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SELECTED WRITING by Lizzie Thynne

Articles/book chapters

(2011) ‘Ethics, politics and representation in Child of Mine, a television documentary on lesbian parenting’, Jump Cut, no. 53,

(2011) (with Nadje Al-Ali), An interview with Kim Longinotto, Feminist Review, 99

(2010a) Lizzie Thynne ‘Constructing a film biography of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore’ in Vincent Broqua and Guillaume Marché eds. L’epuisement du biographique? Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

(2010b) ‘Indirect Action: politics and the subversion of identity in Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore’s resistance to the Occupation of Jersey’ Papers of Surrealism, 8, Spring

(2009) ‘Surely you are not claiming to be more homosexual than I?’: Claude Cahun and Oscar Wilde’ in Joe Bristow ed. The Making of a Legend: Oscar Wilde and Modern Culture, Ohio University Press

practiceasresearch(2009) Adams, John, Bacon, Jane and Thynne, Lizzie ‘Peer review and criteria: a discussion’ Ludivine Allegue, Simon Jones, Baz Kershaw and Angela Piccini eds. Practice-as-research in performance and screen Palgrave Macmillan.

(2007) ‘Action Indirecte : politique, identité et subversion chez Claude Cahun et Marcel Moore dans la resistance contre l’occupation nazie de Jersey’ in Andrea Oberhuber (ed) Claude Cahun: contexte, posture, filiation: pour une esthetique de l’entre-deux, Paragraphes, no. 27 Université de Montreal

(2007) ‘Réinventer le réel : Les femmes cinéastes britanniques aujourd’hui,’ introduction to ‘So British!’, Festival International de Film de Femmes catalogue

(2006) Thynne, Lizzie ‘“A comic monster of revue”: Beryl Reid, Sister George and the performance of dykery’ in Robin Griffiths ed. British Queer Cinema Routledge 2000.

(2005) ‘Beyond Representation: Claude Cahun’s Monstrous Mischief- Making (with Laura ‘Lou’ Bailey), History of Photography vol.29, no.2 Summer

(2002) ‘Claude Cahun: an experimental biopic’ Journal of Media Practice Volume 2 no 3

(2000) ‘Women in Television in the Multi-Channel Age’, in Feminist Review, no 64, Millenium Issue: One Step Beyond?  Routledge

(2000) ‘Being Seen: “the lesbian” in British television drama’ in Linda Anderson and David Alderson eds. Territories of Desire: Refiguring Contemporary Boundaries  Manchester University Press

(1995) ‘The Space Between: Mothers and Daughters in Anne Trister’ in Tamsin Wilton (ed) Immortal, Invisible: Lesbians and the Moving Image and in

Lynne Pearce and Jackie Stacey eds. Romance Re-visited Lawrence and Wishart

(1990) Editor and co-author, Studying Film: a guide and activity pack for tutors and classes, BFI/WEA

(1988) ‘Aspects of women’s film and video production in Britain’ Feminale festival catalogue, Cologne

Editions

fr99‘Media Transformations’ (with Nadje Al-Ali) Feminist Review, 99, 2011.

‘Mediated Memories’ (with Adrian Goycoolea) Journal of Media Practice, vol 11, issue 3, 2010

Feminist Review, 92, 2009 (with Irene Gedalof)