Catherine Grant

Position: Senior Lecturer
Institution: University of Sussex
Geographical areas: North America, Central America, Caribbean, South America, Australia & New Zealand, Northern Europe, Eastern Europe, Southern Europe, Western Europe

Research areas: Aesthetics, Digital Arts History, Theory and Practice, Film History, Theory and Criticism, Film-based media (History, Theory & Practice), Gender and Sexuality, Hispanic, Portguese & Latin Studies, Media, Media & Communication Studies, Media and film, Multimedia - video, Philosophy, Publishing

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Relevant Publications

Grant, Catherine and Christian Keathley, ‘The Use of an Illusion: Childhood cinephilia, object relations, and videographic film studies’, Photogénie 0 (2014). Co-authored introduction/individually authored text and video. Online at: http://www.photogenie.be/photogenie_blog/article/use-illusion. (Video also online at: https://vimeo.com/92596008)

 

Grant, Catherine and Christian Keathley, ‘El uso de una ilusión: Cinefilia infantil, relaciones de objeto y estudios videográficos sobre cine’, Transit. Cine y otros desvíos, September 9, 2014. (translation into Spanish of ‘The Use of an Illusion: Childhood cinephilia, object relations, and videographic film studies’, Photogénie, 0, June 2014). Online at: http://cinentransit.com/cinefilia-infantil-relaciones-de-objeto-y-estudios-videograficos-sobre-cine/.

 

Grant, Catherine, ‘FEELING PUCKISH? For Mickey Rooney (1920-2014)’. Video online at: https://vimeo.com/91318175. Part of my paper ‘Losing/finding/creating the (child) star: on online mourning and videographic objects’ presented at FILM AND THE PSYCHO-CULTURAL: Objects, Relatedness, Process Symposium (London: Freud Museum, 2014): http://www.freud.org.uk/events/75519/film-and-the-psycho-cultural/

 

– ‘Mechanised Flights: Memories of HEIDI’. Originally published, with an accompanying text, by Film Ireland, Feburary 12, 2014. Online at: http://filmireland.net/2014/02/12/video-essay-mechanised-flights-memories-of-heidi/. Also part of my paper ‘Losing/finding/creating the (child) star: on online mourning and videographic objects’ presented at FILM AND THE PSYCHO-CULTURAL: Objects, Relatedness, Process Symposium (London: Freud Museum, 2014): http://www.freud.org.uk/events/75519/film-and-the-psycho-cultural/

 

– ‘Framing Incandescence: Elizabeth Taylor as ‘Helen Burns’ in Jane Eyre’. Online at: https://vimeo.com/21991510. Also part of my paper ‘Losing/finding/creating the (child) star: on online mourning and videographic objects’ presented at FILM AND THE PSYCHO-CULTURAL: Objects, Relatedness, Process Symposium (London: Freud Museum, 2014): http://www.freud.org.uk/events/75519/film-and-the-psycho-cultural/

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