|School||Media, Arts and Design|
|Head||Prof Rosie Thomas|
Fusari, M. 2021. Which Visual Transmission Of Knowledge For A Hawza Knowledge? in: Gleave, R. (ed.) Knowledge and Authority in Shi'i Islam: Volume 1: Clerics and the Hawza System in the Middle East London I.B. Tauris.
Pucill, S. 2020. Confessions to the Mirror Staged in an Exhibition. Cobra Museum, Amstelveen, Netherlands 13 Sep 2020 - 10 Jan 2021
Pucill, S. 2020. Jersey Premiere Screening of Confessions to the Mirror. Jersey, Channel Islands May 2020
Pucill, S. 2020. Frankfurt Screening: Confessions to the Mirror. Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt 13 Feb - 24 May 2020
Wright, A. Piecing it Together- curator and facilitator of exhibition from participatory project. St Pancras Hospital 29 Apr - 04 Jul 2016
Goddard, M. and Hogg, C. 2020. 'Introduction', Trans TV Dossier 3, Trans TV Re-evaluated (Part 2). Critical Studies in Television. 15 (3).
Goddard, M. and Hogg, C. 2020. 'Introduction', Trans TV Dossier 3, Trans TV Re-evaluated (Part 1). Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies. 15 (2), pp. 162-164. doi:10.1177/1749602020918957
Goddard, M. and Hogg, C. 2020. Trans TV Re-Evaluated, part 2. Critical Studies in Television. 15 (3).
Maziere, M. 2020. “Curating the Nomadic: Film and Video at Ambika P3.” . in: Azadeh Fatehrad (ed.) ReFocus: The Films of Sohrab Shahid-Saless: Exile, Displacement and the Stateless Moving Image Edinburgh University Press Edinburgh University Press. pp. pp. 123–130
Hogg, C. 2020. A class act: an interview with Julie Hesmondhalgh on casting, representation and inclusion in British television drama. Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies. 15 (3).
Sporton, G. 2020. Reviews: ENO's Luisa Miller/ Pure Dance, Natalia Osipova. Scene. 6 (2), pp. 177-182. doi:10.1386/scene_00017_5
Sporton, G. 2020. Reviews for Scene 2015-. Intellect.
Barnwell, J. 2020. How does the design of the Byers’ home in Stranger Things (2016-2019 Netflix) reflect notions of nostalgia for a particular space in time? in: Investigating Stranger Things: Upside Down in the World of Mainstream Cult Entertainment London Palgrave Macmillan.
Lodhi, A. and Wrigley, A. (ed.) 2020. Radio Modernisms: Features, Cultures and the BBC. London Routledge.
Shinkle, E. 2020. Of Particle Systems and Picturesque Ontologies: Landscape, Nature and Realism in Video Games. Art Journal. 79 (2), pp. 59-67. doi:10.1080/00043249.2020.1765556
Wright, A. 2020. Parallax, a story in two parts. in: Tammer el Sheikh (ed.) Entangled Bodies: Art, Identity and Intercorporeality Wilmington, USA Vernon Press. pp. 64 - 90
Barnwell, J. 2020. Paddington in Prison: How does the design of the prison in Paddington 2 (2017) reflect character and story? in: Harmes, M., Harmes, M. and Harmes, B. (ed.) The Palgrave Handbook of Incarceration in Popular Culture Australia Palgrave Macmillan.
Dominici, S. 2020. From the Proliferation of the Photographic to the Nullification of Truth: Personal and Commercial Narratives of Travel in Britain, 1890s-1930s. Image [&] Narrative. 21 (2), pp. 26-43.
Sprio, Margherita 2020. Carol White: The Bardot of Battersea. in: Petrie, D., Williams, M. and Mayne, L. (ed.) Sixties British Cinema Reconsidered Edinburgh University Press. pp. 47-62
Goddard, M. 2020. Genealogies of Immersive Media and Virtual Reality (VR) as Practical Aesthetic Machines. in: Herzogenrath, B. (ed.) Practical Aesthetics New York; London Bloomsbury Academic.
Goddard, M. 2020. ‘This is Radio Clash’: 1st Generation Punk as Radical Media Ecology and Communicational Noise. in: McKay, G. and Arnold, G. (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Punk Rock New York Oxford University Press.
Thomas, R. 2020. Alibaba’s Open Sesame: Unravelling the Islamicate in Oriental Fantasy Films. in: Bhaskar, I. and Allen, R. (ed.) Bollywood’s Islamicate Cinemas: Idioms, Cultures, Histories London and Delhi Intellect Books and Orient Blackswan.
Thomas, R. 2020. She’s Everything That’s Unpardonable: Hema Malini, Dream Girl on a Motorbike. in: Lawrence, M. (ed.) Indian Film Stars: New Critical Perspectives London BFI/Bloomsbury.
Fusari, M. 2020. Aesthetics as Storytelling. Bristol Intellect.
Wyver, J., Wrigley, A. (ed.) 2020. Screen Plays: Theatre Plays on British Television. Manchester Manchester University Press.
Sprio, Margherita 2020. Women in the Frame: Feminist Intimacies on the British Screen . London, UK Bloomsbury Academic.
Pucill, S. 2020. A Dialogue with Claude Cahun: Between Photography and Film in Magic Mirror and Confessions to the Mirror. in: Schmid, M. and Knowles, K. (ed.) Cinematic Intermedialities Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press.
Pucill, S. 2019. Ottawa Art Gallery Screening: Confessions to the Mirror. Ottawa Municipal Art Gallery 14 Sep 2019 - 09 Feb 2020
Sprecher, Danielle and Groves, Andrew 2019. Invisible Men: An Anthology from the Westminster Menswear Archive . Ambika P3, London 24 Oct - 24 Nov 2019
White, N. Tiny Love Songs (All our futures are scalable). Holland
Ingawanij, M.A. 2019. Animistic Apparatus screening programme: Landscape of Spirits . Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival 19 - 22 Sep 2019
Ingawanij, M.A. 2019. Animistic Apparatus @ Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival . Berwick Film and Media Arts Festival 19 - 22 Sep 2019
Wright, A. Object Stories.
Pucill, S. 2019. Garden Self Portraits after Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore. Ottawa Municipal Art Gallery 14 Sep 2019 - 09 Feb 2020
Cummings, P. 2019. Ornamental Chronology. Istanbul
Wright, A. 2019. Hybrid Minds, Hybrid Bodies. Concordia University Gallery, Montreal 07 - 09 Aug 2019
Cumberland, S. 2019. Dog with Four Rifles. Edinburgh College of Art 25 Jul - 25 Aug 2019
Dawood, S. 2019. Leviathan. Bluecoat, Liverpool 06 Jul - 13 Oct 2019
Cummings, P. 2019. An Ugly Aside. Warwickshire
Wyver, J. RSC Live from Stratford-upon-Avon. Stratford-upon-Avon