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Subject: Film studies

Number of items at this level: 20.

Article

Mohamad Ali, Nazlena and Smeaton, Alan F. (2011) Exploring the usage of a video application tool: Experiences in film studies. Journal of Informatics in Education, 10 (2). pp. 163-181. ISSN 1648-5831

Brereton, Pat (2006) Nature tourism and Irish film. Irish Studies Review, 14 (4). pp. 407-420. ISSN 1469-9303

Book Section

Duffy, Brian (2010) Cosmopolitanism and patriotism in Richard Ford’s ‘Occidentals’. In: O'Donovan, Patrick and Rascaroli, Laura, (eds.) The cause of cosmopolitanism. Cultural Identity Studies, 21 . Peter Lang, Oxford, UK, pp. 71-88. ISBN 978-3-0343-0139-8

O'Connor, Barbara (2009) Colleens and comely maidens: representing and performing Irish femininity in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. In: Flannery, Eóin and Griffin, Michael, (eds.) Ireland in focus: film, photography, and popular culture. Syracuse University Press. ISBN 978-0-8156-3203-0

Ging, Debbie (2008) Goldfish memories? On seeing and hearing marginalised identities in contemporary Irish cinema. In: Faragó, Borbála and Sullivan, Moynagh, (eds.) Facing the other: interdisciplinary studies on race, gender and social justice in Ireland. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 182-203. ISBN 9781847185976

Ging, Debbie (2004) The politics of sound and image: Eisenstein, artifice and acoustic montage in contemporary feminist cinema. In: Antoine-Dunne, Jean and Quigley, Paula, (eds.) The montage principle: Eisenstein in new cultural and critical contexts. Rodopi, pp. 67-95. ISBN 978-90-420-0898-4

Conference or Workshop Item

Mohamad Ali, Nazlena and Smeaton, Alan F. (2009) Are visual informatics actually useful in practice: a study in a film studies context. In: IVIC 2009 - The 1st International Visual Informatics Conference, 11-13 November 2009, Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia. (In Press)

Sheehan, Helena (1988) Images of the 60s in the 80s: memories of social unrest in US tv series. In: International Television Studies Conference, 20-22 July 1988, Institute of Education, London, UK.

Thesis

Culloty, Eileen (2014) Embedded online: Iraq war documentaries in the online public sphere. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Canning, Laura (2014) Smart cinema as trans-generic mode: a study of industrial transgression and assimilation 1990-2005. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Furze, Robert (2011) The visceral screen: Between the cinemas of John Cassavetes and David Cronenberg, a Barthesian perspective. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Mohamad Ali, Nazlena (2009) Design, deployment and assessment of a movie archive system in a film studies context. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Uwah, Innocent Ebere (2009) From rituals to films: a case study of the visual rhetoric of Igbo culture in Nolywood films. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Rothwell, Sandra (2007) Detection and analysis of emotional highlights in film. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

O'Connell, Díóg (2005) Narrative strategies in contemporary Irish cinema: 1993-2003. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Ryan, Orla G. (2005) Overlapping montage: a comparative study of mainstream film and moving-image installations. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Fennell, Nicholas (2005) The alternative within the mainstream: a critical analysis of some recent Irish films. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.

Connolly, Maeve (2003) An archaeology of Irish cinema: Ireland's subaltern, migrant and feminist film cultures (1973-87). Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.

Condon, Denis (2000) Consensus, withdrawal, opposition: images of youth and generational conflictin feature films of the GDR. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.

Dalton, Joanne (1998) Terminology standardisation: success or failure?: a study of the terminology of cinematography. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.

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