Staff in ICCE
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Professor Victoria Alexander
Victoria’s research combines sociology of the arts, visual culture, sociology of organisations and culture.
Dr Aleksandar Brkić
Alex is creatively balancing between the worlds of arts management and cultural policy research, teaching and practice.
Dr Paul Clements BA MA PhD
Paul is a lecturer in arts and cultural policy, spending many years working with marginalised communities.
Claire is interested in magic, ritual, public space, performance (and its history), contemporary art and film.
Adrian De La Court
Originally trained as an artist and dancer, Adrian has developed a strong portfolio career in the creative industries
Dr Cecilia Dinardi
Cecilia focuses on cultural policies, creative economy, heritage, cities, urban regeneration & creative methodologies
Ashley is Lecturer of Creative Enterprise for the Institute of Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship (ICCE) and the Programme Facilitator for Synapse.
Professor Mike Featherstone
Mike’s current interests are consumer culture, ageing, the body, global culture and knowledge formation.
Dr Carla Figueira
Carla examines international cultural relations as a transdisciplinary field & is interested cultural/language policies.
Dr Michael Franklin
Michael investigates the conceptualisation and management of risk in the film industry and related creative businesses
Dr Nicola Guy
Michael Hitchcock, BA Hons, DPhil
Michael conducts research on cultural tourism with particular regard to museums & heritage. Interests in SE Asia & China
Professor Dr Andrew Holden
Andrew Holden is Professor of Environment and Tourism at Goldsmiths, University of London. He conducts research that focusses on the environment/culture interface especially in the context of sustainable tourism, mobilities and the history of tourism.
Dr Richard Hull
Richard explores social and sustainable enterprise and emerging alternatives to shareholder-focused forms of capitalism.
Oliver’s focus is on using social research, evaluation and analysis to help organisations understand their impact.
Dr Sylvia Lahav
Sylvia remains interested in the way in which museums of art use textual explanation to interpret their collections
Gerald Lidstone BA MA ATC Dr h. c. FRGS
Gerald teaches across four programmes in ICCE, supervises PGR, also researching in areas of cultural policy & practice
Sara’s interests include city branding, gender and urban spaces, and representation of cities in the media
Dr. Kelly Meng Parnwell
Kelly's current research focuses on international business development and strategic management in the luxury industry.
Jonathan has over 25 years’ experience as a Senior Arts manager working internationally.
Dr Pauline Muir
Pauline's research interests are in culture, religion & include a focus on congregational singing in Africa megachurches
Dr Oonagh Murphy
Oonagh’s research has explored best practice on the scalability of emerging technologies for cultural organisations
Dr George Musgrave FRSA
George researches the psychological experiences, mental health, and working conditions of creative artists’ careers
John Newbigin, OBE
John was awarded an OBE for “services to creative industries and the arts” in the Queen’s 2015 New Years Honours L
Oliver Peterson Gilbert
Sociology of art, cultural policy, curatorial practice, ethnomusicology, cultural history, and the creative industries.
Siân has worked with creative and social enterprises to find financial models to ensure impact and value creation
Dr Nicola Searle
Nicola specialises in economics of intellectual property, with a focus on the creative industries and trade secrets.
Dr Martin Smith
Martin works in the media, cultural and creative sectors in various advisory, executive, and non-executive capacities
Dr Tomoko Tamari
Tomoko’s interests are Japanese culture & society; consumer culture; visual culture; technology and the body.