UCL Department of Science and Technology Studies


Seminar: Prof. Stella Bruzzi - Title TBC

Start: Dec 06, 2017 04:00 PM

Location: UCL Malet Place Engineering building, room 1.2


6th December 2017, starting at 16:30, with tea and coffee available from 16:00.


UCL Malet Place Engineering building, room 1.2, starting at 16:30, with tea and coffee available from 16:00.



About the speaker

Prof. Stella Bruzzi is Dean of Arts and Humanities at UCL. Stella studied English and Drama at the University of Manchester and completed her PhD (‘Trial and Error: The Political Use of Trials in Film, Theatre and Television’) at Bristol. Prior to joining UCL in April 2017, she was at the University of Warwick for 10 years, where she served as Head of the Department of Film and Television Studies and as Chair of the Arts Faculty for 3 years. 1993—2006 she taught at Royal Holloway and 1992—1993 at the University of Manchester.

Stella was a Researcher at BBC Television, first in Bristol (Documentary Features) then in London (Music and Arts), from 1988—1992.

For many years she was a regular contributor to Sight and Sound and has appeared in several television and radio programmes and documentaries.

In 2013 she was made a Fellow of the British Academy.

STS research seminars

The purpose of this series is to provide colleagues with an opportunity to present their latest research results and discuss them within a collegial atmosphere. 

STS research seminars are open to scholars from any academic field. These normally are research intensive, specialised events, of interest specifically to scholars in the discipline. More upcoming talks in the STS research seminar series are listed in the STS calendar (link).