About M/C

Mission Statement

M/C — Media and Culture was founded in 1998 as a place of public intellectualism, analysing and critiquing the meeting of media and culture. Our publications and other activities serve as a point of crossover between the popular and the academic — we take seriously the need to move ideas outward, so that our debates may have some resonance with wider political and cultural interests.

Our Publications

  • M/C Journal

    M/C Journal (which began in July 1998 as "M/C — A Journal of Media and Culture") is a fully blind peer-reviewed academic journal, but also remains open to submissions and responses from anyone on the Internet. Each issue is organised around a one word theme, and is edited by one or two editors with a particular interest in that theme. The editors change for each issue. Each issue has a feature article which engages with the theme in some detail, followed by several shorter articles.

  • M/C Reviews

    M/C Reviews, which launched in September 1998, is a companion piece to M/C Journal. It is neither simply a sub-section, nor completely independent of it; you, the reader, decide how you want to see it. Most of the reviews published here are informed by the culture-critical perspective of M/C and the disciplines of media and cultural studies, but you don't need to take notice of this fact; if you do, however, you'll find that they frequently tie in with debates represented in greater length in M/C Journal. Articles in M/C Reviews are published as they come to hand; since culture is an ongoing process, so should be the reviews.

  • M/Cyclopedia of New Media

    The M/Cyclopedia, first published in November 2004, provides a backdrop to many of the debates conducted through M/C, but also stands as a publication in its own right. In the ever-changing new media environment it is important to track the development of key issues and terms; the M/Cyclopedia helps with task. It is updated every year with the help of students in the New Media Technologies unit in the Creative Industries Faculty at Queensland University of Technology.

Editorial Advisory Board

These are the editorial advisors assisting in determining the general direction and development of M/C as well as in reviewing the quality of articles published in the M/C publications.

  • Chair: Liz Ferrier, University of Queensland, Australia
  • Jody Berland, York University, Canada
  • Angi Buettner, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  • Phil Graham, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  • Melissa Gregg, University of Queensland, Australia
  • P. David Marshall, University of Wollongong, Australia
  • Alan McKee, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  • Graham Meikle, Stirling University, Scotland
  • Peter B. White, La Trobe University, Australia

Copyright

Unless stated otherwise, copyright in M/C content lies with M/C and its individual authors. Copyright of the M/C design and all other M/C Website pages lies with M/C and its Web designers.

Other than within the limits of academic 'fair use' and the requirements of Web browsing and HTTP proxy storage, M/C pages, articles and other editorial content may not be duplicated or re-published in any electronic or printed form without permission from M/C or the individual authors. Please contact M/C and the respective contributors.

Outside resources linked to from within M/C are beyond the editorial control of M/C and may not reflect the opinions of M/C, which takes no responsibility for their content.