Milne, L. (2016). An Arte-Factual Tale Diorama (2016) By Emma Finn
Edinburgh Artists' Moving Image Festival (EAMIF) catalogue essay.
Scott, A. (2017). Re-examining the aims and context of Raffles' photographic practice. In Franki Raffles: Observing Women at Work, 15-23. ISBN 978-0-9567646-6-9
No abstract available.
Cavers, C. (2017). Assam The Language of Tea: A familial re-purposing. In IX Chobi Mela 2017ISBN 978-984-34-1915-6
Assam, the Language of Tea: A Familial Repurposing, by Colin Cavers, is a postcolonial investigation of his colonial past by revisiting his portrait of tea pluckers project in...
Milne, L. (2017). Heroes, Monsters and Horned Men: On the Syntax and Evolution of Mythological Image-Constellations. In M. Lisiecki, L. Milne, & N. Yanchevskaja (Eds.), Power and Speech: Mythology of the Social and the Sacred, 117-162. Toruń, POland: EIKON
Macleod, K. (2015). You Play Your Part – Older Women on Screen and in Production. In Media, Margins And Popular Culture, 28-40. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-1-137-51280-2, 978-1-137-51281-9
This chapter draws on the author’s practice-led research in community-based media to explore how participatory production techniques and strategies create opportunities to inc...
P. Holmes (Ed.), (2015). Outside the Box
A monograph devoted to Paul Holmes's video work Outside the Box, featuring jazz musician Haftor Medbøe and his band. Contains an essay on the work by Louise S. Milne, photogra...
MacPherson, R. (2015). Peripheral visions? Alternative film in a stateless nation. In C. Atton (Ed.), The Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media, 268-277. Routledge
Scotland is a small, stateless nation whose mainstream media and national cinema have generally been positioned by media scholars as constituting an alternative to the UK’s m...
MacPherson, R. (2014). Radical and Engaged Cinema in Scotland. In Directory of World Cinema ScotlandIntellect
A short history of radical and engaged films and filmmakers in Scotland from 1917 to the present.
Supartono, A. (2014). After Image: Is there such a thing as Southeast Asian photography. In Afterimage: Contemporary Photography in Southeast Asia, 14-19. ISBN 9789810922177
After Image: is there such a thing as Southeast Asian photography?
MacPherson, R. (2012). Scottish cinema – myth and reality from Hollywood to Holyrood. In E. Bell, & N. Mitchell (Eds.), Directory of World Cinema: BritainIntellect ltd
Introductory essay on Scottish Cinema for Scotland section of Directory of World Cinema: Britain
Gillanders, R., & Winton, E. (2011). Photography At Edinburgh Napier University : A Retrospective 2012. Edinburgh Napier University
Edinburgh Napier University is delighted to host a reunion of alumni, to celebrate more than 35 years of its Photography and Film programmes.
Photography has a long history at...
Gillanders, R. (2009). Highland Journey: In the Spirit of Edwin Muir. Birlinn
This book comprises a collection of 50 black and white photographs, together with biographical or descriptive details of subjects chosen during a ninety day journey in 2006, b...
Naruyste, A. (2006). Photography as a contemporary art medium. In M. Vytautas (Ed.), Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis: Mediju studijos: filosofija, komunikacija, menas/Media Studies: Philosophy, Communication, Art, 149-173. Vilniaus dailes akademijos leidykla
McGrath, R. (2006). History read backward: memory, migration and the archive. In A. Grossman, & A. O'Brien (Eds.), Projecting Migration: Transcultural Documentary Practice, 36-52. Wallflower Press
Drawing on recent cross-cultural debates in theories and practices of media representation and difference in the fields of cultural studies and visual anthropology, this work ...
McGrath, R. (2005). Moving pictures: gender and the visualisation of life. In A. Patrizio, & D. Kemp (Eds.), Anatomy Acts: How we Come to Know Ourselves, 63-77. Birlinn Press