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Diane Negra

Professor of Film Studies and Screen Culture

School Of English, Drama & Film
Newman Building
Belfield
Dublin 4

Tel: +353 1 7168493
Email: diane.negra@ucd.ie

Professional

Honours and Awards

Year: 2015.
Title: UCD Seed Funding Visiting Professorship Grant
Year: 2007.
Title: British Academy Small Research Grant
Year: 2007.
Title: British Academy Overseas Conference Grant
Year: 2006.
Title: Arts and Humanities Research Board Study Leave Grant
Year: 2005.
Title: Brown University Frank Fund Grant
Year: 2002.
Title: University of North Texas Pursuit of Excellence in Teaching Award
Year: 1999.
Title: US Fulbright Senior Scholar Award
Year: 1996.
Title: Irish-American Cultural Institute Research Grant
Year: 2001.
Title: Kosciuszko Foundation Teaching Grant
Year: 1999.
Title: University of North Texas "Professing Women" Award
Year: 2009.
Title: Brannigan Fellowship
Year: 2012.
Title: Enterprise Ireland Grants (2 awards)
Year: 2012.
Title: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowship

Associations

Association: Console-ing Passions International Conference on Television, Audio, Video, New Media and Feminism, Function/Role: Board Member
Association: Society for Cinema and Media Studies Pedagogy Award Committee 2014-2017, Function/Role:
Association: Society for Cinema and Media Studies Nominating Committee 2012-2015 , Function/Role:
Association: Gender Inequality and Power in the UK , Function/Role: Commissioner on the Commission for Gender Inequality and Power
Association: Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Function/Role: Board of Directors
     

