Prof Rosie Thomas


2022

Alibaba’s Open Sesame: Unravelling the Islamicate in Oriental Fantasy Films
Thomas, R. 2022. Alibaba’s Open Sesame: Unravelling the Islamicate in Oriental Fantasy Films. in: Bhaskar, I. and Allen, R. (ed.) Bombay Cinema's Islamicate Histories London and Delhi Intellect Books and Orient Blackswan.

2020

She’s Everything That’s Unpardonable: Hema Malini, Dream Girl on a Motorbike
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.

2013

Thieves of the Orient: the Arabian Nights in early Indian cinema
Thomas, R. 2013. Thieves of the Orient: the Arabian Nights in early Indian cinema. in: Kennedy, P.F. and Warner, M. (ed.) Scheherazade's children: global encounters with the Arabian Nights New York New York University Press. pp. 362-393

2011

Distant voices, magic knives: Lal-e-Yaman and the transition to sound in Bombay cinema
Thomas, R. 2011. Distant voices, magic knives: Lal-e-Yaman and the transition to sound in Bombay cinema. in: Dwyer, R. and Pinto, J. (ed.) Beyond the boundaries of Bollywood: the many forms of Hindi cinema Oxford Oxford University Press.

2009

MY GOD! WHAT SPEED! Miss frontier mail and the race for box-office gold
Thomas, R. 2009. MY GOD! WHAT SPEED! Miss frontier mail and the race for box-office gold. in: Gopalan, L. (ed.) The Cinema of India London Wallflower Press.

2007

Miss Frontier Mail: the film that mistook its star for a train
Thomas, R. 2007. Miss Frontier Mail: the film that mistook its star for a train. in: Narula, M., Sengupta, S., Bagchi, J. and Sundaram, R. (ed.) Sarai Reader 07: Frontiers Delhi, India Centre for the Study of Developing Societies. pp. 294-309

2005

Zimbo and son meet the girl with a gun
Thomas, R. 2005. Zimbo and son meet the girl with a gun. in: Blamey, D. and D'Souza, R. (ed.) Living pictures: perspectives on the film poster in India London, UK Open Editions. pp. 27-44

2005

Not Quite (Pearl) White: Fearless Nadia, queen of the stunts
Thomas, R. 2005. Not Quite (Pearl) White: Fearless Nadia, queen of the stunts. in: Kaur, R. and Sinha, A.J. (ed.) Bollywood: popular Indian cinema through a transnational lens London, UK Sage. pp. 35-69

1995

Melodrama and the negotiation of morality in mainstream Hindi film
Thomas, R. 1995. Melodrama and the negotiation of morality in mainstream Hindi film. in: Breckenridge, C. (ed.) Consuming modernity: public culture in a South Asian world University of Minnesota Press. pp. 157-182

2014

Bombay before Bollywood: film city fantasies
Thomas, R. 2014. Bombay before Bollywood: film city fantasies. New Delhi, India Orient BlackSwan.

2010

Still magic: an Aladdin’s cave of 1950s B-movie fantasy
Thomas, R. 2010. Still magic: an Aladdin’s cave of 1950s B-movie fantasy. Tasveer Ghar: A Digital Archive of South Asian Popular Visual Culture.

2010

A vision for screen studies in South Asia
Vasudevan, R.S., Thomas, R., Majumdar, N. and Biswas, M. 2010. A vision for screen studies in South Asia. Bioscope: South Asian Screen Studies. 1 (1), pp. 5-9. https://doi.org/10.1177/097492760900100102

2006

Indian summer, Romanian winter: a 'procession of memories' in post-communist Romania
Bradeanu, A. and Thomas, R. 2006. Indian summer, Romanian winter: a 'procession of memories' in post-communist Romania. South Asian Popular Culture. 4 (2), pp. 141-146. https://doi.org/10.1080/14746680600797129

2005

Supervising and examining practice-based PhDs in the moving image
Dowmunt, T. and Thomas, R. 2005. Supervising and examining practice-based PhDs in the moving image. Journal of Media Practice. 6 (2), pp. 121-126. https://doi.org/10.1386/jmpr.6.2.121/7

2010

Editorial: BioScope: South Asian Screen Studies
Vasudevan, R.S., Thomas, R., Majumdar, N. and Biswas, M. 2010. Editorial: BioScope: South Asian Screen Studies. Bioscope: South Asian Screen Studies. 1 (1), pp. 1-3. https://doi.org/10.1177/097492760900100101


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