Professor Kevin Robins

Professor Kevin Robins

Kevin Robins has been involved in a number or research programmes, including most recently a project, ‘Negotiating Spaces’ concerned with Turkish migration and media use in Europe; and an EU Framework project, ‘Changing City Spaces: New Challenges to Cultural Policy in Europe’.

His current research interests include transnational
cultural studies and media policy, European culture and identity, migration and migrant cultures in Europe, Turkey and the Balkans, and urban cultures. He is co-author (with Frank Webster of Times of the Technoculture (Routledge, 1999) and The Virtual University? (Oxford, 2002).
Kevin Robins has been Professor of Cultural Geography at Newcastle University, Professor of Communications at Goldsmiths University of London and Professor of Sociology at City University London. He is presently a vısiting fellow at Goldsmiths University of London where has been leading a research project, ‘Europe in Motion: Charting Changing Media Spaces and Policy in Europe’.

In 2007, he moved to live and work in Istanbul, where he has an involvement in the cultural studies programme at Istanbul Bilgi University.