[csaa-forum] Television, Popular Memory and the Nation: A one-day symposium at the University of Wollongong, 7 November 2012

Alan McKee a.mckee at qut.edu.au
Thu Sep 27 13:58:03 CST 2012

Television, Popular Memory and the Nation
A one-day symposium supported by the Australian Research Council
University of Wollongong, 7 November 2012
9.45am – 4pm

The University of Wollongong is hosting a one-day symposium investigating the relationship between television, popular memory and nation building. The symposium will be structured around three panels: Television and the nation, Television and the institutions of memory, and What is television? Panelists will not present formal papers but will engage in discussion around key questions with other panelists and with the audience.
Panelists include John Hartley, Graeme Turner, Sue Turnbull, Alan McKee and Chris Healy.
Participation in the audience is free, but RSVPs are essential for catering purposes.
To RSVP, or for more information, please contact Stephanie Hanson on shanson at uow.edu.au
This symposium is funded by the ARC Discovery project DP0879596 Australian television and popular memory: new approaches to the cultural history of the media in the project of nation-building.

Alan McKee, PhD
Professor, Creative Industries
Queensland University of Technology
Tel: +61 7 3138 8235

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