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Outside office hours, urgent media enquiries can be made to 07876 885 601.

The university runs a small press office and reserves the right to prioritise responses at busy times. Journalists are asked to clearly state the publication they write for (or where they will pitch the story if freelance) and their deadline.

Claire Andrews

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Rachael Page

Press Officer

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Tommy Lynch

Dr Tommy Lynch

Reader in Political Theology

Dr Lynch’s research is on the end of the world as a philosophical, artistic and religious idea. He has previously written on hope, pessimism and climate change for Slate. He is also interested in understanding the relationship between race and religion, particularly in a Europe which understands itself as secular. He has been a Fellow at the Centre for Apocalyptic and Post-Apocalyptic Studies (Heidelberg University) and is on the international advisory board of ‘At the End of the World’, a transdisciplinary project at Lund University.

Areas of expertise include:

  • The idea of the end of the world
  • Philosophical responses to contemporary crises such as climate change
  • Philosophies of hope
  • The intersection of race and religion in Europe
Nita Muir

Dr Nita Muir

Head of the School of Nursing and Allied Health

A registered nurse of more than 30 years, Dr Muir now leads the University’s school of nursing. Through her work, she has investigated the resilience of NHS staff and how health carers were affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Areas of expertise include:
  • The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on nursing and the wider UK healthcare profession.
  • How the NHS can better-support staff in demanding and stressful environments (including wards and care homes).
  • Frailty in the elderly – and how nurses can provide best care for older patients.

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