Conference Contributions

Diane Negra (2014) Postfeminist Media Culture. [Keynote Address], Narratives In/For the Third Millennium, University of Cologne, Germany , 14-NOV-14 - 14-NOV-14.
Diane Negra (2014) After Ever After: Bethenny Frankel, Self-Branding and the New 'Intimacy of Work'. [Keynote Address], Women, Work and Value: Europe 1945-2015, European University Institute, Florence , 24-OCT-14 - 25-OCT-14.
Diane Negra; Ros Gill; Hannah Hamad; Mariam Kauser; Nayomi Roshini; (2014) An Intergenerational Feminist Media Studies. [Roundtable Participant], Intergenerational Feminist Media Studies, City University London , 19-NOV-14 - 19-NOV-14.
Diane Negra (2014) Analyzing Extreme Weather Media. [Keynote Address], Crisis in Film and Media, Vilnius University, Lithuania , 19-SEP-14 - 20-SEP-14.
Diane Negra (2015) Intergenerational Feminist Media Studies. [Keynote Address], Genders: Future Tense, University of Colorado at Boulder, United States , 27-FEB-15 - 28-FEB-15.
Diane Negra (2015) 'Characteristics of the New Female-Centred Quality Television'. [Keynote Address], Soundscapes and Sonic Cultures in America, Austrian Association for American Studies, Innsbruck , 06-NOV-15 - 08-NOV-15.
Diane Negra (2015) Forms and Functions of Irish Celebrity Autobiography. [Keynote Address], Celebrity, Distinction and Reputation: American Conference for Irish Studies NE Regional Meeting, University of New Haven, United States , 20-NOV-15 - 21-NOV-15.
Diane Negra (2015) Financialization, Precarity and the New Situational Moralities of Female-Centred Television. [Keynote Address], The Contemporary 'Bad Guy', University of St. Andrew's, United Kingdom , 31-OCT-15 - 31-OCT-15.
Diane Negra (2015) Orange is the New Black and the New Female-Centred Quality Television. [Keynote Address], Orange is the New Black and New perspectives on the Women in Prison Genre, Edinburgh Napier University, United Kingdom , 05-JUN-15 - 05-JUN-15.
Diane Negra (2015) Postfeminist Perfection and Frozen. [Keynote Address], Symfrozium: A Study Day on Disney's Frozen, University of East Anglia, Norwich , 12-MAY-15 - 12-MAY-15.
Diane Negra (2015) Animality, Domesticity and Intimacy in My Cat From Hell. [Invited Lecture], Animal Turns: The Performativity of Beasts Symposium, Maynooth University , 23-APR-15 - 23-APR-15.
Diane Negra (2015) Characteristics of the New Female-Centred Quality Television. [Invited Lecture], Media Research Series, Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick , 20-APR-15 - 20-APR-15.
Diane Negra (2015) Animality, Domesticity and Intimacy in My Cat From Hell. [Invited Lecture], The Aesthetics and Affects of Cuteness: An International Symposium, University of Arizona, United States , 13-FEB-15 - 14-FEB-15.
Diane Negra (2016) 'Internet Animal Celebrity: From Knut to Cecil'. [Invited Lecture], Distinguished Lecture Series: Cultures of Celebrity, University of Vienna , 21-JAN-16 - 21-JAN-16.
Diane Negra (2016) 'Animality, Domesticity and Entrepreneurialism in My Cat From Hell'. [Keynote Address], Ideas & Transformations in the Americas, University College London , 28-APR-16 - 29-APR-16.
Diane Negra (2016) 'Animality, Domesticity and Intimacy in My Cat From Hell'. [Chaired Session], 131st Modern Language Association Annual Convention, Austin, Texas, United States , 10-JAN-15 - 10-JAN-15.
Negra, D. (2014) [Invited Lecture], 'The History of the 'Chick Flick'', Irish Film Institute, Dublin , 12-JUL-14 - 12-JUL-14.
Negra, D. (2014) [Invited Lecture], 'Anatomizing the Celebrity Couple: The Making, Unmaking and Re-Making of 'Robsten'', Department of German Research Seminar, University College Cork , 07-MAR-14 - 07-MAR-14.
Negra, D. (2014) 'Slow Television, Seasonal Predictability and Springwatch'. [Invited Lecture], Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Seattle, Washington , 19-MAR-14 - 23-MAR-14.
Negra, D. (2014) 'Postfeminist Media Culture,' Keynote Address. [Keynote Address], Negotiating Narratives In/For the Third Millennium Conference, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany , 14-NOV-14 - 14-NOV-14.
Negra, D. (2014) 'After Ever After: Bethenny Frankel, Self-Branding and the New 'Intimacy of Work,''. [Keynote Address], AHRC Research Network Meeting on Women, Work and Value, Florence, Italy , 24-OCT-14 - 24-OCT-14.
Negra, D. (2014) 'Intergenerational Feminist Media Studies'. [Roundtable Participant], An Intergenerational Feminist Media Studies, City University, London , 19-NOV-14 - 19-NOV-14.
Negra, D. (2014) Analyzing Extreme Weather Media. [Keynote Address], Crisis in Film and Media Conference, Vilnius University, Vilnius, Lithuania , 27-FEB-14 - 27-FEB-14.
Negra, D. (2014) 'Representing Austerity in Irish Popular Culture'. [Invited Lecture], EU-China Dialogue in Media and Communication Studies, Peking University, Beijing, China , 01-JUL-14 - 10-JUL-14.
Negra, D. (2014) 'Bethenny Frankel's Reality Celebrity and the 'New Intimacy of Work''. [Keynote Address], 2nd Annual Celebrity Studies Conference, Royal Holloway, University of London , 19-JUN-14 - 21-JUN-14.
Negra, D. (2015) 'Orange Is The New Black and the New Female-Centered Quality Television'. [Keynote Address], Scheduled for Orange Is the New Black and New Perspectives on the Women in Prison Genre Conference, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, Scotland , 01-JAN-15 - 01-JAN-15.
Negra, D. (2015) 'Gendering the Recession'. [Keynote Address], Scheduled for Space, Politics and the City Conference,, Lingnan University, Hong Kong , 01-JAN-15 - 01-JAN-15.
Negra, D. (2014) [Keynote Address], The New Social Justice Documentary, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky , 01-APR-14 - 01-APR-14.
Negra, D. (2014) Adjusting Men and Abiding Mammies: Gendering the Recession in Ireland. [Keynote Address], Modern Language Association, Chicago, Illinois , 01-JAN-14 - 01-JAN-14.
Negra, D. (2014) Gendering the Recession. [Keynote Address], Critical Finance Studies VI, Amsterdam , 01-AUG-14 - 29-AUG-14.
Negra, D. (2014) Gendering the Recession in Ireland: Unemployment, Migration and the Post-Celtic Tiger Era. [Plenary Lecture], Middlebury College Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs Conference 'The Young and the Jobless: Youth Unemployment in Times of Crisis', Middlebury, Vermont , 03-MAR-14 - 03-MAR-14.
Negra, D. (2014) Gendering the Recession. [Keynote Address], Research Seminar, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Scotland , 01-JAN-14 - 01-JAN-14.
