Miss Rachel Tavernor
|Post:||Associate Tutor (Cultural Studies)|
|Location:||MFM School SILVERSTONE|
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Doctoral Researcher in Media and Cultural Studies, AHRC funded.
Editorial Board member of REFRAME, an academic digital publishing platform.
Member of the Sussex Centre for Cultural Studies.
PhD Archiving Activism Placement Researcher, British Library, September 2016 - December 2016.
Visiting PhD Researcher, Södertörn University, April 2016 - May 2016.
Chair of the MeCCSA Postgraduate Network, July 2013 - July 2014.
CHASE Digital Scholar, January 2013 - July 2013.
Founding Editor of RE.FRAMING ACTIVISM, an interdisciplinary, multimedia website, November 2012 - July 2014.
2015: Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, Merit.
2011-2012: MA in Digital Documentary, Merit, University of Sussex.
2008-2011: BA (Hons) in Media Practice and Theory, First Class, University of Sussex.
Co-organiser of Global Humanitarianism and Media Culture, February 2015
Co-organiser of the MeCCSA PGN 2014 Conference, Global Interdependence, June 2014
Co-organiser of the MFM PhD Seminars, Research-in-Progress Seminar Series, September 2013 - 2014
Oragniser of the Challenges and Changes in Academic Publishing Workshop and Roundtable, March 2014
Co-organiser of the SCCS 2013 Workshop, Queer, Feminist and Social Media Praxis, November 2012 - May 2013
Postgraduate Degree Show Coordinator, Stories and Spaces, May 2012 - September 2012
Undergraduate Degree Show Coordinator, Media Matters, September 2010 - June 2011
Archiving Rebellion: Housing Activism in the British Library Collections and Beyond, British Library, November 2016
Communicating Solidarity: The Visual Politics and Practices of Humanitarian Anti-Poverty Activism, Södertörn University, May 2016
2016 The Ethics of Practicing Solidarity in an Era of Liquid Humanitarianism, TRAIN 2016, University of Lund, April 2016, paper presented.
2016 Transient Compassion in an Era of Liquid Humanitarianism, Participatory Cultures, Institutions, Methods, Aarhus University, April 2016, paper presented.
2015 Humouring Hunger: The Commodification of Global Poverty, Nordic Conference on Development Research: A Changing Global Development Agenda?, Gothenburg University, November 2015, paper presented.
2014 Transient Compassion: How British Publics Engage with Humanitarian Communication, Crossroads 2014 Conference, University of Tampere, July 2014, paper and panel chaired.
2014 Humouring Global Poverty: How Facebook Determines Visual Representations of Humanitarianism, Global Interdependence: Knowledge, Experience and Theory, University of Leeds, July 2014, paper presented.
2014 A Human Rights Approach to Humanitarian Communication, Humanities in Human Rights Showcase, Charles Darwin House, June 2014, paper and video presented.
2014 'Liking' Extreme Hunger: How Facebook Changed NGOs Communication of Global Poverty, MeCCSA Annual Conference, Bournemouth University, January 2014, paper presented and panel chaired.
2013 Communicating Humanitarianism: NGOs, Activism and Public Participation, Development Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Birmingham, November 2013, paper presented.
2013 Communicating Rights in NGO Campaigns, Humanities in Human Rights, University of East Anglia, October 2013, work presented.
2013 Mediating Humanitarianism: NGOs, Public Engagement and Compassion, MeCCSA PGN Conference, University of East Anglia, July 2013, paper presented.
2013 Transient Compassion: Humanitarian Visuals, NGO Activism and Public Engagement, Media, Film and Music Doctoral Research Day, University of Sussex, June 2013, paper presented.
Workshops and Symposia
2016 CHASE Encounters Conference, Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, November 2016, workshop delivered.
2014 Global Interdependence: Knowledge, Experience and Theory, University of Leeds, July 2014, paper presented and workshop delivered.
2013 NW/THN: Documenting, Publishing, Disseminating Objects and Experiences, June 2013, workshop delivered.
2012 Capitalism, Democracy and Celebrity Advocacy, Manchester University, June 2012, invited participant.