Teaching

Sally has taught over 40 courses in Media and Cultural Studies, currently she teaches undergraduate courses in Gender Studies, Cultural Studies, and Media Studies. Her courses include Class and Popular Culture; Gender, Space and Culture; Culture and the Everyday; Debating Gender: Representation (Feminist Approaches to Representation); and the MA courses Gender and Representation; Emotion, Representation and Culture. Sally has around 8-10 doctoral students working with her on a range of projects within Cultural Studies and Gender Studies.

She also has wider interests in teaching and quality: she was the External Examiner for the new BA Media, Culture and Society, University of Manchester, 2003-6. She is a qualified QAA Subject Reviewer, and Subject Specialist for university Internal Audit (Media, Cultural and Communication Studies, Film Studies). Sally was for many years a member of the national Subject Reference Group for the UK Learning and Teaching Support Network Subject Centre for Art, Design & Communication (LTSN-ADC), now the Higher Education Academy.

Related work

Sally directs the university interdisciplinary PHD in Gender Studies/Humanities programme.

Member of the National Executive Committee of MeCCSA UK (Media, Communications & Cultural Studies Association) from 1999-2006.

Conference Director of MeCCSA UK's annual international conference, University of Sussex, December 19th-21st 2003.

She has been a member of several editorial boards for international refereed journals, and writes book reviews for the Times Higher Education Supplement.