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Abrams, N. (2015) Dr. Strangelove and the Final Solution’. In: British Association for Holocaust Studies Annual Conference, University of Birmingham, 21-22 July, 2015..

Abrams, N. (2015) The Future is Orange: Utopia and Dystopia in the Films of Stanley Kubrick. In: The Promised Land: Utopia and Dystopia in Contemporary British-Jewish Culture Conference, Thursday 23 July 2015, The Open University London..

Abrams, N. (2015) Hidden in Plain View: Jews and Jewishness in British Film and Television. In: Joan Goodman Lecture, The synagogue, Norwich, January 15th 2015..

Abrams, N. (2015) James Bond: A Jewish Fantasy. In: Spying on Spies: popular representations of spies and espionage Conference, 3-5 September 2015, The Shard, London.

Abrams, N. (2015) Stanley Kubrick: Midrashic Movie Maker. In: The Bible in Motion: A Handbook of the Bible and Its Reception in Film. Walter De Gruyter, pp. 665-675. ISBN 9781614515616

Abrams, N. (2015) Stanley Kubrick’s “agnostic prayer”: 2001: A Space Odyssey. In: British Association for Jewish Studies annual conference: ‘Atheism, Scepticism and Challenges to Monotheism’, 5-7 July 2015, University of Manchester.

Abrams, N. (2015) Becoming a Macho Mensch: Stanley Kubrick, Spartacus and 1950s Jewish Masculinity. Adaptation: The Journal of Literature on Screen Studies, 8 (3). pp. 283-296. DOI: 10.1093/adaptation/apv006

Abrams, N. and Owen, G. (2015) The (M)orality of Murder: Jews, Food, and Steven Spielberg’s Munich. In: A Companion to Steven Spielberg. Blackwell. (In Press)

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Bailey, Sara (2015) Take me with you. PhD thesis, Prifysgol Bangor University.

Bakir, V. (2015) Debating the Technical & Ethical Limits of Secrecy & Privacy. Project Report. Bangor University.

Bakir, V. (2015) Deceptive Organised Persuasive Communication: From Misdirection to Secretly Altering Reality to Fit the Lie you want to Telll. In: Politics and Practices of Secrecy, King's College London, May 2015.

Bakir, V. (2015) In a Veillance Society, can we resist dataveillance of our selves? In: DATA-PSST! Debating and Assessing Transparency Arrangements - Privacy, Security, Sur/Sous/Veillance, Trust, Bangor University, January 2015.

Bakir, V. (2015) Intelligence Agencies, Public Oversight Mechanisms and Accountability Demands: The Torture-intelligence Policy and the Senate Intelligence Committee’s Executive Summary (2014). In: Understanding Conflict: Research, ideas and responses to security threats, Cardiff University, June 2015.

Bakir, V. (2015) Media Agenda-Building, National Security, Trust & Forced Transparency. Project Report. Bangor University.

Bakir, V. (2015) News, Agenda Building, and Intelligence Agencies: A Systematic Review of the Field from the Discipline of Journalism, Media, and Communications. International Journal of Press/politics, 20 (2). pp. 131-144. DOI: 10.1177/1940161214566693

Bakir, V. (2015) Too much secrecy and lies ... again. In: Debating the Technical & Ethical Limits of Secrecy and Privacy, DATAPSST Seminar, University of Sheffield, March 2015.

Bakir, V. (2015) Transparency Today: Exploring the Adequacy of Sur/Sous/Veillance Theory and Practice. Project Report. Bangor University.

Bakir, V. (2015) The Veillant Panoptic Assemblage: Critically interrogating power, resistance and intelligence accountability through a case sstudy of the Snowdon Leaks. In: Data Power Conference, University of Sheffield, 23-23 June 2015.

Bakir, V. (2015) Veillant Panoptic Assemblage: Mutual Watching and Resistance to Mass Surveillance after Snowden. Media and Communication, 3 ((3)). DOI: doi:10.17645/mac.v3i3.277

Bakir, V. and McStay, A. (2015) Debating and Assessing Transparency Arrangements: Privacy, Security, Surveillance, Trust: Evaluating Perspectives on Surveillance in the Post-Snowden Leak Era. In: Digital Citizenship and Surveillance Society UK State-Media-Citizen Relations after the Snowden Leaks, Cardiff University, June 2015.

Bakir, V. and McStay, A. (2015) Forced Transparency or Equivellant Transparency, post-Snowden (or who is challenging the state’s surveillance agenda of radical transparency?). In: Media Agenda-Building, National Security, Trust & Forced Transparency, DATAPSST Seminar, Brunel University, July 2015.

Bakir, V. and Miller, D. and Robinson, P. (2015) The Ubiquity and Invisibility of Organised Persuasive Communication. In: Understanding Conflict: Research, ideas and responses to security threats, Cardiff University, June 2015.

