Prof. Philip Hammond
Professor of Media & Communications
Telephone:020 7815 6150
School:Arts and Creative Industries
Philip Hammond is Professor of Media and Communications in the School of Arts and Creative Industries. He is the author/editor of seven books and of many journal articles and chapters in edited collections. He is course director of BSc Criminology with Journalism, BA International Relations with Journalism, BA Politics with Journalism and MA Journalism with Development Studies.
Philip Hammond is course director of MA Journalism with Development Studies, and acting course director for the MA Creative Media Arts Scheme. He also teaches a number of modules for BA Journalism, including Journalism & Society, Journalism Futures and Global Journalism.
Professor Hammond is interested in the relationship between the media and the political disorientations of our post-ideological era. Much of his work has focused on the role of the media in post-Cold War conflicts and international interventions, and he has
extended this to look not only at the news media but also film and video games.
In 2017-18 Professor Hammond was Principal Investigator for an AHRC-funded research network on war and games, and he recently completed a book on Climate Change and Post-Political Communication (Routledge, 2018).
Most recent publications
Hammond, P When frames collide: ‘Ethnic war’ and ‘genocide’. Media, War and Conflict, 11. 434-445. DOI 10.1177/1750635218776994
Hammond, P Climate Change and Post-Political Communication. Routledge, London. ISBN 9781138777507
Aziz, T and Hammond, P Post-screen experiments. Journal of Media Practice, 18. 1-3. DOI 10.1080/14682753.2017.1308745
Pötzsch, H and Hammond, P Approaching the War/Game Nexus [Editorial]. Game Studies, 16.
Hammond, P Theorising media/state relations and power. In: Routlege Handbook of Media, Conflict and Security. Routledge/Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, ISBN 978-0415712910
Ortega Breton, H and Hammond, P Eco-Apocalypse: Environmentalism, Political Alienation, and Therapeutic Agency. In: The Apocalypse in Film: Dystopias, Disasters, and Other Visions about the End of the World. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, pp. 105-116. ISBN 9781442260276
Hammond, P From Computer-Assisted to Data-Driven: Journalism and Big Data. Journalism: theory, practice and criticism, DOI 10.1177/1464884915620205More publications at LSBU Research Open
Prof. Philip Hammond is a member of the: Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association and of the European Communication Research and Education Association, a fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a former member of the Arts & Humanities Research Council's peer review college the British International Studies Association, and the Arts & Humanities Research Council's peer review college.
He is also on the editorial boards of Media, War & Conflict, the advisory panel of JOMEC journal, and the international advisory board of the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media.
His personal website is: http://philhammond.info/