Department launches V. F. Perkins tribute pages
The Dept. of Film and Television Studies is pleased to annouce the launch of its tribute to our colleague and founder, V. F. Perkins.
We're building an online tribute to V. F. Perkins
The Department wishes to compile a permanent online tribute to V.F. Perkins that will be published over the coming weeks. If you would like to add an appreciation or any thoughts, recollections and anecdotes about Victor that you would like others to read, please contact James MacDowell at James.MacDowell@warwick.ac.uk
Co-founder of the Department of Film and Television Studies, Professor V.F.Perkins, has passed away.
The Department of Film and Television Studies notes with great sadness that the co-founder of the Department of Film and Television Studies at the University of Warwick, Professor V.F.Perkins, has passed away.
Victor made an immeasurable contribution to the development of Film Studies in the UK and the English speaking world and will be remembered by generations of students, scholars and colleagues for his compassionate and insightful wisdom, critical insight, and generous spirit of intellectual enquiry.
For all of us who fell under the spell of his work, he helped us to see and think more clearly.
Alumnus Dr. Greg Frame is nominated for BAFTSS Best Monograph for the book developed from his PhD
The Dept. would like to congratulate Dr. Greg Frame on the nomination of his book The American President in Film and Television: Myth, Politics and Representation (Peter Lang, 2014) for Best Monograph by the organisation BAFTSS. Find out mor about the competition here: http://baftss.org/awards/awards-2016/ and about Greg's book here: http://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?event=cmp.ccc.seitenstruktur.detailseiten&seitentyp=produkt&pk=72950&concordeid=430951
Dept. alumnus Dr. Gregrory Frame takes up position as Lecturer in Film Studies at the University of Bangor.
Congratulations to Dr. Gregory Frame, who graduated with a PhD in Film and Television Studies from the Dept. in 2012. Supervised by Professor Stella Bruzzi, he completed a thesis entitled The American President in Film and Television, which he then went on to publish as a monograph with Peter Lang: The American President in Film and Television: Myth, Politics and Representation