Professor Rosalind Gill studied Sociology and Psychology at Exeter University, and completed her PhD in Social Psychology at the Discourse and Rhetoric Group (DARG), Loughborough University in 1991. With an interdisciplinary background, she has worked across a number of disciplines including Sociology, Gender Studies and Media and Communications. Her career has included posts at Goldsmiths and King’s College London, and she worked for ten years in the LSE’s interdisciplinary Gender Institute. She joined City University London in October 2013 as Professor of Social and Cultural Analysis.
Rosalind’s research looks critically at media, digital culture and labour, with a particular interest in power, inequality and the psychic life of neoliberalism. She is author or editor of numerous books including Gender and the Media (Polity Press, 2007), Secrecy and Silence in the Research Process (with Roisin Ryan Flood, Sage 2009) and New Femininities: Postfeminism, Neoliberalism and Subjectivity. Her newest book is Gender and Creative Labour (with Bridget Conor and Stephanie Taylor, Blackwell, 2015) and she is currently finishing a project on ‘Mediated Intimacy’.
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