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Exploring the intersection between forced migration & climate change
A one-day conference hosted by the Department CMCI
Denmark is opting for UK TV rather than Scandinavian shows
Welcome to CMCI: ‘A new subject area - a vibrant, research-led department’
Become an expert in how the cultural and creative industries operate
’World leading’ and ’internationally excellent’ research impact
Explore how creative and cultural industries influence our society today
Specialising in the relationship between culture, media and the creative industries, we are a vibrant, research-led department approaching a new subject area with traditional academic rigour.
Explore through our exciting range of postgraduate degrees how creative and cultural industries such as film, the performing arts, media and publishing influence our society today.
Become an expert in how the cultural and creative industries operate, the ways in which media shapes our lives and how we, in turn, influence the media and creative sectors.
Areas of particular academic expertise represented within CMCI
100 per cent of our research impact was ranked world-leading or Internationally excellent.
Full lists of Department of Culture, Media & Creative Industries publications
1 June 2023
New exhibition exploring the intersection between forced migration, climate change and women’s…
18 May 2023
The GLoW3 artist’s programme seeks applications from artists working at the cutting-edge of emerging…
21 June 2023
Never at Sea is a creative intervention at the St Mary le Strand Church which explores the…
22 June 2023
Never at Sea is a film, sound, performance, and sculptural intervention, which explores forced…
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