Dr Andrew Shail
TitleCited byYear
Menstruation: A cultural history
G Howie, A Shail
Palgrave Macmillan, 2005
552005
Neurology and modernity: a cultural history of nervous systems, 1800–1950
L Salisbury, A Shail
Springer, 2010
402010
The Cinema and the Origins of Literary Modernism
A Shail
Routledge, 2012
342012
Intermediality: Disciplinary flux or formalist retrenchment?
A Shail
Early Popular Visual Culture 8 (1), 3-15, 2010
172010
'Although a Woman's Article': Menstruant Economics and Creative Waste
A Shail
Body & Society 13 (4), 77-96, 2007
132007
You’re Not One of Those Boring Masculinists, Are You?
A Shail
Third Wave Feminism, 86-98, 2007
92007
The motion picture story magazine and the origins of popular British film culture
A Shail
Film History: An International Journal 20 (2), 181-197, 2008
82008
‘A Distinct Advance in Society’: Early Cinema's ‘Proletarian Public Sphere’and Isolated Spectatorship in the UK, 1911-18
A Shail
Journal of British Cinema and Television 3 (2), 209-228, 2006
82006
“You Hear About Them All the Time”: A Genealogy of the Sentient Program
A Shail
The Matrix Trilogy: Cyberpunk Reloaded, 2005
7*2005
Reading the Cinematograph
A Shail
University of Exeter Press, 2011
6*2011
Cinema’s second birth
A Shail
Early Popular Visual Culture 11 (2), 97-99, 2013
52013
Back to the Future
A Shail, R Stoate
5*2010
Menstruation: A Cultural History
C McClive, A Shail, G Howie
Palgrave Macmillan, 2005
52005
‘She looks just like one of we‐all’: British cinema culture and the origins of Woolf's Orlando
A Shail
Critical Quarterly 48 (2), 45-76, 2006
32006
Max Linder and the emergence of film stardom
A Shail
Early Popular Visual Culture 14 (1), 55-86, 2016
22016
Literature & history special issue cinema and modernism: introduction
A Shail
Literature & History 21 (1), 1-5, 2012
22012
Reading the cinematograph: Short fiction and the intermedial spheres of early cinema
A Shail
Early Popular Visual Culture 8 (1), 47-62, 2010
22010
Book review: Bracha L. Ettinger, The Matrixial Borderspace. Foreword by Judith Butler, Introduction by Griselda Pollock, edited and with an Afterword by Brian Massumi …
A Shail
Feminist Theory 8 (3), 354-356, 2007
22007
Penny Gaffs and Picture Theatres: Popular Perceptions of Britain’s First Cinemas.
A Shail
Multimedia Histories: From the Magic Lantern to the Internet, 2007
22007
Towards a non-discriminatory, inclusive use of language and images in our journal
S Dellmann, J Kember, A Shail
Early Popular Visual Culture 15 (4), 393-404, 2017
12017
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