The Screen Cultures research group's book chapter publications.
Batty, C, Holloway, S & James, G (2014) ‘The Educating of Creative Writers’ in Graeme Harper (ed.) Creative Writing and Education, Bristol: Multilingual Matters [forthcoming].
Batty, C (2014) ‘Me and You and Everyone We Know: The Centrality of Character in Understanding Media Texts’ in Julia Round & Bronwen Thomas (eds) Real Lives, Celebrity Stories: Narratives of Ordinary and Extraordinary People Across Media, London: Continuum, 35–56.
Adrian Danks. “Being in Two Places at the Same Time: The Forgotten Geography of Rear Projection.” B for Bad Cinema: Aesthetics, Politics and Cultural Value. Ed. Claire Perkins and Con Verevis. New York: SUNY, 2014.
Adrian Danks. “Aint There Anyone Here for Love: Space, Place and Community in the Cinema of Howard Hawks.” Howard Hawks: New Perspectives. Ed. Ian Brookes. BFI/Palgrave Macmillan: London, 2014 [forthcoming].
Adrian Danks. “From Bonanza to Buffalo Bill: Robert Altman and the Western.” Screening the Past 2014 [forthcoming].
Donnar, G 2014, “‘Final Men’, Racialized Fears & the Control of Monstrous Cityscapes in Post-Apocalyptic Hollywood Film”, in Y Maurer, S Edrei and M Koren-Kuik (eds), Cityscapes of the Future: Urban Spaces in Science Fiction, Routledge, London [accepted, under review].
Donnar, G 2014, “Race, Sexuality and Miscegenation: The Persistent Ambivalence of Children in Hollywood ‘Final Man’ Films”, in D Olson (ed.), The Child in Post-Apocalyptic Cinema, Lexington, Lanham [contracted, under review].
Donnar, G 2014, “A Less Than Nostalgic Reflection on 9/11: Mad Men’s Re-imagining of the Mediated Experience of the Kennedy Assassination”, in A Keeble, V Bryan and H Pope (eds), New Narratives of Disaster and Crisis: Reflecting on 9/11 in the Obama Era, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge [accepted, under review].
Donnar, G 2014, “Gendering Apocalypse and Selling (In)Security: Redeeming Father, Performing Consumption and Securing the Home in I Am Legend”, Apocalypse: Imagining the End, Interdisciplinary Press, Oxford
French, L., ‘Ubu Films and Sydney’s Underground Radical Culture 1965–1972’, in Mitchell, N. World Film Locations: Sydney, Intellect, 2014 [in press].
French, L., ‘The Screenwriting of Jane Campion: Female-centered stories, characters and perspectives’ in Nelmes, J. & Selbo, J. (eds), Women Screenwriters: an International Guide, Palgrave MacMillian, 2014.
French, L. & Poole, M., ‘Women Writers on the Australian Screen’ in Nelmes, J. & Selbo, J. (eds), Women Screenwriters: an International Guide, Palgrave MacMillian, 2014.
Catherine Gomes, “A Stranger in Familiar Territory: Reflecting on Race in Singapore”, Community, City, Globalisation (working title), Chris Chamberlain, Martin Mulligan, Yaso Nadarajah and Supriya Singh (eds), New Delhi: Manohar Press [forthcoming].
Catherine Gomes, “Nationhood and Selective Memory: A Case Study of the Official Remembering of the Cantonese Black and White Amah”, Troublesome Women in Asia: The Politics of Gender and Sexuality in Singapore and Malaysia, Adeline Koh and Yu-Mei Balasingamchow (eds), London and New York: Routledge [forthcoming].
Marsha Berry and Catherine Gomes, “Breathing Landscapes: Poetic Responses to Place”, in Hopeful Places1950–2010, Chris McConville (ed.), Ballarat: Connor Court Publishing [forthcoming].
Pink, S. and K. Leder Mackley [forthcoming 2014] ‘Flow in Everyday Life: Situating Practices’ in C. Maller and Y. Strengers (eds) Beyond Behaviour Change: Intervening in social practices for sustainability, Routledge.
Hjorth, L. and Pink, S. [forthcoming 2014] ‘Maps of Emplaced Visuality: Reconceptualising Camera Phone Practices in an Age of Locative Media’ in G. Goggin and L. Hjorth (eds) Routledge Mobile Media Companion.
Torre, Dan. “The Metamorphosis of Place: Projection Mapped Animation.” In Animated Landscapes: History, Form, and Function. Bloomsbury Academic. [Forthcoming].