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Dr Naida Redgrave

Senior Lecturer

Senior Lecturer

Creative Writing and Screenwriting

School of Arts and Creative Industries , School Of Arts And Creative Industries

Dr Naida Redgrave is a senior lecturer in Creative Writing and Screenwriting. Her research and writing explores the prospect of decolonised approaches to screen/writing practice and how these methodologies can be accurately articulated. Her current work explores the suitability of the term ‘conscious collaboration’ (Hingorani & Redgrave, 2023) to describe the theorising of a conscious undoing of colonial gaze when writing and creating narratives of ‘othered’ or underrepresented identities.

Areas Of Interest

Naida’s research and screen/writing practice frequently gravitates towards unearthing and representing the lives of Black and othered womxn, with works including Middle Grade biographies on Mary Seacole (2019) and Shonda Rhimes (2017), and TV drama development for Lonesome Pine/ Channel 4 (2019).


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