ESRC Conference: Challenging Genderered Media Mis(S)repesentations

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Challenging Genderered Media Mis(S)repesentations
15th June, 2017  Conference, Goodenough College, London 
 Please find below information, and schedule for, an ESRC funded conference, which will take place on 15th June in London. This will mark the end of the seminar series ‘Challenging Gendered Media Mis(s)representations of Women Professionals and Leaders’ .
Attendance is free, and there a small number of travel bursaries available for early career researchers and PhD students.  The booking site can be found here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/gendered-media-missrepresentations-of-women-professionals-and-leaders-tickets-34110805337
Keynote Speakers include:
Professor Karen Lee Ashcraft. University of Colorado, Boulder.
Professor  Ashcraft’s research examines organizational and occupational formations-such as identity, culture and mode of governance-and is guided by an interest in relations of power and difference, particularly gender, race, sexuality and class.
Julie Burton. President, Women’s Media Center, Washington D.C.
Julie Burton leads the Women’s Media Center in its efforts to create a level playing field for women and girls through media monitoring, training, advocacy, original content, and the promotion of women and girls as media experts.  She is the Executive Producer of Women’s Media Center Live with Robin Morgan on iTunes<https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/womens-media-center-live-robin/id665981526?mt=2> and the Editor in Chief of WMC Press.
If you require further information about the conference, please contact Dr Steven Donbavand, email: steven.donbavand@roehampton.ac.uk
See further details and the schedule of the conference by following the link:
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