Students pursuing their doctoral research in the Media & Film Studies programme at SOAS cover a wide range of both media practices and geographic regions. Below is a partial list of students who are currently enrolled in the PhD programme:
Communication and Public Health
Working Title (currently undergoing major amendments) - Art and the Production of Space in Post-Revolutionary Egypt
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Going Global: Studio Ghibli, Anime and the Popularisation of a Global Genre
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Exploring Hindi cinema as a tool for fostering pro-social dialogue in rural India.
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Representations of sexuality, consumerism and crime as objects of fear in the Indian mass media
"National Crisis and the Female Image: Expressions of Trauma in Japanese Film 1945-1964".
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Dialogues about Monolog: openness and undecidability in contemporary performances in Indonesia
Imaginaries and Industries of New Emerging Pakistani Cinema and Television
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A Foreigner's Dream of Japan: The struggle over power and authenticity in a German-Japanese coproduction
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Iranian everyday life as represented on television
Minimizing Friction: The role of private media in the mediation of Zimbabwe’s election politics in 2013
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Small scale audiovisual production and its relationship with the development and aid sector in Nairobi: an approach toward Kenya's media environment, from the perspective of practice-based research.
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News Framing in Times of Crisis: Media Representations of Palestinian Refugees in Nahr el-Bared Battle, 2007
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Women in Zanzibar, their discussions around Media and Modernity
In Medias Res: The cultural translation of international news in Mumbai, India
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Everyday communicative practices of an Arunthathiyar community in Tamil Nadu, India
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“Born Free”? Youth and Screen Media in Post-Apartheid South Africa (1994-2012)
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After theatre: a metaphysical analysis of performance practices in Bali, and the problem of audiences.
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Thai internet fora: Users practices in reshaping news and their impact on mainstream journalism