Media Cultures PhD and MPhil Supervisors

Jessica Bain

  • Gender
  • Social and political identities
  • Domestic cultures
  • Digital communities
  • Feminism
  • Craft

Mark Banks

  • Cultural and creative industries
  • Cultural policy music
  • Art
  • Media and cultural theory

Anna Claydon

  • Film
  • Music
  • Disability in the media
  • Seriality (film and TV)
  • Science fiction
  • Gender
  • Media and cultural theory

Alison Harvey

  • Game studies
  • Internet studies
  • Digital culture
  • Youth media
  • Gender
  • Sexuality

Melanie Kennedy

  • Celebrity
  • Girlhood
  • Tween Popular Culture
  • Postfeminism, neoliberalism, film and TV
  • Representations of gender
  • Feminist media studies

Peter Lunt

  • Media Audiences
  • Public participation in popular culture (Talk shows and reality TV)
  • Media Regulation
  • Consumption Research and Links Between Media and Social Theory

Kaitlynn Mendes

  • Feminism
  • Representation
  • Social media
  • News
  • Cyber sexism/ trolling
  • Activism

Christian Morgner

  • Cultural industries (Global South and Japan)
  • Social theory (in particular on Niklas Luhmann’s system theory)
  • Intercultural communication
  • Disaster and risk communication
  • Urban development

Katie Moylan

  • Radio
  • Community radio
  • Radio and migration
  • Television drama
  • Science fiction

Giovanna Puppin

  • Chinese advertising (public service and commercial)
  • Chinese Media and Cultural Studies
  • Representation (Self and Other), power and identity
  • (Socio)semiotics, textual analysis, (audio)visual analysis
  • International advertising and promotional cultures
  • Media memory

Tracy Simmons

  • Sexual citizenship
  • Migration
  • Queer/feminist theory
  • Social media and citizenship

Maria Touri

  • News and journalism
  • Online news/journalism
  • Framing
  • Public opinion
  • Globalization
  • Global culture
  • National development
  • Consumer citizenship

Jo Whitehouse-Hart

  • Film and television audiences
  • Domestic television viewing
  • Psychoanalytic and psychosocial approaches to media and everyday life
  • Creative industries
  • Gender and class

Natasha Whiteman

  • Ethics
  • Fans
  • Audiences
  • Videogames
  • Identity
  • Digital methods

 


 


 


 

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