Student Services

Dr. Alexandra Reynolds

Study Skills Tutor – Student Services

CELTA, BA (Leeds University) Pg.Dip, MA (Goldsmiths College), PhD (Kingston University)

Biography

Alexandra Reynolds holds a BA in Art History from Leeds University, a Pg.Dip in Curating and MA in Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths College and an AHRC funded PhD in Digital Museology from Kingston University. Alexandra has substantial experience of teaching visual culture at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and has published in a range of academic texts and journals as well as leading HLF and AHRC funded practice-based projects. As a Study Skills Tutor at AUB, Alexandra is particularly interested in supporting students to develop best practice in critical and reflective thinking, research and writing.

Professional practice

Alexandra supports both undergraduate and postgraduate students at AUB with academic literacies through 1-1 tutorials, workshops and lectures

Professional memberships

  • SET, Associate Fellow (2019)
  • RSA, Fellow (2018–2019)
  • HEA, Associate Fellow (2018–ongoing)
  • Creative Industries Federation, Member (2016–2018)
  • Kingston University, Visiting Research Fellow (2016–ongoing)

Grants

  • MUPI: Research Matchmaker (Arts Council Funding) (2017–2018)
  • Smart Murals (Arts Council Funding) (2017–2018)
  • Creativeworks PhD in Residence (AHRC/EU funding) (2012–2012)
  • AHRC PhD Funding (2011–2015)

Research Specialism

Previous research related to digital humanities, museum and gallery studies and cultural theory:

– Reynolds, A (2017) From Crowdsourcing to the Commons: Towards Critical and Meaningful Digital Collaboration in Museums International Journal of the Inclusive Museum 10(2): 49-68 DOI: 10.18848/1835-2014/CGP/v10i02/49-68

– Reynolds, A Reynolds A (In Press) ‘Crowdsourcing and Crowdfunding’ in Perez Gonzalez, L. et al. ed. Routledge Encyclopaedia of Citizen Media Routledge

– Reynolds, A. (In Press) ‘Digital Activism within Post-Fordism: Interventions between Assimilation and Exclusion’ in J Hunsinger et. al. ed. International Handbook of Internet Research Springer

– Reynolds, A et. al (2018) Exploring Digital Network Models. Museums Universities Partnership Initiative. Technical Report

– Reynolds A (2011) ‘Eadweard Muybridge: Defining Modernities’. Kunstgeschichte, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München

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