Senior Lecturer: Critical & Contextual Studies
Tina Richardson is a cultural theorist and psychogeographer. From a traditional Cultural Studies background, Tina specialises in applying critical theory, discourse analysis, semiology and poststructural theory to cultural phenomenon, including fashion and popular culture. She also takes a pedagogic approach to improving the application and knowledge of cultural theory within fashion education and analysis.
Academic and professional qualifications
PhD Urban Cultural Studies
MA (hons) Cultural Theory
BA (hons) Cultural Studies
Fashion Cultures 1: Style, Place and Popular Culture (unit leader and lecturer)
Fashion Cultures 2: Fashion and Society (unit leader and lecturer)
Fashion Cultures 3 (guest lecturer and dissertation supervisor)
MA Perform (guest lecturer)
MA Business (guest lecturer)
Postgraduate research supervision
MA Perform (dissertation supervisor)
PhD Student in the School of English (psychogeography)
Cultural theory and history; psychogeography, place and the city; identity, subjectivity and psychoanalysis; poststructural theory and semiology.
Richardson, T., 2015. 'Walking Inside Out Contemporary British Psychogeography', Rowman & Littlefield International.
Richardson, T., 2019. 'Creating a Situation in the City: Embodied Spaces and the Act of Crossing Boundaries'. In The Routledge Companion to Urban Media and Communication, Routledge.
Richardson, T., 2019. 'Psy(co)motion: Anti-production and Détournement in Affective Musical Cartographies'. In Non-Representational Theory and the Creative Arts, pp. 293-310, Springer Singapore.
Richardson, T., 2019. 'Non-Representational Theory and the Creative Arts'. In Candice, B., Christian, E. (eds.) Non-Representational Theory and the Creative Arts, Springer Singapore.
Richardson, T., 2015. 'Developing Schizocartography: Formulating a Theoretical Methodology for a Walking Practice'. In Walking Inside Out Contemporary British Psychogeography, Rowman & Littlefield International.
Richardson, T., 2015. 'Conclusion: The New Psychogeography'. In Walking Inside Out Contemporary British Psychogeography, Rowman & Littlefield International.
Richardson, T., 2015. 'Introduction'. In Walking Inside Out Contemporary British Psychogeography, Rowman & Littlefield International.
Richardson, T., 2021. 'Space, Gaze and Power: A Foucauldian Methodology for Fashion Advertising Analysis', Fashion Theory, 25 (2), pp. 195-214.
Richardson, T., 2019. 'Hiding the Bodies: Geographic Repression in Higher Educational Space', Space and Culture, 22 (4), pp. 460-473.
Richardson, T., 2019. 'The Global Scapes of Postmodernity: A Proposed Model for “Global Cultural Flow” in Fashion Education', Fashion Theory, pp. 1-17.
Richardson, T., 2017. 'Assembling the Assemblage: Developing Schizocartography in Support of an Urban Semiology', Humanities, 6 (3).
Richardson, T., 2011. 'Urban Space as a Medium for Democracy', Parallax, 17 (3), pp. 113-115.
Richardson, T., 2011. 'A Schizocartography of a Redbrick', Spaces and Flows: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies, 1 (1), pp. 119-128.
Manchester Fashion Institute
Manchester Metropolitan University
Manchester M15 6BG