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Tutors

Chris Lloyd

Specialisms: American South, American Literature, psychoanalysis, 9/11, race, sexuality.
Chris teaches undergraduate and postgraduate modules at UEA and London South Bank University as well as adult-education film classes at Hackney. He is currently researching corporeality in literature and culture from the contemporary American South. His research seeks to ground recent theoretical insights in Southern texts such as Salvage the Bones, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Monster’s Ball and The Help.

His teaching style is open and adaptive to the needs of the group, using a variety of theories and cultural contexts to frame clips from the films. He requests attendees to watch the movies beforehand so that the close analyses are rich and productive.

Peter Krämer

Specialisms: Stanley Kubrick, contemporary Hollywood, Disney, Early Cinema, Charlie Chaplin. Peter’s teaching and research deals with American film history from the beginnings to the present, and with the global dimensions of Hollywood cinema. He has taught as a Senior Lecturer in the University of East Anglia’s School of Art, Media and American Studies. Author of two BFI Film Classics on 2001: A Space Odyssey and Dr. Strangelove, and a volume on A Clockwork Orange in Palgrave’s ‘Controversies’ series, as well as co-editor of Stanley Kubrick: New Perspectives, Black Dog, 2015).

He has a very enthusiastic tutoring style and a broad academic approach which reflects his depth of knowledge and teaching experience. He also likes to inspire group discussion, as well as using visual aids and research to encourage observations.

Ian Nettleton

Ian Nettleton is a teacher of creative writing (prose, scriptwriting, journalism) both at the University of East Anglia and the Open University. Ian has a PhD in Creative and Critical Writing. He has also freelanced for the BBC as a writer/presenter.

Zahra Khosroshahi

Zahra Khosroshahi, a PhD Candidate at the University of East Anglia. Her research looks at the role and representation of women in Post-Revolutionary Iranian cinema.

When she’s not consumed by films, she likes to blog about environmental issues and ethical fashion. To get to know her better, check her Twitter @zahrafkh or Instagram @zahra_livinglifenatural.