Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures

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Jim Brogden

Lecturer in Visual Communication Culture / Programme Leader MA in Film, Photography, and Media

0113 343 3751

Room 1.12

Office hours: Thursday, 1.00pm.-3.00pm.

BA (Nottingham Trent) MA (Leeds Metropolitan) PhD (Leeds)

Biography

* Visual Communications

* Photography and the Moving Image

* Landscape Representation(s)

* Spatial Politics

* Critical and Cultural Studies

Jim’s research inhabits a broad area within visual communications and photography, with a particular interest in the contested notions surrounding landscape representation, collective memory and place – identity. His approach to research (informed by a long, and varied career, both as a professional designer in print / television communications / academia), actively embraces intermediality / intertexuality, to provoke new critical discourses.

In relation to Ph.D. supervision, Jim is particularly interested in supporting inter-disciplinary research projects. To view a selection of his visual work, visit: www.jimbrogden.com and www.terranullius.co.uk

Research Interests

Jim’s research inhabits a broad area within visual communications and photography, with a particular interest in the contested notions surrounding landscape representation, collective memory and place – identity. His approach to research (informed by a long, and varied career, both as a professional designer in print / television communications / academia), actively embraces intermediality / intertexuality, to provoke new critical discourses. Specific areas of interest include:

 

  • Visual Communications
  • Photography and Moving Image
  • Landscape Representation(s)
  • Spatial Politics
  • Critical and Cultural Studies

Responsibilities

Programme Leader for the MA in Film, Photography, and Media

Publications

Books

Journal articles

  • Brogden J (2007) “Encountering the "Non-Place"”, ENTERTEXT Burnett P (eds.). 6.3. 6.3: 325-340.

  • Brogden J (2007) “Forensic Intimacy: A Digital Exploration of 'Non-Place'”, Colour Design & Creativity. 1. 1.1: 1-12.

Chapters

  • Brogden J (2008) “Terra Nullius”, In: Horacek R; Zalesak J (eds.) Verejnost A Kouzlo Vizuality. Brno, CZ: Masarykova Univerzita. 220-227

Conference papers

  • Brogden J (2007) Forensic Intimacy. Chances and Challenges Proceedings: NA (Unpublished)

  • Brogden J (2006) Representing the New Unknown in the Well Known. The Photograph and the City Proceedings: JIAS web site

  • Brogden J (2006) Non-Space and Identity. Constructing Identities (Unpublished)

  • Brogden J (2006) Liminal Places. Recovered Landscape (Inter-Disciplinary) Proceedings: on Gunpowder Park web site Gunpowder Park.

  • Brogden J (2005) Designing for Sustainability: The School of Design. Developing Best Practice in Sustainable Mineral & Metal Processing (Unpublished)

Internet publications

Exhibitions

  • Brogden J Royal Academy Summer Show. (Accepted)

  • Brogden J Terra Nullius.

  • Brogden J Terra Nullius: New Urban Encounters.

  • Brogden J SOUTH OF THE RIVER. (Accepted)

  • Brogden J Terra Nullius: Jim Brogden.

  • Brogden J, Wilson P Urban Visions (TBA, working title). (Accepted)

  • Brogden J, Shelton, M Signs of Life.

External Appointments

External Examiner for BA Hons Photography at Bolton University.

PhD & Postdoctoral Supervision

In relation to PhD supervision, Jim is particularly interested in supporting inter-disciplinary research projects.

PhD Thesis

Terra Nullius: Encountering the “Non-Place”.

Links

To view a selection of Jim’s visual work, visit: www.jimbrogden.com and www.terranullius.co.uk

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