Dr Joseph McGonagle

Senior Lecturer in Cultural Studies in the French-speaking World

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Research supervision

Research students:

Sarah Davison, 'Re-viewing Terrorism: Contemporary French Approaches to Representing Terror in Film (2001-2018)' (September 2018– ; PhD co-supervised with Dr Darren Waldron).

Adi Bharat, 'Representations of Jewish-Muslim Relations in Contemporary France' (September 2017– ; PhD co-supervised with Dr Barbara Lebrun).

Meriem Bougherira, 'Through Exiled Eyes: The Representation of the Nation in Ahlem Mosteghanemi's Fiction' (September 2017– ; PhD co-supervised with Professor Zahia Smail Salhi).

Monika Kukolova, ‘Rethinking Representations of Identity in Contemporary Francophone West African Cinemas’ (September 2014–January 2018; co-supervised with Dr Darren Waldron). PhD awarded April 2018.

Kaya Davies Hayon, 'The Embodiment of Subjectivity in Contemporary Maghrebi and French Cinemas' (September 2012–September 2015; co-supervised with Dr Darren Waldron). PhD awarded November 2015.

Lema Salem, ‘Women in Contemporary Palestinian Cinema’ (January 2012–February 2015; co-supervised with Dr Anastasia Valassopoulos). PhD awarded May 2015. 

Emma Heywood, ‘Foreign Conflict Reporting Post-9/11 and Post-Cold War: A Comparative Analysis of European Television News Coverage of the Middle East Conflict’ (September 2010–April 2014; co-supervised with Professor Stephen Hutchings). PhD awarded July 2014.

I welcome enquiries from potential MA and PhD students who wish to be supervised in areas broadly related to my research.