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The French language: monocentric or pluricentric? Standard language ideology and attitudes towards the French language in twentieth-century language columns in Quebec (2020)
Journal Article
Walsh, O. (2020). The French language: monocentric or pluricentric? Standard language ideology and attitudes towards the French language in twentieth-century language columns in Quebec. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, https://doi.org/10.1080/01434632.2020.1839085

Quebec has a tradition of language columns, articles discussing questions related to the French language produced by a single author and published regularly in the periodical press (Remysen 2005, 270-71). This study examines the content and discourse... Read More about The French language: monocentric or pluricentric? Standard language ideology and attitudes towards the French language in twentieth-century language columns in Quebec.

Anticipating the reboot: teasing Top Gun 2 (2020)
Book Chapter
Grainge, P. (2020). Anticipating the reboot: teasing Top Gun 2. In D. Herbert, & C. Verevis (Eds.), Film reboots (205-218). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press

This chapter is about the anticipation of Top Gun: Maverick as a reboot. The focus, quite purposefully, is on the reboot before it was released or the momentum of advance marketing had begun to build. While Thomas Elsaesser has likened the arrival o... Read More about Anticipating the reboot: teasing Top Gun 2.

The queer Global South: Transnational video activism between China and Africa (2020)
Journal Article
Bao, H. (2020). The queer Global South: Transnational video activism between China and Africa. Global Media and China, 5(3), 294-318. https://doi.org/10.1177/2059436420949985

© The Author(s) 2020. In this article, I examine grassroots cinematic connections between China and Africa by using Queer University, short for the Queer University Video Capacity Building Training Program, a 3-year (2017–2019) participatory video pr... Read More about The queer Global South: Transnational video activism between China and Africa.

VRtefacts: Performative Substitutional Reality with Museum Objects (2020)
Conference Proceeding
Spence, J., Darzentas, D. P., Huang, Y., Cameron, H. R., Beestin, E., & Benford, S. (2020). VRtefacts: Performative Substitutional Reality with Museum Objects. In DIS '20: Proceedings of the 2020 ACM Designing Interactive Systems Conference. , (627-640). https://doi.org/10.1145/3357236.3395459

We explore how a combination of manipulations and transitions can extend Substitutional Reality to create a highly personal Virtual Reality experience. Our design aimed to meet two challenges faced by museums: the limitations of object handling and t... Read More about VRtefacts: Performative Substitutional Reality with Museum Objects.

Queer China: Lesbian and Gay Literature and Visual Culture under Postsocialism (2020)
Book
Bao, H. (2020). Queer China: Lesbian and Gay Literature and Visual Culture under Postsocialism. Routledge India. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003027898

This book analyses queer cultural production in contemporary China to map the broad social transformations in gender, sexuality and desire. It examines queer literature and visual cultures in China’s post-Mao and postsocialist era to show how these d... Read More about Queer China: Lesbian and Gay Literature and Visual Culture under Postsocialism.

Introducing the Slave Next Door (2019)
Journal Article
Birks, J., & Gardner, A. (2019). Introducing the Slave Next Door. Anti-Trafficking Review, 2019(13), 66-81. https://doi.org/10.14197/atr.201219135

Past studies have indicated that the British public consider human trafficking to be remote from their personal experiences. However, an increase in local press reporting, alongside the emergence of locally co-ordinated anti-modern slavery campaigns,... Read More about Introducing the Slave Next Door.

Post/documentary: referential multimodality in "Animated Documentaries" and "Documentary Games" (2019)
Journal Article
THON, J. (2019). Post/documentary: referential multimodality in "Animated Documentaries" and "Documentary Games". Poetics Today: International Journal for Theory and Analysis of Literature and Communication, 40(2), 269-297

From John Grierson’s influential early definition of documentary as “the creative treatment of actuality” through documentary studies’ reconstruction of the multitude of existing forms to philosophers’ attempts to develop comprehensive accounts of do... Read More about Post/documentary: referential multimodality in "Animated Documentaries" and "Documentary Games".

Brain-Controlled Cinema (2019)
Book Chapter
Ramchurn, R., Martindale, S., Wilson, M. L., Benford, S., & Chamberlain, A. (2019). Brain-Controlled Cinema. In A. Nijholt (Ed.), Brain Art: Brain-Computer Interfaces for Artistic Expression, 377-408. Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-14323-7_14

Colour intensities: logics of race and resistance in Jamaica (2019)
Journal Article
Wright, C. (2019). Colour intensities: logics of race and resistance in Jamaica. Philosophy Today, 62(4), 18-45

This article evaluates the gains but also the losses of the set-theoretical ontology Badiou develops in Being and Event, in order to stress the importance of the shift to a concern with appearance and difference in Logics of Worlds. It is argued that... Read More about Colour intensities: logics of race and resistance in Jamaica.

