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Critical Studies in Television: scholarly studies of small screen fictions

Editorial board: Kim Akass, Stephen Lacey, David Lavery, Janet McCabe, Robin Nelson and Rhonda V. Wilcox.


Institutions in Australia:


Bond University.
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
film and television.
undergraduate film and television subjects.
postgraduate film and television subjects.


Charles Sturt University
BA in television production.
BA in design for theatre and television.


Flinders University, Adelaide.
screen studies.


Griffith University
School of Arts, Media and Culture.
undergraduate information.
postgraduate information.


LaTrobe University
media studies.


Murdoch University, Perth.
School of Media Communication and Culture.
BA Media Studies.
Graduate Diploma in Media Production.


University of New South Wales
School of Media, Film and Theatre.
teaching television.


The University of Queensland.
School of English, Media Studies and Art History.
communications and cultural studies.
undergraduate studies.
postgraduate studies.


Queensland University of Technology
faculty of creative industries.


University of Technology Sydney
Media Arts and Production.
undergraduate courses in communications (including television).


Victorian College of Arts (University of Melbourne)
film and television.
non-award courses, under- and post- graduate information, and (post)graduate diplomas.


University of Wollongong,
BA in Communications and Media (Screen Studies). Combined with
media technology; advertising and marketing; creative arts.


Institutions in New Zealand:


University of Auckland
film, television and media studies.


University of Canterbury.
mass communications.


Christchurch Polytechnic, Institute of Technology
broadcasting communications.


Massey University
School of English and Media Studies.


University of Waikato.
Screen and Media Studies.
undergraduate programme.
graduate programme.