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Recent News & Updates

Thank you for attending the Diversity Summit and representing the MFJS department! We are a department committed to diversifying media work and media representations, and your support of this effort helps to create a welcoming climate for all persons.

Upcoming events:

Co-sponsoring with the Department of Religious Studies, lecture with Dr. Anthea Butler of U of Penn on Thursday, February 12 at 7 PM, 2015, at Anderson Commons in the room across from the coffee hope.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for Dr. Butler’s lecture.

Dr. Helle Strandgaard Jensen of the U of Copenhagen will discuss “Kermit the Frog didn’t ‘translate’ in Scandinavian tv and how they modified him” on Tuesday, February 17 at 4:30 PM, 2015, in the MFJS building.
CLICK HERE to REGISTER for Dr. Jensen’s lecture.

A backstage VIP dinner at  a lecture featuring Dr. Alice Marwick on Tuesday, February 24 at 6pm, 2015, in the Newman Concert Hall. As part of the University’s Bridges to the Future series, Transforming Media: New Realities of the Digital Age.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for Dr. Marwick’s lecture.

Dr. Nadia Kaneva of MFJS will talk about “From Communist Amazons to Sexy Robots? Women, Media, and Cultural Change in the Post-Communist World.” on  Thursday, March 12 at 4:30pm, 2015, in Lindsay Auditorium of Sturm Hall.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER for Dr. Kaneva’s lecture.

Please register for each event separately so we can save a seat for you. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Lynn Schofield Clark or Dresden Romero. Thank you!