Early Acceptances 2014: VILJOEN to ZISIMOPOULOU
Dr. Stella Viljoen (Stellenbosch University, South Africa), Queering the Empire in Sixties South Africa: Scope ... Natalya Vodopyanova (University of Pennsylvania, USA), Gender, Labour and the Media: The Changing Representation of Businesswomen in US TV Drama ... Dr. Terrie Waddell (La Trobe University, Australia), The Girlshine Complex in Australian Film and Television Drama ... Sandra Wagemakers (Tilburg University, the Netherlands), Negotiating Regional Identity: Adolescent Identifications with Media Celebrity in North Brabant ... Dr. David Wall (University of Utah, USA), Bakhtin, the Bromance, and the Boundaries of Masculinity ... Dr. Richard Wallis (University of Bournemouth, UK), Media Literacy: New Labour Policies in the United Kingdom, 1997-2010 ...
Dr. Kathryn Wardell (University of Alabama, USA), National Identity and Global Television: Remaking Australia's Rake for US Audiences ... Sven Weidner (Philipps University Marburg, Germany), Masculinity and the Family in American Independent Cinema ... Eileen White (Queensborough Community College, USA), Popular Music and Public Intimacy: The Libertines ... Kim Wilkins (University of Sydney, Australia), Eccentric Space in US Independent Cinema: Questions of Identification ... Aulia Wimboyono (Cardiff University, UK), Faith, Fashion, and Femininity: Muslim Fashion Blogs in Indonesia ... Dr. Andrea Wood (Winona State University, USA), Abject Necro-Erotics and Female Zombies in the Horror Film ...
Dr. Esther Yau (University of Hong Kong), Global and Transnational Idioms in Contemporary Chinese Urban Cinema: A Touch of Sin and American Dreams in China ... Humairah Zainal (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), The New Malaysian Horror Film and Malay Cultural Identity ... Dr. Sabrina Zerar (Mouloud Mammeri University, Algeria), Erotic Identity and Performance in Allouache's Omar Gatlato ... Sana Zia (RMIT University, Australia), Islam, Women and Cinema in Pakistan ... Katerina Zisimopoulou (Technical University of Athens, Greece), Questions of Ideology, Memory and Identity in Riefenstahl’s Olympia ... Maikudi Abubakar Zukogi (Bayero University, Nigeria), Challenges of Otherness: The Politics of Representation in the Hausa Film Industry ...
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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