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Thornham, Sue (2019) Spaces of women's cinema: space, place and genre in contemporary women's filmmaking. BFI Bloomsbury, London and New York. ISBN 9781844579129

Thornham, Sue (2019) ‘I’m not your mother.’ British social realism, neoliberalism and the maternal subject in Sally Wainwright’s Happy Valley (BBC 2014-16). Feminist Theory. ISSN 1464-7001

Thornham, Sue (2019) Beyond Bluebeard: feminist nostalgia and Top of the Lake (2013). Feminist Media Studies, 19 (1). pp. 102-117. ISSN 1468-0777

Thornham, Sue (2017) Reflections on equality, diversity and gender at the end of a media studies headship. Television and New Media, 18 (7). pp. 689-696. ISSN 1527-4764

Thornham, Sue (2016) Space, place and realism: Red road and the gendering of a cinematic history. Feminist Media Histories, 2 (2). pp. 133-154. ISSN 2373-7492

Thornham, Sue (2016) ‘Not a country at all’: landscape and Wuthering Heights. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 13 (1). pp. 214-231. ISSN 1743-4521

Thornham, Sue (2015) On 'Visual pleasure and narrative cinema'. Feminist Media Studies, 15 (5). pp. 881-884. ISSN 1468-0777

Thornham, Sue (2013) Rebranding feminism: post-feminism, popular culture and the Academy. In: Thornham, Helen and Weissman, Elke (eds.) Renewing feminisms: radical narratives, fantasies and futures in Media Studies. I B Tauris, London and New York, pp. 32-46. ISBN 978-1848858251

Thornham, Sue (2013) 'A hatred so intense…' 'We need to talk about Kevin', postfeminism and women’s cinema. Sequence: serial studies in Media, Film and Music, 2 (1). ISSN 2052-3033

Thornham, Sue (2012) What if I had been the hero?: investigating women's cinema. British Film Institute, London. ISBN 9781844573639

Thornham, Sue (2011) Feminism and postmodernism. In: Sim, S (ed.) Routledge Companion to Postmodernism (3rd Edition). Taylor and Francis (Routledge), London, pp. 37-49. ISBN 9780415583329

Thornham, Sue (2011) Postmodernism and feminism. In: Sim, S and Unset (eds.) The Routledge companion to postmodernism. Routledge, London, pp. 37-49. ISBN 9780415583329

Thornham, Sue (2011) Media and feminism. In: Curran, James (ed.) Media and society. Bloomsbury, London, pp. 63-82. ISBN 9780340984451

Thornham, Sue (2010) Unbridgeable gaps. Psychoanalysis Culture and Society, 15 (4). pp. 385-392. ISSN 1088-0763

Thornham, Sue and Pengpeng, Feng (2010) 'Just a Slogan': Individualism, post-feminism, and female subjectivity in consumerist China. Feminist Media Studies, 10 (2). 195 -211. ISSN 1468-0777

Thornham, Sue (2009) What if I had been the hero? On (post-)feminism, film and writing. In: Kara, N (ed.) Gender at the crossroads: multidisciplinary perspectives. Eastern Mediterranean University Press, Famagusta, North Cyprus, xv-xxvii. ISBN 9789758401703

Thornham, Prof Sue, Thornham, Prof Sue, Bassett, Dr Caroline and Morris, P, eds. (2009) Media Studies: A Reader. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 978-0-7486-3784-3

Bassett, Caroline (2009) The media studies: a reader. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748637843

Thornham, Sue (2008) "Feminist thoughts may cause resentment. We must be very careful with them." Three makeover stories. In: Caudwell, J, Redhead, S and Tomlinson, A (eds.) Relocating the leisure society: media, consumption and spaces. Leisure Studies Association, Eastbourne. ISBN 9781905369126

Thornham, Sue (2008) 'The importance of memory': an interview with Ai Xiaoming. In: Austin, Thomas and de Jong, Wilma (eds.) Rethinking documentary: new perspectives, new practices. Open University Press, Buckingham, pp. 178-188. ISBN 9780335221912

Thornham, Sue (2007) Women, feminism and media. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748620715

Thornham, Sue (2006) "Starting to feel like a chick": re-visioning romance in 'In the Cut'. Feminist Media Studies, 7 (1). pp. 33-46. ISSN 1468-0777

Thornham, Sue (2005) Media studies: women graduates and employability. In: Tessa Perkins Memorial Event, 14th Spetember 2005, Sheffield Hallam University,.

Thornham, Sue and Purvis, Tony (2004) Television Drama - Theories and Identities. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780333968888

Thornham, Sue and O'Sullivan, Tim (2004) Chasing the Real: 'Employability' and the Media Studies Curriculum. Media, Culture and Society, 26 (5). pp. 717-736. ISSN 0163-4437

Thornham, Sue (2003) 'A good body': the case of/for feminist media studies. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 6 (1). pp. 75-94. ISSN 1367-5494

Thornham, Sue (2003) Bridging the gap. In: Employability and the Media Studies Curriculum.

Thornham, Sue (2003) Keynote speaker. In: Advertising in China: 'Reading ads culturally', Setzuan International Studies University.

Thornham, Sue (2003) Media Studies in the UK. [Teaching Resource]

Thornham, Sue (2003) Western feminism and film: issues and debates. In: Invited speaker, Zhongshan University and Guangwei University, Guangzhou, China.

Thornham, Sue (2001) Second wave feminism. In: Gamble, S (ed.) The Routledge companion to feminism and postfeminism (2nd edition). Routledge, London, pp. 25-35. ISBN 9780415243100

Thornham, Sue (2000) Feminist theory and cultural studies. Arnold, London. ISBN 9780340718988

Thornham, Sue (2000) "The thief in the night": feminism and cultural studies. In: 4th European Feminist Research Conference: Body Gender and Subjectivity: Crossing Diciplinary and Institutional Borders, 28th September - 1st October 2000, Bologna, Italy.

Thornham, Prof Sue and Thornham, Prof Sue, eds. (1999) Feminist Film Theory: A Reader. Edinburgh University Press. ISBN 9780748609598

Thornham, Sue (1999) Feminism in film. In: Gamble, S (ed.) The Routledge companion to feminism and postfeminism (2nd edition). Routledge, London, pp. 75-83. ISBN 9780415243100

Thornham, Sue (1999) Introduction. In: Feminist film theory. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748609598

Thornham, Sue (1997) Passionate detachments: an introduction to feminist film theory. Hodder Arnold, London. ISBN 9780340652251

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