Registered Speakers 2012: A to K

Aysun Akan (Izmir University of Economics, Turkey) on An Analysis of the Quarrel between France and Turkey over the Motion Criminalising the Armenian Genocide Denial in Social Media ..... Dimitrios Akrivos (City University London, UK) on Press Constructions of the Bridgend Suicides as an Internet Problem ..... Jose Mauricio Saldanha Alvarez (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil) on Ethics, Politics and Spectacle in the Representation of Late Modernity: Elite Squad II ..... Alex Antoniou (City University London, UK) on British Obscenity Law, the British Board of Film Classification, and the Acquittal of Michael Peacock ..... Ahmet Atay (The College of Wooster, USA) on Horror Cinema from Italy: The Case of Giallo ..... Asma Ayob (University of South Africa) on The 'Subaltern' Woman in Popular Bollywood Cinema ..... Raul Barcelona (University of Cincinnati, USA) on Policing the Police: The Role of Portable Video and Citizen Filmmakers .....

 

Brett Bebber (Presbyterian College, USA) on Racialised Television in 1960s Britain: Till Death Us Do Part ….. Esin Berktas (Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey) on The Visualisation of Sexual Difference in the Early Films of Jean-Luc Godard ..... Bengi Bezirgan (London School of Economics, UK) on Minority Groups in the News: Racialised Potrayals? ..... Rada Bieberstein (Tubingen University, Germany) on Strategies of the Representation in the Cinema of Ferzan Ozpetek ..... Alexandra Binnenkade (Independent Scholar, Switzerland) on YouTube and the Representation of Atrocities in Education ..... Daniel Binns (University of Western Sydney, Australia) on Myth and Nostalgia in Cinematic Representations of World War II ..... Virginia L. Blum (University of  Kentucky, USA) on Screen Actress Autobiography and the Imitation of Love …..

 

Francesca Borrione (University of Perugia, Italy) on The Ethical Battles of New Italian Cinema: ‘Mobbing’ Victims and Dehumanised Executioners in the Glocal Society ..... Lavinia Brydon (Queen Mary, London, UK) on Derek Jarman's Jubilee: A Prophetic Account of British National Identity? ..... Suzanne Buchan (University of the Creative Arts, UK) on Pervasive Animation: A New Paradigm for Film Studies Ethics ..... Marco Benoit Carbone (University College London, UK) on The Sopranos: Questions of Italian-American Identity and Trans-local Consumption ..... Jorge Carrega (University of the Algarve, Portugal) on Subverting the Classical Paradigm: European Directors and the Rise of Hollywood Mannerism ..... Tim Cawkwell (Independent Scholar, UK) on Nationality, Religion and the English Village in Powell's and Pressburger's A Canterbury Tale ..... Jean Chalaby (City University, UK) on The Making of a TV Revolution: How  the Format Trade became a Global Industry .....

 

Daniela Chana (University of Vienna, Austria) on Crime and Morality in the Work of Liliana Cavani ….. Irene Depetris Chauvin (Hamilton College, New York, USA) on Pop Music, Neoliberalism, and the Films and Novels of Alberto Fuguet  ….. Terry Chen (National Central University, Taiwan) on The Construction of Mythology in Rozema’s Lesbian Duo  I’ve Heard the Mermaids Singing and When Night Is Falling ..... Carrie Clanton (Goldsmiths, London, UK) on The End of the Uncanny? Towards a Hauntology of Media Practice ..... Sara Cole (University of Maryland, USA) onDiscourses of Masculinity and Violence: Fantasy, Reality and Meaning ..... Laura Crawford (Swinburne University of Technology, Australia) onCensoring the Screen: Cinematic Violence and Moral Panics Reconsidered ..... 



Dylan Cree (Concordia University, Canada) on Last Year at Marienbad: A Deleuzian Analysis ..... Aishali Diwakar (St. Mary's College for Girls, India) onUrban Film Culture and Social Class in Contemporary India ..... Glen Donnar (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia) on Gendering Apocalypse and Selling (In)Security: I am Legend ..... Kathleen Dooley (Flinders University, Australia) on Intimacy, Performance and Direction in the Films of Catherine Breillat ..... Lee Easton (Mount Royal University, Canada) on Sexuality and Identity in Eastwood's J. Edgar ..... Nea Ehrlich (University of Edinburgh, UK) on Re-negotiating the Documentary Experience: Animated Documentation and Documenting Animation ..... Ali Nihat Eken (Sabanci University, Turkey) on Cinematic Representations of Gender Roles and Sexual Orientation: A Classroom Research Study .....

