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Academic Staff

Anstead

Room TW3.7.01F
020 7955 7529
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Assistant Professor, Programme Director:
MSc Politics & Communication
  • New political communication
  • Electoral and campaigning politics
  • The changing form of participation, engagement and citizenship
  • The evolution of political institutions and their relationship with technology

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ShakuBanaji2016

Room TW2.7.01F
020 7955 6105
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Associate Professor, Programme Director:
MSc Media, Communication & Development
  • Children, young people, political contexts and the media
  • South Asian media, Hindi cinema, audiences and texts
  • Social and civic uses of the internet and youth participation
  • Media education, media literacy and creativity

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CharlieBeckettfullportrait 

Room TW2.7.01K
020 7955 7695
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Director of Polis
  • News media change, social media, media economics and networked journalism. 
  • Journalism and politics in the UK and internationally in the digital age.
  • Journalism and terrorism, strategic communications. 

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BartCammaerts-2015

Room TW2.6.01C
020 7955 6495
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Associate Professor, Programme Director:
MSc Media & Communications (& Research track)
  • Media, power and social change
  • Communication and resistance
  • Activism and mediation
  • Alternative media and community radio

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On sabbatical in Lent Term and Summer Term 2018

 

Lilie Chouliaraki

Room TW2.7.01D
020 7852 3790
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Professor of Media and Communications
  • Mediation and ethics: suffering, violence and war in the media
  • Public life and citizenship
  • Journalism and digital media
  • Text- and discourse-based research methods

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On sabbatical in Michaelmas Term 2017 and Lent Term 2018

 

NickCouldry2015

Room TW3.7.01E
020 7955 6243
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Professor of Media, Communications and Social Theory, Head of Department
  • Everyday media practices
  • Digital platforms and possibilities for voice
  • The mediatization of government and other spheres of life
  • Ethics of media and of life with media
  • Social theory perspectives on media and communications

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On research leave in Michaelmas Term 2017

 

Seeta Gangadharan

Room TW2.7.01I
020 7955 7437
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Assistant Professor
  • Data profiling, privacy, surveillance, and historically marginalized communities
  • Media justice, communication rights, digital inclusion
  • Technology, civil society, communication policy
  • Public participation in policy-making

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Myria-2016

Room TW2.7.01G
020 7955 6177
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Associate Professor, Deputy Head of Department
  • Diaspora, migration and transnationalism
  • Media, the city and cosmopolitanism
  • Identity, community and the media
  • Media consumption and identity construction

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On sabbatical for the academic year 2017/18

 

EllenHelsper2015

Room TW2.7.01E
020 7955 6420
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Associate Professor, Director of Graduate Studies
  • Links between social and digital exclusion
  • Mediated interpersonal and social relationships: social identity, intimacy and psychological wellbeing
  • Cross-cultural comparisons of media in everyday life
  • Quantitative methods in media and communications research

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On sabbatical for the academic year 2017/18

 

SoniaLivingstone2015

Room TW2.7.01L
020 7955 7710
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Professor of Social Psychology, Doctoral Programme Director
  • Children and young people's online opportunities and risks
  • Media literacy, public engagement and critical audiences
  • Social and domestic contexts for the use of ICT
  • Television audiences, audience reception, media effects

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RobinMansell2015

Room TW3.7.01B
020 7955 6380
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Professor of New Media and the Internet
  • Social and organisational transformation and new technologies
  • Knowledge networks and innovation systems
  • Information and communication technologies, development and inequality
  • Information and communication policy and regulation

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bingchun

Room TW2.7.01H
020 7107 5020
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Associate Professor, Programme Director:
MSc Global Media & Communications (with Fudan University)
  • Political economy of media and communication industries 
  • Communication Governance
  • Mediated politics in China
  • Comparative research of media culture

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WMotta_Guarneros

Room TW2.6.01E
020 7955 6896
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LSE Fellow
  • Neoliberalism, middle-class entrepreneurship movements and innovation communities
  • New technological urban landscapes and urban neighbourhoods place-making transmedia practices
  • Communication asset-infrastructure mapping, multiculturalism, social capital, belonging and civic engagement
  • Mixed methods, participatory design, applied and ethnographic research

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Shani-photo

Room TW3.7.01H
020 7955 6493
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Associate Professor, Exam Sub-Board Chair
  • Media representations
  • Media and Globalisation
  • Narrative and media
  • Health and new media
  • Methodological aspects of internet research

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Room TW3.7.01i
020 7955 6781
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Assistant Professor
  • Digital maps, public participation and activism
  • Digital methods in social sciences and humanities
  • Big data, scientific infrastructures and interdisciplinarity
  • Politics of data science

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alison new headshot

Room TW3.7.01J
020 7955 6649
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Assistant Professor, Programme Director:
MSc Media & Communications (Data & Society)
  • Digital citizenships
  • Open source cultures
  • Digital activism, technology activism and hacktivism

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On research leave in Lent and Summer Term 2018

 

Terhi Rantanen

Room TW2.7.01B
020 7955 6401
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Professor of Global Media & Communications, Programme Director:
MSc Global Media & Communications (with University of Southern California)
  • Global media
  • Global news
  • Post-communist media
  • Media history and history of media studies

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Corinne Schweizer

Room TW2.6.01D
020 7107 5026
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LSE Fellow
  • Media Regulation, Media Structures, Public Service Media
  • Social theory perspectives on media and communications
  • Public and Political Discourse on Media Policy Issues
  • Comparative Social Science Research
 

Damian_Tambini

Room TW2.7.01J
020 7955 6625
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Associate Professor, Programme Director:
MSc Media & Communications (Governance)
  • Changing relations among states, governments, law and media
  • Public service broadcasting, freedom of speech, intellectual property, the 'commons'.
  • Media, ethics, self regulation and global institutions
  • Media, democracy, civil society and the public sphere

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On research leave in Michaelmas Term 2017

 

Wendy_Willems_2014

Room TW3.7.01G
020 7852 3738
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Assistant Professor, Programme Director:
MSc Global Media & Communications (with University of Cape Town)
  • Global digital culture and social change
  • Postcolonial/decolonial approaches to media and communications
  • Media culture and neoliberalism in the Global South
  • Popular culture, performance and politics in Africa

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RafalZaborowski

Room TW3.7.01C
020 7955 7346
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LSE Fellow
  • Media audiences, media practices, participation and interpretation
  • East Asian and Japanese media
  • Music, sound, popular culture and society
  • Qualitative methods in media and cultural studies
 

 

 

 

  

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