Registered Speakers 1: AHEARNE to BEBBER


Joe Ahearne (Independent Scholar, London, UK)

The Process of Adaptation for Film and Television:

James Herbert's The Secret of Crickley Hall

Dr. Azza Ahmed

(Abu Dhabi University, United Arab Emirates/Cairo University, Egypt)

The Impact of  Television Drama Viewing on Student Perceptions of Egyptian Society in the United Arab Emirates


Dr. Aysun Akan (Izmir University of Economics, Turkey)

A Critical Analysis of Kemalist Press Coverage of the Kurdrish Peace Initiative


Karolina Albinska (University of Lodz, Poland)

Multimedia Radio?  Findings from Britain and Poland


Jennifer Allan (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London)

The Pleasures of Recognition and Mediation in the Spectacle of the Nation


Mason Kamana Allred (University of California, Berkeley)

History as Sensual Experience: Lubitsch's Madam Dubarry


Prof. Jose Mauricio Saldanha Alvarez (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil)

Images of National Identity:

France's Lost Wars in the Films of Pierre Schoendoerffer


Maria Angélica Amâncio (Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil)/Université Paris-Diderot – Paris VII (France)/CAPES)             

Sartre and the Seventh Art


Dr. Dan Arav, Dr. Shikma Sharon

(College of Management Academic Studies, Israel)

The Politics of the Television Vigilante since 9/11:

The Case of Dexter


Dr. Eylem Atakav (University of East Anglia, UK)

Women and Turkish Cinema:

Gender Politics, Cultural Identity and Questions of Representation


Sierra Austin (Ohio State University, USA)

Transnational Hip Hop Feminism: 

The Performative Politics of Nicki Minaj


Dr. Jamaluddin Aziz (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)

Audience Understandings of the Representation of Fathers and Fatherhood in Malay Cinema


Dr. Vinod Balakrishnan (National Institute of Technology, India)

Beowulf: An Allegory of Yoga


Prof. Lawrie Barnes (The University of South Africa)

Visions of the Amish: Witness and Amish Grace


Dr. Helena Bassil-Morozow (Goldsmiths' College, London, UK)

The Poetics of Maternal Loss in Tarkovksy's The Mirror


Dr. Brett Bebber (Old Dominion University, USA)

A National Endeavour?

Media and Race Relations Organisation in Postcolonial Britain