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Directory of World Cinema: Australia and New Zealand 2

Authors: 
Edited by Ben Goldsmith and Mark David Ryan and Geoff Lealand
Publication date: 
1 January 2015
Type: 
book

Building on and bringing up to date the material presented in the first installment of Directory of World Cinema: Australia and New Zealand, this volume continues the exploration of the cinema produced in Australia and New Zealand since the beginning of the twentieth century.

Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand (FHAANZ) Conference

Call for Papers – 2015 XVIIth Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand (FHAANZ) Conference in association with the Screen Studies Association of Australia and Aotearoa/New Zealand (SSAAANZ)

Date: Wednesday 1 July to Friday 3 July 2015 
Place: Queensland University of Technology, Kelvin Grove Campus, Brisbane.
Deadline for abstract submission: Friday 27 February 2015

Contact Email: 
fhaanz2015@qut.edu.au

EU Kids Online - Online on the mobile: Internet use on smartphones and associated risks among youth in Europe

Authors: 
Stald, G., Green, L., Barbovski, M., Haddon, L., Mascheroni, G., Ságvári, B., Scifo, B. and Tsaliki, L.
Publication date: 
25 October 2014
Type: 
report

This report explores and analyses potential correlations between online access from smart, mobile phones, and patterns of experience of risks.

#digcult14 Making Digital Cultures of Gender and Sexuality with Social Media, 28-29 October

Bringing together leading and emerging scholars in the study of the digital, gender and sexuality, this symposium seeks to interrogate questions of the contemporary making of digital cultures of gender and sexuality.

The Glasshouse, QUT Creative Industries Precinct
Contact Email: 
colleen.cook@qut.edu.au

The Free Encyclopaedia that Anyone can Edit: The Shifting Values of Wikipedia Editors

Authors: 
Kim Osman
Publication date: 
5 August 2014
Type: 
article

Wikipedia is often held up as an example of the potential of the internet to foster open, free and non-commercial collaboration. However such discourses often conflate these values without recognising how they play out in reality in a peer-production community.

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