Editorial Team

Senior Editor

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    James Broun - University of Sussex , United Kingdom
    James Broun is a PhD candidate at the University of Sussex; his research examines the formation of middle-class networks, identities and cultures on English private housing estates since the 1970s. He published his first article in Contemporary British History (Taylor & Francis) in January 2020. Before arriving at Sussex, James completed a BA in history and politics at Brasenose College, Oxford, and an MRes in history at King's College London. During his undergraduate degree, he spent a year writing for The Oxford Student newspaper, including a term as its Deputy Editor; and while at King's, he was an outreach ambassador. When not studying, James enjoys exploring London, trying to cook and researching obscure historical subjects. Click here to see his University of Sussex profile.

Submissions Editor

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    Kasia Kubin - School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London

    Submissions Editor

    Kasia is a PhD candidate at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, based at the Centre for Cultural, Literary and Postcolonial Studies (CCLPS). Her research explores affect in postcolonial texts as an entry point to consider issues of identity, representation, and authorial ethics. She is co-founder and current Executive Board member of the Foundation for Social Diversity (www.ffrs.org.pl), a non-government organisation based in Poland that deals with issues of migration, equality and social diversity. She regularly contributes to the largest UK-based blog focused on cultural production and Africa, Africa in Words (https://africainwords.com/?s=Kubin&x=0&y=0)

Articles Editor

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    Natasha Richards - University of Essex , United Kingdom

    Articles Editor

    Natasha completed her BA English and Theatre at the University of Sheffield and her MA Applied Theatre at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She is currently studying PhD Theatre at the University of Essex, researching creative approaches to Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) with U.K. young people. She is passionate about using creativity as an agent for change and possesses professional experience in the Applied Theatre field.

     

    @TashaRRichards follow me for thoughts on RSE, feminism, applied theatre, veganism and other random stuff!

Reviews Editor

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    Jane Hartshorn - University of Kent

    Reviews Editor

     

    Jane Hartshorn is in her first year of a Practice as Research PhD at the University of Kent. Her poetic practice explores female embodiment in relation to cultural and social discourses of illness and wellbeing. She has had poems published in amberflora, Front Horse, Raum, and her pamphlet Tract was published in 2017 by Litmus Publishing. Tweet her @jeahartshorn.

Creative Encounters Editor

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    Eleanor Kilroy - Goldsmiths, University of London , United Kingdom

    Creative Encounters Editor 

    Eleanor Kilroy is a PhD candidate at Goldsmiths, University of London, studying across two departments, Theatre and Performance and Media and Communications. The current research is set in a Liverpudlian context and is interested in using performance to explore girls’ participation with Instagram through the facilitation of extracurricular performance groups in three educational sites. The term performance is used to cover the scope of a mixed-method combining live art processes, feminist work inspired by Augusto Boal and his Theatre of the Oppressed and projects carried out in the context of Theatre in Education (TiE) with girls and young women. Before embarking on PhD study, Eleanor taught Secondary school Drama, completed an MA in Performance and Culture: Interdisciplinary Perspectives at Goldsmiths and a BA in Drama at Liverpool Hope University. 


    Twitter: @EleanorKilroy

Layout and Proofread Coordinator

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    Baljit Kaur Bains - University of Sussex , United Kingdom

    Layout and Proofread Coordinator 

    Baljit is a first year PhD student in the department of Media, Film and Music at the University of Sussex. Her research currently entitled 'Music as Prosthetic Biography: A Case Study of Young People in East London' will critically explore the ways in which 'musicking' is considered an effective community intervention for young people who have either directly or indirectly experienced victimisation. The research will follow the lives of young people aged 16-19 who attend a youth club in East London. In her spare time, she can be found running trails and reaching summits. 

    Twitter: @BKBains_

Communications Editor

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    Kamran Qureshi - University of East Anglia , United Kingdom
    Kamran Qureshi is an award-winning British Film and Television Director, Scholar and Co-founder of KQ Movies and Evergreen Media Europe Ltd. Kamran is teaching MA Film, Television and Creative Practice at School of Art, Media and American Studies, University of East Anglia (UEA). He is also working on the first-ever doctoral study that brings together theoretical readings of representation of intersex with professional practice in Film, TV and Media research at UEA. He is voluntarily working as a Governor in the Council of Governors of the Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Click here to see his University of East Anglia profile. Twitter: @MrKamranQureshi. Personal website: KamranQureshi.com