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  • Clio Barnard
      Clio Barnard
    Reader
    Clio Barnard teaches practical film-making. Her debut feature film &lsqu...
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  • Joss Marsh
    Professor Joss Marsh
    Honorary Professor
    Joss Marsh is Associate Professor of Victorian Studies at Indiana Unive...
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  • Lavinia Brydon
    Dr Lavinia Brydon
    Lecturer
    Lavinia Brydon investigates questions of space and place in film, with ...
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  • Murray Smith
    Prof. Murray Smith
    Professor
    Murray Smith directs the Aesthetics Research Group and his interests in...
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  • Tamar Jeffers McDonald
    Dr Tamar Jeffers McDonald
    Reader
    Hollywood, romantic comedy and American film history are the focus of T...
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  • Michael Grant
      Michael Grant
    Honorary Research Fellow in...
     
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  • Cecilia Sayad
    Dr Cecilia Sayad
    Senior Lecturer and Head of...
    Cecilia Sayad's current teaching and research focus on the horror genre ...
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  • Margrethe Bruun Vaage
    Dr Margrethe Bruun Vaage
    Lecturer
    Margrethe Bruun Vaage explores the emotions and morality in relation to ...
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  • Mattias Frey
    Dr Mattias Frey
    Senior Lecturer
    Mattias Frey is a specialist in film criticism, media historiography, i...
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  • Aylish Wood
    Dr Aylish Wood
    Reader
    Aylish Wood?s interests focus on digital media in cinema, animation and...
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Prof. Peter Stanfield's 'The Cool and the Crazy'

Prof. Peter Stanfield’s new book ‘Pop Fifties Cinema: The Cool and the Crazy’ has received a brilliant review from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Delivering sharp critical insights in jazzy, accessible prose, The Cool and the Crazy offers an appreciation of cinema as a 'pop' medium, unabashedly derivative, faddish, and ephemeral. By studying these long-burst bubbles of 1950s 'pop,' Stanfield reveals something new ab...

18th March 2015

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Student Prize for Feminist Scholarship (2015)

Submissions are now invited for the Student Prize for Feminist Scholarship (2015) hosted by the 'Radical Women: 50 Years of Feminism at Kent' project. Open to undergraduate and postgraduate students currently registered at the University of Kent, the competition aims to celebrate innovative student scholarship grounded in feminist theory and practice. To find out more, visit: http://www.kent.ac.uk/50/celebrate/projects/radical-women/scholarshi...

12th February 2015

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School of Arts will host 'Exploring Visual Cultures' International Summer School

OUR INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL GIVES YOU THE OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE A TASTE OF WHAT OUR ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES CAN PROVIDE. ALL OUR COURSES ARE DELIVERED BY OUR TOP-RANKING ACADEMIC SCHOOLS AND HAVE BEEN DESIGNED TO INTRODUCE YOU TO THE BEST OF WHAT KENT HAS TO OFFER.   The School of Arts is running the 'Exploring Visual Cultures' course. Exploring Visual Cultures: Art, Film & Performance 11th-24th July This ...

12th February 2015

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Dr Kathleen Loock visits the School of Arts in April

Dr Kathleen Loock from the John F. Kennedy Institute of the Freien Universität Berlin will be visiting the School of Arts on the 1st of April to lead two events:     Sound Memories: "Talker Remakes," Paratexts, and Cinematic (Self-) Historicization 2pm-4pm, Room TBC During the transition to sound and throughout the 1930s, Hollywood remade a great number of former silent hits as talkies. Remaking was an established practice by that ...

3rd February 2015

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