Staff research interests
The cultural politics, communications and media group includes the following researchers:
Sally Broughton-Micova media regulation
Delia Dumitrescu political communication, public opinion, elections and campaigns, media framing
Alan Finlayson political thought, social theory, cultural studies, rhetoric, ideology, interpretive methods, critical policy studies, democratic theory, agonism, cultural politics
Ben Little activism, politics of digital culture, generation, comic books and graphics novels
Hazel Marsh Latin American film and media, popular culture, and the history, societies and political cultures of Latin America
Marina Prentoulis political activism, politics and the media
John Street copyright and copyright policy, the politics of music, celebrity politics, political communication
Mark Wells practical media
Helen Warner gender, production culture and the creative industries.
Alex Williams hegemony, political strategy, digital cultures, digital politics, digital platforms, Marxism, social movements, politics of work.
The cultural politics, communications and media group includes the following research students:
Sara Vilar Lluch
James Sampere Peacock
For queries about this research group, please contact Dr Ben Little.
Prospective research students with interests in cultural politics, communications and media are invited to visit postgraduate research for general enquiries, or contact Dr Simon Curtis.