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A/Prof. Sean Redmond
|Position||Associate Professor in Media and Communication|
|Area||School of Communication & Creative Arts|
|Phone||+61 3 924 43931|
|Role and profile|
For 2013: ALC706: Culture, Communication and Globalisation: Critical Practices
In/ And Local Cultures. I am currently supervising seven PhDs, two in the area of
celebrity and persona, but welcome interest for all of my research interests listed
I research in the areas of stardom and celebrity; genre studies, and science fiction
cinema in particular; film authorship; film sound; film and affect; Asian Cinema;
and whiteness studies.
I edit the journal Celebrity Studies, short-listed for the best new academic journal
2011. I chaired the Inaugural Celebrity Studies Conference in December 2012. My
most recent monograph, The Cinema of Takeshi Kitano: Flowering Blood, was
recently published by Wallflower Press in (2013). My monograph on Celebrity and
the Media will be published by Palgrave in September 2013. My book, Liquid
Space: Digital Age Science Fiction will be published by I.B. Taurus in 2014.
|Current research projects||
With David Marshall I am editing A Companion to Celebrity, for Wiley-Blackwell.
With Brady Hammond, I am co-editing a Special Edition of the journal Continuum,
on Cinema at the Shoreline. I am curating a Sounding Science Fiction exhibition. I
am co-chairing the Eye-Tracking and the Movie Image Research Group, looking at
where, what, why and how people see.
I am a regular blogger for CST Online.
|Awards||Arts and Education Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award, 2012|
PhD The Death of Whiteness (University of Lancaster)
MA Film and Television (University of Warwick)
BA hons (University of Lancaster)
Editorial Board member of Illusions;
Editorial Review Member of Continuum's Film Authorship Series.
September 2011: 'Fast Cinema', delivered at the World Cinema Now conference
held at Monash University;
November 2011: Invited paper: 'Celebrity Aesthetics' at the What is there left to
say about Celebrity Conference, held at the University of Queensland;
December 2011: Keynote Address:'Performing Age in the Star Body of Mickey
Rourke', at the Age Spots and Spotlights: Celebrity, Performance and Ageing
Conference, Birbeck, London;
July 2012: 'It is a Miracle to Me: Cate Blanchett and the Aura of Perfected, Female
Whiteness', at the Images of Whiteness 2nd Global Conference, Mansfield College,
Oxford, 7-9th July 2012;
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