Bird-Jones, C. and Heald, K. (2015) Trywydd. Voyage. UNSPECIFIED.

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Chambers, A.C. and Skains, R.L. (2015) Scott Pilgrim vs. the multimodal mash-up: Film as participatory narrative. Participations: International Journal of Audience Research, 12 (1). pp. 102-116.

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Ennslin, A. (2015) Discourse of Games. In: The International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction. Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN 9781118611104

Ensslin, A. (2015) Video Games as Unnatural Narratives. In: Diversity of Play. Meson Press, pp. 41-72. ISBN 9783957960757

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Fathallah, J. (2015) Statements and silence: fanfic paratexts for ASOIAF/Game of Thrones. Continuum: Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 30 (1). pp. 75-88. DOI: 10.1080/10304312.2015.1099150

Finnegan, J. (2015) Book Review: Into the Woods: A Five Act Journey Into Story. Journal of Screenwriting, 6 (2). pp. 261-263. DOI: 10.1386/josc.6.2.255_5

Finnegan, J. (2015) The Screenplay and the Spectator: Exploring Audience Identification through Narrative Structure. In: Screenwriting, Text and Performance, the 8th Screenwriting Research Network (SRN) International Conference, University of London, September 2015.

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Heald, K. (2015) Trywydd. Voyage. [Show/Exhibition]

Huxtable-Thomas, L. and Hannon, P. and Thomas, S. (2015) Using a Mixed Method 'Petri-Dish' Diagram to Determine Complex Impacts of Leadership Development in Extant Entrepreneurs. Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies (ECRM 2015). pp. 218-224.

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Intriligator, Susanne Skubik (2015) Local heritage as a participatory digital culture: the rise and fall of "Anglesey: a bridge through time" website. PhD thesis, Prigysgol Bangor University.

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Jaworska, S. and Krummes, C. and Ensslin, A. (2015) Formulaic sequences in native and non-native argumentative writing in German. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 20 (4). pp. 500-525. DOI: 10.1075/ijcl.20.4.04jaw

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Kafiris, Dina (2015) The modern writer and Parrhesia. PhD thesis, University of Wales, Bangor.

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Laurent, X. and Ensslin, A. and Mari-Beffa, P. (2015) An action to an object does not improve its episodic encoding, but removes distraction. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance., 44 (1). p. 244.

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Masso, I.C. (2015) Analysing Fascist Discourse: European Fascism in Talk and Text. Discourse studies, 17 (1). pp. 103-104. DOI: 10.1177/1461445614554147b

McStay, A. (2015) Conceiving Empathic Media and Outlining Stakeholder Interests (With Some Surprising Results). In: Data Power Conference, University of Sheffield, 23-23 June 2015.

McStay, A. (2015) Empathic media and Cultural Mediations of Transparency. In: Visible Mediations of Transparency: Changing Norms & Practices, DATA-PSST! Seminar, King's College London, September 2015.

McStay, A. (2015) Privacy as Affective Protocol. In: Debating the Technical & Ethical Limits of Secrecy and Privacy, DATAPSST Seminar, University of Sheffield, March 2015.

McStay, A. (2015) A Typology of Transpararency Today. In: DATA-PSST! Debating and Assessing Transparency Arrangements - Privacy, Security, Sur/Sous/Veillance, Trust, Bangor University, January 2015.

McStay, A. (2015) What of consent in an age of empathic media? In: The Meaningful Consent in the Digital Economy project (MCDE), Second workshop, University of Southampton, February 2015.

McStay, A. and Bakir, V. (2015) Assessing interdisciplinary academic and multistakeholder positions on transparency in the post-Snowden leak era. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 12 (3/4). pp. 25-38.

Murray, Mikey (2015) Building City: The impact of theory, creativity, and market in feature film development and practice-led film research. PhD thesis, Prifysgol Bangor University.

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Skains, L. and Chambers, A (2015) Scott Pilgrim vs. the Multimodal Mash-up: Film as Participatory Narrative. Participations, 12 (1). pp. 102-116.

Skains, R.L. (2015) The Catastrophe of Science Fiction Since 1950: The Role Reversal of Science and the Supernatural in 20th & 21st Century Narratives. In: Stories about science: exploring science communication and entertainment media A research symposium at the University of Manchester Thursday 4 and Friday 5 June 2015.

Skains, R.L. (2015) The Fragmented Digital Gaze The Effects of Multimodal Composition on Narrative Perspective. Qualitative Inquiry. DOI: 10.1177/1077800415605054 (In Press)

Skains, R.L. (2015) The Practice of Research: A Methodology for Practice-Based Exploration of Digital Writing. In: Electronic Literature Organization Conference, University of Bergen, Norway, 4-8 August 2015.

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