Dr Philippa Lovatt
Dummy photo Lecturer in Media and Communications
Communications, Media and Culture

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University of Stirling
United Kingdom

Email: philippa.lovatt@stir.ac.uk
Phone: 01786 466222

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Dr Philippa Lovatt is a lecturer in Media and Communications where she teaches the module, ‘Global Creative Industries’ on the MSc in Media Management. She gained her AHRC-funded PhD ‘Cinema’s Spectral Sounds: History, Memory and Politics’ from the University of Glasgow in 2011, which explored the relationship between memory and history in films produced in cultures of censorship through an analysis of the films’ sound design. Before coming to Stirling, she taught sound design at Glasgow School of Art and has a particular interest in the relationship between film and television sound, phenomenology and the ethics of spectatorship. She has published her research in the journals Screen and the New Soundtrack. Philippa’s research interests are in film censorship, artists’ film and video, documentary and Asian cinema, and particularly welcomes PhD students whose work relates to any of these areas.

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Lecturer in Media and Communications
Communications, Media and Culture

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