Department of Media and Communications
We live in a time when markets, human relationships, and cultural values are permeated by the media and flows of communication, organised and understood through the work of media and communications professionals, entrepreneurs, NGOs, and activists. From the news, opinion or entertainment we consume, to the information and stories we share, media and communications help us to make sense of who we are, where we are, and our connection with others.
Professor James Der Derian Interview on "A battle for hearts and minds: Who's winning Gaza's social media war?"
Gaza conflict: All the latest news and developments As violence continues in Gaza, social media has become a secondary battleground, with both Israel and Hamas using Twitter to get their messages across. But who is winning the social media war?
ARC Linkage funding has been awarded to researchers in the departments of Media and Communications, Linguistics and Art History and Film Studies.
Is there a role for humour in the independent political media? - 20 August 2014