London Met's Dr Ahmad Nazari has been awarded a special commendation by the British Council for his research.

London Met partners with Spanish university

Theatre and Performance Practice students take Italy by storm at the CrisisART Festival in Arezzo, Tuscany.

The Theatre and Performance Practice BA continues to foster exciting collaborations with the international industry.

Senior lecturer in translation Dr Lukasz Kaczmarek sees his work recognised in the authoritative journal, Interpreting.

London Met senior lecturer makes important contribution to recent publication in Translation Studies.

Disrupt Mag beat off the competition to win London Met Accelerator's coveted Best Brand/Most Commercial Potential Award, with cash and mentoring prizes.

President Michael D Higgins visited the University to view collections from the Archive of the Irish in Britain.

A hardworking small group of individuals came together on Saturday 23 April to create a beautiful family and environmentally friendly area full of joy and positivity.

On 06 April, Orlando von Einsiedel, director of the Oscar nominated film Virunga, visited London Met to introduce his film and answer questions from film students.

Pictured: London Met's MA Translation and Interpreting students at the United Nations headquarters in Vienna.

Dr Ahmad Nazari, no stranger to achievement, has gained a distinction in his second masters degree in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education from London Met.

Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher Karima Aziz has directed and edited a short documentary on female Polish migrant workers in the UK.

London Met's Irish Studies Centre and the Irish Literary Society jointly hosted an evening of sparkling debate on 25 January 2016.

Svetlana Stephenson: the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities academic uncovering the murky world of Russian gangs

Dr Karen McNally publishes article on Frank Sinatra in the US edition of The Conversation.

Film lecturer appears in BBC Radio 2 documentary to commemorate Frank Sinatra centenary.

London Met's Translation department worked with the European Graduate Placement Scheme (EGPS) to host a conference and placement fair for graduates of translation.

Crossing boundaries: social. cultural and ethnic minorities in community radio.

Dr Martin Murray's new book, Jacques Lacan: A Critical Introduction, has been described as "unique in its approach to introducing Lacan".

This year's Creative Writing Competition has led to the publication of an exciting anthology, with prizes awarded to talented student writers.

Performance alumna Roxy Bugler stars in a feature film to be shown at the London East End Film Festival on 8 July 2015

London Met course leader appointed co-editor of prestigious journal Business Information Review.

On 15 June 2015, Lukasz Kaczmarek, senior lecturer in translation (School of Media, Culture and Communications), delivered a speech to early career researchers.

In 2007, the University launched its University Teaching Fellowship Scheme in order to recognise excellence in teaching at London Met.

Film and Television Studies Senior Lecturer joins major new collaborative research project in Paris

Ahmed Masoud has used his experiences of Gaza to write Vanished: The Mysterious Disappearance of Mustafa Ouda.

Emeritus Professor and former Head of Caribbean Studies Clem Seecharan returns to London Met to discuss his new collection of essays.

Two BA Performing Arts graduates will perform at this year’s George Town Festival in Malaysia.

Digital Media lecturer Suzanne Cohen has facilitated a University-sponsored collaboration with a local community arts project in producing a short film.

Journalism students judged the London Met Magazine Awards

Mike Chopra-Gant has been awarded an Associateship of the Royal Photographic Society for his work on public housing.

London Metropolitan graduate debuts his new short film at the Cannes Film Festival

Creative Writing BA senior lecturer releases her fourth book through Quartet Books.

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities academic interviewed for BBC Radio 2 two-part documentary 'Sinatra on Screen'

Carolyn Hart publishes her new novel.

Anne Karpf from the University’s Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities invited to discuss Paris Attacks on the Weekend programme

Are you interested in human rights? Would you like to win a trip to a 'frozen-conflict' area?

Ehsan Khoshbakht has worked as an associate producer on a feature film co-directed by writer and filmmaker Mark Cousins, which had its London premiere at The Barbican in December.

Centre for Research into Media, Identity and Culture

The Centre for Research into Media, Identity and Culture is a vibrant hub for research and teaching in communications, cultural and media studies.

The Centre aims to encourage synergies between research and teaching and to foster excellence in the study of media, cultural formations, identities and experiences, especially in relation to social, economic and political change. It also aims to promote interdisciplinary collaborations within the School of Media, Culture and Communications and the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities.

Research in the Centre is organised around four research clusters:

  • Communications and Subjectivity
  • Film and TV: Representation, History and Practice
  • Community Media
  • Subcultures and Popular Music

Research is closely linked with postgraduate taught provision via masters programmes in Digital Media and Creative, Digital and Professional Writing, as well as PhD training and supervision.

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Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
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London Metropolitan University
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