The Screen Cultures research group's journal articles.
French, L, ’Gender then, gender now: surveying women’s participation in Australian film and television industries’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, March 2014, Vol. 28, Issue 2: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10304312.2014.888040
French, L, ‘Australian Women Filmmakers: Patterns of International Reception’, Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, Carfax Publishing (Taylor & Francis), 2014, Vol. 28, Issue 3 [in press].
French, L, ’David Gulpilil, Aboriginal humour, and Australian cinema’ Studies in Australasian Cinema, Vol. 8, No. 1, 2014.
Gaunson, Stephen. ’Inventing the Social Bandit: Ned Kelly. Aboriginal “Black“ Trackers and the Printed Press’, Media History (’in press’, 28 January, 2014)
Gaunson, Stephen. 2014. ’Marvellous Melbourne: Spencer’s Theatrescope Co. and the modern cinema experience’. Journal of Early Popular Visual Culture. 12.1: 22–36.
Gaunson, Stephen. 2014. ’Hollywood Nomad: Andrew Dominik’s Aussiewood’. Film International, March: http://filmint.nu/?p=10934 .
Kelly, P. "Detour Off the Superhighway: Slowness, New Media and the Moving Image" in Berry, M, Ever, C & S Wilson (eds) Altitude Journal. University of Nottingham Ningbo. [Forthcoming]
Kelly, P. "Instagram Video and the Presence of Aura" in Antonczak, L & M Schleser (eds) Journal of Creative Technology. Auckland University of Technology. [Forthcoming]
Martens, L., S. Pink and B. Halkier (eds) (2014) ’RESEARCHING HABITS: Advances in Linguistic and Embodied Research Practice’ The International Journal of Social Research Methodology, Vol 16.
Pink, S. [forthcoming 2014] 'An Urban Tour: The Sensory Sociality of Ethnographic Place-making in S. Hillyard (ed.) Approaches to Fieldwork’. London: Sage Publications. Republication of ’An Urban Tour: The Sensory Sociality of Ethnographic Place-making’, Ethnography, 9(2) (2008): 175–96.
Hjorth, L. and S. Pink (2014) ’New Visualities and the Digital Wayfarer: Reconceptualizing camera phone photography and locative media’ Mobile Media and Communication 2: 40-57. doi:10.1177/2050157913505257
Martens, L. B. Halkier and S. Pink (2014) ’Researching habits: advances in linguistic and embodied research practice’, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, DOI: 10.1080/13645579.2014.853999
Pink, S. and T. Lewis (2014) ’Making Resilience: Everyday Affect and Global Affiliation in Australian Slow Cities’, Cultural Geographies, online first at http://cgj.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/02/04/1474474014520761
Pink, S. and K. Leder Mackley (2014) ’Reenactment Methodologies for Everyday Life Research: Art Therapy Insights for Video Ethnography’ Visual Studies.
Pink, S. [forthcoming, accepted 27th September 2013] ’Digital-Visual-Sensory-Design Anthropology: ethnography, imagination and intervention’ Arts and Humanities in Higher Education.
Pink, S. [forthcoming, accepted 5th November 2013] ’Approaching Media through the Senses: between experience and representation’ Media International Australia.
Torre, Dan. "Cognitive Animation Theory: A Process-Based Reading of Animation and Human Cognition." Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal 9.1 (2014): 47-64. anm.sagepub.com/content/9/1/47.full.pdf+html
Wood, M. and Brown, S. [forthcoming] 'Lines of Flight: Everyday Resistance along England’s Backbone (Documentary Film)'. Altitude: an e-journal of emerging humanities work. http://www.thealtitudejournal.net/
Wood, M. 'Audio-visual Production and Shortcomings of Distribution in Organisation Studies', Journal of Cultural Economy 7/4, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17530350.2014.942346