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Ming Zhang, Chinese Slash Fiction

Slash fan fiction, a fan-generated literature centering on male-male romantic and/or erotic relationships based on characters from media texts, is widely popular in China. Unlike Western scholars who have examined… »

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Alexandra Alberda – Graphic Medicine PhD

Alexandra P. Alberda is a first year Ph.D. student in the Department of Journalism, English and Communication at Bournemouth University. She will be working towards the completion of a PhD… »

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BU’s CsJCC welcomes two new PhD students

The Centre for the Study of Journalism, Culture and Community is pleased to welcome two new students, Abir Alhayali and Confidence Uwazuruwike, who have joined BU this January to conduct… »

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Internship at the American Museum of Natural History

Kyle Waters from BU’s Faculty of Science and Technology will undertake an internship at the prestigious American Museum of Natural History in New York. Kyle will be working in the Biological Anthropology Department… »

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PhD student wins Santander award

Many congratulations to Kyle Waters from Applied Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, for winning a grant of £2,500 from the BU Graduate School Santander Mobility Awards towards a competitive… »

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Yomna Kamel: Who’s driving the Arab Spring Coverage?

Researcher: Yomna Kamel Thesis Working title: Who’s driving the Arab Spring Coverage? The Egyptian Case: Examining an Interdependency Relationship between (cyber) political activists and International News Sites: Al-Jazeera, BBC, CNN,… »

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