Linda Marchant

Linda Marchant

School Employability Manager

Employability

Role

Linda is the Employability Coordinator for the School of Art and Design.

She also teaches photography, and until recently was Senior Lecturer on the BA (Hons) Photography course, with responsibility for Professional Practice as well as module leader for dissertation.

Research areas

Linda’s research centres around celebrity photographic portraiture. She is also interested in issues related to professional photographic practice within the creative industries, particularly in relation to copyright and aesthetic and commercial value.

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External activity

As current Secretary of the Association for Photography in Higher Education (APHE), Linda coordinates membership for this subject association.

Publications

MARCHANT, L., 2012. Pinewood not Hollywood. The Photohistorian.

MARCHANT, L., 2012. Cornel Lucas: stills photography and production culture in 1950s British film. In: A. DAWSON and S.P. HOLMES, eds., Working in the global film and television industries: creativity, systems, space, patronage. London, Bloomsbury Acdemic, 2012, ch. 10.

MARCHANT, L., 2010. Fifties film stills: across the production chain. In: Thinking, Doing and Publishing Visual Research: the State of the Field? University of Bologna, Italy, 20-22 July 2010. International Visual Sociology Association.

MARCHANT, L., 2006. Concentrated vision: celebrity images of the 1930s and 1940s. In: Inaugral Conference, History of Stardom Reconsidered, International Institute for Popular Culture (IIPCV), University of Turku, Finland, 09-11 November, 2006.

MARCHANT, L., 2005. Have you seen..? Photography, celebrity and gossip. In: Celebrity Culture: an Interdisciplinary Conference, University of Paisley, Paisley, Scotland, UK, 12-14 November 2005. Ayr, Scotland: South Ayrshire Council/Scottish Enterprise/Saville Audio Visual.

MARCHANT, L., 2005. Celestial bodies: consuming the celebrity image. In: International Visual Sociology 2005 Conference: Re-viewing Bodies: Embodiment, Process and Change, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland, 3-5 August 2005. International Visual Sociology Association.


MARCHANT, L., 2004. The price of fame. In: The Photograph as Commodity Culture: a Symposium, University of Brighton, Brighton, UK, 27 November 2004. Photoforum/Design Archives, Faculty of Arts and Architecture, University of Brighton.

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Press expertise

My experience relates to enquiry into historical and contemporary celebrity portraits and photographers.