Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures

School of Media and Communication

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Dr Toussaint Nothias

Leeds Alumnus - Lecturer at Stanford University

BA (Paris-Nanterre), MA (Paris-Nanterre), MA (King's College), PhD (Leeds)

I received my PhD from the School of Media and Communication in 2016. I was supervised by Dr Chris Paterson and Dr Giorgia Aiello. My thesis analyzed representations of Africa in British and French media.

I am now a lecturer in media and African studies at Stanford University. I am also a research associate on the Mecodem project in the Programme for Comparative Media Law & Policy, University of Oxford.

You can follow me on Academia.edu or on my personal webpage.

Biography

I received my PhD from the School of Media and Communication in 2016. I was supervised by Dr Chris Paterson and Dr Giorgia Aiello. My thesis analyzed representations of Africa in British and French media.

I am now a lecturer in media and African studies at Stanford University. I am also a research associate on the Mecodem project in the Programme for Comparative Media Law & Policy, University of Oxford.

You can follow me on Academia.edu or on my personal webpage.

Research Interests

  • Journalism production and postcolonial theory
  • Media representations of Africa
  • International news and globalization
  • Multimodal critical discourse analysis
  • Journalism in Kenya

Research Projects & Grants

Research Centres & Groups

PhD Thesis

Beyond Afro-pessimism? British and French Print Media Discourse on Africa

Supervisor: Chris Paterson and Giorgia Aiello

Examiners: Herman Wasserman and Katy Parry

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