William Brown, a Lecturer in Film, has co-edited a collection of essays with David Martin-Jones of the University of St Andrews entitled Deleuze and Film.
Roehampton Professor speaks at the Women of the World Festival
New research network aims to interrogate the myriad ways in which media content is translated and adapted across cultural borders.
The Department are delighted to announce this year's event will take place on May 17th at 5pm.
MCL student run charity event is a great success!
Deborah Jermyn has given the keynote paper this year at the annual Crime Studies Network conference.
Two films by students at the University of Roehampton, London, were selected to play at the Cinematique! Student Film Festival #2, which took place at the BFI IMAX on London's Southbank.
Professor Michael Chanan and Dr William Brown both spoke and presented their films at the recent Marx at the Movies conference held at the University of Central Lancashire in Preston on 16 and 17 March 2012.
Emmy-nominated film director Alan G Parker recently spoke to second-year Career Preparation students about his life and career.
The latest Hispanic Research Centre Seminar focuses on language teaching provision in England and Spain.

Classical Civilisation student Tim Wisson and Psychology student Victoria Torren have been awarded iPads by the University for their participation in the National Student Survey.

Since May, university and secondary school students in Chile have been involved in occupations and mass demonstrations calling for the return of free public education. 

"Students were really excited and engaged, and were still talking about it hours later in our practical workshop..."

Hermine Penz showed us that the study of humour is rather serious, reintroducing us to this seemingly well-known everyday phenomenon. 

The festival centred on the topic of ‘Border Crossing: Migration Across National and Mental States’ and included the screening of some remarkable European films followed by conversations about them among their directors, psychoanalysts and the audience. 

Digby Chapel, Digby Stuart College, 14/03/2012, 2pm-4pm.
Sir David Bell will speak at the Crucible Theatres in the Duchesne Building on March 12 at 12:00 pm on the State of British Journalism.
Roehampton's resident games localisation expert plays a lead role in cutting edge conference.
The Department of Media, Culture and Language launchs a new informal way for student to practice their languages. 
Eileen Elsey, who is a long-standing member of the Board of Directors of the Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival, will be giving a talk at Roehampton about film festivals and making short films.