UCS Journalism seminar schedule

Below is the past, present and future of the UCS Journalism seminar schedule (updated after end of term).
All welcome; please mail D.ben-Aaron@ucs.ac.uk if you want to be put on the mailing list for the exact time and room each week – generally however you’ll find us starting between 5:30 pm and 6 pm in Lecture Theatre 3 in the arts complex.

 

May 1 2013 – Lecture: Jon Kingsbury, NESTA
 “How Hyperlocal and Mobile Media Are Transforming News Consumption”

 

Sept 3 2013 – Film and discussion: All the President’s Men

 

Sept 11 2013 – David RandallThe Universal Journalist
“How to Be a Great Journalist – and Why Most Journalists Are Not”

 

Sept 17 2013 – Film and discussion: The September Issue
Discussant: UCS head of Arts Division Carol Brown

 

Sept 24 2013 – Telefilm and discussion: The Wire (excerpts from Season 5)
Mingling at Waterfront Gallery arts opening

 

Oct 1 2013 – No event. Students busy with Literary Ipswich activities

 

Oct 8 2013 – Dr. Jonathan Richmond, transportation/development studies/arts writer
“Approaches to Corruption and Mismanagement in Developing Countries:
A Briefing Book for Nonprofits, Aid Workers and Journalists”

 

Oct 15 2013 – Telefilm and discussion: Field of Blood
Discussant: Jonathan Buss, longtime managing editor of regional papers, Johnston Press, and earlier crime writer on the Brighton Argus
(now studying in UCS history department)

 

Oct 22 2013 – Telefilm and discussion: McCullin 
Discussant: Matthew Andrew, UCS MA Photography course leader

 

Nov 5 2013 – Telefilm: Field of Blood Part Two

 

Nov 12 2013 – Film and discussion: My Architect, documentary  by Nathaniel Kahn
Discussant: Dr. Fidel Meraz, UCS course leader for Interior Architecture and Design
Joint event with Interior Architecture and Design

 

Nov 19 2013 – No event. BBC-related speaker at all-university event this evening

 

Nov 26 2013 – Terry Hunt, editor in chief, East Anglian Daily Times & Ipswich Star
“Local Media – Past, Present and Future”

 

Dec 10 2013 – Film and discussion: Brazil, directed by Terry Gilliam
Discussant: Dr. Fidel Meraz, UCS course leader for Interior Architecture and Design
Joint event with Interior Architecture and Design

Jan 21 2014 – Film and discussion: Helvetica directed by Gary Hustwit
Discussant: Nigel Ball, UCS course leader for Graphic Design
Joint event with Graphic Design