Dr.Charlotte Hill

ภาควิชา : ภาควิชาสื่อศิลปะ และการออกแบบสื่อ
สาขาวิชา : สื่อศิลปะและการออกแบบสื่อ
หมายเลขโทรศัพท์ที่ทำงาน : 053-944846
Email : chill004@gold.ac.uk charliehill79@gmail.com


Goldsmiths, University of London, UK        2017 – 2021
• PhD in Media, Communication and Cultural Studies 
• Department of Media, Communication, and Cultural Studies 
• Supervisors: Mirca Madianou and David Morley 
Institute of Education: Knowledge Lab, University College London, UK        2010 – 2012
 • MA in Media, Culture and Communication
• Grade: Distinction  
University of Surrey        1999 – 2004
• BSc in Natural Resource Studies and Film and Television Studies
• Grade: 2:2


Associate Lecturer        2018 - 2022 
Department of Media, Communications and Cultural Studies • Goldsmiths, University of London, UK

Head of Department        2015 - 2017 
Department of English Communications •             International College, Payap University, Thailand

Curriculum Development Facilitator        2016 - 2017 
Center for Social Impact • Payap University, Thailand 

Senior Lecturer        2009 – 2015 
Department of English Communications •             International College, Payap University, Thailand

Lecturer          2008 - 2010 
Department of Humanities, English Program • Chiang Mai University, Thailand

Volunteer Media Teacher        2016 - 2022 
Mae La Refugee Camp • Tak, Thailand

ประสบการณ์ด้านอื่นๆ / ผลงาน

Hill, C (2022). “They Call Me a Refugee” Crossing Boundaries and Navigating Lived Spaces. Music and Arts in Action Special Edition

Hill, C. (2021). Poetic resistance: Karen long-distance nationalism, rap music and YouTube. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 13678779211027179.

Migrant Belongings 2021 Conference: Digital Practices and the Every Day Paper presented: Poetic Resistance: Karen Rap Music and YouTube 
Hill, C., & Batcho, J. (2019). An invitation to bear witness: collective guilt and the ethical spectator in Haneke’s Caché. Studies in European Cinema, 16(2), 94-107. 

Hill, C (2017). Media Literacy in Thai Schools: A Paradoxical Challenge. Media Education Research Journal, Issue 7.2