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Symposium on the Gendered Politics of Production: Girls and Women as Media Producers

A FemGenSex Symposium

June 16

Middlesex University

A one-day symposium exploring women and girls as producers of a variety of media texts, including film, television, music, and new media. 110 more words

News & Announcements

US Ambassador to Malta supports the abusive construction of AUM on public land

It has just occurred to me that Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley, US Ambassador to Malta, was present at the press conference relating to the signing of this ‘American University of Malta’. 332 more words

Malta

'Tradisi'

2015 North London Literary Festival Writing Competition Winner

BY NADIA MAHMUD,
Middlesex University Creative Writing Student

Tradisi

My mother donned the Kebaya with such ease, 83 more words

North London Lit Fest

wheezd reblogged this on The Enthusiast and commented:

**Something I submitted and won (!!!) for the North London Lit Fest =)

Why do some people develop depression?

Mental health has become a prominent topic of discussion in this year’s general election campaign, with Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg pledging “equality for people with mental health issues” and £3.5 billion of additional funding for care. 478 more words

Research

MDA3300: Module feedback

I have throughly enjoyed the module MDA3300: Research and Context and have found it to be particularly useful in fuelling my reflection process and tying up all of what I have learnt in the last three years. 248 more words

BA Film.

Democracy Conference 2015

Centre for Ideas, Middlesex University London
C219-C220 Executive Boardroom, The College Building, The Burroughs, Hendon NW4 4BT

Time: 10.00am – 5.00pm
Date: 28th May 2015… 419 more words

Middlesex University

General election 2015: does it matter that Ed Miliband looks weird?

Martin McGrath worked for twenty years in journalism and public relations, primarily for British trade unions, before joining Middlesex University in 2014-15 as a Lecturer in Media and PR. 1,573 more words

Politics