Teresa Forde


NameTeresa Forde
Job titleAssistant Head of Discipline/Senior Lecturer in Media Studies
Research instituteCollege of Arts, Humanities and Education
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-1890-4695

Research outputs

Narratives of Institutional Racism and Social Critique in Contemporary UK Television Drama

Forde, Teresa 2021. Narratives of Institutional Racism and Social Critique in Contemporary UK Television Drama. in: Routledge.

Marion Adnams and the Margins of Surrealism

Forde, T. 2021. Marion Adnams and the Margins of Surrealism.

Co-curation as feminist practice: exhibiting the work of Marion Adnams

Forde, T. 2021. Co-curation as feminist practice: exhibiting the work of Marion Adnams. Journal of Visual Arts Practice. https://doi.org/10.1080/14702029.2021.1925852

Finding the artist: The role of the feminist detective

Forde, T. 2020. Finding the artist: The role of the feminist detective. MAI: COVID-19 Crisis-Connection-Culture.

The Marion Adnams project

Forde, T. 2020. The Marion Adnams project. Derby City Council.

The legacy of Mad Men: cultural history, intermediality and American television

McNally, K, Forde, T., Marcellus, J and Fairclough, K 2019. The legacy of Mad Men: cultural history, intermediality and American television. Palgrave Macmillan.

Afterword: Reading mad men in the era of Trump

Forde, T. and McNally, Karen 2019. Afterword: Reading mad men in the era of Trump. in: Palgrave Macmillan.

Olivia Dunham and the new frontier in fringe

Forde, T. 2019. Olivia Dunham and the new frontier in fringe. in: McFarland.

Entries on the L word and true blood

Forde, T. 2018. Entries on the L word and true blood. in: Syracuse University Press..

Defining the female artist: Marion Adnams and surrealism

Forde, T. 2018. Defining the female artist: Marion Adnams and surrealism.

Découverte de l’artiste’ (discovering the artist): Finding Marion Adnams through her work with a focus on ‘Infante égarée

Forde, T. 2018. Découverte de l’artiste’ (discovering the artist): Finding Marion Adnams through her work with a focus on ‘Infante égarée.

Marion Adnams: A singular woman

Forde, T., Wood, Val and Bamford, Lucy 2017. Marion Adnams: A singular woman. Derby Museum and Art Gallery.

Rory Williams: The boy who waited

Forde, T. 2016. Rory Williams: The boy who waited. in: Leitch, G. and Ginn, S. (ed.) Who Travels with the Doctor? Essays on the Companions of Doctor Who McFarland Press.

Solaris - Lem/Tarkovsky/Soderbergh: adaptations in space

Forde, T. 2013. Solaris - Lem/Tarkovsky/Soderbergh: adaptations in space. in: Science Fiction across Media: Adaptation/Novelization Gylphi.

You anorak: the Doctor Who experience and experiencing Doctor Who

Forde, T. 2013. You anorak: the Doctor Who experience and experiencing Doctor Who. in: Booth, P. (ed.) Fan Phenomena: Doctor Who Intellect.

Strange days: might as well face it you're addicted

Forde, T. 2012. Strange days: might as well face it you're addicted. in: Lee, J. (ed.) Cultures of Addiction Cambria Press.

The Orrery/The Orrery: between image and object

Forde, T. 2012. The Orrery/The Orrery: between image and object.

The sunshine soundtrack as aural attraction

Forde, T. 2011. The sunshine soundtrack as aural attraction. New Review of Film and Television Studies. 9 (1), pp. 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1080/17400309.2011.521719

Television dramas as memory screens

Forde, T. 2011. Television dramas as memory screens. Image & Narrative.
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