[csaa-forum] UNSW EMPA Seminar Tues 10 May on Underbelly

Christopher Danta c.danta at unsw.edu.au
Wed May 4 13:09:35 CST 2011

School of English, Media and Performing Arts, UNSW
Seminar Series 2011

Dr Melissa Gregg (University of Sydney) and Dr Greg Dolgopolov (UNSW)

Understanding Underbelly

Tues 10 May
Robert Webster Building 327 from 4.00pm to 5.30pm
What makes Underbelly a compelling object for analysis? What do changing
production conditions and distributed audiences mean for television
programming in Australia? How does true crime offer insight into
longstanding cultural anxieties? Is Underbelly a feminist text?

Melissa Gregg works in the Department of Gender and Cultural Studies,
University of Sydney. She is the author of Cultural Studies' Affective
Voices (Palgrave 2006), co-editor of The Affect Theory Reader (with Greg
Seigworth, Duke 2010), and Work's Intimacy (Polity 2010).

Greg Dolgopolov teaches Film Studies at UNSW. He is a specialist on
post-Soviet cinema, a co-editor of Kinokultura and Studies in Australasian
Cinema. Greg is the associate director and curator of the Russian
Resurrection Film Festival.


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