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Julie DOYLE (Brighton, UK)

Julie Doyle is a Principal Lecturer in Media and Communication Studies at the University of Brighton, UK. She completed her Phd in 2001 at the University of Sussex, UK, on the cultural history of surgery and the gendered body. Her research has focused upon climate change communication, the visual culture of science and the environment, and the socio-historical relationship between surgical technologies and (gendered) embodiment. Her articles have been published in edited book collections and journals such as Science as Culture, Social Semiotics and Women : A Cultural Review, and she has co-edited a Special Issue of the journal Body and Society on ‘Surgery and Embodiment’. Julie has experience in environmental campaigning and is currently involved in the development of a new undergraduate degree in ‘Environment and the Media’ at the University of Brighton, which brings together the natural sciences with the social sciences and media/cultural studies. She is a member of the University’s steering group for a funded project promoting the implementation of sustainable development in the HE curriculum.

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