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  1. PART 1: THEORISING AUDIENCES AND SPECTATORSHIP 37 items
    1. Week 1: Introduction 3 items
      1. Key Reading 1 item
      2. Additional Key Reading 2 items
        1. Narrative, apparatus, ideology: a film theory reader - Philip T. Rosen 1986

          Book Essential See: Metz,C. (1986) ‘The imaginary signifier [excerpts]

    2. Week 2: Thinking About Early Cinema Audiences (DA) 10 items
      1. Key Reading 2 items
        1. Early cinema: space-frame-narrative - Thomas Elsaesser, Adam Barker 1990

          Book Essential See: Gunning, T. (1990) “The Cinema of Attractions”, pp. 56-66. Available via Online Resource Button.

      2. Other Reading 5 items
        1. Babel and Babylon: spectatorship in American silent film - Miriam Hansen, American Council of Learned Societies c1991 (electronic resource)

          Book Further

        2. The language of new media - Lev Manovich, American Council of Learned Societies 2002 (electronic resource)

          Book Further See: pp. 21-48

        3. Screen traffic: movies, multiplexes, and global culture - Charles R. Acland, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2003

          Book Further See: Acland, C. ‘Travelling Cultures, Mutating Commodities’

      3. Other Viewing 3 items
        1. BEFORE THE NICKELODEON 28/8/2015

          Audio-visual document Further

        2. R.W. Paul: the collected films, 1895-1908 - R. W. Paul, Ian Christie, Caroline Millar, Stephen Horne 2006

          Audio-visual document Further

    3. Week 3: Introduction to TV Audiences (DA) 8 items
      1. Key reading 1 item
        1. The cultural studies reader - Simon During 2007

          Book Essential See: Hall, S. (1999) ‘Stuart Hall: Encoding Decoding’, Chapter 34, pp. 477-487, available via Online resource button.

      2. Additional key reading 1 item
        1. Television, audiences and cultural studies - David Morley, Dawson Books 1992 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended See: Morley, D. (1992) ‘The Gendered Framework of Family Viewing’

      3. Other reading 6 items
        1. Living room wars: rethinking media audiences for a postmodern world - Ien Ang, Dawson Books 1996 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

        2. The audience studies reader - Will Brooker, Deborah Jermyn 2002

          Book Recommended

        3. Visible fictions: cinema : television : video - John Ellis, Ebooks Corporation Limited 1992

          Book Recommended See: Ellis, J. (1982) “The Broadcast TV Viewer”

        4. Television, audiences and cultural studies - David Morley, Dawson Books 1992 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended See: Morley, D. (1992) “Interpreting Television: The Nationwide Audience” and “The ‘Nationwide’ Audience: A Critical Postscript”

        5. Remote control: television, audiences, and cultural power - Ellen Seiter, Universität Tübingen. Abteilung für Amerikanistik 1989

          Book Recommended

        6. Watching television audiences: cultural theories and methods - John Tulloch 2000

          Book Recommended

    4. Week 4: Fandom, Participatory Culture and New Media (BB) 9 items
      1. Key reading 2 items
        1. INVITING AUDIENCES IN - Derek Johnson 04/2007

          Article Essential

      2. Other reading 7 items
        1. Fans, bloggers, and gamers: exploring participatory culture - Henry Jenkins, American Council of Learned Societies c2006 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

        2. Textual poachers: television fans and participatory culture - Henry Jenkins, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2015

          Book Recommended

        3. Understanding fandom: an introduction to the study of media fan culture - Mark Duffett 2013

          Book Recommended

        4. Fan cultures - Matt Hills, Dawson Books 2002 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

        5. Television as digital media - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2011

          Book Recommended

    5. Week 5: Film Audiences and the Gaze (DA) 7 items
      1. Key reading 1 item
      2. Other reading 6 items
        1. Introduction to film studies - Jill Nelmes c2012

          Book Recommended See: Nelmes, J. (1996) “Women and Film”

