Gender, Media and Generations: A workshop for postgraduate researchers across CHASE Gender, Media and Generations: A workshop for postgraduate researchers across CHASE

Gender, Media and Generations: A workshop for postgraduate researchers across CHASE

Open University, Camden, London – 25th January 2013     

In this inaugural workshop of the Gender, Media and Generations postgraduate network, we would like to invite papers from PhD and MPhil researchers from across CHASE (Courtauld, Essex, Goldsmiths, Kent, the OU, Sussex and the UEA) to present any aspect of their research on the relationship(s) between media, gender and generation.

Confirmed keynote speakers:
Professor Beverley Skeggs (Goldsmiths) and Professor Yvonne Tasker (UEA)

Call for Papers

Topics of presentation could include, but are by no means limited to:

  • Gendered representations of aging
  • Tweens as audiences
  • Young people and media effects
  • Middle-aged women as media audiences
  • Trans- teenagers on television.
  • Nostalgia and music consumption
  • New media and ageing audiences. 
  • Experiences of age and gender within subcultures.

Or indeed any combination of the above!

Download a copy of the Call for Papers

The deadline for abstracts is 7th December 2012, please send a short bio and 200 word abstract to v.cann@uea.ac.uk. Please note that those wishing to present must be affiliated with a CHASE consortium institution.

Registration

Registration is now open to all delegates who wish to register. Please download and complete a form below and return as outlined before the deadline. Places are limited so register early to avoid disappointment. 

Download a Registration Form (Word) | Download a Registration Form (PDF)

Registration fee - £10

Registration Deadline - Friday 11 January 2013

LIMITED LATE SPACES STILL AVAILABLE

There are a limited number of travel bursaries available, funded by the FWSA. To apply for one of these bursaries please download and complete an Application Form (Word)

For any further information please email v.cann@uea.ac.uk

The inaugural workshop has been kindly supported by the FWSA and the University of East Anglia's Engagement, Enterprise and Employability Grant.