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Global Literature and the Environment (2024)
Book
Whittle, M., & Munslow Ong, J. (in press). Global Literature and the Environment. London and New York: Routledge

Global Literature and the Environment analyses literatures from across the world that connect readers to the localized impacts of the climate and ecological emergencies. The book contextualizes ecological breakdown within the history of imperialist-c... Read More about Global Literature and the Environment.

From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas (2024)
Book Chapter
Herring, L. (2024). From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas. In L. Herring, & C. Parkinson (Eds.), Animal Activism On and Off Screen. Sydney University Press. https://doi.org/10.30722/sup.9781743329757

documentaries. This chapter explores what a fiction film can say about animal activism when read from a critical intersectional perspective. In 2012 Cloud Atlas was released to surprisingly little fanfare, garnering mixed reviews and underperforming... Read More about From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas.

From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas (2024)
Book Chapter
Herring, L. (2024). From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas. In L. Herring, & C. Parkinson (Eds.), Animal Activism On and Off Screen. Sydney University Press. https://doi.org/10.30722/sup.9781743329757

documentaries. This chapter explores what a fiction film can say about animal activism when read from a critical intersectional perspective. In 2012 Cloud Atlas was released to surprisingly little fanfare, garnering mixed reviews and underperforming... Read More about From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas.

The World Without, the World Within and the Space Between: Amanda Dalton’s Adaptation of Nosferatu for BBC Radio 3 (2024)
Journal Article
McMurtry, L. (in press). The World Without, the World Within and the Space Between: Amanda Dalton’s Adaptation of Nosferatu for BBC Radio 3. Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance,

Made for BBC Radio 3, the radio drama The Midnight Cry of the Death-Bird (2012) is an adaptation of Nosferatu (1922). Nosferatu is both a target text (of Dracula, 1897) and a source text (of The Midnight Cry). Thus, complex layers of adaptation and a... Read More about The World Without, the World Within and the Space Between: Amanda Dalton’s Adaptation of Nosferatu for BBC Radio 3.

“The souls of the children … Give me strength”: 1980s Horror Movie Marketing and the Life and Death of the “Brand Boogeymen” (2024)
Journal Article
Mellor, N. (2024). “The souls of the children … Give me strength”: 1980s Horror Movie Marketing and the Life and Death of the “Brand Boogeymen”. #Journal not on list, 7(1), 41–63

This article examines the socio-economic landscape of the 1980s and how brand marketing was used to take advantage of high concepts, home video and audience appetites to help establish some of the most enduring horror films of all time. It will discu... Read More about “The souls of the children … Give me strength”: 1980s Horror Movie Marketing and the Life and Death of the “Brand Boogeymen”.

Invisible yet Again: The Underrepresentation of Women’s Climate Work in the Media (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Beedles, P. (2024, June). Invisible yet Again: The Underrepresentation of Women’s Climate Work in the Media. Paper presented at MeCCSA Climate Change Network conference, The University of Westminster

Climate activism attracts a significant number of women in the UK, including politicians such as Caroline Lucas and Natalie Bennett, academics such as Julie Doyle and Richa Sharma, and community activist such as Gail Bradbrook (Extinction Rebellion)... Read More about Invisible yet Again: The Underrepresentation of Women’s Climate Work in the Media.

The interactive potential of emergent narrative through spatial nesting of the cinematic experience. (2024)
Presentation / Conference
Prokopic, P., & Sayer, J. (2024, June). The interactive potential of emergent narrative through spatial nesting of the cinematic experience. Paper presented at The Interactive Film & Media Conference, Toronto Metropolitan University

Common application of the term ‘interactive’ within film and cinema tends to require the creation of hyper-narratives. However, this can have implications for the viewer’s emotional connection to and experience of the film. Contemporary interactive f... Read More about The interactive potential of emergent narrative through spatial nesting of the cinematic experience..

Nested Cinema: An Immersive Fiction-Film Experience (2024)
Journal Article
Prokopic, P. (in press). Nested Cinema: An Immersive Fiction-Film Experience. Leonardo, 57(5), https://doi.org/10.1162/leon_a_02538

Nested Cinema is an original immersive experience that complicates the boundaries between the physical and the virtual, between the real and the imaginary. Nested Cinema reimagines film through the orchestration of technology across three distinct la... Read More about Nested Cinema: An Immersive Fiction-Film Experience.