Search results for 'Culture' (8)
Dr Cristina Miguel
Dr Cristina Miguel holds a BA in Advertising and Public Relations by the University of the Basque Country (2002). After more than five years working in the Internet industry in Barcelona, she conducted a MS in Interactive Digital Communication at the University of Vic (2010).
Dr Simon Woodward
Simon Woodward has almost 30 years' experience of the international tourism and heritage sectors and combines his teaching and team management responsibilities at Leeds Beckett with research and consultancy activities across many parts of the world.
Dr Katherine Harrison
Katherine is the Course Director for BA (Hons) Media & English and a PhD Supervisor in the School of Cultural Studies & Humanities. Her research focuses on visual culture, feminism (including women’s crafting and domestic practices) and representations of poverty and class. She is also currently part of a funded research team working with a film maker to analyse representations of towns, streets and homes in welfare documentary television and has recently published an article about ‘new knitting’ culture and women’s changing position in relation to domesticity.
Reverend Ruth Dowson
With over 25 years' experience in events delivery, in public and private sectors, since 2007, Ruth has taught events management. Her PhD study is on the role of events in church culture. Ruth is a priest in the Church of England.
Dr Robert Burroughs
Rob Burroughs is a cultural historian and literary critic working on the nineteenth century. He specialises in the areas of empire, humanitarianism, slavery and race.
Dr Mohammad RadfarDr Mohammad Radfar is a Senior Lecturer in Urban Design and Planning; and the Centre Manager for MSc Urban and Rural Planning (JDLC). He is an urban designer and planner who have also gained experience as a landscape architect and environmental planner and with an interdisciplinary and multi-professional background.
Dr Razaq Raj
Dr Razaq Raj is Principal Lecturer for Research and Enterprise in Leeds Business School, Economics, Analytics and International Business Subject area.
Dr James McGrath
James lectures in English, History and Media. His specialist areas are popular music (particularly The Beatles / 1960s) and the crossing of Cultural Studies into disability theory / medical humanities (especially concerning autism). James is also a widely published poet.