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  • 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...

  • 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 Pedro Cravinho

    Keeper of the Archives – Faculty of Arts, Design and Media, Senior Research Fellow – Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research (BCMCR)

    Dr Pedro Cravinho (born 1968) began his musical career as a self-taught electric bassist taking part of Oporto's late 1980s pop-rock scene. Cravinho got a music education on classical double bass and studied jazz (electric bass and double bass) before starting a career as a freelance bassist and educator. After taking a degree...

  • 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...

  • Vanessa Jackson

    Associate Professor (Enterprise & Employability)

    Dr Vanessa Jackson is Associate Professor (Enterprise and Employability) for the Birmingham Institute of Media and English. She decided to pursue a career in higher education after working in television production at the BBC for 20 years. She is a television practitioner teaching practical television craft and production...

  • Dr Dima Saber

    Reader in Media and Cultural Studies

    Dr Dima Saber is a Reader in Media and Cultural Studies, she is also Associate Director for External Funding and Research Development at the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research . Her research is focussed on media depictions of conflict in post-war and post-revolution contexts, and on the role of archival...

  • Dr Charlotte Stevens

    Lecturer in Media & Communications

    Charlotte works mainly in television and fandom studies, with a strong interest in archival and historical aspects of audiences. She also co-leads the Game Cultures research cluster. Charlotte has published on fanvids, video game fan histories, screen vampires, and poetic television documentaries on the BBC. She is currently...

  • Iain Taylor

    Lecturer in Music Industries

    Dr Iain A. Taylor is a Lecturer in Music Industries, and a researcher within the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research . As an educator, Iain teaches primarily on the  BA (Hons) Music Industries degree, leading modules which explore the cultural and emotive value of music, and how this translates into the...

  • Dr Sian Vaughan

    Reader in Research Practice

    Dr Sian Vaughan is Reader in Research Practice with expertise in doctoral education and creative research methods. She has previously worked in museums, galleries and archives as well as teaching in further and higher education. Broadly her research interests concern the pedagogies that underpin research in art and design,...

  • Dr Nick Webber

    Associate Professor

    Nick Webber joined the University in 2008, after working in research development at the University of Birmingham. He has held his current post since 2016. He is a member of the Birmingham Centre for Media and Cultural Research (BCMCR) directorial team, and responsible for day-to-day management of the centre. Nick holds a PhD in...

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