|Lecturer in Media History||
T dot Snelson at uea dot ac dot uk
Tel: +44 (0)1603 59 7570
|Registry And Council House 3.27|
Tim Snelson’s research and teaching addresses the relationship between media and social history, focusing particularly on popular film and television genres and cycles; media and cultural theory; gender and representation; youth media and music-based subcultures; the cultural politics of taste; audiences and cultural consumption; and historical reception studies.
Previously Tim taught within the school of Political, Social and International Studies at UEA.
Snelson, Tim (2013) Delinquent Daughters: Holywood's War Effot and the "Juvenile Delinquency Picture" cycle. The New Review of Film and Television Studies, 11 (2). ISSN 1740-0309 (In Press)
Snelson, Tim (2012) From Juke Box Boys to Bobby Sox Brigade: Femal Youth, Moral Panics and Subcultural Style in Wartime Times Square. Cultural Studies, 26 (6). pp. 872-894. ISSN 0950-2386
Snelson, Tim (2011) The Ghost in the Machine: World War Two, Popular Occultism and Hollywood’s "Serious" Ghost Films. Media History, 17 (1). pp. 16-32. ISSN 1368-8804
Snelson, Tim (2009) 'From grade B thrillers to deluxe chillers': prestige horror, female audiences, and allegories of spectatorship in The Spiral Staircase (1946). New Review of Film and Television Studies, 7 (2). ISSN 1740-0309
Snelson, Tim (2008) "What Am I…Beloved or Bewitched?" Split-Screens, Gender Confusion and Psychiatric Solutions in The Dark Mirror (1946). Refractory: a Journal of Entertainment Media, 14.
Snelson, Tim (2013) A Message to You, Maggie: 1980s Skinhead Subculture and Music in This is England. In: Critical Essays on Shane Meadows. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 978-0748676392 (In Press)
Snelson, Tim (2013) The (Re)possession of the American Home: Negative Equity, Gender Inequality and the Housing Crisis. In: Gendering the Recession. Duke University Press. (In Press)
Jancovich, Mark and Snelson, Tim (2011) "No Hits, No Runs, Just Terrors": Exhibition, Cultural Distinctions and Cult Audiences at the Rialto Cinema in the 1930s and 1940s. In: The New Cinema History. Blackwells, pp. 199-211.
Jancovich, Mark and Snelson, Tim (2010) Horror at the Crossroads: Class, Gender and Taste at the Rialto Cinema (Times Square) in the 1940s. In: From the Art House to the Grindhouse: Highbrow and Lowbrow Transgression in Cinema's First Century. Scarecrow. ISBN 9780810876545
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