Media Guide to Experts

This guide is for use by journalists wishing to contact academic experts at Newman. To use the guide just click on a specific area of expertise you are interested in, in the table below.
 
If you have any further enquiries please contact Colin Harris, PR and Marketing Officer at colin.harris@newman.ac.uk, tel. 0121 476 1181.
 
Make a selection from the areas of expertise below:

 

A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z  



African literature: Dr Helen Cousins  
American Literature and Film: Dr Louise McDonald  
Ancient Regime Peasantry: Dr Noelle Plack  
Black feminism: Dr Helen Cousins  
Catholic Theology Inter-faith dialogue: Mr David McLoughlin  
Children’s literature and disability: Emeritus Professor Stan Tucker  
Children’s rights: Emeritus Professor Stan Tucker  Mr Graham Brotherton  
Choral Conducting (MD of local Choral Society): Mr Derek Wroughton  
Christian approaches (Work, Debt and Migration): Mr David McLoughlin  
Collaborative Learning Communities: Dr Dave Trotman  
Creative and Imaginative Education: Dr Dave Trotman  
Cultural aspects of literature: Dr Helen Cousins  
Drama (in education): Dr Kate Katafiasz  
Education: Emeritus Professor Stan Tucker  Mr Graham Brotherton  
Education Studies: Dr Dave Trotman  
Edward Bond: Dr Kate Katafiasz  
Film studies (Adaptation Studies): Dr Louise McDonald  
French Revolution: Dr Noelle Plack  
Health and Social Care: Mr Graham Brotherton  
History of French Wine: Dr Noelle Plack  
Inter-war women’s literature: Dr Louise McDonald  
Jesus of Nazareth (political and social implications): Mr David McLoughlin  
Muay Thai: Dr Tony Myers  
Music (Experimentalism): Mr Bruce Coates  
Music (Jazz): Mr Bruce Coates  
Music (teaching): Mr Bruce Coates  
Music Teaching (Primary & Secondary): Mr Derek Wroughton  
Mysticism and Spirituality: Mr David McLoughlin  
Napoleonic Empire: Dr Noelle Plack  
Orchestral Conducting (MD of local Choral Society Orchestra): Mr Derek Wroughton  
Pedagogical studies in physical education: Dr Lorayne Woodfield  
Piano Teaching (to Advanced Level): Mr Derek Wroughton  
Policy (Children): Emeritus Professor Stan Tucker  Mr Graham Brotherton  
Policy (Family): Emeritus Professor Stan Tucker  Mr Graham Brotherton  
Postcolonial Critical Approaches: Dr Helen Cousins  
Safeguarding children: Emeritus Professor Stan Tucker  Mr Graham Brotherton  
School assessment: Emeritus Professor Stan Tucker  
Social & Economic History (C18 & 19th France): Dr Noelle Plack  
Social Exclusion: Emeritus Professor Stan Tucker  
Social policy: Emeritus Professor Stan Tucker  Mr Graham Brotherton  
Teaching Assistants: Emeritus Professor Stan Tucker  
Twentieth Century Music: Mr Bruce Coates  
Workforce reform: Emeritus Professor Stan Tucker  Mr Graham Brotherton  
Young people and physical activity: Dr Lorayne Woodfield  

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