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Dr

Wendy Haslem

Senior Lecturer In Cultural Management
australian film history
film distribution
film exhibition
screen studies
literary criticism
gothic studies
feminist film theory; video art; pipilotti rist; new media; screens; aesthetics; colour
twin peaks
film style and aesthetics
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Dr

Wendy Haslem

 
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Dr

Wendy Haslem

 

Wendy Haslem teaches and researches the intersections of film history and new media.
She is the author of From Melies to New Media: Spectral Projections (Intellect, 2019), the co-author of Experimenta: Playground (2007) and a co-editor of the anthologies Superhero Bodies: Identity, Materiality, Transformation (Routledge, 2019) and Super/Heroes: From Hercules to Superman (2007).

She is also the author of A Charade of Innocence and Vice: The Gothic Films of the 1940s (2009).

Articles on early film and digital cinema include 'Chromatic Frankenstein's Monsters: Restoration, Colour and Variants of George Melies' Voyage dans la lune' (2012), 'Sip My Ocean' (on the work of Pipilotti Rist, 2018) and 'Traces of the New in the Old: Distribution and Exhibition in Early and Late Film Culture' (2016).

Wendy teaches in the Screen Studies program, coordinating subjects that include - Film Noir: History and Sexuality, Introduction to Screen Studies, Censorship: Film, Art, Media and Exhibition: Film and Art. She is the Program Director - Bachelor of Arts.

Scholarly Works

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Credentials

Positions


Senior Lecturer In Cultural Management

Culture And Communication

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

La Trobe University

BA Arts(Hons)

La Trobe University

Bachelor of Arts

La Trobe University