It may be summer, and the campus may be (relatively) empty, students far away, lecturers off doing research, but we here at the GWW are hard at work, and there are a lot of exciting things brewing over the summer—some already launched and others to look out for in the coming academic year. SERG Partnership …
On September 30th, Alex Forbes, a Ph.D. Candidate in Film & Visual Culture at the University of Aberdeen, presented a talk entitled “Euro-Visions: Post-89 Cinema and the (In)visibility of the Migrant.”
In the latest GWW podcast, Dr Michael Cowan talks to Paul Flaig about the long and complex relationship between cinema and advertising.
GWW discusses Christmas, capitalism and angels in cinema with David Law and Alan Marcus.
GWW talks to Professor Laurence Grove about searching for the world’s first comic.
In the latest GWW podcast, Prof. Sarah Senk discusses trauma theory and developing modes of witness in the digital age with Dr. Paul Flaig.
Director of the George Washington Wilson Centre, Professor Ed Welch, speaks to writer and photographer John Perivolaris about a new project that engages with the photographic work of George Washington Wilson.