Early Acceptances 2014: JURADO to LAWRENCE
Javier Jurado (Université Paris X, France), Race, Politics, Cinema: Snyder’s 300 and Blomkamp’s Elysium ... Maru Kamada (Goldsmiths, University of London), Questions of Personal and Socal Identity in Japan: Rent-a-Family Inc. ... Chih-Chiang Kao (National Taiwan University, Taiwan), Queerness and Heteronormativity in Zero Chou’s Spider Lilies and Drifting Flowers ... Dr. Jakub Karpoluk (Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology, Poland), Early Japanese Cinema: The Theatrical Tradition and Questions of National Identity ... Artlee Kaul (Independent Scholar, India), Identities Mistaken and Discovered: The Lunchbox ... Dr. Lisa W. Kelly (University of Glasgow, UK), Professionalising the British Film Industry: The UK Film Council and Public Support for Film Production ...
Dr. Martin King (Manchester Metropolitan University, UK), Masculinity, Mid-60s Britain, and The Beatles: Help! ... Dr. Joanne Knowles (Liverpool John Moores University, UK), Fashion, Workwear and Identity in the Romantic Comedy ... Friedrich Kohle (NHTV, University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands), The Spectacle of Social Media: Digital Natives and Documentary Producers ... Meyrav Koren-Kuik (Tel Aviv University, Israel), Ida Lupino’s Gothic Noir: The Construction of Feminine Identity in Outrage ... Dr. Igor Krstic (University of Reading, UK), Eduardo Coutinho Commemorative Roundtable ... Preeti Kumar (St. Teresa’s College, Ernakulam, India), Hegemonic Masculinities in Two Comic Films in Malayalam: Meesa Madhavan and Rajamanikyam ...
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar (South Asian University, India), Metonymies of Fear: Islamophobia in Hindi Cinema ... Prof. Joseph Kupfer (Iowa State University, USA), Women Warriors and the Aesthetics of Film Violence ... Prof. Maria Rosario Lacalle (Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain), TV Fiction, Transmediality and the Construction of Female Identities ... Mita Lad (Edge Hill University, UK), The Darshanic Gaze in Indian Cinema: Arjun: Warrior Prince ... Lies Lanckman (University of Kent, UK), Gender, Class and Cinematic Stardom: The Case of Norma Shearer ... Prof. Robert Lang (University of Hartford, USA), Language and National Identity in Tunisian Cinema ... Katerina Lawless (University of Limerick, Ireland), Representations of Russian Identity in the James Bond Films ... Dr. Novotny Lawrence (Southern Illinois University, USA), African-American Feminine Identity and the Neo-Minstrelsy Aesthetic: Big Momma’s House ...
THE LONDON FILM AND MEDIA READER 3 - now available for download!
We are delighted to announce that our latest ebook - The London Film and Media Reader 3 - is now available.
It is a bumper volume of nearly 700 pages, comprising 60 essays from two dozen countries around the world.
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The six volumes published so far are based on Papers presented at our conferences since 2011:
* FILM AND MEDIA 2011
* FILM AND MEDIA 2012
* FILM AND MEDIA 2013
* LONDONICITY 2011
* LONDONICITY 2012
* UNDERSTANDING BRITAIN 2012
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