Antje Glück

Dr Antje Glück

  • Lecturer in Multimedia Journalism
  • Weymouth House W420, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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Dr. Antje Glück is a Lecturer in Multimedia Journalism at Bourneouth University. She teaches on the BA(Hons) and MA courses for Journalism and Digital Media. She holds a PhD from the University of Leeds and a double MA in Journalism and Arabic Studies from the University of Leipzig in Germany. Her studies led her to spend time abroad in Egypt, Spain and France. Parallel, she was working as a freelance journalist since 1998 for various print, radio and television media in Germany, France, Egypt and India.


Dr. Glück has worked in various comparative research projects about media representations of terrorism at the University of Leipzig and Free University Berlin. She was also part of the International Center for Violence Research in Bielefeld (Germany) and contributed to the cross-national project Media, Conflict and Democratization (MeCoDEM) based at the University of Leeds. Before joining in Bournemouth, she worked at Teesside University. In her recently finished PhD thesis she examined the role of emotions in journalistic work practices and deontology in India and the United Kingdom.

Journal Articles


  • Gerhards, J. and Schäfer, M., 2011. Terrorismus im Fernsehen. Formate, Inhalte und Emotionen in westlichen und arabischen Sendern (Terrorism in Television. Formats, Contents and Emotions in Western and Arabic News Channels).. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
  • Glück, A., 2009. Terror im Kopf: Terrorismusberichterstattung in der deutschen und arabischen Elitepresse [Terrorism news coverage in the German and Arab elite press]. Frank & Timme.


  • Glück, A., 2019. De-Westernization and Decolonization in Media Studies. Oxford Encyclopedia of Communication and Critical Studies. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.
  • Glück, A., 2009. Risiko für alle – jeder für sich? Die Formierung einer Weltöffentlichkeit im Angesicht des Terrorismus. [Risk for everyone - everyone by themselves? The formation of a world public sphere in face of terrorism]. In: Rodoniklis, W. and Zander, D., eds. Düsseldorfer Forum Politische Kommunikation. Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf University Press, 207-232.


  • Glück, A. and Lugo-Ocando, J., 2018. Worker’s Struggles, Ideological Struggle and the News: How National Imaginary and Anticommunism Defined Journalistic Professionalism and Identity in the West. In: ICA 24-28 May 2018 Prague, Czech Republic. , 1.