|Programme convenor: Dr Federica Mazzara|
Programme administrator: Patrizia Oliver
Tel 020 7679 7024
- James Agar
- Liz Allison
- Cuneyt Cakirlar
- Susan Crane
- Maria del Pilar Blanco
- Alison Diduck
- Claire Dwyer
- Jo Evans
- Mechthild Fend
- Jane Fenoulhet
- Alexandre Frediani
- Jane Gilbert
- Susanne Kord
- Caren Levy
- Federica Mazzara
- Richard Mole
- Tsila Ratner
- Ann Varley
- Julian Walker
The Programme Convenor, Personal Tutors and, for MA students, Dissertation Supervisors, are there to ensure your academic well-being. They monitor your progress, provide advice and guidance, and can help if problems arise.
The Programme Convenor for Gender, Society and Representation is Dr Federica Mazzara.
The research interests of staff associated with the graduate programme in Gender Society and Representation cover a broad range of disciplines within several Faculties and Schools.
At the induction meeting in September you are assigned a Personal Tutor whose task is to advise you on your choice of options; to help you solve other problems arising in the beginning of and throughout the academic year; and to monitor your academic performance and general well-being throughout the year.
Your Tutor will want to discuss your work and progress on an individual basis at regular intervals.
Meetings are normally arranged at least twice a Term.
MA students should also liaise with their Personal Tutor about Dissertation supervision. Naturally, if a problem arises you should feel free to make an appointment with your Tutor outside the scheduled meeting times.
As indicated above, the Dissertation is written in your own time, under the guidance of a Supervisor. You can expect your Supervisor to help you define the exact nature and scope of your topic, to provide suggestions for suitable reading, and to discuss either a detailed outline or a draft of your Dissertation. There are usually three to four meetings with the Supervisor to settle these matters.
The administrator, Patrizia Oliver, is responsible for supporting the day-to-day running of the programme, supporting the course tutors and students.
The administrator is the first port of call for enquiries, communications and information.
All written coursework for the core course, practice essays as well as assessed work and the Dissertation, should be submitted to the Administrator.
To ensure smooth communications it is important that you inform the Administrator promptly if you change your address or email address. If you are unable to attend a class, or if you are absent for three days or more, you should notify the Administrator.