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Birmingham School of Media's Lecturers and Tutors

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  • Dr Yemisi Akinbobola

    Lecturer & Strategic Lead, Internationalisation of Research

    Yemisi holds a PhD in Media and Cultural Studies from Birmingham City University, and she is the Course Director for MA Global Media Management. Her research interest is in media entrepreneurship, digital journalism and African feminism. An award-winning journalist, she ran her news website, IQ4News, for four years. Her media...

  • Paul Bradshaw

    Course Leader (MA Multiplatform and Mobile Journalism)

    Paul Bradshaw leads both the  MA in Data Journalism and the  MA in Multiplatform and Mobile Journalism at Birmingham City University, and works as a consultant data journalist in the BBC England data unit. He is also the founder of the investigative journalism crowdsourcing site, Help Me Investigate , which was...

  • Bob Calver

    Senior Lecturer

    Bob Calver is a Senior Lecturer in Broadcast Journalism at the Birmingham School of Media . He teaches postgraduate Broadcast Journalism and MA International Broadcast Journalism Courses , as well as media law. He joined the University in 1998 and combines his work at Birmingham City University with working journalism,...

  • Dr Oliver Carter

    Reader in Creative Economies

    Dr. Oliver Carter is a Reader in Creative Economies at the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research, Birmingham City University. His research focuses on alternative economies of cultural production; informal forms of industry that are often removed from a formal cultural industries discourse. He is the author of the...

  • Sam Coley

    Course Leader MA Media Production and Associate Professor (International)

    Category: Personal Tutor of the Year More about Extra Mile Sam Coley is an Associate Professor (International) for the Faculty of Arts, Design and Media at Birmingham City University. He is also Award Leader for the MA Media Production at Birmingham School of Media, where he teaches a range of undergraduate...

  • Dr. Hazel Collie

    Course Leader - Media and Communication

    Hazel Collie completed her PhD “Television for Women: Generation, Gender and the Everyday” at De Montfort University in 2014. Her doctoral research was undertaken as part of the AHRC funded project “A History of Television for Women in Britain, 1947-1989”. Hazel’s PhD thesis considered the role of television in the lives of...

  • Dr. Gemma Commane

    Lecturer in Media and Communication (Pathway Leader)

    Dr Gemma Commane is Lecturer in Media and Communications, and an active researcher in the fields of media and cultural studies, and gender and sexuality. Her academic background is in Media and Cultural Studies, but she also specialised in Continental Philosophy. Gemma’s doctoral research was a cultural, sociological and...

  • Faye Davies

    Senior Lecturer in Media and Cultural Theory, and Deputy Programme Director BA (Hons) Media and Communication

    Faye Davies is Senior Lecturer in Media and Cultural Theory at the Birmingham School of Media. She joined the University in 2001. Her expertise lies in Media and Cultural theory, particularly in the areas of television, developing pedagogical approaches for media education and digital cultures. Faye has also presented...

  • Marverine Duffy

    Courses Director (all BA Hons Journalism courses) / Lecturer

    As a News Anchor for world-renowned international rolling news channel, Sky News , Marverine handled countless major breaking news stories, broadcasting to an audience of millions worldwide, presenting its nightly 5-hour 'World News and Business Report ' programme. She’s also been a Newsreader and Reporter for the BBC, ITV...

  • Professor Nicholas Gebhardt

    Professor of Jazz and Popular Music Studies, Director of Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research

    Nick Gebhardt is Professor of Jazz and Popular Music Studies and Director of Research in the Birmingham School of Media. His work focuses on jazz and popular music in American culture and his publications include Going For Jazz: Musical Practices and American Ideology (Chicago), Vaudeville Melodies: Popular Musicians and...

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