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Isabel Violet Millar

PhD researcherLondon, United Kingdom
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Isabel Violet Millar

PhD researcherLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am a freelance writer and PhD researcher in the fields of psychoanalytic theory, philosophy, film, media and culture. As well as an academic writer, I am a screenwriter and author of 3 sit-com scripts and a cultural commentary blog.
Projects
  • I Would Prefer Not To: Sit-Com Script in DevelopmentThree Struggling Millenials, Violet, Jay and Alma in London's epicentre of Avant Garde cool, Dalston, coming to terms with the futility of their intellectual pursuits and love lives in a "Post Capitalist" world. Or so they think...
Work history
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    PHD ResearcherKingston University London
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    I am a writer and PhD researcher in the fields of Lacanian psychoanalysis, philosophy, critical theory, film, media and culture.
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    Freelance WriterHysterical Symptoms
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Freelance Writer: Hysterical Symptoms & Hysteric's Discourse Cultural commentary & psychoanalytic theory: www.hystericsdiscourse.wordpress.com Hysterical Symptoms production company: Author of Dalston Violet sit-com, an East London based satire of pseudo-academia and political activism. Dalston Violet was shortlisted by BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Forum. Author of Safe Days sit-com, a North London supermarket comedy Author of Couched, a comedy drama about a psychoanalytic clinic
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Skills
  • Academic Writing
  • Screenwriting
  • Creative
  • Feature Writing
  • Character Development
  • Comedy Writing
  • Comedy Performing
  • Social Psychology
  • Cross-cultural Awareness
  • Youth Engagement
Education
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    PhDKingston University London
    London, United Kingdom
    I am a PhD researcher in the fields of Lacanian psychoanalysis, philosophy, critical theory, film, media and culture.
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    MA Psychosocial StudiesBirkbeck College, University of London
     - London, United Kingdom
    Psychosocial Studies examines the relationship between power and subjectivity through, psychoanalytic, sociological, biopolitical and philosophical frameworks.
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