School of Arts and Media
Lecturer in Film Studies
In 2012 I received my Screen Studies doctorate from the University of Manchester with a thesis examining representations of masculinity in crisis in fin de millennium Hollywood cinema. In a largely un-researched but ultimately epochal moment of cinematic, cultural and gender discourse, I have continued to research more broadly in the area of masculine identity and more specifically on the plurality of masculinities. This has led to a (forthcoming) monograph and numerous other rigorous academic papers and articles circumventing this key research interest. After undertaking teaching posts in Film at various universities including Nottingham Trent University, Liverpool Hope University and the University of Manchester, I took up a full-time teaching position at Salford in 2017.
Areas of research
Gender, Masculinities, Race, Cinema, Identities
I teach modules focusing on Film History, Classical Hollywood Cinema, British Cinema and more recently I have developed a Third Year (Level 6) module on ‘Hollywood Masculinities’.
Film Gender, sexuality and identity politics Race (theory) Film and Philosophy