Staff research interests
Our staff have a dynamic range of interests. Following you will find a quick guide to their interests - check their staff pages for more detailed information.
|Dr Ben Cranfield||Art institutions and artistic networks; art education; experimental artistic practice; dialogues between art, science and technology in post-war Britain.|
|Dr Sophie Hope||Socially engaged, participatory and public art; cultural policy, commissioning processes and evaluation practices; labour conditions in the arts and creative industries; community art histories in the UK; practice-based research in interdisciplinary contexts|
|Dr Lorraine Lim||Urban and cultural regeneration initiatives including sport; emerging capitals of culture in Asia; cultural policy in Asia.|
|Dr Tim Markham||
Journalism; media sociology; phenomenology; conflict studies; citizen journalism; media and public engagement; audience studies; digital media; political theory; Arab media.
|Dr Janet McCabe||
Contemporary (US) television, gender politics and feminism, cultural memory and the representation of history and politics in television drama, Scandinavian TV drama, and the transnational movement of television fiction.
|Dr Joel McKim||Digital media technology; media, urban planning and architectural design; cultural memory; media theory.|
|Dr Shinji Oyama||Japanese and inter-Asian media and cultural studies; branding, design and interactivity; new media; cultural globalization.|
|Dr Scott Rodgers||Media, politics and cities; geographies of journalism; media technology; relations of media and spatial theory; approaches to practices and materiality (e.g. actor-network theory); ethnographic methodologies.|
|Dr Emma Sandon||British colonial film and photography; ethnographic and documentary film-making; British television; law and film.|
|Dr Justin Schlosberg||Media, corruption and political accountability; media politics and spectacle; pirate media; global and digital media; music industry.|
|Dr Michael Temple||History of French cinema; French film theory; audiovisual film theory; the work of Jean-Luc Godard.|