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February 2013, Week 2


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Sun, 10 Feb 2013 20:34:22 +0000
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Please distribute
We welcome those who might want to attend, particularly anyone who is thinking of applying for an MA or PhD.

Looking Beyond Leveson: Media Regulation Past, Present and Future

Film, Television and Media Study Day

University of East Anglia, Thursday 21/02/2013, CD Annex 0.01

(provisional schedule)

10:30: Opening Address
Shane Brown, Paul Frith

10:40 Panel 1

Kristiene Clarke “Doing Rude Things: The History of the British Sex Film 1957 – 1985” (Includes Short Film)
11.30: Break
11:45 Panel 2

Mark Jancovich  "Horror, Censorship and Realism in the 1940s"

Tim Snelson “‘Shock - A Film to Be Shocked About’: The Psychiatric Profession's Interventions into Post-War Hollywood”

Ellen Wright  “Sex, Censorship and Female Stars in 1930s and 1940s Hollywood”

13:00 Lunch
14:00 Panel 3

Martin Barker (Via Video) “Knowledge-U-Like: The BBFC and its Research”
Phyll Smith “Sexualisation of Young People Review, 2010. A brief criticism”

15:00 Break
15.15: Panel 4

Despoina Mantziari  “Censoring the Female Body: The 'Rule of Modesty' in Post-revolutionary Iranian Cinema”
Fillipa Antunes “Questioning the System: The Watcher in the Woods a Disney Horror Story”
16.15: Closing address

Professor Mark Jancovich
Associate Dean for Research, HUM
Film, Television and Media Studies
University of East Anglia
Norwich NR4 7TJ
Tel: 01603 592787

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