Dr Terri Daniels

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Course Director: Media and Cultural Studies

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    020 7815 5749
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    Arts and Creative Industries / Film and Media
 

Dr Terri Daniels is a Senior Lecturer Media Studies in the Department of Culture Writing and Performance. She has taught across the media studies curriculum at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, with specialisms in visual culture, media research methods, and mediated representations of gender and ethnicity. She completed her doctorate in 1994 at London South Bank University, examining the BBC's coverage of the decline of the British Empire and the birth of the New Commonwealth, 1936- 1960. Her research interests have included representations of ethnicity in British television, and historical media research using documents and archives.

BA Media and Cultural Studies

Level 4 (Year 1)
Introduction to Media and Communication Studies (Module Coordinator)

Active Audiences (Module Coordinator)

Contemporary Issues (Module Coordinator)

Level 5 (Year 2)
Media Research  (Module Co-ordinator)

Current Issues in Journalism Studies

Level 6 (Year 3)

Media Law and Ethics (Module Co-ordinator)
Dissertation Supervision

MA Creative Media Industries: JournalismResearching the Media industries

Dissertation Supervision

BBC history; television history; ethnicity, gender and media.

 
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