Items where Department is "College of Arts and Humanities > School of Creative Studies and Media" and Year is 2013

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Abrams, N. (2013) Digesting Woody: Food and Foodways in the Movies of Woody Allen. In: Woody on rye: Jewishness in the films and plays of Woody Allen. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 215-234. ISBN 978-1611684803

Abrams, N. (2013) History as Necessity in Everydayness and the Event. In: Modernist Studies Association Annual Conference, University of Sussex, Brighton, 29th August-1st September, 2013.

Abrams, N. (2013) The Kindertransp ort in Film. In: Forward from the Past: The Kindertransport from a Contemporary Perspective, German Historical Institute, London, 25th June, 2013.

Abrams, N. (2013) Kubrick’s Double: Lolita’s Hidden Heart of Jewishness. In: Jews and modern visual culture, Manchester Metropolitan University & Manchester Jewish Museum, September 8th-9th, 2013.

Abrams, N. (2013) Lolita’s Hidden Heart of Jewishness. In: Writing Jews in Contemporary Britain, Birkbeck, University of London September 11, 2013.

Abrams, N. and Cohen, N. (2013) Introduction. Jewish Film & New Media: an International Journal, 1 ((1)). pp. 1-19.


Bakir, V. (2013) Agenda-building struggles in the War on Terror: Strategies and Enunciative Modalities regarding Secrecy, SIlences and Persuasive Misdirection. In: PSA Media and Politics Group Annual Conference, Bournemouth, November 2013.

Bakir, V. (2013) Book Review: Jaques Ranciere, The Emancipated Spectator and Rod Stoneman, Chavez. Working USA: The Journal of Labor & Society, 16 (4). pp. 543-551. DOI: 10.1111/wusa.12080

Bakir, V. (2013) Researching secretive agenda-building on national security issues: some reflections from studying the torture-intelligence nexus (2001-12). In: Media & Politics Group, Liverpool University, October 2013.

Bakir, V. (2013) Sousveillance and Agenda-Building: the end of Privacy, the end of Secrecy? In: Symposium: Definitions of Privacy: A Digital Research Agenda for Wales, National Library of Wales, May 2013.

Bakir, V. (2013) Torture for Intelligence in the War on Terror: Agenda-building struggles. In: Media, War & Conflict Fifth Anniversary Conference, Royal Holloway University of London, April 2013.

Bakir, V. (2013) Torture, Intelligence and Sousveillance in the War on Terror: Agenda-Building Struggles. Ashgate. ISBN 9781472402554

Bakir, V. and McStay, A. and Feilzer, M.Y. (2013) PSST! Privacy, Security, Surveillance and Trust: developing an inter-disciplinary response to forced transparency. In: Media & Persuasive Communication inter-disciplinary seminar, Bangor University, November 2013.


Chambers, Amy Catherine (2013) Film and history : 'Planet of the Apes' as history. PhD thesis, Prifysgol Bangor University.


Ensslin, A. (2013) Playing with Rather than by the rules: Metaludicity, Allusive Fallacy, and Illusory Agency in The Path. In: Analyzing Digital Fiction (Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics). Routledge, pp. 75-93. ISBN 978-0415656153


Laurent, Xavier (2013) The impact of selective attention and action on episodic memory. PhD thesis, Prifysgol Bangor University.

Lawrence, K. (2013) Gwymon. [Performance]


McStay, A. (2013) Creativity and Advertising: Affect, Events and Process. Events and Process . Routledge. ISBN 9780415519540


Parke, Maggie (2013) Incorporating and considering fans: fan culture in event film adaptations. PhD thesis, Prifysgol Bangor University.


Taylor-Jones, K.E. (2013) Rising Sun, Divided Land: Japanese and South Korean Filmmakers. Divided Land: Japanese and South Korean Filmmakers . Wallflower Press. ISBN 978-0-231-16586-0

Taylor, K. (2013) Colonial Dreams: Landscape in Imperial Japanese Cinema. In: Film Landscapes: Cinema. Environment and Visual Culture . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-1443843720

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