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Media and Global Politics BA(Hons): Who teaches this course

About the faculty and staff

The media and communication teaching team includes staff from a variety of disciplines within the humanities and social sciences. Their areas of expertise relate to aspects of media and cultural production, consumption and textual analysis.

Our global politics and international relations team incorporates subject specialists whose research interests enliven the curriculum. We have research and teaching strengths in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Eastern and Western Europe.

Staff teaching on this course

Dr Atsuko Ichijo


Dr Robin Pettitt


Dr Andrew Higginbottom


Professor Scott Wilson


Stephen Bowen


Dr Steven Bastow


Dr Hager Weslati


Dr Aybige Yilmaz


Dr Ilaria Favretto


Dr Eleni Ikoniadou

Dr Eleni Ikoniadou's work is situated at the intersection of media theory, contemporary philosophy and digital art, and has appeared in journals and book collections such as Culture Machine, Leonardo and An Unlikely Alliance: Thinking Environments with Deleuze/Guattari. Her writing opts for the construction of non-reductive, relational, transdisciplinary methods, after thinkers like Gilles Deleuze, Felix Guattari, William James, Henri Bergson, Susanne Langer, AN Whitehead, Isabelle Stengers.


Dr Hannah Miller


Dr Radu Cinpoes


Dr Simon Choat


Dr Nevena Nancheva


Dr Simon Brown


Dr Colette Balmain


Peter Finn

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