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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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    animal Social Sciences
    vegetarianism Social Sciences
    decision maker Social Sciences
    television Social Sciences
    Animals Arts & Humanities
    Cinema Arts & Humanities
    Values Social Sciences
    Christopher Nolan Arts & Humanities

    Research Output 2001 2019

    Animals, Anthropomorphism and Mediated Encounters

    PARKINSON, CLAIRE., 8 Aug 2019, Routeledge. 176 p.

    Research output: Book/ReportBook

    animal
    popular culture

    Animal stars: a critical view of creaturely celebrity

    Parkinson, C., 21 Jan 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Czech and Slovak Journal of Humanities.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Open Access
    File
    Celebrity
    Animals
    Stardom
    Economics
    Alternative History

    Pathways to Veganism: Exploring Effective Messages in Vegan Transition

    PARKINSON, CLAIRE., TWINE, RICHARD. & GRIFFIN, NAOMI., Jun 2019, Edge Hill University. 141 p.

    Research output: Book/ReportProject report

    Open Access
    File
    vegetarianism
    communication research
    eating behavior
    research project
    promotion

    Animal bodies and embodied visuality

    Parkinson, C., 31 Dec 2018, In : Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture. 46, p. 51-64

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

    Animals
    Visuality
    Materiality
    Usefulness
    Optical

    Animal Cruelty and Reality Television: A Critical Review

    Molloy, C., 2016, Animal Cruelty: A multidisciplinary approach to understanding. Second edition. Brewster, M. P. & Reyes, C. L. (eds.). Carolina Academic Press, p. 379-395

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

    Animal Welfare
    Television

    Projects 2018 2019

    Activities 2018 2018

    Dangerous Dogs: Breed Specific Legislation inquiry written evidence DDL0200

    CLAIRE PARKINSON (Participant)
    13 Jun 2018

    Activity: Other activity typesOther

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    Thesis

    Film Festivals and Counter-hegemony: Radical Screening Practices in the Neoliberal City

    Author: KILLICK, A., 1 May 2018

    Supervisor: PARKINSON, C. (Director of Studies), TRANDAFOIU, R. (Supervisor) & HOEY, P. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

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    Managing Indie-Auteurism in An Era of Sectoral Media Convergence

    Author: STUBBS, A., 1 Mar 2019

    Supervisor: ANDREWS, H. (Director of Studies), TRANDAFOIU, R. (Supervisor) & PARKINSON, C. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

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