        2. Women's studies and culture: a feminist introduction - Rosemarie Buikema, Anneke Smelik 1995

          Book Recommended See: Smelik, A. (1995) “What Meets the Eye: Feminist Film Studies”

        3. Don't Look Now - R. Dyer 01/09/1982

          Article Recommended

        4. Masculinity as Spectacle - S. Neale 01/11/1983

          Article Recommended

        5. Star gazing: Hollywood cinema and female spectatorship - Jackie Stacey, Ebooks Corporation Limited 1994

          Book Recommended See: Stacey, J. (1994) “From the Male Gaze to the Female Spectator”

  2. PART 2: THEORISING IDENTITY 33 items
    1. Week 7: Transnational Identities on Film (DA) 7 items
      1. Key reading 2 items
        1. The cinema of Iciar Bollaín - Isabel Santaolalla 2012

          Book Essential See: Santaolalla, I. (2012), ‘También la lluvia (2010, Spain, Mexico, France): El Dorado burning’, pp. 199-221. Available via Online Resource Button.

        2. World cinemas, transnational perspectives - Nataša Ďurovičová, Kathleen Newman, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2010 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential See: Hjort, M. (2010) ‘On the plurality of cinematic transnationalism’, pp. 13-33

      2. Other reading 5 items
        1. Cinema and nation - Ebooks Corporation Limited 2000

          Book Recommended See: Hayward, S. (2000), ‘Framing National Cinemas’, pp. 88-102

        2. Transnational cinema: the film reader - Elizabeth Ezra, Terry Rowden 2006

          Book Recommended

    2. Week 8: Intersectionality (DA) 4 items
      1. Key reading 1 item
        1. Intersectionality - Patricia Hill Collins, Sirma Bilge 2016

          Book Essential See: Hill Collins, P. (2016) ‘What is Intersectionality?, pp. 1-30

      2. Other reading 3 items
        1. Intersectionality - Patricia Hill Collins, Sirma Bilge 2016

          Book Recommended

        2. Reel to real: race, sex, and class at the movies - bell hooks 2008

          Book Recommended

    3. WEEK 9: Post-colonial perspectives (BB) 9 items
      1. Key reading 1 item
        1. Visual difference: postcolonial studies and intercultural cinema - Elizabeth Heffelfinger, Laura Wright c2011

          Book Essential See: Heffelfinger, E. and Wright, L. (2005) “’This is Africa,’ or How Leonardo Dicaprio Imagines Sierra Leone” , pp. 21-41. Available via Online Resource Button.

      2. Other reading 8 items
        1. Colonialism, Racism and Representation - R. Stam, L. Spence 01/03/1983

          Article Recommended

        2. Postcolonial cinema studies - Sandra Ponzanesi, Marguerite R. Waller 2012

          Book Recommended

        3. Key concepts in post-colonial studies - Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, Helen Tiffin 1998

          Book Recommended

        4. Post-colonial cultures in France - Alec G. Hargreaves, Mark McKinney 1997

          Book Recommended See: Tarr, C. (1997) “French Cinema and Postcolonial Minorities”

        5. Orientalism - Edward W. Said 2003

          Book 

    4. Week 10: Theorising Affect and Sensation (BB) 13 items
      1. Key reading 1 item
        1. The tactile eye: touch and the cinematic experience - Jennifer M. Barker, American Council of Learned Societies c2009 (electronic resource)

          Book Essential See: Barker, J. (2009). ‘Introduction: Eye Contact’ , pp. 1-22

      2. Other reading 3 items
        1. The affect theory reader - Gregory J. Seigworth, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2010

          Book Recommended

        2. The skin of the film: intercultural cinema, embodiment, and the senses - Laura U. Marks, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2000 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

        3. Carnal thoughts: embodiment and moving image culture - Vivian Carol Sobchack, American Council of Learned Societies c2004 (electronic resource)

