The Spring conference for the Association of Journalism Educators UK. Hosted by the University of Sunderland, London campus. The seminar focused on Sexism in Journalism. [Video: Sarah Jones, University of Salford]
Speakers at the AJE Spring Seminar 2015 described how sexism is still present in newsrooms and urged j-schools to train students to proactively deal with it. The seminar included academics: Angela Phillips (Goldsmiths), Suzanne Franks (City) and Sarah Niblock (Brunel). They were joined by new journalists Dina Rickman (Independent) and Sarah Graham (freelance) who recently […]
AJE Spring Seminar, University of Sunderland Canary Wharf campus Friday January 9, 2015. 9.30 am Registration and coffee 10.00 am Welcome to Sunderland University, London campus. 10.05am Welcome from AJE. 10.10 Academic papers (2 x 20 min papers and 15-20 min discussion). Claire Wolfe, University of Worcester, ‘Women in business: an analysis of the […]
The AJE Committee is seeking views on holding a training day aimed at journalists looking to find work lecturing and those in the first few years of teaching. It is in the very early stages of planning, but we are keen to establish if there is demand for such an event. It is likely there […]
Journalism and sexism will be the topic for the AJE Spring Seminar – January 9, 2015, in London. [IMAGE: Flickr /Eric E Castro] Details: January 9, 2015 London campus of Sunderland University in Canary Wharf 10am till 4pm (tbc). Keynote speakers (tbc). Journalism and sexism There can be little doubt that the journalism […]
Please mark your diaries: the next AJE conference will be in London on January 9th. The theme will be around the topics of media sexism and gender inequality in journalism. A full call for papers will go out shortly.