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Teaching 

 

 

I am currently teaching Reporting Risk and Conflict; Level 6-Final Year-since 2011, Business and Journalism; Level 6 since 2011; Working in  Mass Communication Industries (MSc) since 2013; Rethinking Journalism (Level 5) since 2017; Practices of Journalism Level 4 since 2016.

I also taught History of Journalism between 2011 and 2013, Media History level 4 between 2012 and 2013; Mass Communication Case Study between 2014 and 2015, Mass Communication Industries level 5 between 2014 and 2016.

I have supervised dozens of undergraduate and postgraduate students, and I currently supervise four PhDs, including one who is submitting by the end of this month with a view of defending this autumn.

 

Guest Lectures include:

 ‘Journalism in Africa: Modernity Vs Traditionalism’, a lecture delivered as part of MA International Journalism module at the University of Swansea on April 19 2010

‘Journalism in Africa: Modernity Vs Traditionalism’,   a 3-hour lecture delivered as part of MA International Journalism module at the University of the West of England, Bristol on October 24 2006

‘Journalism in Africa and the myth of the Western ‘bandwagonism’ theory: A critical comparative approach’, a 3-hour lecture delivered as part of MA International Journalism module at the University of the West of England, Bristol on October 31st 2007

‘Paradoxical models and conventions in war reporting: A closer look at Africa’s conflicts’, a 2-hour lecture delivered as part of MA International Journalism at Falmouth University College, Cornwall on November 2nd 2007

‘Reporting diversity, media representation and global journalism’, a 2-hour lecture delivered as part of MA Broadcast journalism at Falmouth University College, Cornwall on November 2nd 2007.

 

 Seminars include:

Seminar Talk organised by the University of the West of England Centre for Intercultural Communication on Wednesday February 13 2008 on the topic: Historical Frames and the Politics of Humanitarian Intervention: From Ethiopia, Somalia to Rwanda, based on an article published in the autumn 2007 edition of the refereed journal Globalisation, Education and Societies, Routledge Taylor & Francis

 

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