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  • Dr Charlotte Carey

    Associate Professor in Digital Marketing

    Dr Charlotte Carey currently leads BCU’s Entrepreneurship research cluster, which is part of the CEIG research centre. 

  • Natasha Carr

    Senior Midwifery Lecturer

    As a senior lecturer in the Midwifery Department, Natasha is responsible for providing, supporting and facilitating teaching and learning on both the long and short BSc (Hons) Midwifery Programmes. In addition, Natasha teaches alongside colleagues on the Examination of the Newborn Programme and lead the Professional Midwifery...

  • 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...

  • Claudia Carter

    Reader in Environmental Governance / Associate Professor

    Claudia is Associate Professor in the field of interdisciplinary environmental research and environmental governance. Her research relates to climate change and sustainability adopting social-ecological systems thinking/approaches. Her main areas of interest are the opportunities and barriers to 'low-impact' living and the...

  • Dr Maria Caserio

    Researcher

    Details of present and previous employment Presently: Researcher for Birmingham City University, Birmingham School of Architecture Previously: September 2012 – January 2013 Researcher for the University of Birmingham, Department of Civil Engineering - secondment to Building Research Establishment (BRE). March 2008 – April...

  • Mona Casey

    Course Leader: MA Fine Art

    Mona Casey is MA Fine Art Course Director and Birmingham School of Art International Lead. She is also module leader for the MA programme Models and Methods of Curatorial Practice. Mona was born in Ireland and currently lives in the UK, where she works as a curator, artist and researcher. Mona directs and has initiated a...

  • Kate Chadwick

    Senior Lecturer in Radiotherapy

    Kate worked as a Therapeutic Radiographer in Bristol Haematology and Oncology Centre and as a Radiation Therapist in Perth, Western Australia. At Bristol she took on the roles of Union Representative for the Society and College of Radiographers and Infection Control Lead Radiographer.   In her clinical role Kate reviewed head...

  • Louise Elizabeth Penn Chapman

    Lecturer in Design for Performance

    Louise is a passionate communicator on her subject with the patience and ability to inspire and enhance student experience thanks to her extensive experience of 17 years as a costume practitioner in theatre. As pathway leader for the Design for Performance pathway, she has, over the last four years developed the pathway...

  • Dr Carrie Churnside

    Senior Lecturer in Music & Research Degrees Coordinator

    Carrie Churnside is a Senior Lecturer in Music and Research Degrees Coordinator. She is also Director of the Forum for Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Music ,  and Chair of the Programme Committee for the 19 th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music . Carrie specialises in Italian Baroque music,...

  • Seán Clancy

    Dublin born composer Seán Clancy’s (b. 1984) music has been described as ‘equal part sacred, seductive and superficial’ (Tempo), and as ‘exploring the tensions between found and original material, narrative and rupture, elite and vernacular values, and between innovation and intervention’ (Journal of Music). His work deals with...

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