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Professor CLAIRE PARKINSON

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    Biography

    Claire is Professor of Film, Television and Digital Media, Co-Director of the Centre for Human Animal Studies, and Institute for Social Responsibility (ISR) Professorial Fellow. She has held academic posts at Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool Hope University and University of Brighton. She joined Edge Hill University as a professor in 2012 and was the founding Director of the Institute for Creative Enterprise (ICE). She established the Centre for Human Animal Studies (CfHAS) in 2014.

    Claire is PI for the UKRI AHRC funded network 'Multispecies storytelling: more-than-human narratives about landscape' (AH/T006188/1) which runs from 2019 until 2021. She is also PI on the UKRI AHRC funded 'Multisensory multispecies storytelling to engage disadvantaged groups in changing landscapes' project (AH/T012293/1).

    Research interests

    Media, film and animal studies

    Critical Animal Studies

    (un)sustainable consumption

    Eco-media and eco-criticism

    American independent cinema

    Media, film and activism

    Film and politics

    Cultural history

    Education/Academic qualification

    PhD

    Contemporary Media and Cultural Studies, MA

    Design (Audio Visual Communications), BA

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