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Creative approaches to landscape research: Using multisensory and multispecies research perspectives with marginalised groups (2024)
Journal Article
Satchwell, C., Mills, B., Parkinson, C., Herring, L., & Parathian, H. (in press). Creative approaches to landscape research: Using multisensory and multispecies research perspectives with marginalised groups. Landscape Research, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1080/01426397.2024.2336544

The research project discussed here used artist-led workshops to enable people from marginalised groups to explore and communicate their relationships with nature and landscapes. Aligning with multisensory and multispecies methodologies, five worksho... Read More about Creative approaches to landscape research: Using multisensory and multispecies research perspectives with marginalised groups.

Vegan celebrity activism: an analysis of the critical reception of Joaquin Phoenix’s awards speech activism (2022)
Journal Article
Herring, L., & Parkinson, C. (2023). Vegan celebrity activism: an analysis of the critical reception of Joaquin Phoenix’s awards speech activism. Celebrity Studies, 14(4), 584-601. https://doi.org/10.1080/19392397.2022.2154684

Acceptance speeches have long been used by celebrity activists as platforms from which to promote their personal, political or ethical agendas. The actor Joaquin Phoenix, an outspoken proponent for animal rights and veganism, dominated the Hollywood... Read More about Vegan celebrity activism: an analysis of the critical reception of Joaquin Phoenix’s awards speech activism.

China’s cinema watchdogs on the world wide web (2018)
Journal Article
Herring, L. (2018). China’s cinema watchdogs on the world wide web. Networking knowledge, 11(2), 39-59. https://doi.org/10.31165/nk.2018.112.532

Online communities play an important role in the development of the Chinese film industry in several significant ways. Taking social media as its focus, this article explores three areas of influence; promoting transparency, critiquing and policing.... Read More about China’s cinema watchdogs on the world wide web.

From Carnism to Cannibalism: intersectional speciesism in fiction film, Cloud Atlas
Book Chapter
Herring, L. (in press). 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

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.

Transnational filmmaker, fanboy-auteur: screening Nolan’s Inception in China
Book Chapter
Herring, L. (2022). Transnational filmmaker, fanboy-auteur: screening Nolan’s Inception in China. In C. Parkinson, & I. Labrouillere (Eds.), A Critical Companion to Christopher Nolan. Lexington Books

Since the release of Batman Begins (2005) in China, Christopher Nolan’s films have performed increasingly well in the Chinese film market. As the world’s fastest growing film market, China has become the primary export destination for Hollywood films... Read More about Transnational filmmaker, fanboy-auteur: screening Nolan’s Inception in China.