Lousy revolutionaries: fiction, feminism, and failure in Ilene Segalove's The Riot Tapes (1984) (2019)
Journal Article
Bradnock, L. (2019). Lousy revolutionaries: fiction, feminism, and failure in Ilene Segalove's The Riot Tapes (1984). Oxford Art Journal, 42(1), 69-89. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxartj/kcy031

In 1970, Ilene Segalove was a student at the University of California, Santa Barbara, during a period of violent protests against the American Vietnam War. In 1984, as Ronald Reagan was elected to his second term as US President, Segalove made a vide... Read More about Lousy revolutionaries: fiction, feminism, and failure in Ilene Segalove's The Riot Tapes (1984).

Cultural Protest in Journalism, Documentary Film and the Arts: Between Protest and Professionalisation (2019)
Book
Mutibwa, D. H. (2019). Cultural Protest in Journalism, Documentary Film and the Arts: Between Protest and Professionalisation. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Cultural Protest in Journalism, Documentary Films and the Arts: Between Protest and Professionalisation entails a comprehensive account of the history and trajectory of contemporary journalistic, (documentary) film, and arts and cultural actors roote... Read More about Cultural Protest in Journalism, Documentary Film and the Arts: Between Protest and Professionalisation.

Around the World in Action (2019)
Book Chapter
Gallagher, M. (2019). Around the World in Action. In A Companion to the Action Film, 74-96. Wiley

Ways of hearing: sound, culture and history (2018)
Book Chapter
Mansell, J. (2018). Ways of hearing: sound, culture and history. In M. Bull (Ed.), The Routledge companion to sound studies, 343-352. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Peter Gabriel: Global Citizen (2018)
Book
Hegarty, P. (2018). Peter Gabriel: Global Citizen. London: Reaktion Books

This book considers how Peter Gabriel's music, video, performance, multimedia work and political engagement amount to a shifting understanding of location and locatedness. This moves from personal, psychological, historical and mythical location to a... Read More about Peter Gabriel: Global Citizen.

Women who work: the limits of the Neoliberal feminist paradigm (2018)
Journal Article
ROTTENBERG, C. (2018). Women who work: the limits of the Neoliberal feminist paradigm. Gender, Work and Organization, doi:10.1111/gwao.12287. ISSN 0968-6673

This article examines Ivanka Trump's Women Who Work, arguing that it represents the newest permutation of the neoliberal feminist subject. After providing an overview of the recent emergence of neoliberal feminism, I explain why the book should be co... Read More about Women who work: the limits of the Neoliberal feminist paradigm.

Game Jam as Feminist Methodology: The Affective Labors of Intervention in the Ludic Economy (2018)
Journal Article
Kennedy, H. W. (2018). Game Jam as Feminist Methodology: The Affective Labors of Intervention in the Ludic Economy. Games and Culture, 13(7), 708-727. https://doi.org/10.1177/1555412018764992

© The Author(s) 2018. This article examines the evidenced and the potential impact of all-female games jams as an element within a feminist interventionist approach to improving women’s equal participation within the ludic economies of the games indu... Read More about Game Jam as Feminist Methodology: The Affective Labors of Intervention in the Ludic Economy.

Lacan's cybernetic theory of causality: repetition and the unconscious in Duncan Jones' Source Code (2018)
Book Chapter
Wright, C. (2018). Lacan's cybernetic theory of causality: repetition and the unconscious in Duncan Jones' Source Code. In S. Matviyenko, & J. Roof (Eds.), Lacan and the Posthuman, 67-88. Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-76327-9_5

This chapter explores the intersections between the fields of Lacanian psychoanalysis and theories of the posthuman. It argues that Lacan's early engagements with cybernetics and game theory prefigured many of the questions about artificial intellige... Read More about Lacan's cybernetic theory of causality: repetition and the unconscious in Duncan Jones' Source Code.

Queer Comrades: Gay Identity and Tongzhi Activism in Postsocialist China (2018)
Book
Bao, H. (2018). Queer Comrades: Gay Identity and Tongzhi Activism in Postsocialist China. Copenhagen, Denmark: Nias Press

• First book on gay identity and queer activism in the PRC examined from a cultural studies perspective. • An interdisciplinary project that combines historical and critical analysis of queer cultural texts and ethnographic studies of queer public c... Read More about Queer Comrades: Gay Identity and Tongzhi Activism in Postsocialist China.

Continuity and rupture: Levinas's temporal ethics and Gideon Koppel'ssleep furiously (2015)
Journal Article
Harries, R. (2015). Continuity and rupture: Levinas's temporal ethics and Gideon Koppel'ssleep furiously. New Review of Film and Television Studies, 13(2), 189-210. https://doi.org/10.1080/17400309.2015.1004962

This paper considers the work of Emmanuel Levinas alongside Gideon Koppel's film sleep furiously to explore the significance of temporality for the ethical potential of documentary film. Though comparatively little attention has been devoted to Levin... Read More about Continuity and rupture: Levinas's temporal ethics and Gideon Koppel'ssleep furiously.