          Book Recommended

      3. Week 11: Post-Cinematic Theory (BB) 9 items
        1. Key reading 2 items
          1. The virtual life of film - David Norman Rodowick, American Council of Learned Societies c2007 (electronic resource)

            Book Essential See: Rodowick, D. N. (2007). ‘A New Landscape'

          2. Post cinematic affect - Steven Shaviro, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2010 (electronic resource)

            Book Essential See: Shaviro, S. (2010). ‘Southland Tales’ , pp. 64-92

        2. Other reading 7 items
          1. Post cinematic affect - Steven Shaviro, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2010 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended

          2. The language of new media - Lev Manovich, American Council of Learned Societies 2002 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended

          3. The video game theory reader - Mark J. P. Wolf, Bernard Perron, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2003 (electronic resource)

            Book Recommended See: Rehak, B. (2003). ‘Playing at Being: Psychoanalysis and the Avatar, pp. 103-128

          4. Replay: the history of video games - Tristan Donovan 2010

            Book Recommended

          5. The medium of the video game - Mark J. P. Wolf c2001

            Book Recommended

          6. An introduction to game studies: games in culture - Frans Mäyrä 2008

            Book Recommended

          7. The art of failure: an essay on the pain of playing video games - Jesper Juul, Dawson Books 2013

            Book Recommended See: Juul, J. (2013) ‘Introduction: The Paradox of Failure’ , pp. 1-33

  3. EXTENDED BIBLIOGRAPHY 63 items
    1. General Film Theory 10 items
      1. Spectatorship: the power of looking on - Michele Aaron 2006

        Book Further

      2. Contemporary film theory - Antony Easthope 1993

        Book Further

      3. Narrative, apparatus, ideology: a film theory reader - Philip T. Rosen 1986

        Book Further

      4. Film theory: an introduction - Robert Stam c2000

        Book Further

      5. Film and theory: an anthology - Robert Stam, Toby Miller 2000

        Book Further

      6. Film theory and criticism: introductory readings - Leo Braudy, Marshall Cohen 2009

        Book Further

      7. The cinema book - Pam Cook, Mieke Bernink, British Film Institute 1999

        Book Further

      8. The Oxford guide to film studies - John Hill, Pamela Church Gibson c1998

        Book Further

      9. Introduction to film studies - Jill Nelmes c2012

        Book Further

      10. The film studies reader - Joanne Hollows, Peter Hutchings, Mark Jancovich 2000

        Book Further

    2. Stereotyping 5 items
      1. The cinema of isolation: a history of physical disability in the movies - Martin F. Norden c1994

        Book Further

      2. Ideology and cultural production - Michèle Barrett, British Sociological Association 1979

        Book Further See: Perkins, T.E. (1979) “Rethinking Stereotypes”

      3. The celluloid closet: homosexuality in the movies - Vito Russo c1987

        Book Further

    3. Feminism & Film 7 items
      1. Multiple voices in feminist film criticism - Diane Carson, Linda Dittmar, Janice R. Welsch c1994

        Book Further

      2. Feminism and film - E. Ann Kaplan 2000

        Book Further

      3. Feminism and film theory - Constance Penley, British Film Institute 1988

        Book Further

      4. Feminism at the movies: understanding gender in contemporary popular cinema - Hilary Radner, Rebecca Stringer 2011

        Book Further

      5. Passionate detachments: an introduction to feminist film theory - Sue Thornham 1997

        Book Further

      6. Feminist film theory: a reader - Sue Thornham c1999

        Book Further

      7. Camera obscura - Duke University Press, Project MUSE., Thomson Gale (Firm) (electronic resource)

        Journal Further a very useful source for feminist writing on film

    4. Masculinity & Film 9 items
      1. Screening the male: exploring masculinities in Hollywood cinema - Steven Cohan, Ina Rae Hark, Ebooks Corporation Limited 1992 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      2. White - Richard Dyer 1997

        Book Further See: Chapter 4: “The White Man’s Muscles”

