The book examines the internal and external dynamics which are shaping the work of foreign correspondents reporting on an increasingly assertive China.
Melanie Bell wins British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies award for best journal article
This article recovers the little known area of women’s soundwork in British film, with particular emphasis on foley sound and the career of Beryl Mortimer.
Tom Jackson and Scott Mc Laughlin have been awarded funding from the Cross-Disciplinary Innovation Fund, provided by Leeds Museums and Galleries and the Cultural Institute at the University of Leeds.
The School of Media and Communication has won three Partnership Awards. The awards celebrate the achievements, commitment and impact of exceptional staff and students at the University of Leeds.
How can we work with children and young people to improve mental health outcomes through cultural participation?