Dr Andrew Lynch
- School of Social Sciences, Media, Film and Education
- Centre for Transformative Media Technologies
- Department of Media and Communication
- AS310 Hawthorn campus
- ORCID profile
Andrew Lynch is a lecturer in cinema and screen studies in the department of Media and Communication.
His research examines topics including "prestige" television, genre development in sci-fi, horror and fantasy television, and the diverse approaches of niche streaming services. Andrew's work has appeared in several edited anthologies and leading refereed journals including Quarterly Review of Film and Video, Senses of Cinema and Adaptation.
He is the author of Quality Telefantasy: How US Quality TV Brought Zombies, Dragons and Androids into the Mainstream, published by Routledge in 2022.
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Co-Supervisor.
Fields of Research
- Screen And Digital Media - 360500
- Screen And Media Culture - 470214
Communication, Journalism and Media Studies;Cultural Studies and Literature;Digital Media, Film and Television
Also published as: Lynch, Andrew; Lynch, A.
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- 2022-09-12: Primal Screen: Fantasy TV Prequels - 3RRR
- 2022-08-17: Evenings with David Astle: Catching up on TV - ABC Melbourne
- 2022-06-13: Primal Screen: Superheroes on Screen - 3RRR
- 2022-06-06: Primal Screen: Niche Streaming Platforms - 3RRR
- 2021-09-20: Primal Screen: Prestige TV Special - 3RRR
- 2021-05-03: Film/TV reviews and commentary (Mondays 9:30-10am) - ABC Goulburn Murray