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Area of academic expertise - outline
In 2011, Rachael completed the MLitt in Film & Television at the University of Glasgow. Her final thesis examined the 'voices' of television critics and their contemporary roles in shaping taste. As relected by the choice of postgraduate course, her interests lie in both Film and Television theoretical studies. She currently contributes to modules in the following areas: Cinema Aesthetics, Cult Films and Fan Cultures, Broadcast Drama, Film Genre, Critical Studies in Film and American Television. She also supervises Hons Creative Projects. Her teaching contributes to both the Filmmaking & Screen writing programme and the Broadcast Production programme.
Current research activities
Rachael is interested in developing her pedagogical practice through further incorporation of technology. This has become more urgent in current circumstances with the move to online teaching.
Desired research direction
Rachael would like to progress her research career by investigating how to write and publish research papers.
Target collaborative organisations
Rachael would be interested in working with Educational groups who focus on incorporating technology into teaching. She also has an interest in student mental well being and would like to collaborate with groups promoting mental well being (especially in students).
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