Our People

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  • Professor Sharon Cox

    Professor of Computing

    Professor Sharon Cox’s research in information systems and information management is based on her industrial experience. While developing the corporate data model at Jaguar Cars, Sharon was offered a fully funded studentship from Aston University to embark on doctoral research. Her research focused on developing models to...

  • 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...

  • Dr Vanessa Cui

    Senior Research Fellow

    Dr Vanessa Cui is currently a Senior Research Fellow at Birmingham City University Centre for the Study of Practices and Culture in Education (CSPACE). Her research work has mainly focused on the interface between education policy and practice from educators’ and learners’ perspectives across fields of education (e.g. teacher...

  • Dr. Paul Cureton

    Senior Research Fellow in Landscape and Infrastructure

    Dr. Paul Cureton is a Senior Lecturer in Design (People, Products, Places) Imagination Lancaster, Lancaster University. Paul is also a Senior Research Fellow in Landscape and Infrastructure, Birmingham City University, UK in the CATiD Research Centre. He holds a PhD in Landscape Representation from Manchester School of...

  • Prof Joe Cutler

    Professor in Composition

    Joe Cutler has been described as ‘writing music of quirky dancing energy and humour mingled with mystery’ (Ivan Hewett, Daily Telegraph). For more than 20 years, he has been a distinctive figure on the contemporary music scene, often exploring the spaces between genre. His music has been performed in over 40 countries 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...

  • Dr Philip Dee

    Senior Lecturer / APEL Advisor / Education Facilitator

    Philip has been a member of the ADD (Academic Development Department) for over ten years. His core roles are ‘RPL Advisor' and 'Education Facilitator'. In this latter role, Philip supports students across the full range of academic writing skills. As RPL Advisor he facilitates university applicants and ongoing students to...

  • Ravi Deepres

    Professor of Moving Image and Photography

    Award winning artist, photographer and film maker with an international reputation for focusing on the intersection of the still and moving image. Influences of identity, psychology, social conditioning, historical archives, and scientific cosmological research constantly feed his practice. Expressed through conceptual...

  • Emeritus Professor Elaine Denny

    Professor of Health Sociology

    Elaine Denny has a background in hospital and community nursing and taught health sociology to students on health related courses for 20 years. Her research interests focus around women as recipients and providers of health care, and she has published work on women’s experience of IVF, the experience of endometriosis, and on...

  • Beth Derbyshire

    Course Leader: MA Art and Project Management

    Beth is a practising artist who has been working largely in the public realm for over 25 years.  Her practice explores the diverse nature of human presence and expression within social and historical registers. Themes have been: silence in society, conflict and collective memory, nationality and identity. Recent works have...

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