Media and Film Studies, Media Sociology, Cultural Philosophy, Depth Psychology, Social and Cultural Anthropology
Teaching on programmes including the BA (Hons) Multimedia Journalism, and the MA Multimedia Journalism; before joining the University in 2004 spent 13 years as a newspaper editor in Scotland and England.
A Caledonian Scholar & Senior Lecturer at GCU, Dr Chalmers is an economist by profession. He has specialised for over ten years in the economics of minority languages, arts & culture & has undertaken research & consultancy for many organisations,
Professor John Cook is an internationally known and respected academic expert in the study of the media, with particular research specialisms in aspects of television history, media institutions, screenwriting, television drama, documentary and film..
Ken Garner is programme leader of the BA Multimedia Journalism. Garner’s main research interests are in radio, journalism, and broadcast and film music.
Ben’s career spans journalism and higher education, including Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, where he was principal lecturer in journalism and programme director responsible for Learning & Teaching and Quality in the Department of Media.
Research interests include cultural journalism, film criticism, critics, digital and social media discources and the emergent forms of audiovisual pedagogy.
Dr Miller's interests are in the areas of Film and Television Studies, Jungian Film and TV Studies, Horror, Science Fiction and Cult Genres and Writing for Television.
Professor O'Donnell's field is the cross-cultural analysis of popular cultural products. His main area of interest is Western Europe, though on occasions he also include North America, Latin America and Russia.
Heike Puchan is a Lecturer in Media, Communication and Journalism.
The treatment of vulnerable witnesses in Scotland's justice system.
Teaching Multimedia, Media and Journalism students how to operate radio, camera and editing facilities.