I have been a member of The Open University since 2002 and an Associate Lecturer since 2003. Currently, I am a member of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, working both as a Senior Faculty Manager, supporting students and Associate Lecturers in the Arts and Humanities, and as an Associate Lecturer on module A105: Voices, Texts and Material Culture.
I am also a doctoral student at the Centre for Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London. My interests include assemblage theory, text and fragmentation, material culture, object relations theory and extended mind theory, and my doctoral thesis investigates themes of materiality and mediality as they arise in Break Down by Michael Landy (2001), in which the artist’s 7227 belongings were systematically dismantled and shredded.
For full information regarding my research, qualifications, career, and teaching, please visit my website via this link: https://lindsaypollycrispblog.wordpress.com/.
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