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Dr Pawas Bisht
|Role:||Programme Director MA in Global Media & Culture / Global Media & Management
Careers Liaison / Alumni Officer
MCC Website Management
Module convenor: MDS-20032 Documentary: Theory & Practice, MDS-30017 Visual Pleasures: From Carnival to Disney, MDS-30018 Work Expericence
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Pawas Bisht is a Lecturer in Media, Communications and Culture at the School of Humanities, Keele University. His research focuses on media and cultural politics with a particular emphasis on the dynamics of social and cultural remembrance, social movements and environmental politics. His PhD research (2009-2013, Loughborough University) examined the remembrance of the Union Carbide Gas Disaster in Bhopal (India), undertaking an ethnographic and multi-scalar analysis of the institutional, social and personal memorialisation of the event. He is currently developing a research project examining local level commemoration of the Great War in the UK.
Pawas's teaching spans both media theory and media practice. He is the module convenor for Work Experience in MCC and would be teaching on a number of other modules including Digital Video, Creating Awareness Campaigns, Visual Pleasures and Documentary Theory and Practice. Prior to his appointment at Keele, he held lecturing positions at Loughborough University (UK) and at the AJK Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia (New Delhi, India). He also teaches on the distance learning postgraduate programme in media and communication at the University of Leicester.
Pawas is an experienced documentary film practitioner. His work has been shown on Channel 4, CNBC-TV 18 and Doordarshan (India’s national public service broadcaster) and includes films commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme and the Global Environment Facility.
The politics of cosmopolitan memory. Media Culture Society. doi>
Back to The Drawing Board (Documentary Film). Digital Video
Social Movements and the Scaling of Memory and Justice in Bhopal. Contemporary South Asia.