Screen Studies Conference
The next Screen conference will take place online, from Friday 25th June to Sunday 27th June 2021. The programme includes papers on a wide range of topics within screen studies, as well as a thematic strand focusing on the impact upon screen-based media, ideas and practice of calls across academia and beyond to decolonise, de-centre or de-Westernise established creative canons and intellectual approaches.
In addition to talks and discussions, the programme includes a reception event, short film screenings and the award of the Screen essay prize.
Our confirmed keynote speakers are:
- Professor Priya Jaikumar, University of Southern California;
- Professor Song Hwee Lim, Chinese University of Hong Kong;
- Professor Ravi Vasudevan, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi.
Registration is open at the link below, and will close on Sunday, 13 June, 11.30pm (BST).
Fees cost £40 waged, and £20 student/unwaged. Please select the appropriate ticket category, selecting "speaker" only if you have been invited to deliver a paper.
The schedule has been designed with an international audience in mind. Timings are (in BST), Friday, 10am-4.45pm; Saturday 1-8.45pm; Sunday 9am-3.15pm.
The schedule and full list of papers can be downloaded at right. These versions were generated on 25 May, so are subject to minor changes before the conference. The confirmed programme, including joining instructions, will be circulated to delegates week commencing 14 June.