Nathan Ritchie is a doctoral researcher at the university. Nathan joined Loughborough University in 2016 and was awarded an MA in Media and Cultural analysis in 2017. After the course, he joined the Migrant Memory and Post-Colonial project (The Leverhulme Trust 2017-2022).
Before joining Loughborough University, Nathan had a background in Media and Communication and English Language, studying at Wolverhampton University, his main interests concerned gender, sport and press conferences. He was awarded a degree in this field in 2016, notably being awarded the Dennis Foy memorial prize for his efforts.
Nathan's research investigates media representations of the Indian partition and how memories of the partition continue to be mobilised since the event. Specifically, Nathan explores how newspapers report and continue to feature events surrounding the partition.