Professor Pamela Moores graduated with a BA in Modern and Mediaeval Languages, from Girton College, Cambridge in 1972 and received her PhD in 1977 from the University of Leicester.
Pamela has held teaching posts at Coventry College of Education, the University of Warwick and the Open University before coming to Aston, where she has spent the majority of her career.
Research and publications
Pamela's research has examined the French print media, national and regional titles, and the street press. She has published on media coverage of elections, issues of regulations, diversity and balance and the representation of women in the media.
Chairs, membership and fellowships
Pamela chairs the University Council of Modern Languages and is the director of Links into Languages, West Midlands and theWest Midlands Consortium for Routes into Languages.
Pamela is a member of the National Languages Strategy advisory board, and a member of several steering and research groups, including the Development Partnership for the Diploma in Languages, the HEA Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Areas Studies, the British Academy research review group on ‘Language Matters’ and the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies.
Pamela is also chair of Aston's Equality and Diversity Forum.