- (2007). eXistenZ and the Spectre of Gender in the Cyber-Generation. New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film 5(2), 99-114.
- (2013) 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.
- (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.,
- (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,
- (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.,
- (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,
- (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,
- (2007). “Just as You Are”: Transformations and Simulations in Romantic Comedy. Presented at Feminism and Popular Culture, FWSA, Newcastle University,
- (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
- & (2014). The Representation of Science and Scientists in Film, ’Science Café' contributor, BBC Radio 3 Wales.(2013). 'Film and Female Consciousness: Irigaray, Cinema and Thinking Women' (by Lucy Bolton). (FWSA Blog).(2013). Review of 'Fifty Shades of Feminism' (by Susie Orbach, Lisa Appignaneisi and Rachel Holmes [eds.]). (FWSA Website). : FWSA.(2009). Review of 'Tech-Noir: The Fusion of Science Fiction and Film Noir' (by Paul Meehan) . (Science Fiction Film and Television No. 2).(2009). Review of 'A Feminine Cinematics: Luce Irigaray, Women and Film' (by Carol Bainbridge). (Thirdspace: A Journal of Feminist Theory and Culture No. 8).(2008). Review of 'Beyond the Multiplex: Cinema, New Technologies, and the Home' (by Barbara Klinger) . (Science Fiction Film and Television No. 1).(2008). Review of Filmosophy (by Daniel Frampton). (New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film No. 6).