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Moose meatloaf anyone?

10th – 13th November, Häckeberga Slott (Lund), Sweden We were fortunate to find ourselves in the picturesque settings provided by the Häckeberga Slott, where the fifth forum of the Entangled Media Histories’ research and teaching network was being staged in November. Marie and Patrik as the primary organisers of the EMHIS V forum aimed to create a highly inclusive environment … Continue reading

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Forum 5 at Häckeberga castle

Next week the fifth EMHIS forum will take place at Häckeberga castle, just outside Lund. The focus this time is to give feedback on texts from the various  research projects that is in the making. Click here for a detailed programme.

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EMHIS: The Anglo-Swedish congregation in Lund

A delegation of Media History researchers from Bournemouth University recently visited the University of Lund in Sweden from Monday 2nd to 6th March. The aim of this visit was to engage in the study sessions related to individual research projects, as well as participating in a one-day workshop on ‘Media History – Interpreting Sources’. It was a really invigorating experience … Continue reading

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Talking about historical audience research at EMHIS III in Hamburg

Between November 25th and 29th, 2014 the third forum of the “Entangled Media Histories”-network took place in Hamburg. Once again, after our initial workshop in late 2013, we had the great pleasure to meet in the premises of the Hans-Bredow-Institute for Media Research near the Campus of Hamburg University. The main focus of the workshop was on transnational audiences and … Continue reading

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