Derek Littlewood gained his PhD, a theoretical study of speech and writing in Charles Dickens, from the Open University and his MA on D. H. Lawrence from Birmingham University. He is currently researching the relationships between photography and literature, from the inception of the photograph until the onset of digital...
Professor of Media and Cultural History
Paul Long is Joint Acting Head of Birmingham School of Media . He leads the MA in Creative Industries and Cultural Policy, as well as several innovative PhD projects. He is also a board member of both Vivid Projects and Media Archive for Central England (MACE). Paul has done extensive work on popular music heritage,...
Sarah Eades is a lecturer in our School of Nursing and Midwifery . She has had a long career in nursing - after qualifying in 1985, she worked in the acute sector, before taking roles within community and primary care in 1992, where she subsequently successfully completed a specialist practitioner BSc in community health...
Programme Director Early Childhood Studies
Having spent 10 years teaching in a variety of primary and infant schools in Birmingham, Rosemarie had the opportunity to develop a service within the local authority of a team of early years specialist whose role was to support and develop early years practice and provision across the maintained and non-maintained sector. ...
Senior Lecturer in Sound Engineering and Acoustics
Paul Lunn graduated from the University of Derby with a first class degree in Music Technology and Audio System Design BSc. After completing his degree he joined Calrec Audio Ltd where he worked as a Research and Development Engineer, specialising in software engineering of embedded systems and Java Graphic User Interface (GUI)...
Senior Lecturer in Criminology
Dr Adam Lynes is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Birmingham City University, where he has taught since 2012, covering topics such as criminological theory, homicide, and transnational organised and corporate crime.
Professor Morag MacDonald started her research career due to her concern about prisoners who were HIV positive in UK prisons. Becoming an academic allowed her to research the subject and provided a position from which to contribute to policy making in this area.
Lecturer in Software Engineering
Khaled started his academic career, in September 1999, as a Lecturer (US hierarchy) in Computer Science & Engineering at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Ahsanullah University of Science and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh, where he worked until March 2001. From May 2006 to July 2007, Khaled served as Research...
Senior Lecturer in Computing, Director SAS Student Academy United Kingdom and Ireland
Dr Kathleen Maitland is the Director of the SAS Student Academy for UK and Ireland at Birmingham City University which she developed and now runs. Initially, Kathy took the SAS technical lead role where she installed as well as taught SAS as part of the Master's curriculum before extending this role to academic lead. In...
Reader in Health Psychology / Mental Health and Wellbeing Lead
Dr Michael Mantzios is a Lecturer in Health Psychology at Birmingham City University, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and is working on research projects that relate to obesity, eating behaviours, mindfulness, self-compassion and self-kindness.