Dr Molly Bettie
Lecturer in Media and Communication
Clothworkers' North, Room G.23d
Office hours: Monday 10:00am-12:00pm
PhD and MA (Leeds), BA (Washington)
- International communication
- Public diplomacy
- Educational exchanges
- Political communication
- Transatlantic studies
I currently supervise MA students on their dissertation research across a range of international/political communication topics, and I teach on three modules: Studying Media, Media and Communication Theory, and The Media and Democratisation: Global Perspectives.
I have previously taught on Introduction to Media and Communications Research, New Media Cultures, New Media Practices, Media Production Analysis and History of Communication.
(2015) “Ambassadors unaware: the Fulbright Program and American public diplomacy”, Journal of Transatlantic Studies. 13.4: 358-372.
(2015) “The Scholar as Diplomat: The Fulbright Program and America's Cultural Engagement with the World”, Caliban: French Journal of English Studies. 54.1: 233-252.
Research Projects & Grants
Postgraduate Research Award, 2010-2013
My research blog: Public Diplomacy and Student Exchanges http://americanstudentsinbritain.blogspot.co.uk/