Director, Centre for Television History, Heritage and Memory Research, University of Warwick, University of Warwick

Rachel Moseley graduated from Warwick with a BA in Film and Literature, went to UEA to study for an MA in Film Studies, came back to Warwick for PhD…and stayed! She is currently Director of the Centre for Television History, Heritage and Memory Research.

She has written on Audrey Hepburn, edited collections on film stardom and fashion and on feminism and popular culture, and written about teen television drama in Britain and the USA, and is working on a long-term project looking at the representation of Cornwall in film and television, which draws upon long standing interests in art history, region and representation.

Her new book, 'Stop-Motion Animated Television for Children in Britain, 1961-1975' is forthcoming from Palgrave at the end of 2015.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor in Film & Television Studies, University of Warwick