Posted: 21 December 2015
Professor Gough-Yates has taught on, and managed, higher education courses in the fields of media and cultural studies for over 20 years. She completed her PhD in Cultural Studies at the University of Birmingham, which explored the women’s magazine industry in late 20th century Britain, and has published widely in this area. She has also conducted research on femininity, feminism and representation in popular television.
She joins Roehampton from the University of West London, where she was Head of its London School of Film, Media and Design.
She is currently a member of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funded network for Subcultures, Popular Music and Social Change and has appeared an expert commentator and consultant for Channel 4, BBC Two, BBC Radio 4 and 5 Live.
Professor Julie Hall, Deputy Provost at the University of Roehampton said: “I’m confident Anna will build on our current successes in Media, Culture and Language and I’m sure she will take the department to new heights. I look forward to working with her to further improve the quality of teaching and research successes in the department.”
The Department has recently launched a new master’s qualification in journalism and achieved exceptional results in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework.
Professor Gough-Yates takes over as Head of Department from Dr Paul Sutton.
Prestigious trust grants Roehampton academic £106,000
A Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship has been awarded to Dr Mark Jary by the Leverhulme Trust to work on a book investigating a revolutionary emerging theory on how language works.
Posted: 7 February 2018
MA Translation student receives recognition for innovative research
Kathleen Cyr, MA Specialised Translation student, has received a special commendation from the Institute of Translation and Interpreting for her MA dissertation on the translation of Japanese TV shows.
Posted: 9 June 2017
Students put skills to practise at Literature Festival
For the second year running, students from the University of Roehampton used their skills to support the Barnes Children's Literature Festival, for whom the University is the official Creative Partner.
Posted: 19 May 2017