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Dr. Charlotte Stevens

Charlotte earned her PhD in Film & Television Studies at the University of Warwick. Her thesis examines the vid, a form of amateur/fan video art made from television and film sources that constructs creative and critical analyses of existing media. A monograph based on this work is under contract with Amsterdam University Press. She has published articles in Feminist Media StudiesCineAction, and on the Critical Studies in Television blog, as well as contributed chapters to an edited collection on Doctor Who, and the forthcoming Cult Media: Re-packaged, Re-released and Restored (Palgrave, 2017). 

As part of the Voices of War and Peace project “Generations of Commemoration”, she helped to write a Creative History Engagement Toolkit outlining best practices for working with archives, community groups, and public history engagement.

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