June 2017. The Hollywood War Film: Critical Observations from World War I to Iraq. Bristol: Intellect. Pre-order here.
2016. Conflict, image, narrative: Hollywood in the Middle East. Southern Semiotic Review, 7(1), pp. 77-99.
2015. Re-viewing D-Day: The cinematography of the Normandy landings from the Signal Corps to Saving Private Ryan. (Co-authored with Dr. Paul Ryder). Media, War and Conflict, 8(1).
2014, July. Hit / miss: Evolving narratives and the semiotics of the blockbuster. Southern Semiotic Review, Issue 4.
2016. You Can’t Stop Her: Elektra Re-Configured. In Marvel Comics into Film: Essays on Adaptations since the 1940s. Ed. Matthew McEniry, Robert Moses Peaslee, and Robert G. Weiner. McFarland & Company, Inc., pp. 39-51.
2014. War games: Discourses of war, cinema, and videogames. Transmedia practice: A collective approach. Oxford, UK: ID Press, pp. 153-161.
2016, September. ‘Seamless cinema: An integrative theory of film’. Sydney: University of Sydney Art History & Film Studies Seminar Series.
2016, July. ‘The splicer falls at midnight: The cut in film noir’. Sydney: Pop Culture Association of Australia & New Zealand Conference.
2015, July. ‘Spectres of the Frame: A Treatise on the Digital Image’. Queenstown, NZ: Australia & New Zealand Communication Association Conference.
2015, June. ‘Spectres of the Frame: A Treatise on the Digital Image’. Wellington, NZ: Pop Culture Association of Australia & New Zealand Conference.
2014, July. ‘Gruesome GIs and Sexy Nazis: World War II as Fantasy Playground’. Parramatta: Interventions & Intersections, UWS Postgraduate Conference.
2014, June. ‘Hit / miss: Evolving narratives and the semiotics of the blockbuster. Hobart: Pop Culture Association of Australia & New Zealand Conference.
2013, July. ‘Deconstructing the Blockbuster’. Parramatta: Interventions & Intersections, UWS Postgraduate Conference.
2013, January. ‘The Code: TV as part of sports community strategy’. Sydney: Football and its Communities, Inter-Disciplinary.net.
2013, January. ‘War games: War, cinema, and videogames’. Sydney: Transmedia Storytelling, Inter-Disciplinary.net.
2012, July. ‘Re-Viewing D-Day: The Cinematography of the Normandy landings from the Signal Corps to Saving Private Ryan.’ Prague: Euro-American Conference for Academic Disciplines and Creativity. (co-presented with Dr. Paul Ryder)
2012, June (presented), 2014 (published). Myth and nostalgia in cinematic representations of World War II. The London film and media reader 2. London, UK: London Symposium, pp. 249-256.
2015. Review: Gone Girl. Journal of American Studies in Turkey, 41, pp. 163-165.
2014. Review: Vertov, Snow, Farocki: Machine vision and the posthuman. Cinej Journal, 3(2).
2014. Review: The Raid 2: Berandal. Journal of American Studies in Turkey, 40, pp. 189-191.
2014. Review: Salmon Fishing in the Yemen. Journal of American Studies in Turkey, 37, pp. 151-153.
2014. A Capital Conundrum: A Review of The Owl #1. Infinite Earths. http://www.infiniteearths.co.uk/?p=1107
2014. I Killed Adolf Hitler or: What can anthropomorphic cats teach us about time travel? Infinite Earths. http://www.infiniteearths.co.uk/?p=949