Research Group Publications: BOOK CHAPTERS

Higbee, Will, ‘Merzak Allouache: (Self-)Censorship, Social Critique, and the Limits of Political Engagement in Contemporary Algerian Cinema (Algeria)’, in Gugler J. (eds) Ten Arab Filmmakers: political dissent and social critique, Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2015, pp.188-213.

Higbee, Will, ‘Diasporic and Postcolonial Cinema in France from the 1990s to the present’, in Fox A, Radner H, Marie M, Moine R (eds) A Companion to Contemporary French Cinema, Chichester, West Sussex: Wiley Blackwell, 2015, pp.136-161.

Higbee, Will, ‘Of spaces and difference in La Graine et le mulet (Kechiche, 2007): a response to Carrie Tarr’, in Higbee WE, Leahy S (eds) Studies in French Cinema: UK Persepctives 1985-2010, Bristol: Intellect, 2010, pp. 215-230.

Higbee, Will and Leahy S, ‘Introduction’, in Studies in French Cinema: UK Perspectives 1985-2010, Bristol: Intellect, 2010, pp. 13-24.

Higbee, Will, ‘Ungrounding the narrative of nation: a review of “Deleuze, cinema and national identity: narrative time in national contexts”’, in Philosophy F (eds), 2009.

Martin, Florence, Trouble Everyday: The Neo-Colonialists Bite Back’, in Marjorie Vecchio, ed. The Films of Claire Denis; Intimacy on the Border. London: I.B. Tauris Press, 2014, pp. 125-132.

Martin, Florence and Patricia Caillé, ‘Introduction: Cinémas du Maghreb’, Les Cinémas du Maghreb et leurs publics, pp. 10-19.

Martin, Florence, Satin Rouge aux États-Unis: discours et réception critique’, Ibid., pp. 44-55.

Van de Peer, Stefanie, ‘Moroccan Scriptwriting: Farida Benlyazid’, in: Nelmes, Jill and Jule Selbo (eds) Women Screenwriters. An International Guide. London: Palgrave Macmillan. September 2015, pp. 23-28.

Van de Peer, Stefanie, ‘A Moroccan Homecoming: The Fabulation of Family and Home in Izza Génini’s Retrouver Oulad Moumen’, in: Prime, R. (ed.) Cinematic Homecomings.  New York: Bloomsbury Academic. November 2014, pp. 269-286.

Van de Peer, Stefanie, ‘Forgotten Women, Lost Histories: Selma Baccar’s Fatma 75 (1978) and Assia Djebar’s La Nouba des femmes du Mont Chenoua (1978)’ in: Murphy, D. and Bisschoff, L. (eds) Africa’s Lost Classics. New Histories of African Cinema. Oxford: Legenda. September 2014, pp. 62-70.

Van de Peer, Stefanie, ‘Arab Cinema: Women’s Contributions’, in: The [Oxford] Encyclopedia of Islam and Women. New York: Oxford University Press. November 2013.

Van de Peer, Stefanie, ‘Closed Windows Onto Morocco’s Past: Leila Kilani’s Our Forbidden Places’, in: Bisschoff, L. and Van de Peer, S. (eds) Art and Trauma in Africa: Representations of Reconciliation in Music, Visual Art, Literature and Film. London: IB Tauris. March 2013, pp. 231‐250.

Van de Peer, Stefanie, ‘The Labyrinth of Halfaouine: Storytelling and the 1001 Nightsin: Khatib, L. (ed.) Storytelling in World Cinema. Columbia University Press. May 2012, pp. 61-71.