Basil Glynn

lecturer in film and television

Media

Middlesex University

television, film

Dr Basil Glynn joined Middlesex in 2013. Prior to this he lectured in film and television at a number of universities within the United Kingdom and also in Europe.

BA (Hons) Film Studies and Classical Civilization MPhil English PhD Film PGCertHE RSA TEFLA

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Latest Additions

  1. Glynn, Basil (2019) Showcase: The Mummy turns 20. [Film/Video]
  2. Glynn, Basil (2019) The Mutating Mummy: from ancient artefact to modern attraction. In: Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association, 17-20 Apr 2019, Washington DC, USA.
  3. Glynn, Basil and Kim, Jeongmee (2017) Life is beautiful: gay representation, moral panics, and South Korean television drama beyond Hallyu. Quarterly Review of Film and Video, 34 (4). pp. 333-347. ISSN 1050-9208
  4. Glynn, Basil and Kim, Jeongmee (2014) International circulation and local retaliation: East Asian television drama and its Asian connotations. In: Reading Asian Television Drama: Crossing Borders and Breaking Boundaries. Kim, Jeongmee, ed. Reading Contemporary Television . I.B. Tauris, London, pp. 27-46. ISBN 9781845118600
  5. Glynn, Basil (2013) Approximating cultural proximity and accentuating cultural difference: cross-border transformations in Asian television drama. In: Reading Asian Television Drama: Crossing Borders and Breaking Boundaries. Kim, Jeongmee, ed. Reading Contemporary Television . I.B. Tauris, London, pp. 43-64. ISBN 9781845118600
  6. Glynn, Basil and Kim, Jeongmee (2016) Mortality and morality in CSI: getting away with gore. In: Death and Culture Conference, 01-03 Sept 2016, The University of York, York, UK.
  7. Glynn, Basil and Kim, Jeongmee (2016) Korean wave drama: transnationalism, celebration and resistance. In: Transnational Screens Conference: Volatility and Compounding Transnational Traffic, 15-16 Sept 2016, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom.
  8. Glynn, Basil (2016) The Tudors and the post-national, post-historical Henry VIII. In: The British Monarchy on Screen. Merck, Mandy, ed. Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 411-447. ISBN 9780719099564
  9. Glynn, Basil (2004) Moving the Greeks to London: Tony Harrison’s classical theatre of the 1980s. In: Nation, Region, Belonging, 10th International Conference on the Literature of Region and Nation, 3rd-6th August 2004, Manchester Metropolitan University.
  10. Glynn, Basil (2004) Preserved on film: The Mummy, silent cinema and Egyptomania. In: Screen Studies Conference, 2nd-4th July 2004, University of Glasgow.