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Inger-Lise Bore is a Senior Lecturer in Birmingham School of Media.
She joined the University in 2009 after completing a PhD in television studies at Cardiff University. Her doctoral work explored the significance of gender and nationality in audience engagement with British and Norwegian TV comedy. Inger-Lise has an MA in television studies from the University of Bristol, and a BA (Hons) in journalism, film and broadcasting from Cardiff University. Before taking up her post at Birmingham City University, Inger-Lise taught at both Cardiff and Bath Spa University.
Inger-Lise is the author of Screen Comedy and Online Audiences (2017, Routledge), and she has published work on comedy audiences, fandom and climate change communication. She leads our MA in Screen Studies, supervises PhD students and BA dissertations, and teaches the undergraduate module Comedy in Media and Popular Culture. She welcomes postgraduate research applications focusing on popular comedy, media audiences or fandom. Inger-Lise is member of the Screen Cultures research group, the Centre for Media and Cultural Research, and the editorial board of the Journal of Gender Studies.