Diane Negra; (2013) Gender and Recession Narratives. [Keynote Address], International Conference on Narrative, Manchester, UK , 05-NOV-13 - 13-NOV-13.
Diane Negra; (2012) The Tragicomic Irish-American Personae of Denis Leary and Kathy Griffin. [Keynote Address], Ireland and African-America, Clinton Institute UCD , 08-MAR-12 - 09-MAR-12.
Diane Negra; (2012) Comparative Cultural Narratives of Disaster: Katrina and 3/11. [Keynote Address], After Katrina: Representations, Politics Culture Conference, Tokyo (Sophia University , 10-JUN-12 - 10-JUN-12.
Diane Negra; (2012) The Tragicomic Irish-American Personae of Denis Leary and Kathy Griffin. [Oral Presentation], American Conference for Irish Studies, New Orleans , 14-MAR-12 - 17-MAR-12.
Diane Negra; (2012) Cultural Narratives of Gender in Recessionary Reality TV. [Oral Presentation], International Conference on Narrative, Las Vegas , 15-MAR-12 - 17-MAR-12.
Diane Negra; (2012) Gender Bifurcation in the Recession Economy: Extreme Couponing and Gold Rush Alaska. [Oral Presentation], Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Boston , 21-MAR-12 - 25-MAR-12.
Diane Negra; (2012) Gendering the Recession in Ireland. [Keynote Address], Ireland and Popular Culture Conference, University of Reims, Reims, France , 19-OCT-12 - 20-OCT-12.
Diane Negra; (2012) Narratives of Female Entrepreneurialism in Recessionary Popular Culture. [Oral Presentation], Scheduled for 9th International Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference, Paris, Paris , 02-JUL-12 - 06-JUL-12.
Diane Negra; (2012) Conceptualizing the Irish Cinematic Atlantic. [Chaired Session], Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Boston , 21-MAR-12 - 25-MAR-12.
Diane Negra; (2011) Gendering the Recession. [Invited Lecture], Modern School Research Seminar, University of York, York, UK , 16-MAR-11 - 16-MAR-11.
Diane Negra; (2011) Gendering the Recession in Ireland. [Keynote Address], Ireland, Masculinity and Popular Culture, 1990-2010, NUI-Galway , 08-OCT-11 - 09-OCT-11.
Diane Negra; (2011) Gendering the Recession in Ireland. [Keynote Address], Irish Postgraduate Film Research Seminar, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland , 29-MAR-11 - 30-MAR-11.
Diane Negra; (2011) Transational Postfeminism and Daytime Television in Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland. [Invited Lecture], Global Oprah, Department of American Studies, Yale University, New Haven , 28-FEB-11 - 01-MAR-11.
Diane Negra; (2011) Gendering the Recession. [Keynote Address], School of Art and Design History and Theory, Parsons The New School, New York , 28-APR-11 - 28-APR-11.
Diane Negra; (2010) Old and New Media After Katrina. [Invited Lecture], Sociology Seminar, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Maynooth, Ireland , 21-OCT-10 - 21-OCT-10.
Diane Negra; (2010) Television's Vampire Detectives. [International Refereed Conference], Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Los Angeles, California , 17-MAR-10 - 21-MAR-10.
Diane Negra; (2010) Gendering the Recession: Images of Irish Masculinity in Recent Media Culture. [Invited Lecture], University of Sunderland Research Seminar, Sunderland, UK , 24-SEP-10 - 25-SEP-10.
Diane Negra; (2010) Old and New Media After Katrina. [Invited Lecture], School of Film, Media and Music Research Seminar, Brighton, UK , 05-MAY-10 - 05-MAY-10.
Diane Negra; (2009) Exile, Reurtn and New Economy Subjectivity in Last Holiday. [International Refereed Conference], Narrative Conference, Brimingham, UK , 04-JUN-09 - 06-JUN-09.
Diane Negra; (2009) Failing Women: Hollywood and Its Chick Flick Audience. [Keynote Address], Feminist and Women's Studies Association Annual Meeting, Liverpool, UK , 18-JUN-09 - 20-JUN-09.
Diane Negra; (2009) Commercialized Family Values and Second Generation Celebrity in the Postfeminist Reality Sitcom. [International Refereed Conference], Cultural Studies Association Conference, Kansas City, Missouri , 25-MAR-09 - 28-MAR-10.
Diane Negra; (2009) Failing Women: Hollywood and Its Chick Flick Audience. [Keynote Address], Brannigan Lecture, Indiana University, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana , 11-MAR-09 - 13-MAR-09.
Diane Negra; (2009) Postfeminism and Feminist Futures. [Keynote Address], Feminist Futures Conference, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign , 15-APR-09 - 18-APR-09.
Diane Negra; (2009) Failing Women: Hollywood and Its Chick Flick Audience. [Keynote Address], Media, Cultural and Communication Studies Association (MECCSA) Annual Meeting, Bradford, UK , 16-JAN-09 - 18-JAN-09.
Diane Negra; (2008) Unforgettable You: The Female Amnesiac in Recent Film and Television. [International Refereed Conference], Console-ing Passions Conference on Television, Audio, Video, New Media and Feminism, Santa Barbara, California , 05-MAR-08 - 06-MAR-08.
Diane Negra; (2008) Popular Culture and Postfeminist Lifestyling. [Invited Lecture], National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Maynooth, Ireland , 26-MAR-08 - 26-MAR-08.
Diane Negra; (2008) Exile, Reurtn and New Economy Subjectivity in Last Holiday. [Chaired Session], Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Philadelphia, PA , 20-MAR-08 - 22-MAR-10.
Diane Negra; (2008) Shadow of a Doubt, Hithcock and Family Values. [Invited Lecture], Cinema City Picturehouse, Norwich, UK , 20-FEB-08 - 20-FEB-08.
Diane Negra; (2008) Shadow of a Doubt's Family Values. [Keynote Address], Annual Hitchcock Lecture, Queen Mary, University of London, London, UK , 06-FEB-08 - 06-FEB-08.
Diane Negra; (2008) Postfeminism, Popular Media and the Social Fantasy of the Hometown. [Invited Lecture], University College London Research Seminar, University College London, London UK , 13-MAR-08 - 13-MAR-08.
Diane Negra; (2007) Urban Space, Luxury Retailing and the New Irishness. [Keynote Address], British Association for Irish Studies Annual Conference, Liverpool, UK , 31-AUG-07 - 31-AUG-07.
Diane Negra; (2007) Postfeminism, Family Values and the Hometown Fantasy. [Invited Lecture], School of Cultural Studies Research Seminar, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK , 15-JUN-07 - 15-JUN-07.
Diane Negra; (2007) Postfeminism, Post-Retreatism and Female Performativity in Recent Cinema. [Invited Lecture], Gender Institute, London School of Economics Performativities Conference, London, UK , 11-OCT-07 - 11-OCT-07.

