Registered Speakers 4: FALVEY to HEWITT

 

Dr. Lizzie Falvey (Emmanuel College, USA)

YouTube: Gender, Voyeurism and Pleasure 

 

Dr. Marcus Free (University of Limerick, Ireland) 

Diego Maradona and the Psychodynamics of Football Fandom in International Cinema

 

Dr. Iris Fruchter-Ronen (University of Haifa, Israel)

Gender and Humour in the Films of  Nadin Labaki

 

Adam Gallimore (University of Warwick, UK)

History, Spectacle and Subjectivity: Malick's The New World

 

Richard Gehrmann (University of Southern Queensland, Australia)

The Hidden Reality of War in Afhanistan and Iraq:

Challenges for the Fiction Film

 

Dr. Jeffrey Geiger (University of Essex, UK)

Rethinking Aerial Affect


Erez Genish (San Francisco State University, USA)

'Reality Horror': The Abject



Dr. Jonathan Gilhooly (University of Brighton, UK)

Spectacles of Deception: Residual Magic in the Films of Buster Keaton

 

Dr. Debbie Ging (Dublin City University, Ireland) 

The Spectacle of Male Linguistic Anxiety in Recent Irish Cinema



Dr. Terri Ginsberg (International Council for Middle East Studies, USA) 

The Politics of Contemporaneity: Koff’s Occupied Palestine

 

Dr. Emily Oghale God'spresence (Port Harcourt University, Nigeria)

Female Identity and Visual Culture: A Study of Two Nollywood Films 



Maria Golinelli (University of Bologna, Italy)

Queerdom, Popular Cinema, and the 'Tourist Gaze'

 

Hannah Graves (University of Warwick, UK)

Sensationalism and Specious Melodrama:

The Spectacle of Lynching in Warner Brothers' Storm Warning

 

Dr. Leon Gurevitch (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand) 

The Industrial Object as Spectacular Commodity:  

Transformers - Adverts in Disguise?

 

Dr. David Gurevitz, Dr. Dan Arav (College of Management Academic Studies, Tel Aviv, Israel)

Revisiting the Society of the Spectacle: Mad Men

 

Enrique Fibla Gutiérrez (San Francisco State University)

The Politics of the Female Body: HBO's Game of Thrones and Boardwalk Empire

 

Dr. Nikhila Haritsa (The English and Foreign Languages University, India) 

Cinema and the Making of a ‘Bhakti Public’: 

The Case of Kannada Films of the 1950s and 60s

 

Dr. Itay Harlap (Tel Aviv University, Israel)

Irregular Television: 

The Israeli Television Serial Nevelot and the TVIII Spectator

 

Justin Harrison (Victoria University, Australia)

Pleasures of Nostalgia, Problems of Authenticity:

1970s America in Crowe’s Almost Famous, Linklater’s Dazed and Confused, and Scorsese’s The Last Waltz

 

Niels Henrik Hartvigson (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)

Questions of Gender and Sexuality in Cross-Dressing Comedies

 

Dr. Bob Hasenfratz (University of Connecticut, USA)

The Literary Film in Britain, 1898-1903: A Radical Cinema of Sensations

 

Margaret Hass (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India/University of Bergamo, Italy) 

Consume, Purge, Repeat:

The Spectacular Pleasure of Cultural Bulimia in U.S. Television

 

Iris Haukamp (School of Oriental and African Studies, London, UK)

Transnational Cinematic Encounters in Critical Times:

Germany and Japan in World War II

 

Simon Hewitt (Independent Scholar, UK)

The 'Essential' Narrativity of Cinema? Morvern Callar



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