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CRaB Seminar – What the audience wants: Audience research, race, and screen culture in postwar Britain

3 March | 16:00 - 18:00

The Citizenship, ‘race’ and belonging (CRaB) research network proudly presents: What the audience wants: Audience research, race, and screen culture in postwar Britain, a public lecture by Dr Christine Grandy of the University of Lincoln.
Christine Grandy is senior lecturer in History at the University of Lincoln. Her first book, Heroes and Happy endings: Class, gender and nation in popular film and fiction in interwar Britain was published by MUP in 2014.

Her talk, What the audience wants: Audience research, race and screen culture in postwar Britain addresses shifting official and unofficial perceptions of what was acceptable or ‘politically correct’ when it came to images of race on screen in the period 1948 to 1978. It also explores the role of a variety of organisations, including the BBC, ITV, BBFC and the National Viewers’ and Listeners’ Association, and audiences, including black and minority ethnic viewers, in imagining postwar British audiences who were routinely constructed as impressionable and fragile.

What the Audience wants will be on Friday 3rd March, 4-6pm in Denis Sciama 2.14.

Everyone is welcome.

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Date:
3 March
Time:
16:00 - 18:00
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