Roehampton’s own resident vampire and horror expert, Dr Stacey Abbott, turns her attention to horror on the small screen in her new book TV Horror: Investigating the Dark Side of the Small Screen (I.B. Tauris 2013).
Heather Nunn's illustrated essay, 'There’s No Such Thing As (The Big) Society', has been posted on Either/And, an online project conceived by the National Media Museum as a means to examine critical issues relating to media. Her essay was commissioned as part of the Protest/Politics/Community Strand and focuses on the legacy of Thatcherism.
On 24 October, the Centre for Research into Film and Audiovisual Cultures (CRFAC) was delighted to host a screening of Patience (After Sebald (Grant Gee, UK, 2012) with an introducion and Q&A with the film's Creative Consultant, Chris Darke.
Karine Chevalier, lecturer in French, has directed a new documentary about the Institut français in South Kensington, London. The film offers insight into the architectural design and history of the Institut.