Dr Dominic Hinde

  • Lecturer in Sociology (Media and Communications) (Sociology)

Biography

Dominic Hinde is a Lecturer in Sociology attached to the Glasgow Media Group and teaches on the MSc Media, Communications and International Journalism.

He studied for his PhD at the University of Edinburgh and Uppsala University, Sweden and has many years of experience as an international journalists for newspapers, magazines and online. In his career he has reported from across the world but specialises in Scandinavian and Northern Europe alongside his academic work.

He was previously a fellow at the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, Munich, and the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Edinburgh.

Research interests

Dominic's research is centred on the future of media in a time of institutional change and the communication of the future and how it is imagined with regard to climate change in particular. He also writes about and comments upon the UK and Scottish media.

  • Climate change and environmental communication
  • Media and modernity
  • Genre studies and futurebuilding
  • Nordic  and European media
  • Media work

Publications

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2022

Happer, C. , Schlesinger, P. , Langer, A. I. , Mabweazara, H. and Hinde, D. (2022) Scotland’s Sustainable Media Future: Challenges and Opportunities: a Stakeholder Analysis. Project Report. Glasgow University Media Group and Centre for Cultural Policy Research.

Hinde, D. (2022) "Have car, can travel": journalistic practice, oil entanglements and climate reportage in Aberdeen, Scotland. GeoHumanities, 8(1), pp. 277-286. (doi: 10.1080/2373566X.2021.1942128)

2021

Hinde, D. (2021) Journalism as eschatology. In: Bødker, H. and Morris, H. E. (eds.) Climate Change and Journalism: Negotiating Rifts of Time. Routledge: London, pp. 189-203. ISBN 9781003090304 (doi: 10.4324/9781003090304-12)

2020

Hinde, D. M. (2020) Narrative ethics, media and the morality of the ecological modern: The case of Sweden. Ecocene: Cappadocia Journal of Environmental Humanities, 1(2), pp. 76-91.

Hinde, D. (2020) Something super-wicked this way comes: genre, emergency, expectation, and learning to die in climate-change Scotland. Humanities, 9(1), 17. (doi: 10.3390/h9010017)

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Number of items: 5.

Articles

Hinde, D. (2022) "Have car, can travel": journalistic practice, oil entanglements and climate reportage in Aberdeen, Scotland. GeoHumanities, 8(1), pp. 277-286. (doi: 10.1080/2373566X.2021.1942128)

Hinde, D. M. (2020) Narrative ethics, media and the morality of the ecological modern: The case of Sweden. Ecocene: Cappadocia Journal of Environmental Humanities, 1(2), pp. 76-91.

Hinde, D. (2020) Something super-wicked this way comes: genre, emergency, expectation, and learning to die in climate-change Scotland. Humanities, 9(1), 17. (doi: 10.3390/h9010017)

Book Sections

Hinde, D. (2021) Journalism as eschatology. In: Bødker, H. and Morris, H. E. (eds.) Climate Change and Journalism: Negotiating Rifts of Time. Routledge: London, pp. 189-203. ISBN 9781003090304 (doi: 10.4324/9781003090304-12)

Research Reports or Papers

Happer, C. , Schlesinger, P. , Langer, A. I. , Mabweazara, H. and Hinde, D. (2022) Scotland’s Sustainable Media Future: Challenges and Opportunities: a Stakeholder Analysis. Project Report. Glasgow University Media Group and Centre for Cultural Policy Research.

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Grants

Principal Investigator: Royal Society of Edinburgh network development grant/Glasgow climate COP

Practical work with global south scholars, including film production, for knowledge building at the Glasgow climate COP (£7000) May 2021

Principal Investigator: Carson Fellowship grant/Journalism in the Anthropocene

Theoretical and work based approaches to dealing with the Anthropocene in journalism (£10,000) March 2017

Principal Investigator: IASH postdoctoral fellowship/Living in Liquid Worlds

Postdoctoral project and workshops on sociological liquidity, media and complexity (£16,000) August 2017

Supervision

 

 

 

 

  • Hawkton, Gavin
    Media, Public Discourse and the Miners' Strike 1984-85

I am interested in supervising projects in any of the following areas:

  • Climate change and environmental communications
  • Media and modernity
  • Genre studies and futurebuilding
  • Nordic and European Media
  • Media Work

I am currently supervising doctoral projects in:

  • The media portrayal of the UK miners strike from an oral history perspective 
  • Digitaisation and rationalisation at the Glasgow Herald