Committees

Committee : UCD Promotions Appeals Committee
Committee : Humanities Institute of Ireland Management Committee
Committee : Research Strand in Visual and Material Culture
Committee : Academic Council Committee on Internationalization
Committee : Clinton Institute for American Studies Advisory Committee
Committee : College of Arts and Celtic Studies Research Committee
Committee : University College Dublin Press Editorial Committee
 

Education

Year 1996 Institution: University of Texas at Austin
Qualification: Ph.D. Subject: Radio, Television and Film
Year 1992 Institution: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Qualification: M.A. Subject: Radio, Television and Motion Pictures
Year 1988 Institution: Guilford College
Qualification: B.A. Subject: English/French
 

Consultancy

Client: Australian Research Council
Client: Irish Film Institute Council

Outreach Activities

Board Member, Console-ing Passions International Conference on Television, Audio, Video, New Media and Feminism

Board of Directors, Society for Cinema and Media Studies, 2009-2011

Commentator and/or Profile Subject:  CNN International, BBC's Breakfast Show, BBC's The One Show, BBC World Service, Chicago Public Radio, National Public Radio, RTE and in print media Newsweek, USA Today, International Herald Tribune, The Guardian, The Independent, BBC Magazine and The New York Daily News

Journals Edited

Transnational Cinema: Editorial Advisory Board Member.
Television And New Media: Co-Editor.

