Film Adaptation Theory

The Screenplay as Research Palimpsest

The Screenplay as Research Palimpsest

Translation and Interdisciplinarity: An Interview with Susan Bassnett (2014)

An interview with Susan Bassnett, author of TRANSLATİON STUDIES (1980) and other classic works, on the future of Translation Studies vis-a-vis adaptation studies.

Review of Mass-Market Medieval and American Smart Cinema (2013)

A review of David W. Marshall (ed.), MASS-MARKET MEDIEVAL; and J. C. Smyth, HOLLYWOOD AND THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL FILM and Claire Perkins, HOLLYWOOD SMART CINEMA

Review of ADAPTING POE by Dennis Perry (2013)

A review of an anthology of essays on adapting Poe

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…

First Days: A Reminiscence of Turkey Part 2

First Days: A Reminiscence of Turkey Part 2

Negotiating Bureaucracies and Anger Management in Education (2014)

Negotiating Bureaucracies and Anger Management in Education (2014)

Cultural Studies and Lifelong Learning (2014)

An essay published in Mustafa Pultar's A TRANSCULTURAL WANDERER: FESTSCHRIFT FOR GONUL PULTAR (2014). It focuses on the importance of how we do cultural…

Decameron Nights by Boccaccio, Remixed by Robin Brooks, BBC Radio 3

A review of BBC Radio 3's updating of Boccacio's classic Decameron cycle of stories, now available on the following link…

Rosa Parks by Bonnie Greer (1997), BBC Radio 4 Extra, 3 Jan. 2015

A biodrama of the African American woman whose refusal to give up her seat to a white person on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1955, gave new impetus to the…

Mrs. Updike by Margaret Heffernan, BBC Radio 3, 18 January 2015

A review of a biodrama of the often tempestuous relationship between American author John Updike and his mother.
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