspects of communication. The 58th annual conference will include over 425 presentations to be attended by 2,200 scholars. This year’s ICA conferences theme is ‘Communicating for Social Impact’, and the variety of speakers will ensure that the many angles on this theme are well covered! To view the conference program, to register and become a member of ICA go to:
The conference will be held at: Le Centre Sheraton Hotel, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

MeCCSA Postgraduate conference
Intellect will be in attendance at the 5th Media Communications and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA) Postgraduate Network conference! The conference is an opportunity for postgraduates to showcase their own research and discuss these ideas in an intellectual environment. Intellect’s presence at the event will be a brilliant opportunity for postgraduates and other academics to find out what Intellect has to offer! To find out more visit the MeCCSA website:
The conference takes place from Tuesday 1st July to Wednesday 2nd of July 2008 and will be held at The University of Sussex, Brighton, UK.

Screen Studies Conference
Following the MeCCSA conference Intellect will be hotfooting it to Glasgow for the Screen Studies Conference taking place from the 4th to the 6th of July 2008. Screen journal organise the conference as a forum for debate on areas of cinematic and televisual interest. The theme for the 17th international conference will be ‘Sound and Music in Film, TV and Video’ and keynote speakers include: Claudia Gorbmann, Stan Link and Will Straw. For more information on this exciting conference, visit the website:
The event is being held at: Gilmorehill Centre, University of Glasgow, UK.

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