While Film Studies For Free was researching material for its last post – In-between-isms: Winnicottian film, media, and cultural studies – in which the work of media theorist Matt Hills figured strongly, it came across quite a few other freely-acessible, scholarly essays by and interviews with Hills, the links to which had not yet been collected in an online webliography.
So, below you can find a follow up links-list that does just that. Hopefully, it will be of use to those of us who appreciate Hills’ unusual (these days) combination of film and media studies approaches in his work, which brilliantly draws both on psychoanalytic and sociological theories to explore audience or consumer attachments to popular media.
Online works by
- Matt Hills, ‘Gothic’ Body Parts in a ‘Postmodern’ Body of Work? The Hinchcliffe/Holmes Era of Doctor Who (1975-77)’, Intensities Four, December 2007
- Matt Hills, ‘Essential Tensions: Winnicottian Object-Relations In The Media Sociology of Roger Silverstone’, International Journal of Communication 1 (2007), Feature 37-48
- Matt Hills, Whose “postmodern” horror? Alejandro Amenábar’s Tesis (Thesis, 1996)’, Kinoeye, Vol 3, Issue 5, 10 May 2003
- Matt Hills, ‘Review of Lawrence Grossberg (2005) Caught in the Crossfire: Kids, Politics, and America’s Future (Boulder and London: Paradigm Publishers)’, Culture Machine, 2006
- Matt Hills ‘Recognition in the eyes of the relevant beholder: Representing ‘subcultural celebrity’ and cult TV fan cultures’, Mediactive, Issue 2, 2003 (scroll down to p. 59)
- Matt Hills, ‘Review of Horror: Special Issue of Film and Philosophy, Daniel Shaw, ed., (2001)’, Aesthetics Online, 2002
- Catherine Driscoll and Matt Hills, ‘Gender and Fan Culture (Round Twelve, Part One):’, Confessions of an Aca Fan, August 23, 2007
- Henry Jenkins, ‘Triumph of a Time Lord (Part One): An Interview With Matt Hills’, Confessions of an Aca Fan, September 28, 2006
- Henry Jenkins, ‘Triumph of a Time Lord (Part Two): An Interview With Matt Hills’, Confessions of an Aca Fan, September 29, 2006
- Matt Hills, ‘Intensities interviews Henry Jenkins @Console-ing Passions, University of Bristol, July 7th, 2001’, Intensities Two,