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Portrait of  Jayne Sheridan Jayne Sheridan

j.sheridan@hud.ac.uk | 01484 47j.sheridan@hud.ac.uk



Biography

Jayne Sheridan is Fashion Communication lecturer at the university. Her background in English, Journalism, Theatre, Public Relations and Critical Theory informs her teaching on the multidisciplinary BA courses of Fashion, Media and Promotion and Fashion Communication and Promotion delivered in the School of Art Design and Architecture. She was awarded a dual Honours Certificate of Education, by Liverpool University, in 1971, a post-graduate Diploma in Writing by Sheffield Hallam University, in 1997, and the MA in Critical Theory by Manchester Metropolitan University, where she studied with the cultural critic Antony Easthope from 1998-2000.

Research & Scholarship

Research statement

Fashion Media Promotion: the new black magic, a 70,000 word monograph is her main research output, written while teaching at Huddersfield between 2007 and 2009.

Research areas

Fashion, Film, Feminism, Barthes and Critical Theory

Esteem

Global Fashion Conference director Professor Jacque Lynn Foltyn likes Fashion Media Promotion: the new black magic “a lot” and is promoting it on Audrey Hepburn websites.

impact

Pamela Church Gibson, London College of Fashion, is recommending Fashion Media Promotion: the new black magic to students on both practical and academic courses. A review of the book will appear in the Journal about to be launched by the London College of Fashion.

Publications and Other Research Outputs

2013

Sheridan, J (2013) ‘Resisting the myths: dodging the bullets’. In: Barthes’ "Mythologies" Today Readings of Contemporary Culture. : Routledge. pp. 122-125. ISBN 9780415821223

2010

Sheridan, J (2010) Fashion, Media, Promotion: The New Black Magic . Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 978-1-4051-9421-1

Sheridan, J (2010) ‘Audrey Hepburn and the “Funny Face” of Post-World War II Humanism’. In: 2nd Interdisciplinary Fashion Conference, Thursday 23rd September – Sunday 26th September 2010, Oriel College, Oxford

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