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Always in with the in-crowd: Vogue and the cultural politics of gender, place, class and taste (2020)
Book Chapter
Tincknell, E. (in press). Always in with the in-crowd: Vogue and the cultural politics of gender, place, class and taste. In J. Hollows, & L. Forster (Eds.), Women's Periodicals and Print Culture in Britain, 1940s-2000s (200-214). Edinburgh University Press

The venerable fashion magazine Vogue has always associated itself with the interests of the ruling class, through the cultural and symbolic capital exhibited by the diffused aesthetic of its fashion spreads and through its unabashed attachment to the... Read More about Always in with the in-crowd: Vogue and the cultural politics of gender, place, class and taste.

Monstrous Aunties: the Rabelaisian older Asian woman in British cinema and television comedy (2019)
Journal Article
Tincknell, E. (2020). Monstrous Aunties: the Rabelaisian older Asian woman in British cinema and television comedy. Feminist Media Studies, 20(1), 135-150. https://doi.org/10.1080/14680777.2019.1599038

© 2019, © 2019 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Representations of older women of South Asian heritage in British cinema are often assumed to do little more than reiterate familiar stereotypes. Yet some British comedy films an... Read More about Monstrous Aunties: the Rabelaisian older Asian woman in British cinema and television comedy.

The nation’s matron: Hattie Jacques and British postwar popular culture (2015)
Journal Article
Tincknell, E. (2015). The nation’s matron: Hattie Jacques and British postwar popular culture. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 12(1), 6-24. https://doi.org/10.3366/jbctv.2015.0240

Hattie Jacques was a key figure in British postwar popular cinema and culture, condensing a range of contradictions around power, desire, femininity and class through her performances as a comedienne, primarily in the Carry On series of films between... Read More about The nation’s matron: Hattie Jacques and British postwar popular culture.

Dowagers, debs, nuns and babies: The politics of Nostalgia and the older woman in the British sunday night television serial (2013)
Journal Article
Tincknell, E. (2013). Dowagers, debs, nuns and babies: The politics of Nostalgia and the older woman in the British sunday night television serial. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 10(4), 769-784. https://doi.org/10.3366/jbctv.2013.0174

The extensive commercial success of two well-made popular television drama serials screened in the UK at prime time on Sunday evenings during the winter of 2011-12, Downton Abbey (ITV, 2010-) and Call the Midwife (BBC, 2012-), has appeared to consoli... Read More about Dowagers, debs, nuns and babies: The politics of Nostalgia and the older woman in the British sunday night television serial.

The time and the place: Music and costume and the "affect" of history in the New Zealand films of Jane Campion (2011)
Book Chapter
Tincknell, E. (2011). The time and the place: Music and costume and the "affect" of history in the New Zealand films of Jane Campion. In A. Fox, H. Radner, & B. K. Grant (Eds.), New Zealand Cinema: Interpreting the PastIntellect

New Zealand has produced one of the world’s most vibrant film cultures, a reflection of the country’s evolving history and the energy and resourcefulness of its people. From early silent features like The Te Kooti Trail to recent films such as River... Read More about The time and the place: Music and costume and the "affect" of history in the New Zealand films of Jane Campion.

Goldie Hawn: A dumb blonde for the baby boomer generation (2011)
Book Chapter
Tincknell, E. (2011). Goldie Hawn: A dumb blonde for the baby boomer generation. In A. Swinnen, & J. A. Stotesbury (Eds.), Aging, Performance and Stardom: Doing Age on the Stage of Consumerist CultureLit Verlag

Double O agencies: Femininity, post-feminism and the female spy in Casino Royale (2010)
Book Chapter
Tincknell, E. (2010). Double O agencies: Femininity, post-feminism and the female spy in Casino Royale. In C. Lindner (Ed.), Revisioning 007: James Bond and Casino RoyaleWallflower Press

Casino Royale was widely marketed and received as a 're-booting' of the Bond franchise, with a concomitant reinvention of the Bond girl for a post-feminist world. This essay critiques this claim, identifying important continuities between the film's... Read More about Double O agencies: Femininity, post-feminism and the female spy in Casino Royale.

Scourging the abject body: the television make-over show and the reconstruction of femininity under neoliberalism (2010)
Book Chapter
Tincknell, E. (2010). Scourging the abject body: the television make-over show and the reconstruction of femininity under neoliberalism. In R. Gill, & C. Scharff (Eds.), New Femininities: Postfeminism, Neoliberalism and IdentityPalgrave Macmillan

The television makeover show has become an important site for the discursive re-inscription of femininity as a fluid condition requiring continuous work and self-modification in order that it can be 'held together', and in which social idenity, the b... Read More about Scourging the abject body: the television make-over show and the reconstruction of femininity under neoliberalism.

Feminine boundaries: Adolesence, witchcraft and the supernatural in new gothic cinema and television (2009)
Book Chapter
Tincknell, E. (2009). Feminine boundaries: Adolesence, witchcraft and the supernatural in new gothic cinema and television. In I. Conrich (Ed.), Horror Zone: The Cultural Experience of Contemporary Horror CinemaI.B.Tauris, Macmillan

The 'new gothic' film and television text addressed to a largely female audience such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Twilight and True Blood, has become an important genre for the staging and testing out of ideas about adolesent femininity, sexuality... Read More about Feminine boundaries: Adolesence, witchcraft and the supernatural in new gothic cinema and television.

The "postfeminist" biopic: Re-telling the past in The Hours, Sylvia and Iris (2009)
Book Chapter
Dolan, J., Gordon, S., & Tincknell, E. (2009). The "postfeminist" biopic: Re-telling the past in The Hours, Sylvia and Iris. In R. Carroll (Ed.), Textual Infidelities: Adaptations in Print and Visual CulturesContinuum

This co-authored article about biopics of key women writers of the twentieth century is located in the proliferation of the genre since the 1990s. Analysis of Iris (Richard Eyre, 2001), The Hours (Stephen Daldry, 2002) and Sylvia (Christine Jeffs, 2... Read More about The "postfeminist" biopic: Re-telling the past in The Hours, Sylvia and Iris.

The shadow of Thatcher: Women, feminism, culture and politics (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Arthurs, J., & Tincknell, E. (2009, May). The shadow of Thatcher: Women, feminism, culture and politics. Presented at The Shadow of Thatcher: Women, Feminism, Culture and Politics

Jane Arthurs was the co-organiser of this academic symposium, which reflected on the continuing impact of Thatcherism and of Margaret Thatcher on feminist politics and popular culture since the 1980s. The conference asekd "Why does Margaret Thatcher... Read More about The shadow of Thatcher: Women, feminism, culture and politics.

Women, ageing and media workshops (2008)
Presentation / Conference
Dolan, J., Jenning, R., Garde Hansen, J., Gorton, K., Wilson, S., & Tincknell, E. (2008, June). Women, ageing and media workshops. Presented at AHRC funded Research Networks and Workshops: Women, Ageing and Media

The Women, Ageing and Media (WAM) research group secured Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funding in 2008 to run a series of workshops and an international conference in order to conduct a sustained investigation into proliferating print,... Read More about Women, ageing and media workshops.

The Practice of Cultural Studies (2004)
Book
Johnson, R., Chambers, D., Raghuram, P., & Tincknell, E. (2004). The Practice of Cultural Studies. SAGE Publications


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