Since 2017, I have taught on multiple undergraduate and postgraduate modules at the University of Nottingham and Coventry University in areas such as media (digital, mainstream, social), communication, gender studies, critical theory, and cultural studies.

I am an experienced higher education teacher in a broad range of media and communication theories and practices with extensive involvement in leading, designing and delivering modules (both synchronous and asynchronous) through face-to-face and online lectures, seminars and workshops, using a range of platforms and software, including Aula, Moodle, Zoom and MS Teams.

As a Teaching Associate in International Media and Communication Studies at the University of Nottingham (2017-2022), I supervised undergraduate dissertation students and co-taught on modules across the BA International Media and Communications Studies  and MA International Media and Communication Studies  programmes. I have previously taught on the BA Film and Television Studies programme at the same institution. As an Hourly Paid Lecturer at Coventry University (2020-21), I supervised postgraduate dissertations, convened an MA module and lectured on the MA Communication, Culture and Media programme. I also contributed to team taught workshops and lectures on the BA Media and Communications and collaborated in developing the existing programme.

I am an Associate Fellow of the HEA.

Teaching Experience

Degree programmes:

BA (Hons) Film and Television Studies

BA (Hons) International Media and Communications Studies

2020/21          Coventry University (HPL)

MA Communication, Culture and Media

BA (Hons) Media and Communications             

Modules convened / team taught:


Media and Society (Level 1)                                                

Cultures of Everyday Life (Level 1)                               

Communication and Technology (Level 1)

Questioning Culture: An introduction to research (Level 1)

Researching Culture, Film and Media (Level 2)

Digital Communication and Media (Level 2)

Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) workshop (Level 2) 

Engaging with Media Configurations (Level 3)

Research Design (Level 3) 

Dissertation/Final Major Project (Level 3)  

Public Cultures: Protest, Participation and Power (Level 3)


The Transnational Condition (MA)

Dissertation/Final Major Project (MA)  

Responsibilities include:
  • Applying knowledge gained from applied research, scholarship and external professional contexts to improve content, vocational relevance and delivery of teaching;
  • Convening, preparing and delivering teaching to individuals and/or groups across a range of modules and modes of teaching (synchronous and asynchronous) and VLEs;
  • Designing and reviewing the curriculum, and setting, marking and moderating coursework and examinations;
  • Providing pastoral care to personal tutees and employability skills training to UGs;
  • Supervising undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations to completion.