Media, Culture, Heritage is an exciting subject area in the School of Arts and Cultures that brings together staff and students with diverse expertise to understand a complex fast-changing world and address public concerns locally and internationally. The unit offers innovative, immersive, and lively research and learning opportunities across the areas of Cultural Studies, PR, Journalism, Museum and Gallery Studies, Heritage, Film, and Communication.

Staff and students have access to a wealth of facilities and equipment, both on campus and in the local area. The unit is connected to the Culture Lab; a world-class multi-media research infrastructure.

The Media Culture Heritage unit is committed to a culture of transparency, accessibility, and diversity.

The course balanced academic theory with practical skills to work within the sector - using people working within the field was excellent.

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Newcastle University's next Undergraduate Open Day takes place on 15 September 2018. It's an opportunity for potential undergraduate students and their parents to visit the University before they apply.
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Gonal Bozoglu talks about her experience of working on two grant-funded projects in Media, Culture, Heritage.
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Professor Karen Ross discusses her teaching and research, which focuses on the relationships between gender, media and politics.
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As part of her association with the city-wide consortium 'The Women's 100', a name which celebrates 100 years since the start of women's suffrage, Professor Karen Ross has produced a film as one of several outcomes of the group's activities.
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Public lectures at Newcastle University are free and open to all. Our aim is to offer a programme that will inform, stimulate, entertain, and excite debate.
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The International Centre for Music Studies is co-organising (with Media, Culture and Heritage) a conference on 14 September 2018 under the heading of Eastern European Imaginaries.
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