A short blog about the Sadler Seminar 'Can the Subaltern speak online? The potential for audio-visual media for advocacy and resistance on the Internet'.
An international group of academics, practitioners and NGO workers met at The University of Leeds to explore participatory arts, international development & cultural identity.
Join researchers from the School of Media and Communications and the School of Languages, Cultures & Societies as they explore what ‘the digital’ means and how they might widen each others’ horizons. Starts at 5:30 pm.
This session considers the achievements, potential and also the problems with digital and quantitative approaches to the study of film and audiences, and to new and social media. Starts at 12:30 pm.
Contemporary Latin American cultural production, especially online, and more broadly digital, works, as well as more traditional works of literature & film. Questions of race, ethnicity and gender.
Researcher exploring the audiovisual and oral heritage and its capacity to interrelate with our visual memory and spatiality. Impact of digital tools that enable a broader fruition of this heritage.