Research initiative to explore how media can help romance blossom in post-disaster environments
Media Cultures, a new research initiative that explores the role of the media in our shared cultural lives, will hold its official launch at a free public event on Thursday 16 June between 4.00-6.30pm at Bankfield House.
It will showcase some of the group’s latest cutting-edge research, as well as inviting dialogue on the role of media in areas of life as diverse as work, migration, fashion, development, and romance in post-disaster contexts.
The event will host two expert panels, special guest speakers and audience discussion – with food and a drinks reception to follow.
Media Cultures, which is organised by researchers from the University of Leicester’s Department of Media and Communication, focuses on national and international media and covers questions of access, opportunity, participation, development and social justice, offering new insights into the role of media in our shared cultural lives.