Higher Degree by Research Candidate
School of Humanities
Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics
I am a PhD Candidate and tutor at the University of Adelaide. I have taught a range of undergraduate classes across all levels in the Bachelor of Media degree during my time as an HDR.
My thesis "Retrospectively Reading Complex TV and The Sopranos" explores how some 'old' television texts are being given a second life by new audiences. I discuss the ways in which watching complex shows a new mediascape can transform the meaning we take from them. My project combines close textual analysis with in-depth research interviews.
PhD thesis “Retrospectively Reading The Sopranos: Rethinking Complex Television in New Cultural Contexts"
I have published other research that has stemmed from my thesis. My broader research interests are television studies, audience studies, complex TV, masculinity studies and The Sopranos.
|Date||Course Title||Course Level/Code||Role|
|2022||Approaches to Media||MDIA 2306||Tutor|
|2022||Media Policy and Media Law||MDIA 2301||Tutor|
|2021||Professional Practises||MDIA 3310||Tutor|
|2021||Researching Media||MDIA 2302||Tutor|
|2020-21||Screen and Sound Industries||MDIA 1015||Tutor|
|2019||Exploring TV & Radio||MDIA 1004||Tutor|
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