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Angelaki, Vicky (2019) Theatre & environment. Theatre &. Palgrave Macmillan/Red Globe Press, pp90. ISBN 9781137609830

Angelaki, Vicky (2019) Performing migration in Vienna: the Volkstheater Trilogy. Performing Ethos, 9 (1). pp. 9-22. ISSN 1757-1987 doi:


Bartley, Sarah (2019) Gendering welfare: acts of reproductive labour in applied performance practice. Contemporary Theatre Review, 29 (3). pp. 305-319. ISSN 1477-2264 doi:

Bignell, Jonathan (2019) “Do you really enjoy the modern play?”: Beckett on commercial television. In: Stewart, Paul and Pattie, David (eds.) Pop Beckett: Intersections with Popular Culture. Samuel Beckett in Company, 7. Ibidem, Stuttgart, pp. 63-84. ISBN 9783838211930

Bignell, Jonathan (2019) Meta-commentary and mythology: "Episodes" as a performance of transatlantic TV. In: Hills, Matt, Hilmes, Michele and Pearson, Roberta (eds.) Transatlantic Television Drama: Industries, Programs and Fans. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 163-180. ISBN 9780190663124

Bignell, Jonathan (2019) Performing the identity of the medium: adaptation and television historiography. Adaptation, 12 (2). pp. 149-164. ISSN 1755-0645 doi:

Bignell, Jonathan (2019) The performing lives of things: animals, puppets, models and effects. In: Walters, James and Donaldson, Lucy Fife (eds.) Television Performance. Red Globe Press, London, pp. 43-60. ISBN 9781137608192

Butler, Alison (2019) Displacements: reading space and time in moving image installations. Close Readings. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp178. ISBN 9783030304607

Butler, Alison (2019) Devouring images: Hélio Oiticica’s anthropophagic quasi-cinema. Screen, 60 (1). pp. 128-136. ISSN 1460-2474 doi:


Cassidy, Gary and Knox, Simone (2019) An actor diversifies: a diachronic examination of the work and career of Tony Curran. In: Fife Donaldson, Lucy and Walters, James (eds.) Television Performance. Red Globe Press, London, pp. 168-187. ISBN 9781137608192

Chamarette, Jenny ORCID logoORCID: (2019) Ageless: Akerman’s avatars'. In: Schmid, Marion and Wilson, Emma (eds.) Chantal Akerman: Afterlives. MHRA/Legenda, Oxford, pp. 54-65. ISBN 9781781886397 doi:


Elduque Busquets, Albert (2019) Between film and photography: the bubble of blood in 'The Family of Disorder'. Screen, 60 (1). pp. 148-159. ISSN 1460-2474 doi:


Gibbs, John (2019) Interviews: Ian Cameron, V.F. Perkins, Charles Barr, Alan Lovell. Movie: A Journal of Film Criticism (8). pp. 38-71. ISSN 2047-1661

Gibbs, John ORCID logoORCID: (2019) New approaches to film history. [Project] (Collection)

Gibbs, John (2019) ‘Say, have you seen the Carioca?’: an experiment in non-linear, non-hierarchical approaches to film history. Movie: A Journal of Film Criticism, 8. ISSN 2047-1661


Knox, Simone (2019) Representations of British Chinese identities and British television drama: mapping the field. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 16 (2). pp. 125-145. ISSN 1755-1714 doi:

Knox, Simone (2019) The unwitting pioneer of transatlantic format adaptation: Beryl Vertue. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 39 (2). pp. 341-365. ISSN 0143-9685 doi:

Knox, Simone and Cassidy, Gary (2019) Game of Thrones: investigating British acting. In: Hills, Matt, Hilmes, Michele and Pearson, Roberta (eds.) Transatlantic Television Drama: Industries, Programs and Fans. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 181-202. ISBN 9780190663124

Knox, Simone and Schwind, Kai Hanno (2019) Friends: a reading of the sitcom. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783030254285 doi:


Lees, Dominic (2019) Improvisation as a research methodology: Exploring links between filmmakers’ practice and traditions of enquiry across the academy. Media Practice and Education, 20 (2). pp. 134-146. ISSN 2574-1136 doi:

Lees, Dominic (2019) Many ways of directing a film: teaching the ‘modes of creative practice’. In: Mourao, Maria Dora, Semerdjiev, Stanislav, Mello, Cecilia and Taylor, Alan (eds.) The 21st Century Film, TV and Media School Book – Volume 2: Directing the future. CILECT - the International Association of Film and Television Schools, Sofia, pp. 28-39. ISBN 9786197358087

Lees, Dominic (2019) Modes of Creative Practice in the directing of independent fiction films. PhD thesis, University of Reading. doi:


Murjas, Teresa (2019) Between. [Performance]

Murjas, Teresa (2019) I, Sheep. [Show/Exhibition]

Murjas, Teresa (2019) Peeling onions with Granny: on being moved to collaborate. Performing Ethos, 9 (1). pp. 37-53. ISSN 1757-1987 doi:


Nagib, Lúcia and Solomon, Stefan, eds. (2019) Intermediality in Brazilian cinema: the case of Tropicália. Screen, 60 (1). Oxford Academic. doi:

Nagib, Lucia (2019) Multimedia identities: an analysis of How Tasty Was My Little Frenchman. Screen, 60 (1). pp. 160-171. ISSN 1460-2474 doi:

Nagib, Lucia and Paiva, Samuel (2019) Passages - travelling in and out of film through Brazilian geography. [Video]


O'Brien, Adam (2019) Energy and eventhood: the infrastructural set piece. Journal of Aesthetics & Culture, 11 (1). 1697551. ISSN 2000-4214 doi:


Petruska, Karen and Woods, Faye (2019) Traveling without a passport: ‘Original’ streaming content in the transatlantic distribution ecosystem. In: Hilmes, Michele, Hills, Matt and Pearson, Roberta (eds.) Transatlantic Television Drama: Industries, Programs and Fans. Oxford University Press, pp. 49-68. ISBN 9780190663124 doi:

Purse, Lisa (2019) Square-jawed strength: gender and resilience in the female astronaut film. Science Fiction Film and Television, 12 (1). pp. 53-72. ISSN 1754-3770

Purse, Lisa (2019) The new dominance: action-fantasy hybrids and the new superhero in 2000s action cinema. In: Kendrick, James (ed.) A Companion to the Action Film. Wiley Blackwell, Chichester, West Sussex, pp. 55-73. ISBN 9781119100492 doi:

Purse, Lisa and Palmer, Lorrie, eds. (2019) When the astronaut is a woman. Science Fiction Film and Television (Special Issue), 12 (1). Liverpool University Press.


Reid, Trish (2019) The dystopian near-future in contemporary British drama. Journal of Contemporary Drama in English, 7 (1). pp. 72-88. ISSN 2195-0156 doi:


Sexton, Max and Lees, Dominic (2019) Fargo: seeing the significance of style in television poetics? Critical Studies in Television: The International Journal of Television Studies, 14 (3). pp. 343-361. ISSN 1749-6020 doi:


Tyler, Lucy (2019) “Responding to the thing that it is”: a study of new play development in English theatres. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 39 (1). pp. 38-53. ISSN 1468-2761 doi:


Woods, Faye (2019) Too close for comfort: direct address and the affective pull of the confessional comic woman in Chewing Gum and Fleabag. Communication, Culture and Critique, 12 (2). pp. 194-212. ISSN 1753-9129 doi:

Woods, Faye (2019) Wainwright’s West Yorkshire: affect and landscape in the television drama of Sally Wainwright. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 16 (3). pp. 346-366. ISSN 1755-1714 doi:

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