Other Activities

External Examiner for Ph.D Dissertations at King's College London; University College London; Trinity College; Monash University; University of Western Australia; University of Kent; City University London; Norwich School of Art and Design; Lancaster University

Editorial Advisory Board for the Following Journals: Screen, Television and New Media, Film Quarterly, Celebrity Studies, Film and Film Culture

Manuscript and Proposal Reivew for: Oxford University Press, Duke University Press, Routledge Press, New York University Press, University of Texas Press, Wallflower Press, Edinburgh University Press, University of Illinois Press, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Palgrave MacMillan, Sage, Irish Academic Press, University of Washington Press, Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Open University Press, Zed Books

External Examiner, Gender Institute, London School of Economics        
External Assessor for the Research Exercise Framework, Roehampton University
External Examiner Film and Television Studies Dublin City University

Publications

Books

Diane Negra, Joyce Goggin, Anthony McIntyre, Julia Leyda and Joshua Dale (2016) The Aesthetics and Affects of Cuteness. New York: Routledge. [Details]
Diane Negra and Julia Leyda (2015) Extreme Weather and Global Media. New York: Routledge. [Details]
Diane Negra and Yvonne Tasker; (2014) Gendering the Recession: Media and Culture in an Age of Austerity. Durham: Duke University Press. [Details]
Diane Negra and Su Holmes; (2011) In the Limelight and Under the Microscope: Forms and Functions of Female Celebrity. New York: Continuum. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2010) Old and New Media After Katrina. New York: Palgrave MacMillan. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2008) What a Girl Wants?: Fantasizing the Reclamation of Self in Postfeminism. London: Routledge Press. [Details]
Diane Negra and Yvonne Tasker; (2007) Interrogating Postfeminism: Gender and the Politics of Popular Culture. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2006) The Irish in Us: Irishness, Performativity and Popular Culture. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press. [Details]
Diane Negra and Jennifer Bean; (2002) A Feminist Reader in Early Cinema. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2001) Off-White Hollywood: American Culture and Ethnic Female Stardom. London: Routledge Press. [Details]

