Open Media Research Seminars – Series 4

Tuesday 31st of January Tessa J. Houghton will give the first talk in the fourth series of Research Seminars at Coventry University  on ‘Open Media’. The seminar series is accompanied by a blog that provides more information about the speakers, the theme and the seminars. You can find it here.

Underneath the full program for this term. All be welcome!


A year-long series of research seminars on the theme of openness in media in all its forms organized by Coventry University School of Art and Design, Department of Media and Communication. All the seminars are free to attend and open to all.

Programme: January – March 2012


January 31st:

Tessa J. Houghton (University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus) – ‘#blackout: the viral counterpublicity of online protest’ (Read More)

February 14th:

Paolo Ruffino (Goldsmiths, University of London) – ‘How to open an engine: narratives of production and consumption in video game culture’

March 6th:

Cornelia Sollfrank (postmedia conceptual artist, researcher, and writer) – ‘Performing the Paradoxes of Intellectual Property’ (Read More)

March 20th:

Stefan Herbrechter (Coventry University) – ‘Just Gaming: Digital Games, Remediation, Electracy’


When: 1:45-2:45 on selected Tuesdays in January, February and March

Where: ICE, The Media and Comm room

Institute for Creative Enterprise (ICE)
Coventry University Enterprises
Parkside, Coventry

All seminars are free to attend and open to all

For further details on how to get to Coventry see:

How to get to ICE, see:,-1.505545

All enquiries please contact:

Janneke Adema | Email:| |

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