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    University of Lincoln
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    LN6 7TS
    United Kingdom

    Ms Diane Charlesworth

    Senior Lecturer

    Lincoln School of Film & Media
    College of Arts

    About Diane Charlesworth

    Diane is a senior lecturer in media studies, specialising in film and television.
    Currently she is undertaking a part time MPhil/Phd provisionally entitled “The places and spaces for the female television personality in British television history”.

    Department Responsibilities

    Module Co-ordinator for Media Production and Film and Television undergraduate degree modules: MED2028: Media Research: Methods and Proposal Design MED2040M: Children’s Film and Television FTV2019M: Women in and at the Movies: Stars, genre and audience FTV 2021M: Analysing Film and Television as Industries 1 FTV2022M: Analysing Film and Television as Industries 2 Unit Co-ordinator for Media Production MA module: MED9009M: Media Ethics, Regulation and the Law.  She also teaches on: MED1249M: Production Planning, MED1015M: Mediation and Representation, FTV1004M: Audiovisual principles and practices, MED2056M Television and New Media Entertainment,  FTV3007M Film and Television under Pressure, and the MA module MED9307M De-westernising Film and Cultural Studies, along with supervising undergraduate dissertations; Academic tutor across the three years of undergraduate programme and MA taught students.

    Subject Specialism

    Star and celebrity studies, gender politics, British broadcasting history and Media Ethics, Regulation and Law


    • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy — HEA, 2015
    • B.A Hons. European Studies [with German], — University of Durham
    • MA by Research in Media and Cultural Studies — University of Lincoln

    Professional Affiliations

    • Member of MeCCSA [including the Women’s Network and the Policy Network]
    • Menber of BAFTSS [British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies]
    • Member of the Women’s Film and Television History Network
    • Member of the Voice of the Listener and Viewer

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

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