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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

Big Brother: Reconfiguring the ‘active’ audience of cultural studies? (2002)
Journal Article
Tincknell, E., & Raghuram, P. (2002). Big Brother: Reconfiguring the ‘active’ audience of cultural studies?. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 5(2), 199-215. https://doi.org/10.1177/1364942002005002159

The emergence of a relatively new genre, ‘reality television’, has helped to break down the division between text and audience in significant ways, and this presents us with interesting questions for cultural studies. In this article we consider one... Read More about Big Brother: Reconfiguring the ‘active’ audience of cultural studies?.