BA Humanities, MA American Cultural Studies, PGCE, FHEA.
I work within the School of Humanities and Social Sciences largely focusing on Lifelong Learning and Widening Participation where I act as a personal and subject tutor. My area of specialism is in the field of Media and Film, and I contribute teaching on a range of modules including Media and Cultural Studies. My previous commitments at the University have included being Module Leader for History and Film on the History BA, and Conceptual Studies on the Documentary, Film and Television BA. My research interests focus on representations of radical social movements.
(2016) Review: Muscle Shoals, Journal of American Studies of Turkey, 44: 93-12.
(2012). Channel 4’s Strike: When Britain Went to War (2003): Trivialisation, Popular Culture, and the Miners’ Strike Eamonn Kelly . In: Popple, S and Macdonald, I. Digging the Seam: Popular Cultures of the 1984/5 Miners’ Strike. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. p203-216.
I am co-director of the annual Bristol Radical Film Festival.
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