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Dr Rebecca Fisher

Profile pictureAcademic Manager

Tel (mob): 07884 733069
Tel (office): 02476 575328

Email: r dot fisher at qmul dot ac dot uk
Email: rebecca dot fisher at warwick dot ac dot uk


Rebecca left her role in August 2017.

Rebecca leads on all administrative aspects for Global Shakespeare, and is responsible for:

  • admissions, marketing, and recruitment;
  • student engagement and experience;
  • teaching quality and quality assurance;
  • planning and implementation of the Global Shakespeare strategy;
  • providing research and teaching support;
  • overseeing budgets;
  • and events.

All queries regarding our MA course including admissions, events, website, and requests for further information should be directed to her. Rebecca would be delighted to discuss your application to the MA or our undergraduate modules: please get in touch if you have any questions.

Previously a Postgraduate Recruitment Officer in the Student Admissions and Recruitment Office, and Programme Manager for University Summer Schools, Becky has worked at the University since 2012. Before that, Becky was a Teaching Fellow at the University of Sheffield, where she taught Old English and carried out research on Anglo-Saxon magic and medicine.

Becky is passionate about teaching and learning, and has been recognised by an award of Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy, and a nomination for a Warwick Award in Teaching Excellence. Inspired and encouraged by Celia Whitchurch’s recent work on ‘third-space professionals’,1 Becky seeks out opportunities for teaching and learning innovation that challenge and respond to assumed hierarchies and boundaries by bringing together administrative and academic staff in collaborative teams. For example, she works with IATL colleagues Amy Clarke, Phil Gaydon, and Naomi de la Tour on the transdisciplinary teaching and learning project, The Dark Would, and received funding to develop a programme which recognised, developed and rewarded the skills of administrative staff who are involved in teaching and learning.

She also enjoys working with students and people outside the academy; in 2012 she founded the Sheffield Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Society, which brings together academics, independent scholars and members of the public, and is also a Public Engagement Ambassador for the National Centre for Coordinating Public Engagement.

You can find out more about Becky and her academic and professional work on her E-Portfolio.

1 See Whitchurch, C. (2013). Reconstructing Identities in Higher Education: The Rise of Third Space Professionals. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.