Craig Wallace
20182023

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Research Focus

Dr. Wallace's research has focused on depictions of landscape, archaeology, and folklore in British television of the 1960s and 70s. He also has research interests in ghost stories and early cinema. Publications include: ‘The “Carefully-Constructed Screen”: Phantasmagorical Strata in the Ghost Stories of M.R. James’ in Excavating Modernity: Physical, Temporal and Psychological Strata in Literature, 1900-1930 (Routledge, 2018); ‘The “old, primeval ‘demon’ of the place opening half an eye”: Penda’s Fen and the legend of the sleeping king’ and ‘To make visible the inner state: Penda’s Fen and the Films of Carl Theodor Dreyer’ in Of Mud and Flame: A Penda’s Fen Sourcebook (Strange Attractor Press, 2019); ‘Now Then: Non-Linear Time in the Novels of Alan Garner’ in Just in Time: Theorizing the Contemporary (Mimesis International, 2023); and ‘Cries and Whispers: Landscape and Sound in The Owl Service and Red Shift’ in Haunted Soundtracks: AV Cultures of Memory, Landscape and Sound (Bloomsbury, 2023).

Teaching

Module Convenor:

FLM3032 British Film: Mainstream and Fringe

FLM2001 Hollywood Cinema 1

BCP7004 Media and Broadcast Analysis

 

Teaching Assistant:

Film Studies:

FLM3034 Cinema, Realism and Modernism

FLM3024 Film and Music: Theory and Criticism

FLM3019 Hollywood Cinema 2

FLM2015 Cinema and Modernism

FLM2014 Film and Sound: History and Theory

FLM2013 World Cinema

FLM2012 Documentary Film Studies

FLM2007 Film Authorship

FLM1002 Introduction to Film Studies 2

FLM1001 Introduction to Film Studies 1

Broadcast Production:

BCP2004 Popular Genres

BCP1003 Broadcast Analysis 2

BCP1001 Broadcast Analysis 1

English:

ENG2050 Reading Revolutions: The English Bible, Medieval to Early Modern

ENG2041 Havoc and Rebellion: Reading and Writing in Late Medieval England

ENG2040 Late Medieval Literature

ENG1006 Sounds of the City: Belfast and Beyond

ENG1001 English in Transition

Achievements

Craig holds a PhD in English from Queen's University Belfast. In 2014 he co-organised the academic conference 'A Fiend in the Furrows: Perspectives on Folk Horror in Literature, Film and Music'. 

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