Mr Russell Glasson
|Post:||Associate Tutor (Media and Film, School of Media, Film and Music)|
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Russell Glasson (was Pearce) studied Information Systems at Birkbeck College, University of London (1998 - 2003), and worked in the video games industry (1996 - 2009). Since 2010, Russell has researched into the effects readers experience when adopting electronic digital reading material to replace traditional material sources. Adopting a variety of ethnographic and discursive methods to understand how digital materiality might impact the experience of the text. Prior to this project, Russell used a similar approach to seek to understand the implications of digital distribution has for the professional standing of Video game producers. He is also an editor for Sequence_Serial, a reframe journal.
I am an Associate Tutor for
- Digital Cultures (P3067),
- Debates in Media Studies (P4061),
a visiting lecture in TransMedia Cultures at the University of Brighton and a member of the Centre for Material Digital Culture.
MA Digital Media University of Sussex
Member of THE CENTRE FOR MATERIAL DIGITAL CULTURE AND DIGITAL HUMANITIES (CMDC/DH) based at the University of Sussex. Previously, I have been involved in the staging of a number of conferences, including:
The Tablet Symposium,
I am part of the editorial team for Reframe, working in SEQUENCE_Serial and acting as technical editor on the forthcoming publications for Reframe Books.