British Literature and its Adaptation to Film

ACLS Frederick Burkhardt Fellowship

The Burkhardt Fellowships are generously supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Crime Stories: Criminality, Policing and the Press in Inter-war European and Transatlantic Perspectives

Crime Stories: Criminality, Policing and the Press in Inter-war European and Transatlantic Perspectives

Sotto mentite spoglie: l'adattamento sulle scene inglesi del Settecento (2013)

Sotto mentite spoglie: l'adattamento sulle scene inglesi del Settecento (2013)

Persuaded? The impact of changing production contexts on three adaptations of Persuasion

This chapter considers the presentation and manipulation of space within three adaptations of Persuasion (1971, 1995, 2007), and argues that the striking…

Television amongst friends: Medium, Art, Media

From a perspective inspired by analytic philosophical aesthetics, this paper disputes the commonplace practice of referring to television as a ‘medium’. It…

MIT Global Shakespeares: Open-access digital video performance archive, ed. Alexa Alice Joubin and Peter Donaldson

The MIT Global Shakespeares Video & Performance Archive is a collaborative project providing online access to performances of Shakespeare from many parts…

Smith, Greg M., Film Structure and the Emotion System

Smith, Greg M., Film Structure and the Emotion System

Lo specchio e l'ossimoro. La messinscena dell'interiorità nel teatro di Shakespeare (2012)

Lo specchio e l'ossimoro. La messinscena dell'interiorità nel teatro di Shakespeare (2012)

‘Night Hair Child’

A rarely seen oddity of British horror cinema, Night Hair Child [What the Peeper Saw] (1972), is a Spanish-set exploitation psychodrama about a 12 year old boy…
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