|School:||Perf and Screen Studies|
Educational and professional qualifications
|2001-2007||PhD , Kingston University|
|1997-2001||Joint MA (Hons) English Lit-History of Art , University of Aberdeen|
Professional experience (post-1990)
|2007 -||Lecturer in Film and TV, Kingston University|
|2004-2007||Part Time Lecturer, Kingston University|
|2001-2004||Teaching Assistant, Kingston University|
I currently teach on a number of film and television modules within the School of Performance and Screen Studies.
These include two core first year TV Modules - TV Times & Watch Carefully: Close Readings of Television; I teach the core second year TV module 'The Light Programme' of which I am the module leader. As well as these I teach on two third year modules: Watch The Skies & Days OF Hope: Broasdcast Television Drama.
At MA Level I teach East Asian Cinema in the 'World Cinema' Module
Melia, Matthew (2014) The scream in visual culture: the scream as fearful response. In: Smith, Shilinka and Hill, Shona, (eds.) Transforming fear, horror and terror; multidisciplinary reflections. Oxford, U.K. : Inter-disciplinary Press. ISBN 9781848881969
Conference or Workshop Item
Melia, Matthew (2009) "Oh what's the bloody point?": a deconstruction of Kenneth William's life, screen and written performances and their reflection in the biopic Fantabulosa (BBC 2006). In: Performing lives; 06 - 08 Jul 2009, Kingston upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)
Melia, Matthew (2007) Architecture and cruelty in the writings of Antonin Artaud, Jean Genet and Samuel Beckett. (PhD thesis), Kingston University.