Dr. Susan Flynn
Susan lectures across the Communications and Media programme, merging her interest in digital media, social policy, culture and equality studies with topics such as critical theory, visual culture, media industry practice and creative writing.
Susan’s main areas for PhD supervision are media, social justice and equality, surveillance culture, human rights, disability and mental health in contemporary media, ideology and popular culture.
Susan’s published work spans a wide range of edited collections and international academic journals, focusing on the representation of bodies in the digital age, and the culture of surveillance. She has also published several reviews and short stories.
Susan has edited a number of collections including Spaces of Surveillance: States and Selves (2017); Surveillance, Race, Culture (2018); Surveillance, Architecture and Control: Discourse on Spatial Culture (2019). She is currently working on two further titles: Surveilling America On Screen: Discourses on the Nostalgic Lens, and, Screen Bodies in the Digital Age: Voyeurism, Violence and Power.
In 2019 Susan will co-edit the Northern Lights Film and Media Studies Yearbook, as well as a special edition of C21 Journal of 21st Century Writings.
View the BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Cultures course page.
View the BA (Hons) Media Communications course pages.
View MA Media, Communications and Critical Practice course page.