Roy is a senior lecturer on the Creative Film, Television and Digital Media programme. As senior lecturer, he teaches to his areas of expertise and interest on this programme, as well as contributing to others in the wider Culture subject area. He currently contributes to the design of programme modules, including Xerte active blended learning and online teaching resources.
Roy Wallace teaches across a range of modules in both the Creative Film, Television and Digital Media Production/Film and Screen Studies, specialising in creative video production, documentary theory/practice, global television, live television and streaming. He also supervises undergraduate dissertations and final year projects.
Current and past taught modules include:
- MED1081 Multi-Camera TV studio production
- MED2094 Creative Video
- MED2109 Documentary Video
- MED3017 Global Cinema
- MED3047 Live TV Production
- MED3052 Community Impact Project
- MED4031 Media Project and Dissertation
Roy’s current research is focused on the ‘potential’ offered by the video essay regarding public history and as a contribution to teaching & learning in Higher Education. His PhD research focused on documenting subcultures and the academic video essay. He has been documenting and archiving the second wave anarcho-punk movement through ongoing documentary video projects, exhibitions, written publication, and photography, currently working on a history of the UK reggae and sound system cultures, punk, and video essay methodologies.
For publications, projects, datasets, research interests and activities, view Roy Wallace’s research profile on Pure, the University of Northampton’s Research Explorer.