Cheryl Brumley is Multimedia Editor of the LSE Review of Books. Cheryl joined the PPG in January 2012 after graduating from the LSE with an MSc in Theory and History of IR. Cheryl previously conducted research into social media and the Arab Spring at the Regional Centre for Conflict Prevention in Jordan, and was a researcher in Global News at the BBC World Service. She is also a freelance radio reporter and producer with stories broadcast on Public Radio International and Deutsche Welle English.

Editor’s Picks: ten favourite book reviews from 2014

Through 2014 LSE Review of Books has published hundreds of reviews, covering new social science titles from across the disciplines. In […]

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    Our guide to the perfect podcasts for social scientists to listen to through Christmas and New Year 2014/2015

Our guide to the perfect podcasts for social scientists to listen to through Christmas and New Year 2014/2015

Podcasts have seen a revival this year thanks to initiatives like Serial and the Radiotopia network. At LSE Review of Books, […]

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    Book Review: Watching Arabic Television in Europe: From Diaspora to Hybrid Citizens by Christina Slade

Book Review: Watching Arabic Television in Europe: From Diaspora to Hybrid Citizens by Christina Slade

What are Arab Europeans watching on television and how do programmes affect their identities as Europeans? In Watching Arabic Television […]

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    LSE Review of Books in Brazil Podcast: Episode 2: Favela life: From drug gangs to drum beats

LSE Review of Books in Brazil Podcast: Episode 2: Favela life: From drug gangs to drum beats

Following on from Episode 1 “Rio in Transition”, the second instalment in our three-part series on Brazil will take […]

The best bookshops in Rio and São Paulo

In the latest in our series on bookshops around the world that academics should visit, Cheryl Brumley, Podcast Producer for LSE […]

Book Review: Gendered Paradoxes: Educating Jordanian Women in Nation, Faith, and Progress by Fida J. Adely

In 2005 the World Bank released a gender assessment of the nation of Jordan, a country that like many in […]

Editor’s Column: The Simple Guide to Academic Podcasting: Microphones and Recorders

In the second of a three-part series of Editor’s Columns on academic podcasting, Digital Editor Cheryl Brumley explores the […]

Editor’s Column: The Simple Guide to Academic Podcasting: Know Your Audience and Your Schedule

Podcasts are rapidly becoming a regular feature of online research dissemination and university brand-building, so why do only a […]

Book Review: Europe’s Angry Muslims: The revolt of the second generation by Robert S. Leiken

Europe’s Angry Muslims traces the routes, expectations and destinies of immigrant parents and the plight of their children, transporting the reader […]

Book Review: Page One: Inside the New York Times, edited by David Folkenflik

Page One explores journalism’s big shake-up and takes on the cause of reuniting journalism with its true civic purpose. After reading […]

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