Belinda Stuebinger

Belinda Stuebinger

  • bstuebinger at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
  • PGR
  • Humanities and Law
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Belinda Stuebinger is currently acquiring her PhD in Creative Writing at Bournemouth University. Within her project, she is looking at novels written from the perspective of a serial killer to determine a serial killer archetype. As the project is practise-based, she will prove her findings by producing short stories.

She holds a distinction Master's degree in Creative Writing and Publishing, and a BA in Translation Studies.

Belinda is very engaged in the PGR (Postgraduate Researcher) community. She is department PGR representative for the department of Humanities and Law as well as, the PGR representative chair, representing all PGR department representatives across Bournemouth University. She is also hosting PGR Coffee Mornings and Lunches, and a PGR seminar series for the Faculty of Media and Communication at Bournemouth University. Belinda is also currently a lecturer on the MA English and Literary Media and the BA English at Bournemouth University.

Profile of Teaching PG

  • Level 7 - Markets and Audiences (MA English and Literary Media)
  • Unit Lead - Level 7 - Design, Editing and Publishing (MA Creative Writing and Publishing)
  • Unit Lead - Level 7 - Markets and Audiences (MA English and Literary Media)
  • Level 7 - Narrating Identities (MA Creative Writing and Publishing)

Profile of Teaching UG

  • Level 6 - Crime and Terror (BA English)
  • Level 4 - Forms and Contexts (BA English)
  • Level 4 - Academic and Writing Skills (BA English)

Internal Responsibilities

  • Postgraduate Researcher Representative, Athena Swan Department Committee
  • Postgraduate Researcher Representative, University Research and Professional Practice Committee
  • Postgraduate Research Representative Chair, Research Degrees Committee
  • Postgraduate Research Representative Department Humanities and Law, Faculty Research Degrees Committee

Public Engagement & Outreach Activities

  • Assistant Editorial Director at Fresher Publishing (01 May 2023)

Conference Presentations

  • The 14th Annual Postgraduate Research Conference, Lethal Patterns - A Creative Exploration of the Serial Killer Archetype in Contemporary Fiction (PhD topic), 30 Nov 2022, Bournemouth
  • Framing (Serial) Killing: Changing Narratives, Darkly Dreaming Dexter: Romanticised Serial Killer Narratives and their Implication for the Writer, 16 Nov 2022, Online (hosted from Warsaw)