LSE Department of Media and Communications
The Department of Media and Communications at LSE is seeking to provide mentorship for Early Career Research (Postdoctoral) Fellows.
Current schemes we are interested in providing mentorship for include:
Find a potential mentor our list of academic staff and email them with an informal enquiry: http://www.lse.ac.uk/media-and-communications/people
Research in the Department of Media and Communications at The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) examines how changes in media and communications shape, and are shaped by, social, cultural, political, economic, and historical developments. We draw upon and contribute to multiple disciplinary agendas. Our concern is with inequalities, discrimination, representation, voice and violence in an unevenly media-saturated society. We examine structures, processes, practices and discourses and their role in power relations on the global, national and local levels. We are committed to de-Westernising scholarship and to undertaking comparative and transnational research. Our research is organised around four intersecting themes: Media Culture and Identities; Media Participation and Politics; Communication Histories and Futures; Communication, Technology, Rights and Justice.