Adam de Paor-Evans

Principal Lecturer in Cultural Theory / School Lead for Research and Innovation, School of Art, Design and Fashion, University of Central Lancashire

Adam de Paor-Evans is an cultural theorist, writer, and contextual artist focusing on all aspects of Hip Hop culture. He teaches cultural context within the School of Art, Design and Fashion within the Faculty of Culture and Creative Industries at UCLan. His research is connected to Hip Hop studies and issues of (sub)cultures and liminal space, multiplexity, pluralism and the subaltern, and socio-cultural spaces of otherness. He is also interested in the relationships between music culture, cities and spatial representation.
He is an active researcher within the field of music material culture and socio-cultural theory. He is currently writing a monograph entitled: "British Hip Hop: Critical Regionalism, Counter-culture and the Locale" (forthcoming, Equinox Publishing).

Experience

  • 2015–present
    School Lead for Research and Innovation, UCLAN