2019 Seminar Program: Across Screens and Borders

Here you can find the program and links to podcasts from the seminars held as part of the SSSN 2019 program.

Each podcast episode features a film or media scholar presenting their cutting-edge research in the form of a short talk. The talk is followed by a Q&A session with another scholar in the field, who opens up the discussion to the audience present on the day. This podcast is made possible by the kind support of the School of the Arts & Media, UNSW Sydney.

All SSSN Events were held in Room 327, Robert Webster Building, UNSW at 5.15pm for a 5.30pm start, except those held in Woolley Common Room, University of Sydney (*), and UTS (**).

5th
March
Reading Comparatively within Neoliberal GovernmentalityCarl Reinecke
(Cambridge)
26th
March
For Mature Audiences: Sexual violence &
Australian film classification in the 1990s*
Rachel Cole 
(USyd)
16th
April
Rebuilding Women: Narrative and Identity [Re]construction
in Westworld and The Handmaid’s Tale
Amy Boyle 
(UOW)
18th
June
UNSW Screen Studies Undergraduate SymposiumFor presenters and papers please click the link
16th
July
Transition to the Japanese New Wave: From “Humanism” to a Cinema of Subjectivity*Luke Cromer 
(USyd)
6th
August
Global Cinema and The Academy’s ‘Foreign Films’Guy Webster 
(MU)
10th
September
The Movie in the Living Room: Negotiating Production
and Reception in Cinematic Television**
Dr. Chris Comerford 
(UTS)
17th
September
Aural Abstraction in Hitchcock and De PalmaDr. Bruce Isaacs
(USyd)
1st
October
Terrifying Tough-Guy: Problematising the Luti
in Fereydoun Jeyrani’s Parkway
Max Bledstein 
(UNSW)

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