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Publications

Edited books

  • Law’s Moving Image, co-edited with Les Moran, Elena Loizidou and Ian Christie, London, Cavendish Publishing Ltd., 2004.

Chapters in books

  • ‘Stella Court Treatt’, Women Film Pioneers Sourcebook Vol.11, ed. Jane Gaines, University of Illinois Press. Forthcoming.
  • ‘Experimental television at Alexandra Palace: the BBC and its Light Entertainment programming’, Television, the Experimental Moment. From Invention to Institution 1935-1955, eds. Gilles Delavaud and Denis Marechal, Institut National de l’Audiovisuel (INA) and Université de Paris 8, 2010. Forthcoming.
  • ‘Nostalgia as Resistance: The Case of the Alexandra Palace Television Society and the BBC’, in Re-viewing Television History: Critical Issues in Television Historiography, ed. Helen Wheatley, I.B.Tauris 2007, pp.99-112.
  • ‘Can Whiskey Come too? Reflections on Viewing Domestic Colonial Photographic Collections’ co-written with Pat Holland, in Visual Culture and Decolonisation in Britain, eds. Simon Faulkner and Anandi Ramamurthy, London, Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2006, pp.153-188.
  • ‘Representing ‘African Life’: from the Ethnographic Exhibitions toNionga and Stampede’ in Young and Innocent? The Cinema in Britain 1896-1930, ed. Andrew Higson, Exeter, University of Exeter Press, 2002, pp.191-207.
  • ‘Projecting Africa: two British travel films of the 1920s’ in Cultural Encounters, Representing ‘Otherness’ eds. Elizabeth Hallam and Brian.V.Street, Routledge, 2000, pp.108-148.

Articles in journals

  • ‘Preserving a Heritage? South African Archive Documentary 1910-1940’ in Canadian Journal of Film Studies, Special Issue: ‘The Old and the New: Updating Documentary Historiographies’ Volume 16, No 1., 2007, pp.51-62.

Other publications/reviews

  • Book review, Michael Chanan, The Politics of Documentary (2007),Viewfinder, British University Film and Video Council (BUFVC) January 2009.
  • Broadcasting Entertainment Cinema Television Union (BECTU), A Survey of Women’s Jobs in the British Television Industry, 1994 (researcher/contributor to publication by the Women's Broadcasting Committee).