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Dr Thomas A. Christie is a Scottish author with research interests in popular culture, literary analysis and modern cinema. His books include John Hughes and Eighties Cinema: Teenage Hopes and American Dreams, The James Bond Movies of the 1980s, Mel Brooks: Genius and Loving It!, and Notional Identities: Ideology, Genre and National Identity in Popular Scottish Fiction Since the Seventies.
Tom has many years of experience as a literary professional, working in collaboration with several publishing companies including Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Crescent Moon Publishing and Robert Greene Publishing. His full-length works to date have focused upon subjects such as cinema history and literary criticism, as well as the production of original prose fiction.
A passionate advocate of the written word and literary arts, over the years Tom has produced original writing for respected organisations such as the Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum and the Dementia Services Development Centre, a leading independent higher education research unit based at the University of Stirling. Additionally, he is regularly involved in public speaking events and has delivered guest lectures and presentations about his work at many locations around the United Kingdom.
Tom holds a PhD in English Studies, on the subject of Scottish Literature, from the University of Stirling. He has also been awarded a first-class Honours degree in Literature and a Master's degree in Humanities, specialising with distinction in British cinema history, from the Open University in Milton Keynes.
For more details about Tom and his work, please visit his website at tomchristiebooks.co.uk
Contribute to/write textbooks, Make personal appearances, Write for magazines/newspapers, Give talks and readings to adults, Novelist, Gives workshops, Produce material for web sites, Undertake research projects
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