Book Chapters

Diane Negra and Jorie Lagerwey (2016) 'Foreword' In: Milly Buonanno (eds). Women Behaving Badly: Anti-Heroines in Television Crime and Prison Drama (FORTHCOMING). London: Intellect. [Details]
Diane Negra; Anthony McIntyre (2016) 'Forms and Functions of Irish Celebrity Autobiography' In: Liam Harte (eds). A History of Irish Autobiography (FORTHCOMING). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; Suzanne Leonard (2016) 'Celebrity' In: Laurie Ouellette; Jonathan Gray (eds). Keywords in Media Studies (FORTHCOMING). New York: NYU Press. [Details]
Diane Negra and Suzanne Leonard (2015) 'Stardom and Celebrity' In: Mary Celeste Kearney and Michael Kackman (eds). The Craft of Criticism: Critical Media Studies in Practice. New York: Routledge. [Details]
Diane Negra (2015) 'The Making, Unmaking and Remaking of Robsten' In: Shelley Cobb; Neil Ewen (eds). First Comes Love: Power Couples, Celebrity Kinship and Cultural Politics. London: Bloomsbury Academic. [Details]
Diane Negra (2015) 'After Ever After: Bethenny Frankel, Self-Branding and the 'New Intimacy of Work'' In: Elana Levine (eds). Cupcakes, Pinterest, Ladyporn: Feminized Popular Culture in the Early 21st Century. Chicago: University of Illinois. [Details]
Diane Negra and Yvonne Tasker (2015) 'Post-Race Discourse and the Re-Territorialization of White Masculinity' In: Sarah Banet Weiser, Herman Gray & Roopali Mukherjee (eds). Race Post-Race: Culture, Critique and the Color Line (FORTHCOMING). New York: NYU P. [Details]
Diane Negra (2015) 'The Ambivalent Irishness of Denis Leary and Kathy Griffin' In: Sean Redmond & P.David Marshall (eds). A Companion to Celebrity. Methuen: Wiley Blackwell. [Details]
Diane Negra and Suzanne Leonard (2015) 'After Ever After: Bethenny Frankel, Self-Branding and the New Intimacy of Work' In: Elana Levine (eds). Cupcakes, Pinterest, Ladyporn: Feminized Popular Culture in the Early 21st Century. Champaign: U of Illinois P. [Details]
Diane Negra (2015) 'The Making, Unmaking and Re-Making of Robsten' In: Shelley Cobb and Neil Ewen (eds). First Comes Love: Power Couples, Celebrity Kinship and Cultural Politics. New York: Bloomsbury. [Details]
Diane Negra and Jim Castonguay; Eds Hamilton Carroll and Liam Kennedy; (2014) 'Intimacy, Gender, and National Security in Homeland' In: Diane Negra and Jim Castonguay; Eds Hamilton Carroll and Liam Kennedy; (eds). The War on Terror and US Visual Culture. n/a: none. [Details]
(2014) 'Keeping Up With the Aspirations: Commercial Family Values, Second Generation Celebrity and the Kardashian Family Brand (with Maria Pramaggiore)' In: Brenda Weber (eds). Reality Gendervision: Decoding Gender in Transatlantic Reality TV. Durham: Duke U P. [Details]
(2014) 'Adjusting Men and Abiding Mammies: Gendering the Recession in Ireland' In: Conn Holohan & Tony Tracy (eds). Masculinity and Irish Popular Culture: Tiger's Tales. London: Palgrave. [Details]
Diane Negra (2013) 'Quality Postfeminism?: Sex and the Single Girl on HBO' In: Sue Thornham & Niall Richardson (eds). Film and Gender. London: Routledge. [Details]
Diane Negra (2013) 'Adjusting Men and Abiding Mammies: Gendering the Recession in Ireland' In: Tony Tracy and Conn Holohan (eds). Tiger Tales: Irish Masculinity and Culture 1990-2010. London: Palgrave. [Details]
Diane Negra & Maria Pramaggiore; (2012) 'Keeping Up with the Aspirations: Commercial Family Values, Second Generation Celebrity and the Kardashian Family Brand' In: Brenda Weber (eds). Reality Gendervision: Decoding Gender in Transatlantic Reality TV. Durham: Duke University Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2011) 'Immigrant Stardom in Imperial America: Pola Negri and the Problem of Typology' In: Diane Negra; (eds). Blackwell's History of American Film. Methuen, Massachusetts: Wiley-Blackwell. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2010) 'Michael Moore' In: Yvonne Tasker (eds). Fifty Contemporary Filmmakers. London: Routledge Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2009) 'Irishness, Anger and Masculinity in Recent Film and Television' In: Diane Negra; (eds). Screening Irish-America: A Reader. London: Irish Academic Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2009) 'Time Crisis and the Postfeminist Heterosexual Economy' In: Diane Negra; (eds). Hetero: Queering Representations of Straightness. Albany, New York: SUNY Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2007) 'Eroticism and the Postfeminist Melancholic' In: Alejandro Cervantes-Carson & Nick Rumens (eds). The Sexual Politics of Desire and Belonging: Interdisciplinary Readings on Sex and Sexuality. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2007) '1981: Movies Go Back to the Future' In: Diane Negra; (eds). American Cinema of the 1980s: Themes and Variations. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2007) 'Fantasy, Celebrity and "Fantasy Values" in High-End and Special Event Tourism in Ireland' In: Diane Negra; (eds). Irish Postmodernisms and Popular Culture. London: Palgrave MacMillan. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2007) 'An American Werewolf in London' In: Diane Negra; (eds). America First: Naming the Nation in US Film. London: Routledge Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2006) 'Romance And/As Tourism: Heritage Whiteness and the (Inter)National Imaginary in the New Woman's Film' In: Diane Negra; (eds). Transnational Cinema: The Film Reader. London: Rodopi. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2004) '"Queen of the Indies:" Parker Posey's Niche Stardom and the Taste Cultures of Independent Film' In: Diane Negra; (eds). Contemporary American Independent Film: From the Margins to the Mainstream. London: Routledge Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2004) 'Irishness, Innocence and American Identity Politics Before and After September 11' In: Diane Negra; (eds). Keeping It Real: Irish Film and Television. London: Wallflower Press. [Details]
Diane Negra and Walter Metz; (2004) 'The Gump-ification of Academia?: Teaching the Ideological Analysis of Popular Film and Television' In: Diane Negra and Walter Metz; (eds). Visual Media and the Humanities: A Pedagogy of Representation. Knoxville, Tennessee: University of Tennessee Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2002) 'The Fictionalized Ethnic Biography: Nita Naldi and the Crisis of Assimilation' In: Diane Negra; (eds). American Silent Film: Discovering Marginalized Voices. Carbondale, Illinois: Southern Illinois University Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2002) 'Re-Made for Television: Hedy Lamarr's Postwar Star Textuality' In: Diane Negra; (eds). Small Screens, Big Ideas: Television in the 1950s. London: IB Tauris/St. Martin's. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2001) 'Romance And/As Tourism: Heritage Whiteness and the (Inter)National Imaginary in the New Woman's Film' In: Diane Negra; (eds). Keyframes: Popular Cinema and Cultural Studies. London: Routledge Press. [Details]
Diane Negra; (1999) 'Titanic, Survivalism and the Millennial Myth' In: Diane Negra; (eds). Titanic: Anatomy of a Blockbuster. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press. [Details]
 

