Senior Lecturer in Media and Communication

Division: Media, Communication & Performing Arts

Tel: 0131 474 0000

Dr Mark Gilham (PhD, BSc Hons) is a Senior Lecturer in the Media, Communication & Performing Arts Division.

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After a degree in Environmental Science from Bradford University (1979) I completed my PhD at Aberdeen University in 1983. Following various IT and systems development jobs I joined Queen Margaret in 1989 lecturing in Communications and Information Management. I gained a degree in Psychology in 2002 from The Open University.

I teach in the areas of media technology, media production (visual design and photography) and research methods. I undertake commercial work in web design and photography, mainly in the arts sector. Previous research centred on social informatics and new media in public relations.

I mainly teach in the area of media technology, media production (visual design and photography), and research methods.

Teaching:

  • I1163 - Media Consumption
  • I2142 - Media Production 2 (co-ordinator)
  • I3139 - PR Research
  • T3186 - Independent Research Project
  • I4162 - Photography & Visual Culture (co-ordinator)
  • I4172 - Photography Practice (co-ordinator)
  • I4177 - Photography Dissertation (co-ordinator)
  • I4176 - PR Dissertation
  • I4141 - General Dissertation