British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies

Research into and critical analysis of screen-based media are central to understanding the culture, society and economy of the new century. 

 

The British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies exists to:

  • promote the recognition of the discipline and represent the academic and professorial interests of those engaged in it to the academy, government, funding agencies, the cultural industries and the public;

  • encourage best teaching and research practice;

  • promote the training of postgraduate students in research.

  • give researchers and practitioners the opportunity to attend and present a paper at the annual BAFTSS conference.

BAFTSS Constitution 

(amended April 2018)

Inclusivity Statement

 
 

Executive Committee

Chair:

Andrew Moor (Manchester Metropolitan)

Vice-Chair:


James Leggott (Northumbria)

Secretary:

Elizabeth Watkins (Leeds)

Treasurer:

Kate Ince (Birmingham)

Ordinary Members:

Joe Andrew (Keele)

Charlotte Crofts (West of England)

Rajinder Dudrah (Birmingham City)

Alex Marlow-Mann (Kent)

Sorcha Ni Fhlainn (Manchester Metropolitan)

Agnieszka Piotrowska (Bedfordshire)

Johnny Walker (Northumbria)

 

Co-opted:
 

Daisy Richards (PG Rep, De Montfort University)


Ana Maria Sapountzi (PG Rep, St Andrews)

Marta Suarez (PG Rep, Liverpool John Moores)

Conference 2019

BAFTSS 7th Annual conference 2019 Intersecting Identities: Race, Sex, Nation University of Birmingham, 25 to 27 April   Intersectionality as a concept was born at the end of the 1980s, and has proven influential ever since as a method for analysing film and media productions as well as in the fields of critical race and disability […]

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