Doctoral students in the Sussex Centre of Cultural Studies come from many different schools of the University of Sussex.
Caterina Alessandrini (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Philosophy with English and Art History) 'Critical discourse analysis of contemporary Visual Arts practice'.
Anna Arrowsmith (A.Arrowsmith@sussex.ac.uk) (Media, Film and Music) 'Rethinking Misogyny: Men's Perceptions of Female Power in Dating Relationships.'
Sally Bream (email@example.com) (Media, Film and Music) 'The Landscape of Pevensey Levels: Preservation, Conservation and Climate Change'
Ryan Burns (R.Burns@sussex.ac.uk) (Media, Film and Music) Control and Liberation in the Digital Everyday'.
Paola Cannas (P.Cannas@sussex.ac.uk) (Media, Film and Music) 'Brahms' Symphony No. 4: A performance history'.
Yi Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Media, Film and Music) 'Murmuring in the Tides, Rhythmanalysis of Contemporary British Culture'.
Emilia Cheng (email@example.com) (Media, Film and Music) 'Historical Representations in Transnational Chinese Cinemas'
Gemma Cobb (G.R.Cobb@sussex.ac.uk) (Gender Studies) 'Gender conformity in the pro-anorexia movement'
Leonor Cutileiro (M.Cutileiro-Cerqueira-Correia@sussex.ac.uk) (Media, Film and Music) 'The politics of presence in the everyday life of a university campus in Porto, Portugal. An ethnographic approach using Mass-Observation'.
Sherri Foster (S.Foster@sussex.ac.uk) 'The Construction of Conjoined Twins in Contemporary Fiction and Culture'.
Irene Fubara-Manuel (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Media, Film and Music) 'Animating Opacity: Biometric Technologies and the Aesthetic of Irreducible Singularity'
Vivian Huang email@example.com (Science and Technology Policy Research)
Cecilia Ibarra C.V.Ibarra-Mendoza@sussex.ac.uk
Ae Jin Han [A.Han@sussex.ac.uk] 'Transnational flows in Korean popular performance'.
Sarah Johnston (S.G.Johnston@sussex.ac.uk) 'The role of brands in the contemporary culture of children'
Tanya Kant (T.Kant@sussex.ac.uk) (Media and Cultural Studies) 'Endless choice and the end of choice: How do individuals actively respond to the restriction of choice created by personalised media texts?'
Benjamin Litherland (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Media, Film and Music) 'From Pugilism to Professional Wrestling in England, 1710 - 1980'
Anneke Newman (email@example.com) (Global Studies) 'Negotiating definitions of 'educated persons' and the utility of formal schooling: An ethnographic study of pastoralist Fulbe girls in Senegal'
Juan Ramos (J.Perez-Ramos@sussex.ac.uk) 'The US Spanish Language Telenovela'
Elizabeth Reed (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Gender Studies) 'Researching the form, formation and potential of queer families'
Aaron Saunderson-Cross (A.Saunderson-Cross@sussex.ac.uk) (Media, Film and Music)
Rosemary Shirley (email@example.com) (Media, Film and Music) 'The Non-Metropolitan Everyday and Visual Culture'.
Vicky Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Media, Film and Music) 'Towards a Sensual Understanding of National Identity: Food, Film and the Porous Screen'.
Hanna Stepanik (email@example.com) (Development Studies, University of Vienna) 'The role of "Cape Verdean" popular cultural practices in the context of diasporisation in Lisbon'
Umme Busra Fateha Sultana [U.Sultana@sussex.ac.uk] 'Intersectional Aspects of Gendered Sexualities in Contraceptive Advertisements and Its Linkage to People’s Lived Experience of Sexualities in Bangladesh'.
Rachel Tavernor (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Media and Cultural Studies) 'From Spectatorship to Solidarity: visualising protest movements in the British media. '
Jane Traies (email@example.com) (Media, Film and Music) 'The Lives of British Lesbians Over Sixty: An Empirical Study'.
Varsha Venugopalan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Frank Verano (F.Verano@sussex.ac.uk) Transitory Presences: Representations of Space, Place and the Body in Direct Cinema.
Rebecca Webb (R.C.Webb@sussex.ac.uk) 'Creating a Climate of Controversy in the Classroom: how Teachers enable Children aged 8 to 11 to develop the Political Literacy to Question and Challenge elements of their own lives'.
Suzie Wilkins (email@example.com) 'Musical Experience and Subjectivity: A Reception-based Approach'.
Benjamin Zeitlin (firstname.lastname@example.org) CREATE (School of Education and Social Work)