BA (Ryerson), MSc (LSE), PhD (KCL)
Senior Lecturer in Media Theory
Assistant Dean for Learning, Teaching and Retention
Scott Rodgers joined the Department of Film, Media and Cultural Studies in 2010. His research specialises in the relationships of media and cities and the geographies of communication. Scott also has broad interests in media production practices, digital and networked technologies, urban politics and ethnographic methodologies.
His publications have appeared in journals such as Society and Space, City and Community, International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Space and Culture and Journalism: Theory Practice and Criticism. With Tim Markham, he is co-editor of Conditions of Mediation: Phenomenological Perspectives on Media (Peter Lang, forthcoming early 2017). Scott is also on the Editorial Board of Mediapolis: A Journal of Cities and Culture, an experiment in 'small-gauge' online scholarship, and the Advisory Group for the ECREA Media & the City Working Group.
Scott is engaged in doctoral research supervision, and teaches at both undergraduate and postgraduate level on the modules Media, Technology and Culture, The Mediated City and Theoretical Perspectives on Media. He is currently Assistant Dean for Learning, Teaching and Retention in the School of Arts, programme co-director for the BA Media and Culture, and chair of Satellite, a technology-enhanced learning subcommittee in the School of Arts.
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