Job: PhD Researcher and Lecturer
School/department: Leicester Media School
Address: De Montfort University, The Gateway, Leicester, LE1 9BH, United Kingdom
Daisy Richards is a PhD Researcher in De Montfort University's Cinema and Television History Institute (CATHI). She received her MA from the University of Warwick in 2018, and joined the Department as a PhD student later that year after having received a full scholarship and bursary. Her research focuses on an investigation of sexual violence on television, and is most concerned with the relationship between "quality" programming and rape. She teaches on several module across the Leicester Media School, including the first-year module 'Media Cultures and Everyday Life' and the third-year module 'Women, Politics and the Media.'
"Quality" television, feminist media, gender, representations of women on-screen, debates relating to class, "taste" and aesthetic value, and feminist pedagogy.
Media, film studies, television studies, advertising, PR, gender and the media.
'Media Cultures and Everyday Life', 'Core Concepts in Media and Communication', 'Women, Politics and the Media', 'PR', 'Global Advertising Practices.'