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      About the Centre


      News:

      Newsletter - Spring 05

      Newsletter - Summer 04

      Newsletter - Winter 03/04

       

      Centre resources:

      Moving History: an online guide to UK film and television archives in the public sector
      University of Brighton - South East Film and Video Archive


      British Artists'
      Film and Video Study Collection

      at Central Saint Martins
      College of Art and Design



      Research reports:

      Film and Broadcasting Policy submissions

      Dufaycolor - the spectacle of reality and British national cinema

      Broadcasting, Citizens' Rights and Social Cohesion: A Response to the White Paper ?A New Future for Communications?

       

      Recent events:

      Postgraduate Training Event on FILM AND BROADCASTING POLICY
      19-20 May - Lincoln


      Postgraduate Training Event on
      REGIONAL AND NATIONAL FILM AND TELEVISION
      21 April - Dublin


      Postgraduate Training Event on
      BRITISH SILENT CINEMA
      7-10 April - Nottingham


      Film Begets Digital

      A day of screenings and discussion

      26 February 2005
      Birkbeck, University of London


      Postgraduate Training Event on
      PRACTICE-BASED RESEARCH IN THE AUDIOVISUAL AND DIGITAL FIELD
      25 February - London


      Off-Screen Spaces: Regionalism and Globalised Cultures
      28-30 July 2004
      University of Ulster, Coleraine - Portrush Campus


      Postgraduate Training Event on
      BRITISH SILENT CINEMA
      15-18 April 2004
      Part of the British Silent Cinema Festival, Broadway Media Centre, Nottingham


      Postgraduate Training Event on RESEARCHING NATIONAL AND REGIONAL FILM AND TELEVISION
      29 April 2004
      University of Ulster, Coleraine


      Getting It Made

      27 March 2004
      Tate Britain


      Film History In Question

      Friday, 21 November 2003
      Senate House, University of London



      Multimedia Histories:
      From the Magic Lantern to the Internet
      21-23 July 2003
      University of Exeter



      Postgraduate Training Event on Communications Policy (Film, Television, Telecomms)
      13-14 March 2003
      Birkbeck, University of London


      Postgraduate Training Day and
      The World in 1900 Study Day

      24-25 January 2003
      Birkbeck, University of London and
      National Film Theatre


      PUBLIC MEETING: WATCH OUT! New Rules for TV and Radio
      3 December 2002
      Showroom Cinema, Sheffield.


      Films Beget Films
      22-23 November 2002
      Royal College of Art

       

       


      Partners
      Birkbeck, University of London
      University of Brighton - South East Film and Video Archive
      British Film Institute
      Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London
      University of Exeter - Bill Douglas Centre
      University of Lincoln
      Royal College of Art
      University of Ulster


      Centre address
      Room 102, Birkbeck, 43 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PD
      Telephone +44 (0) 20 7631 6137, Facsimile +44 (0) 20 7631 6136
      centre@

         
       

       

      The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funds postgraduate training and research in the arts and humanities, from archaeology and English literature to design and dance. AHRC Research Centres provide a focus for collaborative research in areas of strategic importance. Although the social and natural sciences have long had access to funding to establish centres of research expertise, it was not until the launch of the AHRC’s Research Centres Scheme that researchers in the arts and humanities have benefited from a similar opportunity. For further information please see pg slot ฝาก 100 รับ100 วอ เลท


       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       





       



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