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Exegesis and Authorial Agency through Judeo-Christian Iconography in Japanese anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-97) as an Open Work (2024)
Journal Article
Selles de Lucas, V., & Hernandez Perez, M. (in press). Exegesis and Authorial Agency through Judeo-Christian Iconography in Japanese anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-97) as an Open Work. Imafronte,

Exegesis is a common practice when discussing religious texts. It has also been employed in the analysis of cultural production to elucidate the author's intentions. Japanese animation (anime) is a transnational industry with cases such as Neon Genes... Read More about Exegesis and Authorial Agency through Judeo-Christian Iconography in Japanese anime: Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-97) as an Open Work.

Human Aquarium - Deep Water (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Robinson, A. (2023). Human Aquarium - Deep Water. [Installation, Digital Projection]. Exhibited at Media City, University of Salford. 7 December 2023 - 10 December 2023. (Unpublished)

A thought-provoking immersive installation reflecting on the effect of climate change and pollution on the Oceans and Waterways of the world. The Deep Water installation centres on a projection-mapped Origami Boat exploring the theme of Climate Refug... Read More about Human Aquarium - Deep Water.

The Making of All That Is Buried: Dialog, Chronotope and Decoloniality (2023)
Journal Article
Tracey, M., Stanton-Sharma, S., Nivesjo, S., Barnes, E., & Munslow Ong, J. (2023). The Making of All That Is Buried: Dialog, Chronotope and Decoloniality. Journal of Media Practice, https://doi.org/10.1080/25741136.2023.2289095

This article argues for the utility of Mikhail Bakhtin’s literary theories in developing dialogic and decolonial filmmaking practices. Using the example of our research-led documentary film, All That Is Buried, we challenge traditionally hierarchical... Read More about The Making of All That Is Buried: Dialog, Chronotope and Decoloniality.

Scoring the Unseen: Composition Film Music for Radio Drama (2023)
Book Chapter
Williams, A. (in press). Scoring the Unseen: Composition Film Music for Radio Drama. In P. Verhulst, & J. Mildorf (Eds.), Word, Sound and Music in Radio Drama. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers

This book chapter, part of the volume Word, Sound and Music in Radio Drama, describes the process of writing an orchestral score for a BBC Radio drama (The Kraken Wakes, Savvy Productions/ BBC, 2015) designed to be performed live alongside the actors... Read More about Scoring the Unseen: Composition Film Music for Radio Drama.

Reflective reels-student perspectives of using reflection. Reflective reels- the impact of embedding reflection into film and television production management training (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Beedles, P. (2023, November). Reflective reels-student perspectives of using reflection. Reflective reels- the impact of embedding reflection into film and television production management training. Paper presented at Teaching Beyond the Curriculum – Focus on Pedagogy 2023, Glasgow School of Art

While the origins of training for the creative industries are grounded in work-based apprenticeships, entry-level knowledge about television production is increasingly delivered in a university setting. This study asserts that what is often missing f... Read More about Reflective reels-student perspectives of using reflection. Reflective reels- the impact of embedding reflection into film and television production management training.

Nice to meet you (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Fletcher, B. (2005). Nice to meet you. [Photograph / Press release]. 15 October 2023 - 12 November 2005. (Unpublished)

Turning : selected poems 1995-2020 (2023)
Book
Thurston, S. (2023). Turning : selected poems 1995-2020. Shearsman Books

A selected poems volume covering 25 years of work

Telematic dreaming at 'borderless reality' (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Sermon, P. Telematic dreaming at 'borderless reality'. [Telematic Art Installation]. 13 October 2023 - 12 November 2010. (Unpublished)

Paul Sermon exhibits Telematic Dreaming at the Nabi Art Centre in Seoul for the Borderless Reality Exhibition. Telematic Dreaming turns a bed into the support of high-resolution images that might show a partner, intimately alive although being thousa... Read More about Telematic dreaming at 'borderless reality'.

It is for pleasure, not for my English: Insights into Indonesian adolescent online story readers (2023)
Journal Article
Setia Sari, W., Faruk, K., & Hurley, U. (2023). It is for pleasure, not for my English: Insights into Indonesian adolescent online story readers. #Journal not on list, 13(2), 430-442. https://doi.org/10.17509/ijal.v13i2.63076

Reading motivation has been extensively studied in online reading settings. However, not much is known about what makes people want to read fiction online, especially in a foreign-language setting. As part of the growth of digital literature and cybe... Read More about It is for pleasure, not for my English: Insights into Indonesian adolescent online story readers.

Michaela Coel’s Chewing Gum: Redefining ‘Unruliness’ in London’s East End (2023)
Book Chapter
Minor, L. (2023). Michaela Coel’s Chewing Gum: Redefining ‘Unruliness’ in London’s East End. In M. Irwin, & J. Marshall (Eds.), UK and Irish Television Comedy: Nation, Region and Identity. Palgrave Macmillan

This chapter explores Michaela Coel and her original TV sitcom Chewing Gum (E4, 2015-) through two key concepts: 'unruliness' (Rowe, 1995) and 'intersectionality'. The argument established initially by Kathleen Rowe - that female comic performance is... Read More about Michaela Coel’s Chewing Gum: Redefining ‘Unruliness’ in London’s East End.

'Limmy-nality':21st Century Glaswegian Scottish-ness in the comedy of Brian 'Limmy' Limmond (2023)
Book Chapter
Wilkie, I. (2023). 'Limmy-nality':21st Century Glaswegian Scottish-ness in the comedy of Brian 'Limmy' Limmond. In UK and Irish TV Comedy Collection. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-23629-7

The global Covid-19 pandemic of 2020-2021 has made the production and dissemination of the comic work of Scottish comedian Brian ‘Limmy’ Limmond (b. Glasgow, 1974) seem innovative to the point of being prophetic. As an established Scottish comic aute... Read More about 'Limmy-nality':21st Century Glaswegian Scottish-ness in the comedy of Brian 'Limmy' Limmond.

Mirror on the screen (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Sermon, P., & Gould, C. Mirror on the screen. [Interactive installation]. 5 September 2023 - 30 October 2012. (Unpublished)

This installation allows the Gallery visitor and their ‘second life’ virtual avatar to confront each other and coexist in the same enchanted forest environment in a live interactive public video installation. Simply stand in front of the video screen... Read More about Mirror on the screen.

Nested Cinematic Reality: cinema as a connected multi-media immersive experience for the living room of the future (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Prokopic, P. (2023, September). Nested Cinematic Reality: cinema as a connected multi-media immersive experience for the living room of the future. Paper presented at MeCCSA Conference, Glasgow Caledonian University

Nested Cinematic Reality (NCR) is a practice-as-research project based on a novel concept for the presentation and consumption of cinematic content, which combines an atmospheric interior space (with IoT features), a virtual space in a VR headset, an... Read More about Nested Cinematic Reality: cinema as a connected multi-media immersive experience for the living room of the future.

Time and tide (2023)
Exhibition / Performance
Giles, L. (2002). Time and tide. [Photos / news articles]. 1 September 2023 - 31 December 2002. (Unpublished)

An evidence based approach to re-engaging students by re-framing support for success (2023)
Journal Article
Power, J., Griffiths, A., & Jones-Devitt, S. (in press). An evidence based approach to re-engaging students by re-framing support for success. Innovative practice in higher education, 6(1), 1-26

Improving student retention and engagement is a high priority for the sector. This study presents an approach adopted within a large Academic School to re-engage students who might otherwise have been withdrawn from the system. The work presented con... Read More about An evidence based approach to re-engaging students by re-framing support for success.