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horror film and television, British cinema and television, film censorship, audience and reception studies, cult film and television, film and television comedy, memory studies, local cinemagoing histories

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  • Childhood Memories of Horror Films in the Home: Questions, Patterns and Contexts, Egan, K. 31 Jan 2022, Researching Historical Screen Audiences, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press
  • Researching Historical Screen Audiences, Egan, K., Smith, M., Terrill, J. 31 Jan 2022
  • Allowing “us just to LIVE there”: Atmosphere and Audience Evaluations of the Alien Film Series, Egan, K. 30 Sep 2021, Horror Film Franchises, London, Routledge
  • ‘The Film That’s Banned in Harrogate’: Monty Python’s Life of Brian (1979), Local Censorship, Comedy and Local Resistance, Egan, K. 2 Jan 2021, In: Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television
  • And Now for Something Completely Different: Critical Approaches to Monty Python, Egan, K., Weinstock, J. 31 Oct 2020
  • Memories of Connecting: Fathers, Daughters and Intergenerational Monty Python Fandom, Egan, K. 1 Oct 2020, And Now for Something Completely Different, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press
  • Introduction to Themed Section: Researching past cinema audiences, Egan, K., Smith, M., Terrill, J. 16 May 2019, In: Participations
  • Themed Section 3: Researching Past Cinema Audiences, Egan, K., Smith, M., Terrill, J. 1 May 2019

Brogan Ord-Staunton ‘Menstruation at the Movies’: A History of Stigma and Shame from 2000 to 2022 Start Date: 01/10/2023

Current PhD Primary Supervisor of:
Brogan Ord-Staunton, Menstruation, Genre and Hollywood: A History of Stigma and Shame from 2000 to 2022 (commencing October 2023, AHRC Northern Bridge Funded)

  • Teacher Training (University) PGCTHE June 30 2011
  • Film and Television Studies PhD July 30 2005
  • Film and Television Studies MA November 15 1999
  • Film and Television Studies BA (Hons) July 30 1997

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