Peer Reviewed Journals

Diane Negra; Jorie Lagerwey (2015) 'In Focus: Analyzing Homeland'. Cinema Journal, 54.4 (Summer 2015). [Details]
Diane Negra; Jorie Lagerwey (2015) 'Female-Centred TV in an Age of Precarity'. Genders, . [Details]
Alan Nadel & Diane Negra (2014) 'Neoliberalism, Magical Thinking and Silver Linings Playbook'. Narrative, 22 (3):312-332. [Details]
Diane Negra (2014) 'Claiming Feminism: Commentary, Autobiography and Advice Literature for Women in the Recession'. Journal of Gender Studies, . [Details]
Diane Negra and Yvonne Tasker (2013) 'Neoliberal Frames and Genres of Inequality: Recession-Era Chick Flicks and Male-Centered Corporate Melodrama'. European Journal of Cultural Studies, . [Details]
Diane Negra (2013) 'Claiming Feminism: Commentary, Autobiography and Advice Literature for Women in the Recession'. Journal of Gender Studies, 23 (3):275-286. [Details]
Diane Negra (2013) 'Gender Bifurcation in the Recession Economy: Extreme Couponing and Gold Rush Alaska'. Cinema Journal, 53 (1):124-131. [Details]
Diane Negra (2013) 'Adjusting Men and Abiding Mammies: Gendering the Recession in Ireland'. Irish Review, 46 . [Details]
Diane Negra, Kirsten Pike & Emma Radley; (2013) 'Gendering the Nation on Reality TV'. Television and New Media, . [Details]
Diane Negra; (2012) 'On Not Watching Oprah: Transnational Postfeminism and Daytime Television in Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland'. Celebrity Studies, 3 (1):112-115. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2012) 'Review Essay on Christine Becker's It's Not the Pictures That Got Small: Hollywood Film Stars on Fifties Television'. Cinema Journal, 51 (3). [Details]
Diane Negra; (2010) 'Picturing Family Values'. The Velvet Light Trap, 65 :60-61. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2010) 'Urban Space, Luxury Retailing and the New Irishness'. Cultural Studies, :836-853. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2009) 'Failing Women: Hollywood and Its Chick Flick Audience'. The Velvet Light Trap, 64 :91-92. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2008) 'Structural Integrity, Historical Reversion and the Post-9/11 Chick Flick'. Feminist Media Studies, 8 (1). [Details]
Diane Negra and Yvonne Tasker; (2006) 'Postfeminism and the Archive for the Future'. Camera Obscura, 62 (21):170-176. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2004) 'Quality Postfeminism?: Sex and the Single Girl on HBO'. Genders, 39 . [Details]
Diane Negra; (2002) 'Ethnic Food Fetishism, Whiteness and Nostalgia in Recent Film and Television'. The Velvet Light Trap, 50 :62-76. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2002) 'Immigrant Stardom in Imperial America: Pola Negri and the Problem of Typology'. Camera Obscura, 48 :159-195. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2001) 'The New Primitives: Irishness in Recent US Television'. Irish Studies Review, 9 (2):229-239. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2001) 'Consuming Ireland: Lucky Charms Cereal, Irish Spring Soap, and 1-800-SHAMROCK'. Cultural Studies, 15 (1):76-97. [Details]

