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Staff engaged in film and television research

Film and Television

Dr Peter Hutchings
Professor of Film Studies
PhD, BA
Peter completed his PhD on British horror cinema in the late 1980s, and has since published widely on British cinema and television and on international horror cinema. He also completed research on the... more>>

ADSS Mary Irwin Staffprofile 100Mary Irwin
Lecturer in Media and Communication
PhD, MRes, MPhil, PGCE, MA (Hons) I completed my PhD in 2008. Subsequently I was employed as a teaching fellow at the University of Stirling, a research fellow at the Institute of Education, University of London and most recently at the... more>>

ADSS Steve Jones Staffprofile 100Dr Steve Jones
Senior Lecturer, Programme Leader (Media, Culture and Society BA)
PhD, MA, BA
I joined Northumbria in April 2010. Between 2006 and 2010 I taught Media, Film and Cultural theory at the University of Sussex where I completed my PhD thesis. I have teaching interests based in cultural... more>>

Dr James Leggott
Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Studies BA (Hons)
PhD, MA, BA
James completed a doctoral thesis on British social realist cinema in 2004 (University of Newcastle), and took up a lectureship in Film and Television Studies at Northumbria in 2006. His research has mostly... more>>

Dr Jamie Sexton
Senior Lecturer, Film and Television Studies BA (Hons)
PhD, BA
My research is mostly concerned with alternative forms of film and other media, particularly cult cinema and independent cinema. Methodologically, I have approached subject areas from different angles,... more>>

Dr Johnny Walker
Lecturer in Media
PhD, MA, BA (Hons)
I joined Northumbria as Lecturer in Media in 2013. Prior to this I was a Lecturer in Film Studies at De Montfort University, Leicester and have also taught film, media and cultural studies at the University... more>>

 

 

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