PGR students in CAMC are supported by expert and engaged supervisors, as well as a larger scholarly community within the Centre that provides opportunities for exchanges of research and ideas between students and staff.
A calendar of events in CAMC is complemented by an active programme of lectures, workshops and masterclasses within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Our co-sponsored PhD studentships allow students to work with partners in the arts and creative industries beyond the university, and to gain valuable experience in cultural and practical research. CAMC’s uniquely transdisciplinary focus promotes a vital sharing of methods, approaches and viewpoints that enrich every student’s experience, while within specialised disciplines they develop expertise within an environment of collegiality.
|Fatima-Zohra Souad Belalememail@example.com||Decolonising the Female Mind through Madness in the Contemporary Arabic and Afro-American Novel||Hilary Nesi|
|Ikram Berkanifirstname.lastname@example.org||Art, Gender and Disability in Mosteghanemi's Triology of Novels||Hilary Nesi|
|Imane Bouchakouremail@example.com||Rethinking Normalcy and Deviance: On Socially Constructed Identities in William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury (1929)||Hilary Nesi|
|Molly Brownefirstname.lastname@example.org||Benefit of horticultural, outdoor and nature-based activities for people living with dementia and cognitive impairment||Louise Moody|
|Eleanor Cookemail@example.com||At Home in Coventry 1945 - 1970||Imogen Racz|
|Susie Cowley-Haseldenfirstname.lastname@example.org||Strengthening the classification of generic pre-sessionals for postgraduates||Sheena Gardner|
|Lottie Crawfordemail@example.com||Juliet Simpson|
|Jennifer Dudleyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Mutability, Materiality and Meaning in Sculpture Made by Women (1977-1990)||Imogen Racz|
|Zoe Gazeley-Ekeemail@example.com||A linguistic ethnographical investigation into the need for English for Specific Academic Purposes (ESAP) in Fashion||Sheena Gardner|
|Carole Griffithsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Imogen Racz|
|Georgina Homeremail@example.com||Judith Mossman|
|Hugh Jenkinsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Jim Clarke|
|Rebecca Key||Damian Sutton|
|Sara Lahlouhiemail@example.com||A Corpus-based Analysis of the Linguistic Needs of Future Architects||Hilary Nesi|
|Matthew Macaulayfirstname.lastname@example.org||British Abstract Painters and Pedagogy from 1975 to 2005||Graham Chorlton|
|Anthony Martinemail@example.com||Housewatch: 1985-97 Cinematic architecture for the pedestrian. Investigation into the evolution of their practice and collaboration||Jill Journeaux|
|Priya Mathewfirstname.lastname@example.org||An Investigation of student writing in Civil Engineering: A corpus linguistics case study in the Middle East||Hilary Nesi|
|Joanna Meredithemail@example.com||Juliet Simpson|
|Julie O'Neillfirstname.lastname@example.org||Imogen Racz|
|Fares Rezougemail@example.com||A Study of the Organisational Structure and Phraseology of Algerian Engineering MSc Dissertations with Reference to their American Counterparts||Hilary Nesi|
|Abdi Rahmat Syamfirstname.lastname@example.org||Intelligibility and Indonesian accented English||Sheena Gardner|
|Christopher Turneremail@example.com||Towards a New Pedagogical Approach to Some and Any Based on Large-Scale Corpus Analysis||Hilary Nesi|
|Cipto Wardoyofirstname.lastname@example.org||Realization of advice speech acts performed by global Islamic preachers on YouTube||Sheena Gardner|
|Yan Yan Yeungemail@example.com||Exploring Bilingual Lexicography in Contemporary China from the 'Usefulness' Point of View||Hilary Nesi|
CAMC Postgraduate Team
A dedicated PGR Director within CAMC is a first point of contact for potential students, offering support in the application process and in aligning students’ interests with a supervisory team who can guide the project to completion. Our PGR Tutor within CAMC provides sustained support and information throughout the PhD course, encouraging students to participate in Centre and Faculty research events and helping to arrange for students to present their work nationally and to collaborate with external arts and cultural partners during their studies.
Professor Sheena Gardner
Professor Sheena Gardner is Midlands 4 Cities (M4C) site director for Coventry University and Postgraduate Research Director for the Centre for Arts, Memory and Communities. Sheena can advise on applications for AHRC funding through the Midland 4 Cities Doctoral Training Partnership. As PGR Director for CAMC, she can advise applicants on the PGR+ admissions process at Coventry. Please contact her if you are applying to study in CAMC for a research degree.Visit Sheena's Pure Profile
Dr Imogen Racz
Dr Imogen Racz is the faculty Research Degrees Leader and Postgraduate Tutor for the CAMC. Imogen oversees the progress of the applications for research degrees once they have been submitted. During the life of a research student within CAMC, she is there to support research students and their supervisory teams, both in helping to develop and program PGR research activities and to advise on any progression issues.Visit Imogen's Pure Profile
CAMC success stories
Our alumni are working as university lecturers, curators, artists and in the creatve industries.
- Daniel Pryde-Jarman, who since gaining his doctorate in 2013, has continued as an artist, writer, setting up artist spaces, and has lectured widely, now being Course Leader for the BA and MA Fine Art at Hereford College of Arts.
- Zahrah Algamdi gained her PhD in 2014 in Fine Art, and now lectures at King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, exhibits widely, and represented Saudi Arabia at the Venice Biennale in 2019.
- Siân Alsop gained her PhD in 2015. She developed a visualization tool for Engineering lectures as part of her PhD project and is now a full time Research Fellow in GLEA, the Centre for Global Learning: Education and Attainment at Coventry University.
- Helen Gørrill gained her PhD on contemporary British Painting in 2017, co-supervised with the RCA, and has since published widely, including a monograph based on her PhD with I.B. Tauris/Bloomsbury. She curates, is active as an artist, and lectures at a number of universities.
- Xiaoyu Xu joined us with a degree in Sociology, completed a PhD (2017) on evaluation in research articles, and is now a lecturer in English at City University in Hong Kong.
- Lauren Walden gained her PhD in 2019 in Art History, has had articles published and has been a lecturer at the University of Leicester, and is a post-doc at Birmingham City University.