With the fall of the Cold War, the subsequent advancement of the liberal world order and the expansion of neo-liberal political economy across political regimes was legitimised by Western diplomatic... »
In June 2018, the Annual International Graphic Novel and Comics Conference will be returning to Bournemouth University! After many previous successful conferences (Manchester Metropolitan University, Dundee University, Glasgow University, the... »
Professor Barry Richards’ latest book: What Holds us Together: Popular Culture and Social Cohesion (Karnac Books) has been published. The book is published as part of the Psychoanalysis and Popular Culture book... »
Dr Helen Haywood and Dr Richard Scullion have had a paper titled ‘It’s quite difficult letting them go, isn’t it?’ UK parents’ experiences of their child’s higher education choice process... »
Bournemouth University’s (BU) research has been recognised as world-leading in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF). The REF assesses the quality and impact of research at all UK higher education... »
Media Education Research Journal issue 5.1, guest edited by the DaRE research collaborative (UCL Institute of Education and BFI) on the theme of Digital Media / Arts has been published.... »
Using animation to communicate the unpredictable dynamics of an infection transmission.
A counter-narrative to animation in Western popular culture.
Secret things happen in hidden corners of the UK. Associate Professor of Art and Media Practice Neal White visited them...
Virtual reality enabled BU academics to model truly genuine responses in emergencies and violent encounters.
Bournemouth University (BU) is proud to be a part of an exciting project, aimed at improving the quality of life for people with physical and learning disabilities. The SHIVA Project... »
David Sweeney from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) visited Bournemouth University yesterday to answer questions on the contentious new framework for assessing the quality of an institution’s... »
At a reception at St James’s Palace, London, BU was recognised for its contribution to world-leading excellence and pioneering development in computer animation. The Queen’s Anniversary Prizes form part of... »
Bournemouth University (BU) has been praised in Parliament as one of the leading digital media centres in the world. The comments came from the Minister for Communication, Culture and the... »
Nothing demonstrates the NCCA’s motto of merging science and art quite like the work demonstrated by Professor Nadia Thalmann in her guest lecture ‘Simulating the complexities of human bodies’. Professor... »
Star Wars producer Gary Kurtz and Chief Executive of Film London, Adrian Wootton thrashed out the pros and cons of 3D in a topical debate chaired by comedian Phill Jupitus.... »
BU academics are celebrating after achieving their best ever results in the national Research Assessment Exercise (RAE). Bournemouth is placed 65th amongst UK universities according to the Research Research league... »
BU’s world renowned Media School will receive half of close to £6 million awarded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to establish a new Industrial Doctorate Centre... »
BU Research Fellows Vicki Isley and Paul Smith are using live snails to send emails as part of a ‘slow art’ project aimed at encouraging people to explore notions of... »
BU’s computer animation experts have been awarded a prestigious grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to support a three-year project linking animation to psychology. Professor Jian... »
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