Dr Ieuan Franklin
- ifranklin at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
- Lecturer in History and Politics
- Weymouth House W204, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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Ieuan Franklin is Lecturer in History and Politics. He holds a PhD in media history (awarded by Bournemouth University in 2010) and his research centres on the intersections between media history, public history youth culture, and social movements.
Between 2010 and 2014 Ieuan was Post-Doctoral Research Assistant on the AHRC-funded Channel 4 and British Film Culture Project at the University of Portsmouth. Between 2020 and 2021 he was Co-Investigator on a British Academy funded project at Bournemouth University on LBGTQ+ Refugees.
He has published widely in the area of British media history, in innovative edited collections and in key journals such as the Historical Journal for Film, Radio and Television and the Journal of British Cinema and Television. He was lead editor of the edited collection Regional Aesthetics: Mapping UK Media Cultures (Palgrave 2015).
Ieuan is a trained film archivist and between 2012 and 2020 was 0.5 Lecturer in Film Theory at Wiltshire College (on the BU-validated Film Production and Cinematography programme)...
He has been active as a member of the Centre for Media History and the Centre for Comparative Politics and Media Research.more
- Franklin, I., 2023. The Art of Appreciation: Music and Middlebrow Culture in Modern Britain. TWENTIETH CENTURY BRITISH HISTORY.
- Franklin, I., 2021. In Fading Light: The Films of the Amber Collective. JOURNAL OF BRITISH CINEMA AND TELEVISION, 18 (2), 255-258.
- Pullen, C. and Franklin, I., 2020. The ‘Undocuqueer’ movement and DREAMers: activist online space and the affective queer body. Interactions: Studies in Communication &Culture.
- Franklin, I., 2020. British Art Cinema: Creativity, Experimentation and Innovation. JOURNAL OF BRITISH CINEMA AND TELEVISION, 17 (2), 281-283.
- Franklin, I., 2020. Precursor of Pride: The Pleasures and Aesthetics of Framed Youth. Open Library of Humanities, 5 (1), 1-28.
- Franklin, I., 2020. Grey matter/literature/area: Bucketfull of brains, fanzine form and cultural formation. Punk and Post-Punk, 9 (2), 247-265.
- Franklin, I., 2019. Between Public and Private, Britain and Canada: Newfoundland Radio 1934-1949. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 39 (3), 532-552.
- Franklin, I., 2019. England's Discontents: Political Cultures and National Identities. JOURNAL OF BRITISH CINEMA AND TELEVISION, 16 (3), 396-399.
- Franklin, I., 2018. Lost Sound: The Forgotten Art of Radio Storytelling. HISTORICAL JOURNAL OF FILM RADIO AND TELEVISION, 38 (3), 668-669.
- Franklin, I., 2017. BBC2 and world cinema. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 14 (3), 344-360.
- Franklin, I., 2017. Introduction: Background, Context and the New Left. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 14 (3), 259-263.
- Franklin, I., 2016. Visions of Change – The Evolution of the British TV Documentary. Viewfinder.
- Franklin, I., 2016. Marc Karlin: Look Again. JOURNAL OF BRITISH CINEMA AND TELEVISION, 13 (2), 331-333.
- Franklin, I., 2015. Television and British Cinema: Convergence and Divergence. JOURNAL OF BRITISH CINEMA AND TELEVISION, 12 (3), 417-420.
- Franklin, I., 2015. Amateur Film: Meaning and Practice, 1927-77. JOURNAL OF BRITISH CINEMA AND TELEVISION, 12 (1), 135-138.
- Franklin, I., 2014. Roadblocks and roads not taken: Fords on Water (1983), Coast to Coast (1987) and the British bi-racial buddy-road movie. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 11 (4), 440-458.
- Franklin, I., 2014. Documenting the Social and Historical Margins in the Films of Philip Donnellan. La Revue LISA, 12 (1).
- Franklin, I.M., 2013. Interview Dossier. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 33 (3), 454-474.
- Franklin, I., 2013. SEX, YOUTH & VIDEOTAPE: TURN IT UP AND THE STRUGGLE TO BE HEARD. HISTORICAL JOURNAL OF FILM RADIO AND TELEVISION, 33 (3), 396-417.
- Franklin, 2009. Rambling House and The Barrelman: Folklore and Audience Participation in Radio Broadcasting in Ireland and Newfoundland. Ktaqamkuk/Across the Water: Irish Journal of Newfoundland and Labrador Research, 1 (1), 13-32.
- Regional Aesthetics Mapping UK Media Cultures. Palgrave Macmillan.
- Franklin, I., 2023. The Critic-turned-Filmmaker and the Time Out Film Section. In: Shail, R. and Hall, S., eds. Film Critics and British Film Culture: New Shots in the Dark. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
- Franklin, I., 2020. TV interventions: Artists, activists and alternative media. In: Newsinger, J., Wayne, M. and Presence, S., eds. Contemporary Radical Film Culture: Networks, Organisations and Activists. Oxford: Routledge.
- Franklin, I., 2018. oUtside mUte? Ut, No Wave and Blast First. In: Beaven, Z., O'Dair, M. and Osborne, R., eds. Mute Records: Artists, Business, History. London: Bloomsbury.
- Franklin, I., 2015. A Region in Microcosm: Brandon Acton-Bond’s Post-War BBC Radio Features. In: Chignell, H. and Skoog, B., eds. Regional Aesthetics: Mapping UK Media Cultures. Palgrave.
- Franklin, I., 2014. Talking liberties: Framed Youth, community video and channel 4‘s remit in action. Queer Youth and Media Cultures. 115-130.
- Franklin, 2013. Think-Tape: The Aesthetics of Montage in the Post-War Television Documentary. In: Jacobs, J. and Peacock, S., eds. Television Aesthetics and Style. London: Bloosmbury.
- Franklin, 2011. Earwitness Accounts : Secondary Orality and Street Radio. In: Smits, R., Smite, R. and Medosch, A., eds. Networks and Sustainability. Riga, Latvia: RIXC, MPLab, 75-91.
- Skoog, K. and Franklin, I., 2012. Listening to Learn and Learning to Listen. A Report on UK Radio Archives: Policy, Practice and Potential. Centre for Broadcasting History, Bournemouth University.
- Franklin, 2010. Philip Donnellan Archive Report. Birmingham: Birmingham City University. Available from: https://www.academia.edu/6452197/Friends_of_Philip_Donnellan_-_Ieuan_Franklins_archive_report_attached.
- Understanding LGBTQ Refugees' and Asylum Seekers' Support Needs through Listening to Autobiographical Storytelling (British Academy, 01 May 2020). Awarded
- PGCE in Postgraduate Certificate in Education Practice (Bournemouth University, 2017)