Paul started working for the Sociology and Communications department in August 2014 as a Lecturer in Media and Communications. His overarching research interest is the way in which global cinema can be understood via social, political and historical forces, and as such, his work traverses the fields of film history, political communication and cultural imperialism.
He has published articles on subjects ranging from diversity and exclusion in the British film industry, through to the influence of the US state apparatus on Hollywood. He is also an active filmmaker, with his research outputs taking the form of both written articles and films.
Paul is module leader for CO1600: Media Production I: Non-Fiction; and CO2601: Media Production II: Fiction. He is also responsible for the practical dissertation for Media and and Sociology students.
Newest selected publications
Moody, P. (2017) 'The UK Film Council and the 'Cultural Diversity' Agenda'. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 14 (4). pp. 403 - 422. ISSN: 1743-4521 Open Access Link
Moody, P. (2017) 'US Embassy Support for Hollywood’s Global Dominance: Cultural Imperialism Redux'. International Journal of Communication, 11. pp. 2912 - 2925. ISSN: 1932-8036 Open Access Link
Moody, P. (2017) ''An Amuse-Bouche at Best': 360 Degree VR Storytelling in Full Perspective'. International Journal of e-Politics, 8 (3). pp. 42 - 50.Open Access Link
Moody, P. (2017) 'Embassy cinema: What WikiLeaks reveals about US state support for Hollywood'. Media Culture and Society, 39 (7). pp. 1063 - 1077. ISSN: 1460-3675 Open Access Link
Moody, P. (2017) 'Cronenberg’s Debt to Kafka: An Analysis of A Country Doctor (1917) and Videodrome (1983)'. Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance, 9 (3). ISSN: 1753-6421 Open Access Link