Job: PhD Candidate
Faculty: Arts, Design and Humanities
School/department: School of Media and Communication
Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, UK, LE1 9BH
Importance of music programming to teenage girls;
Television, reception studies, women, feminism, memory, taste, distinction, music programming, generation, interview methodology, soap opera, female identity, female desire
‘From Cathy “Queen of the Mods” to Paula “Pop Princess”: Women, music television and adolescent female identity’ – CATH Rethinking Cinema and Television History, De Montfort University, 3/04/2012.
‘The Lady Doth Protest Too Much: The art of identifying interview performativity’ –Writing Lives Symposium, Warwick University, 25.5.2012
‘Researching a “History of Television for Women in Britain 1947-1989”’ – British Society on the Small Screen: The Historian, Television and History, Leicester University, 09.06.2012
‘The Weekend Starts Here’: Women and Pop Music Television’ - Console-ing Passions, Suffolk University, Boston, 21.07.2012
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