Other Journals

Diane Negra and Jorie Lagerwey (2015) 'Case Study: Homeland' Cinema Journal . [Details]
Diane Negra (2014) 'Review of Sinead Moynihan's Other People's Diasporas: Negotiating Race in Contemporary Irish and Irish American Culture' Journal of American Studies 48 (4) :1129-1131. [Details]
(2013) 'Gendering the Nation on Reality TV' Television and New Media 14 (3) . [Details]
Diane Negra and Julia Leyda (2012) 'Everybody Gets Wet?: Class, Race and Region after Superstorm Sandy' Antenna: Responses to Media and Culture . [Details]
Diane Negra and Zelie Asava (2012) 'Race and Cinema' Oxford Bibliographies Online: Cinema and Media Studies . [Details]
Diane Negra and Zelie Asava; (2011) 'Race and Cinema' Oxford Bibliographies Online: Cinema and Media Studies . [Details]
Diane Negra; (2010) 'The Rise of the Short Single Film/TV Series Book' Times Higher Education Supplement :44-46. [Details]
Diane Negra; (2010) 'In Praise of Dwangela' Antenna: Responses to Media and Culture . [Details]
Diane Negra; (2010) 'Transforming the Academy's Female Winners into Losers' Antenna: Responses to Media and Culture . [Details]
Diane Negra; (2010) 'Over the Rainbow: Selling the National Lottery in Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland' Antenna: Responses to Media and Culture . [Details]
         

Newspaper Articles

Diane Negra; (2008) The Feminization of Crisis Celebrity. Newspaper Articles [Details]
Diane Negra; (2007) Postfeminism and the Contemporary University. Newspaper Articles [Details]
                                                                               

Research

Research Interests

Ongoing Supervision of Ph.D Students:


Jon Hozier-Byrne, "Funny White Men: New Formulations of Comedic Masculinity in Convergent Media"

Anthony McIntyre, "Leaning Towards the Horizontal: Niche Celebrity, Individuality, and Collectivism in the Early 21st Century" 

Sinead Molony, "Where the Girls Are So Pretty: Visual, Material and Performative Configurations of Women in Dublin"

Research Projects

Sponsor : University College Dublin (UCD)
Title : The Aesthetics and Affects of Cuteness
Start Date / End Date : 01-AUG-15 / 31-JAN-17
Sponsor : Enterprise Ireland (EI)
Title : Ex-Pat TV: Understanding Television in an Age of Global Mobility (EXPATTV)
Start Date / End Date : 26-JUN-15 / 25-MAR-16
Sponsor : University College Dublin (UCD)
Title : Neoliberalism and Reality TV
Start Date / End Date : 29-SEP-11 / 30-SEP-12
Sponsor : Enterprise Ireland (EI)
Title : Mediating the Recession
Start Date / End Date : 05-MAR-12 / 11-APR-12
Sponsor : Enterprise Ireland (EI)
Title : Mediating the Recession
Start Date / End Date : 14-APR-12 / 04-MAY-12
Sponsor : University College Dublin Foundation Ltd.
Title : Television Studies/Digital Culture Studies
Start Date / End Date : 01-JAN-11 / 31-DEC-11

Recent Postgraduates

At UCD:

Sinead Molony, "Re-Imagining Urban Femininity in Dublin, 1980-2010: Literary, Visual and Material Configurations"

Caitlin Lewis, "Irish Postfeminist Culture: Producing and Consuming Female Identity in Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland"


At the University of East Anglia:

Hannah Hamad, "Postfeminist Fatherhood and Contemporary Hollywood Stardom"

Louise Smith, "Negotiating the Lone Mother: Gender, Politics and Family Values in Contemporary Cinema"

Antonella Palmieri, "Passport to the Dream Factory: Hollywood and the Exotic Allure of Female Italian Ethnicity"