Saturday, November 19, 2016

SCREENING PROTEST: (tele)visual narratives of dissent across time, space and genre

The problem of representation at the heart of contemporary societies is double-edged, with both political elites and professional journalists challenged by rebellion in politics, revolution in communication technology and blurred borders. The Screening Protest project brings together political science, media studies and critical visual art perspectives to explore this problem through three studies, comparing mediations of political dissent across time, space and narrative genre. Read more about the project and follow our progress on this site.

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