Third Audiovisual Heritage Meeting

Part of the Sadler Seminar Series 'Cinema's Past, Present and Future: A Changing Medium in an Uncertain Global Landscape'.

This half-day networking event aims to foster links between scholars at the University of Leeds (UoL) working on/with heritage and audio-visual media (film, audio recording and broadcasting).

Scholars at the UoL have been actively engaged with media heritage, demonstrating the ability to attract funding and to liaise with non-academic organisations in order to deliver impact. The goal of the event is to connect research experiences and build on such successes. This might mean developing more cross-departmental research on the topic, developing modules able to deliver excellent teaching and training, as well as creating schemes with external organisations to enhance student employability.

The event is not exclusive to staff and students of UoL, and is also of interest to scholars, professionals, and students from other institutions who may be interested in either simply joining the conversation or in developing potential collaborations with UoL researchers.

The meeting has been organised by Luca Antoniazzi (LHRI) with Alan O’Leary (CWCDC).

The Sadler Seminar project is convened by Paul Cooke (CWCDC) and Angelos Koutsourakis (CWCDC).

Location details

Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery (Sheppard Room), Parkinson Building