FILM AND MEDIA 2012: Final Draft Conference Schedule

THE LONDON SYMPOSIUM 2012 Final Outline Conference Schedule
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THE LONDON SYMPOSIUM 2012 Advisory Notes for Speakers & Chairs
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Following the great success of FILM AND MEDIA 2011, we are delighted to confirm that FILM AND MEDIA 2012: The Second Annual London Film and Media Conference, will take place as follows.

 

DATES

09.00h Friday 22 June - 16.30h Sunday 24 June 2012

 

VENUE

Institute of Education

University of London

20 Bedford Way

London WC1

United Kingdom.

 

FILM AND MEDIA 2012 will again run concurrently with our sister event, LONDONICITY 2012: The Second Annual London Studies Conference - and with our new event, UNDERSTANDING BRITAIN 2012: The First Annual British Studies Conference.

 

FILM AND MEDIA 2012 and THE LONDON SYMPOSIUM 2012

 

The overall event, comprising the three linked conferences, will be known, for the sake of simplicity, as THE LONDON SYMPOSIUM 2012.


We are delighted to announce that nearly 220 Speakers, from more than 30 countries, have registered for THE LONDON SYMPOSIUM 2012.



FINAL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

 

Our FINAL CONFERENCE SCHEDULE appears above as a downloadable PDF.  

 

The full final version, with complete  names, institutional affiliations, Abstracts, and room assignments will be published in the hard copy Conference Programme, available to Speakers and Delegates at the event.

 

Speaker details can currently be seen in the comprehensive A-Z listing of Registered Speakers elsewhere on this site.

 

Participants should also refer to the 'Advisory Notes for Speakers and Chairpersons' available above.

 

THE LONDON FILM AND MEDIA READER 4 now available for download!

We are delighted to announce that our latest ebook - The London Film and Media Reader 4 - is now available. 

 

Please see the next page on this site for your download.

 

Enjoy!

 

(And please consider making a donation to support our high levels of voluntary labour!)