Category Archives: Research funding

My trip to Canada – BU Acorn Funds

In October 2018, I visited York University, Canada to meet Dr Anne F. MacLennan, Associate Professor & Chair, York University, Canada, under the Bournemouth University’s Acorn Funds scheme for Early Career Researchers. The aim of this trip was to explore the possibility of developing a collaborative research project in the field of community radio for migrants in the UK and … Continue reading

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Transnational Media Histories: Collaboration between Hamburg and Macquarie

We are excited to be part of a strategic partnership between the University of Hamburg and Macquarie University, generously funded through DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service. From 2015-18 there are 12 projects involving our two universities. Our project is entitled ‘Transnational Media Histories’. It involves a close research and teaching collaboration between Hamburg and Macquarie. It enables exchanges of … Continue reading

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EMHIS research project on entangled television histories funded

The Swedish foundation Riksbankens Jubileumsfond has recently granted EMHIS scholar Marie Cronqvist 2,3 million SEK to cover a three-year research project on the history of the transnational relations between Swedish and East German television. The purpose is to investigate the contacts, social networks, institutional frameworks and programme exchange between Sweden and the GDR in the 1970s and 1980s. The point … Continue reading

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