Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Introduction to Adapting the Nineteenth Century: Revisiting, Revising and Rewriting the Past. Journal of Neo-Victorian Studies 2(2), 1-17.
  2. eXistenZ and the Spectre of Gender in the Cyber-Generation. New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film 5(2), 99-114.

Book Chapters

  1. Towards a New Sexual Conservatism in Postfeminist Romantic Comedy. In Nadine Muller and Joel Gwynne (Ed.), Postfeminism and Contemporary Hollywood Cinema. (pp. 185-203). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Conference Contributions

  1. (2011). Feminist Revival or Patriarchal Survival? “Hard-Dicked Bitches” in Damages. Presented at The Futures of Feminism: New Directions in Feminist, Women’s and Gender Studies, FWSA, Brunel.,
  2. (2009). Adapting/Erasing the ‘Original’: Loss, Addiction and 21st Century Spectacle in Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report. Presented at 4th International Association of Adaptation Studies Conference, BFI, London,
  3. (2009). Adapting Genre/Appropriating Icons: Rewriting Romance as An Act of Survival in Jane Campion’s 'In the Cut'. Presented at Adaptations Study Day, De Montfort University, Leicester.,
  4. (2008). The Trauma of Presentation and Re-presentation of the Sublime in Branagh’s Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. Presented at Trauma and the Sublime, Swansea University,
  5. (2008). Loss, Addiction and 21st Century Spectacle in Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report. Presented at Philosophy and Film/Film and Philosophy: A Multidisciplinary Conference, UWE, Bristol,
  6. (2007). “Just as You Are”: Transformations and Simulations in Romantic Comedy. Presented at Feminism and Popular Culture, FWSA, Newcastle University,
  7. (2006). Ghosts in the Shell: eXistenZ and the Spectre of Gender in The Cyber Generation. Presented at Haunted Bodies: Gender and (Dis)Embodiment, Swansea University,

Other Research Outputs

  1. & (2014). The Representation of Science and Scientists in Film, ’Science Café' contributor, BBC Radio 3 Wales.
  2. (2013). 'Film and Female Consciousness: Irigaray, Cinema and Thinking Women' (by Lucy Bolton). (FWSA Blog).
  3. (2013). Review of 'Fifty Shades of Feminism' (by Susie Orbach, Lisa Appignaneisi and Rachel Holmes [eds.]). (FWSA Website). : FWSA.
  4. (2009). Review of 'Tech-Noir: The Fusion of Science Fiction and Film Noir' (by Paul Meehan) . (Science Fiction Film and Television No. 2).
  5. (2009). Review of 'A Feminine Cinematics: Luce Irigaray, Women and Film' (by Carol Bainbridge). (Thirdspace: A Journal of Feminist Theory and Culture No. 8).
  6. (2008). Review of 'Beyond the Multiplex: Cinema, New Technologies, and the Home' (by Barbara Klinger) . (Science Fiction Film and Television No. 1).
  7. (2008). Review of Filmosophy (by Daniel Frampton). (New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film No. 6).