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Dr Andrew Lynch

Academic Tutor

Biography

Andrew Lynch teaches cinema and screen studies in the department of Media and Communication. His current research looks at the incorporation of a "Quality TV" aesthetic in sci-fi, horror, and fantasy TV. He has recently presented his research at a number of international conferences including TRANS TV in the UK and FLOW TV in the USA. His recent publications include “The Last-night’s Watch: Game of Thrones, Contemporary Recap Culture, and HBO’s Continuing Legacy” in the Routledge edited collection HBO’s Original Voices: Race, Gender, Sexuality and Power and “Tossed Salads and Scrambled Brains: Frasier, Hannibal and Good Taste in Quality Television (TV)” in Quarterly Review of Film and Video.

Fields of Research

  • Screen And Digital Media - 360500

Teaching areas

Digital Media, Film and Television

Publications

Also published as: Lynch, Andrew; Lynch, A.
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