Currently browsing: Items authored or edited by Mark Fryers https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9392-6723

11 items in this list.
Generated on Fri Jul 12 14:47:09 2024 BST.

Jump to:

2024 | 2022 | 2021 | 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2014

2024To Top

2022To Top

Fryers, Mark (2022). Children’s maritime television in Britain: Environment, representation and identity. In: Olson, Debbie and Schober, Adrian eds. Children, Youth and International Television. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 91–110.

2021To Top

Fryers, Mark (2021). ‘It’s not ghosts, it’s history’: The Sonic Tradition of British Horror Television. In: Abbott, Stacey and Jowett, Lorna eds. Global TV Horror. Cardiff: The University of Wales Press, pp. 33–48.

2020To Top

Fryers, Mark (2020). ‘An Impulse of Anger, Instantly Regretted’: Rebellion and Reaction in the early 1960s Naval Film. In: Petrie, Duncan; Williams, Melanie and Mayne, Laura eds. Sixties British Cinema Reconsidered. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 209–222.

Fryers, Mark (2020). Thalassophobia: Jaws (1975) and the Nautical Spaces of Horror. In: Pascuzzi, Francesco and Waters, Sandra eds. The Spaces and Places of Horror. Critical Media Studies. Wilmington, Delaware: Vernon Press, pp. 127–144.

2019To Top

Fryers, Mark (2019). 'I will not fight for my country...for my ship...my King...or Captain': Redefining Imperial Masculinities in To the Ends of the Earth. In: Byrne, Katherine; Leggott, James and Taddeo, Julie Anne eds. Conflicting Masculinities: Men in Period Television Drama. London; New York: I. B. Tauris, pp. 35–51.

2018To Top

Fryers, Mark (2018). Songs of the sea: sea beasts and maritime folklore in global animation. In: Hackett, John and Harrington, Seán eds. Beasts of the Deep: Sea Creatures and Popular Culture. East Barnet: John Libbey Publishing Ltd, pp. 185–198.

2014To Top

Fryers, Mark (2014). "It’s not the navy—we don’t stand backwards to stand upwards": The Onedin Line and the Changing Waters of British Maritime Identity. In: Leggott, James and Taddeo, Julie eds. Upstairs and Downstairs: British Costume Drama Television from The Forsyte Saga to Downton Abbey. London: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 139–151.

Export

Subscribe to these results

get details to embed this page in another page Embed as feed [feed] Atom [feed] RSS 1.0 [feed] RSS 2.0