Seminar: The role of the UK popular press in BREXIT

Seminar: The role of the UK popular press in BREXIT

You are cordially invited to the inaugural seminar of the FAHSS International Visiting Scholar Seminar Series 
 
“Deadly Cost of Our wide Open Borders"- The role of the UK popular press in BREXIT
 
Dr Marcus Leaning, 
School of Media and Film,
University of Warwick, UK. 
Wednesday 7 December at 15.00 
Room: C1079
 
Biography
Dr Marcus Leaning received his BA in Politics and Sociology at the University of the West of England in 1994, his M.Sc in Social Analysis from South Bank University London in 1998 and his PhD from the University of Luton (now the University of Bedfordshire ) in 2004. He worked at Trinity College Carmarthen (now University of Wales Trinity St David) from 2002  before joining the University of Winchester as Programme Leader for Media Studies in 2009. He was made Head of the School of Media and Film in 2012 and stood down from this role in 2016. 
 
Recent Publications 
Leaning, M. (eds) (2015) Collaborative Learning in Media Education, Santa Rosa: Informing Science Press. ISBN: 9781932886931
Leaning, M., Manning, P. and Hubner, L. (eds) (2014) Zombie Renaissance: the Re-animation of the Undead in Popular Culture, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN: 9781137276490
Leaning, M. and Pretzsch, B. (eds) (2010) Visions of the Human is Science Fiction and Cyberpunk, Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press. ISBN 9781904710165