 

Md. Towfique-E- Elahi (Hiroshima University, Japan) on Resisting Bollywood: Popular Folk Cinema from Bangladesh - Monpura ..... Jessica Escue (Pacifica Graduate Institute, USA) on Haptic Confrontations with the Archeypal Self in Aaronofsky's Black Swan ..... Stefanie Etow (University of Chicago) on The Architectural Narrative of Nolan's Inception ..... Noam Feinholtz (Hebrew University, Israel) on Cinema's Representational Critique of TV and the Internet ..... Neil Fox (Bedford College, UK) on Film Education, The Film Industry and Film Culture: The 2012 UK Film Policy Review .....Sonia Friel (Norwich University College of the Arts, UK) on The Dream Logic of Jan Svankmajer ..... 


Stefania Gallotta (University of Naples L’Orientale, Italy) on Cinema and the Classical World: The Return of Peplum ….. Renira Rampazzo Gambarato (Tallinn University, Estonia) on Objects of Desire in New Media ..... Andrea Garner (University of Wollongong, Australia) on Exploring Autism: Xiao Lu Xie's Ocean Heaven ..... Meghan Gilbride (University College, London, UK) onAnimated Testimonials: The Work of the National Film Board of Canada ..... Grace Gipson (Georgia State University, USA) on Race and Gender in the Comic Book: Martha Washington ..... Vichitra Godamunne (National University of Singapore) on Contemporary Sri Lankan Art Cinema: Civil War and an Alternative Nation ….. Helen Goritsas (University of Sydney, Australia) on Negative Capability: Rethinking the Representation of the Auteur in Campion's Bright Star ..... 

 

Anjo-Mari Gouws (University of Pretoria, South Africa) on Heideggerian Ontology in the Films of Michael Haneke ..... Kelsey Haas (Concordia University, Canada) on The Appropriation of Home Movies in Experimental Cinema ..... Erum Hafeez (Karachi Institute of Business Administration, Pakistan) on Cinematic Violence and Society: Bollywood in Pakistan ..... Joel Haikali (College of the Arts, Namibia) on The Namibian Film Industry: Lessons Learned, and Challenges Ahead ..... Nikita Hamilton (University of Southern California, USA) on Black Female Tropes: The 'Achiever' and the Undeclared War ..... Laura McLaws Helms (London College of Fashion, UK) onThe Age of Dynasty: Fashion and Consumerism in 1980s Television ..... Kelly Hewson (Mount Royal University, Canada) on Student Encounters with Race and Nation in Courtney Hunt's Frozen River .....

 

Stella Hockenhull (University of Wolverhampton, UK) on The Rise of Women Film Directors in the UK since 2000 ..... Anita Holtsclaw (Queensland University of Technology, Australia) on Constructs of the Female Self in Contemporary Screen-Based Art ..... Jonas House (Sheffield Hallam University, UK) on Discursive Legitimation and Representations of Subordinate Masculinity in Hollywood Cinema ..... Ted Hovet (Western Kentucky University, USA) on Teaching Representation: The Pedagogy of Cinema in a Digital Age ….. Sanjay Hukku (University of California Berkeley, USA) on Plotting Sex: The Pornographic Feature Film and the Sexual Order of Operations ..... Lilly Husbands (King's College London, UK) on The Experimental Animated Science Films of 'Semiconductor' ..... Joanna Ioannidou (Independent Scholar, The Netherlands) on Childhood and Monstrosity in the Horror Film: Interview with the Vampire and Let the Right One In .....  

 

Emma Anne James (University of Leicester, UK) on Landscape and Identity in Post-Apocalyptic Cinema: Hillcoat's The Road ..... Marta Jecu (Universidade Lusofona, Portugal) and Jose Manuel Gomes Pinto (Universidade Lusofona, Portugal) on The End of Representation? Faraldo'sThemroc ..... Jane Johnston (Bond University, Australia) on The Samantha Syndrome: Screen Representations of the PR Industry ….Isobel Johnstone (University of Cambridge, UK) on Joan of Arc: Screen Acting and Performance, 1929-1962 ..... Tara Kachgal (University of Wisconsin, USA) on Experiments in TV Form: The Televisualisation of U.S. Sport in the 1960s ..... Haruka Kawakami (Osaka City University, Japan) on Aspects of Manipulation: Animated Objects in the Films of Jan Svankmajer ..... Patrick Kelly (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia) on Deliberate and Thoughtful Art and Film: Slow Media ..... 

 

Ruhi Khan (Independent Scholar, UK) and Danish Khan (King's, London, UK) on Representations of Journalists and Journalism in Bollywood Cinema ..... Geoff King (Brunel University, UK) on Indie's Continuities: The Persistence of Established Strategies in Contemporary Independent Film ..... Friedrich Kohle (NHTV University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands) on The Arab Spring and the Wall Street  Movement: Challenges and Implications for Documentary Filmmakers and Social Media ..... Sari Kokkola (University of Tampere, Finland) on Subtitling the Seen and Heard: Kaurismaki's Lights in the Dusk ..... Dusan Kolcun (Masaryk University, Czech Republic) on The Vietnam War as Video Game ..... Nigel Krauth (Griffith University, Australia) on Cinematic Representations of the Novelist and the Writing Process ….. 

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