Being in the Room or How to Come to Terms with Screen Theory while Sitting on the Floor

By Christine Geraghty After a quiet 2019, I had a slew of conferences lined up for 2020. Little did I know what was going to happen as I left the first of them in January, an enjoyable MeCCSA conference in Brighton. And then it began – in quick succession plans for a workshop in Lund … Continue reading Being in the Room or How to Come to Terms with Screen Theory while Sitting on the Floor

Television’s Difficult Women

In this contribution from CST Online, originally published in 2013, Lisa Kelly follows on from Christine Geraghty’s contribution last week and writes in depth of the reception of women on television, concluding with some of the funding structures that perpetuate women’s absence on screen. Writing on the power of the commissioning process, she looks at one … Continue reading Television’s Difficult Women

Re-Appraising the Television Heroine

WFTHN begins 2017 by highlighting our commitment to questions regarding women and television alongside our continuing research into women and film.  We are very pleased to announce the republication of some key contributions to CST (Critical Studies in Television) online on women’s representation and institutional position.  We welcome further contributions on aspects of women’s work … Continue reading Re-Appraising the Television Heroine