Senior Lecturer in Journalism, City, University of London

James Rodgers is the author of 'Headlines from the Holy Land: Reporting the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict' (Palgrave MacMillan, Sept. 2015); 'No Road Home: Fighting for Land and Faith in Gaza' (Abramis, 2013); and 'Reporting Conflict' (Palgrave MacMillan, 2012). A journalist for 20 years, he worked for Reuters TV and the BBC, completing postings as BBC correspondent in Moscow, Brussels, and Gaza. He is now at City University London. His main research interests are the reporting of armed conflict; the History of Journalism; and journalism in Russia and the Middle East. The subject of his PhD (by prior output), completed at London Metropolitan University under the supervision of Professor Paul Cobley, was 'Reflective Journalistic Practice in an environment of uncertainty and change'. He also has a BA and an MA from the University of Oxford, where he studied Modern Languages (Russian and French).

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Journalism, City University London

Education

  • 2013 
    London Metropolitan University, PhD