College of Arts, Humanities and Education staff

Jennifer Marshall
Senior Lecturer MA Education

Senior Lecturer in Education Studies and MA Education

Mthulisi smiling next to a laptop
Postgraduate Research Student

Mthulisi is a Postgraduate Research Student who is investigating how African newspapers are framing China’s increasing involvement in the continent. 

Matt Borg teaching in front of a screen
Lecturer in Initial Teacher Education

As a Lecturer in Initial Teacher Education, Matt draws on years of experience working in Universities and Primary Schools. He teaches across Undergraduate and Post Graduate courses, with a focus on Social Justice and sustainability in education. 

Staff member Matthew Day stood in front of a bookcase, square image
Deputy Dean - Arts, Humanities and Education

Researcher and Lecturer in Fine Art

Paula McCloskey is a Researcher and Lecturer in Fine Art in the School of Arts

Simi McConnell
Associate Lecturer in Education

Simi McConnell is an Associate Lecturer for the Institute of Education.

Programme Leader/Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing

Moy is the Programme Leader and Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing

Kathleen McIIvenna
Lecturer in History

Kathleen is a Lecturer in History and teaches across the undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Specialising in nineteenth-century British history and with experience of working in the museums sector, Kathleen is module leader on a number of modules for the MA in Public History and Heritage. Her research focuses on the Victorian Post Office, occupational pensions and occupational health.

Daithi McMahon
Senior Lecturer in Media

Daithi is a senior lecturer in media teaching across both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. 

Lynsey Meakin presenting 'Professional Studies: Understanding Aspriation and Achievement'
Lecturer in Education

As a Lecturer of Education in the Institute of Education, Lynsey delivers initial teacher training to trainee teachers on curriculum design and development; research-informed practice; inclusive practice and innovative 21st-century teaching with the aim ensuring that teachers of tomorrow are reflective practitioners who are best prepared to be outstanding in education.