Dr Lynne Hibberd
About Dr Lynne Hibberd
Senior Lecturer, Media and Cultural Studies.
Lynne's teaching and research focuses on mainstream film and television texts, audiences and institutions. She is also part of the Media and Place research cluster which is concerned with transformations in space and place and the interrelation of both to media.
Lynne teaches on the BA(Hons) Media, Communication, Cultures, BA(Hons) English and Media, and MA Media.
- Level 4 modules: Introduction to Media and Cultural Studies, Researching TV Studies,
- Level 5 module Media Professional Workshop,
- Level 6 modules: Dissertation, Genre Bending Genre Blending
Lynne's research interests are underpinned by a feminist ethos which stresses inclusive practice, collaborative interdisciplinary working, and creative and unorthodox approaches to scholarship.
She is currently Principal Investigator on a British Academy/Leverhulme Trust research grant where she is researching the construction of Holmfirth, West Yorkshire as 'Last of the Summer Wine' country. Lynne is also working closely with Zoë Tew-Thompson on two Media and Place research projects, Verdant Creativities and Rhubarb Talks.