      3. What a man's gotta do: the masculine myth in popular culture - Antony Easthope, ebrary, Inc 1990 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      4. Shadows of doubt: negotiations of masculinity in American genre films - Barry Keith Grant c2010

        Book Further

      5. Hard bodies: Hollywood masculinity in the Reagan era - Susan Jeffords c1994

        Book Further

      6. The trouble with men: masculinities in European and Hollywood cinema - Phil Powrie, Ann Davies, Bruce Babington 2004

        Book Further

      7. Extra-ordinary men: white heterosexual masculinity in contemporary popular cinema - Nicola Rehling c2009

        Book Further

      8. Spectacular bodies: gender, genre, and the action cinema - Yvonne Tasker 1993

        Book Further

    5. Race & Film 4 items
      1. White - Richard Dyer 1997

        Book Further

      2. Reel to real: race, sex, and class at the movies - bell hooks 2008

        Book Further

      3. Unthinking Eurocentrism: multiculturalism and the media - Ella Shohat, Robert Stam, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2014

        Book Further

      4. Colonialism, Racism and Representation - R. Stam, L. Spence 01/03/1983

        Article Further

    6. Queer(ing) Film & Television 4 items
      1. New queer cinema: a critical reader - Michele Aaron c2004

        Book Further See: Part 4: Watching New Queer Cinema

      2. Queer cinema: the film reader - Harry M. Benshoff, Sean Griffin 2004

        Book Further See: Part 4: “Reception”

      3. Out in culture: gay, lesbian, and queer essays on popular culture - Corey K. Creekmur, Alexander Doty 1995

        Book Further

      4. The fruit machine: twenty years of writings on queer cinema - Thomas Waugh 2000

        Book Further

    7. Situating audiences for film & television 19 items
      1. Screen traffic: movies, multiplexes, and global culture - Charles R. Acland, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2003

        Book Further

      2. Black women as cultural readers - Jacqueline Bobo c1995

        Book Further

      3. Cinema and cultural modernity - Gill Branston 2000

        Book Further

      4. Seeing in the dark: a compendium of cinemagoing - Ian Breakwell, Paul Hammond 1990

        Book Further

      5. The audience studies reader - Will Brooker, Deborah Jermyn 2002

        Book Further

      6. Hollywood in the neighborhood: historical case studies of local moviegoing - Kathryn H. Fuller-Seeley, American Council of Learned Societies c2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      7. Television, ethnicity and cultural change - Marie Gillespie c1995

        Book Further

      8. Babel and Babylon: spectatorship in American silent film - Miriam Hansen, American Council of Learned Societies c1991 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      9. The place of the audience: cultural geographies of film consumption - Mark Jancovich, Lucy Faire, Sarah Stubbings 2003

        Book Further

      10. Television, audiences and cultural studies - David Morley, Dawson Books 1992 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      11. Critical readings: media and audiences - Virginia Nightingale, Karen Ross 2003

        Book Further

      12. Media and audiences: new perspectives - Karen Ross, Virginia Nightingale 2003

        Book Further

      13. Remote control: television, audiences, and cultural power - Ellen Seiter, Universität Tübingen. Abteilung für Amerikanistik 1989

        Book Further

      14. Star gazing: Hollywood cinema and female spectatorship - Jackie Stacey, Ebooks Corporation Limited 1994

        Book Further

      15. Watching television audiences: cultural theories and methods - John Tulloch 2000

        Book Further

    8. Sensation and affect 5 items
      1. Invoking Affect - Clare Hemmings 09/2005

        Article Further

      2. The skin of the film: intercultural cinema, embodiment, and the senses - Laura U. Marks, Ebooks Corporation Limited 2000 (electronic resource)

        Book Further

      3. Commentary And Criticism - Imogen Tyler, Rebecca Coleman, Debra Ferreday 03/2008

        Article Further See: ‘Methodological Fatigue and the Politics of the Affective Turn, pp. 85–90.