28 February 2008
Taking television seriously
Professor of Cultural Studies, Ann Gray, will be arguing the case for taking television seriously on Tuesday 11 March at a lecture at the University of Lincoln.
She will be addressing the cultural significance of television in relation to identity, memory and everyday life.
Whilst working as the editor of the European Journal of Cultural Studies, Professor Gray published her second book: Research Practice for Cultural Studies. In 2005, she was awarded a grant from the Arts & Humanities Research Council for her project Televising History: 1995-2010.
Professor Gray has also published widely on television, audiences and cultural theory.
Registration for the lecture takes place at 5.30pm. The event starts at 6pm in the Jackson Lecture Theatre, Brayford Campus. It is free and open to everyone.
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