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Wednesday 18 March

09.30-17.15, Law and Management Building (LMB/002), University of York (Heslington East campus)


This one-day workshop will be an occasion for PhD Students at different stages in their research and from different institutions to gather and share ideas, methodologies and knowledge, in an informal but academic environment. There will be four panels of work-in-progress presentations by PhD students researching in different but related areas: from European heritage film to Scandinavian TV drama, from European film industry and policies to national identities in films and TV series. Mariana Liz (University of Leeds) will also be delivering a keynote lecture on ‘The ongoing significance of Euro-pudding’.

The panels will be followed by a series of expert-led training sessions on: (1) using statistics for film and television research, (2) interviewing industry professionals, and (3) developing the impact of research beyond the academy.

The event is being organised in partnership with the European historical drama in the digital age conference.


Workshops on (1) using statistics for film and television research (Huw Jones, University of York), (2) interviewing industry professionals (Nathan Townsend and Roderik Smits, University of York), and (3) developing the impact of research beyond the academy (Paul Cooke, University of Leeds).


Download a draft copy of the workshop programme.


Department of Theatre Film and Television |  University of York | Heslington East | York YO10 5GB | UK

Click here for directions to University of York, Heslington East campus.

Please let us know of any special accessibility requirements. Email: Martina Lovascio (


This event is financially supported by White Rose College of the Arts & Humanities (WRoCAH), Mediating Cultural Encounters through European Screens (MeCETES), The Centre for Digital Heritage, and the Department of Theatre Film and Television, University of York.

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