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Alter/Ego: Superhero Comic Book Readers, Gender and Identities
(University of Canterbury. Social and Political Sciences, 2012)
The academic study of comic books - especially superhero comic books - has predominantly focused on the analysis of these books as texts, as teaching and learning resources, or on children as comic book readers. Very little ...
Gynaehorror: Women, theory and horror film
(University of Canterbury. Cultural Studies, School of Humanities and Creative Arts, 2014)
This thesis offers an analysis of women in horror film through an in depth exploration of what I term ‘gynaehorror’ – horror films that are concerned with female sex, sexuality and reproduction. While this is a broad and ...