College of Arts, Humanities and Education staff

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Postgraduate Research Student

Cath Feely
Senior Lecturer in History

Cath is a lecturer in modern British and European history and heritage, with research interests in nineteenth- and twentieth-century British Cultural, Social and Intellectual History.

Programme Leader - BA (Hons) Fine Art

Craig Fisher is Programme Leader for BA (Hons) Fine Art. He is a practising artist whose current research is concerned with exploring the pictorial, sculptural and ‘site specific’ boundaries of art practice.

English Literature academic, Teresa Forde, at a Star Trek convention in Birmingham.
Senior Lecturer in Film and Media Studies

Teresa is a Senior Lecturer in Film and Media Studies.

Senior Lecturer in Media Studies

Senior Lecturer in Performing Arts (Dance)

Elizabeth Foster is a member of the Performing Arts team working at Deda to deliver on the BA (hons) Dance Degree. Having trained vocationally at Arts Educational School, Laban and Northern School of Contemporary Dance, Elizabeth has accrued over 25 years experience as a professional dancer and dance educator.

Senior Lecturer in Postgraduate Studies

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Technical Instructor - Education

Dawn Fox is a technical Instructor for Education and a Forest School Practitioner. Her role includes working across all areas of Education. She creates opportunities to help enhance student experience including forest school sessions and outdoor education.

James Frost
Programme Leader PG Cert Higher Education Senior Lecturer MA Education

As a Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Education, James Frost supports new members of staff at the University in attaining professional awards associated with teaching and learning in the sector. Additionally, James is also the mathematics pathway leader on the MA Education programme.

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Lecturer in Initial Teacher Education

As a lecturer in Initial Teacher Education, Paul Glossop utilises his extensive experience in teaching, learning and educational leadership to develop and support trainee teachers. He teaches on a range of postgraduate and undergraduate programmes.