The London Film and Media Reader 3
All colleagues who presented a Paper at FILM AND MEDIA 2013 are invited to submit a final version for inclusion in the planned ebook of Conference Proceedings to be published in Summer 2014.
Revised Submission Deadline: 17 January 2014.
For full details, please download 'THE LONDON FILM AND MEDIA READER 3: Notes for Contributors' below.
For a sense of what we are looking for, please have a look at our new ebooks, available for download below.
Conference Readers 2011-2012
We are pleased to announce that our first set of Conference Readers is now avilable for download below:
- The London Film and Media Reader 1
- The London Film and Media Reader 2
- The London Reader 1
- The London Reader 2
- The Understanding Britain Reader 1
We would like to make the ebooks as widely available as possible, but we inevitably face ongoing running costs in addition to the huge amounts of unpaid labour donated by our editors.
You may therefore certainly download our ebooks for free, but we naturally welcome small donations to help keep this service running!
THE LONDON FILM AND MEDIA READER 1
42 essays on 'The Cinematic Institution', 'The Regimes of Television', 'Media Identities', 'Narratives of Gender', 'Ontologies', 'Interactions' and 'Transgressions'.
455 pages, PDF, fully bookmarked.
THE LONDON FILM AND MEDIA READER 2
28 essays on 'Textualities', 'Modalities', 'Femininities', 'Masculinities', 'Crime, Violence and Horror', and 'Narratives of War'.
306 pages, PDF, fully bookmarked.
THE LONDON READER 1
17 essays on 'City on a River', 'Urban Growth', 'The East End', 'Bloomsbury', 'Migration and Settlement', 'Intercultural Connections', 'London and Europe', 'Global City', and 'Visions of Futurity'.
192 pages, PDF, fully bookmarked.
THE LONDON READER 2
13 essays on 'Cityscapes', 'Preservation and Regeneration', and 'Cultural Identities'.
157 pages, PDF, fully bookmarked.
THE UNDERSTANDING BRITAIN READER 1
10 essays on 'Cultural Identities', 'Nation, Language and Religion', and 'Institutional Perspectives'.
117 pages, PDF, fully bookmarked.
CONFERENCE EBOOKS NOW AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD!
We are delighted to announce that our first five ebooks of Conference Proceedings are now available.
Please see elsewhere on this site for your free download.
The five volumes comprise over 100 essays based on Papers from around the world presented at our 2011 and 2012 conferences:
* FILM AND MEDIA 2011
* FILM AND MEDIA 2012
* LONDONICITY 2011
* LONDONICITY 2012
* UNDERSTANDING BRITAIN 2012
(And please consider making a donation to support our voluntary labour!!)
VISIONS OF IDENTITY: British Cinema and Television Now
FILM AND MEDIA 2014 will share a common theme with a new conference we are organising under the rubric of THE LONDON SYMPOSIUM 2014.
This will be 'Visions of Identity: British Cinema and Television Now - the First Annual British Cinema and Television Conference'.
This will run alongside 'LONDONICITY 2014: The Third Annual London Studies Conference' and 'Understanding Britain 2014: The Second Annual British Studies Conference', to be held in association with New York University in London in Autumn 2014 (dates to be confirmed).
We would be delighted to accept proposals on on British Film, TV and Media to both FILM AND MEDIA 2014 and THE LONDON SYMPOSIUM 2014.