Galvanised by online success that has rooted them in like-minded audiences who share the experiences of life that they depict in their work, neither poet nor filmmaker is prepared to compromise.
Polis Intern and LSE MSc student Donna Susan Mathew reports on the latest Polis Media Agenda Talk featuring Gabrielle Smith and Vinay Patel.
So this one time, an Irish, a Kenyan, an Ecuadorian, a Chinese and a Japanese person sat down to watch a Bollywood movie. I doubt if I would have been able to witness a moment like this […]
Polis Intern and LSE MSc student Gia Jianyang Zhang reports on the latest Polis Media Agenda Talk featuring Gabrielle Smith and Vinay Patel.
The city with three of the top ten museums and galleries in the world and 857 art galleries in total, the city with more than 17,000 music performances across 300+ venues through the year, the city with […]
This week’s Media Agenda Talk was about London’s identity and culture. Three panellists – Author Eve Harris, music critic Lloyd Bradley and Channel 4 Reporter Fatima Manji – presented their unique perspective on the city, stemming from their professional experience and their life as Londoners.
Branding Consumer Citizens: Gender and the Emergence of Brand Culture. Sarah Banet-Weiser at Polis LSE on Monday
A professor at the Annenberg School of Communications and Journalism, Sarah Banet-Weiser recently authored ‘Authentic (TM): The Politics of Ambivalence in a Brand Culture’, about the proliferance of branding not only as a model in business, but as a tool for the creation and maintenance of social and cultural relationships.
Sarah will be discussing what she terms ‘brand cultures’, noting […]