Prof Herman Wasserman was recently invited to form part of an international expert panel which was brought together to provide input into a media ethical code for a proposed Media Hub in Doha, Qatar.
Prof Adam Haupt joined his co-editor, Dr Quentin Williams (University of the Western Cape), and artists King Voue (Bradley Lodewyk) as well as Eavesdrop (aka Monishia Schoeman) for a book talk and EP launch at Minor Cosmopolitanisms Weekend, a conference hosted at Haus der Kulturen der Welt (6-9 December, 2018) by University of Potsdam, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin and Freie Universität, Berlin.
Prof Herman Wasserman, Director of the Centre for Film and Media Studies at the University of Cape Town, recently visited the School of Journalism and Mass Communication of St Petersburg State University, Russia.
The School of Information and Communication Studies of the University of Ghana, in collaboration with the International Communication Association (ICA) was hosting the 2018 Regional ICA conference on the theme African Digital Cultures: Emerging research, practices and innovations.
On Friday 26 October 2018, Three Honours CFMS film productions were screened at the New Lecture Theatre, UCT Upper Campus.
Join us on Thursday 8 November 2018 at 12H00 in AC Jordan 4A for a seminar by CFMS "Why Films Studies Needs More Fine-Grained Emotions Terms... and Why Phenomenology Might Help".
On Saturday 27 October 2018, third-year CFMS film productions were screened at the New Lecture Theatre, UCT Upper Campus.
Join us on Friday 26 October 2018 at 9H00 in AC Jordan 4B for the 2018 CFMS Postgraduate Colloquium.
Join us on Tuesday 23 October 2018 at 13H00 in AC Jordan 4A for a seminar by CFMS "Watching Date My Family with a side serving of Twitter: Analysing South African television through social media"
Join us on Friday 19 October at 18:00 in AC Jordan Room 4A for the launch of In the Jaws of the Crocodile.
Join us on Wednesday 17th October 2018 at 16:00 in AC Jordan Room 2F for a panel discussion titled "The state of political journalism in a changing South Africa".