Dr Katherine Whitehurst PhD

Lecturer Communication and Media

    Publications

    2021

    Youth Films and the Nation: Imagining Obama's American Foreign Policy in Disney’s Moana (Journal article)

    Whitehurst, K. (2021). Youth Films and the Nation: Imagining Obama's American Foreign Policy in Disney’s Moana. Narrative Culture. doi:10.13110/narrcult.8.1.0155

    DOI: 10.13110/narrcult.8.1.0155

    2019

    Genre and Female Ageing in Two Contemporary Filmic Adaptations of “Snow White” (Journal article)

    Whitehurst, K. F. (2019). Genre and Female Ageing in Two Contemporary Filmic Adaptations of “Snow White”. Age, Culture, Humanities, (4). Retrieved from https://ageculturehumanities.org/

    2018

    The Aged Woman as Specter in Two Filmic Adaptations of “Snow White” (Journal article)

    Whitehurst, K. F. (2018). The Aged Woman as Specter in Two Filmic Adaptations of “Snow White”. Marvels and Tales: journal of fairy-tale studies, 32(2), 388-405. doi:10.13110/marvelstales.32.2.0388

    DOI: 10.13110/marvelstales.32.2.0388

    Growing Up in Magical Time: Representations of Female Growth and Development in ABC's Once Upon a Time (Journal article)

    Whitehurst, K. F. (2018). Growing Up in Magical Time: Representations of Female Growth and Development in ABC's Once Upon a Time. Narrative Culture, 5(1), 1-14. doi:10.13110/narrcult.5.1.0001

    DOI: 10.13110/narrcult.5.1.0001

    Review: Television Antiheroines: Women Behaving Badly in Crime and Prison Drama, Milly Buonanno (Ed.) (2017) (Book Review)

    Whitehurst, K. F. (2018). Review: Television Antiheroines: Women Behaving Badly in Crime and Prison Drama, Milly Buonanno (Ed.) (2017). Journal of Popular Television, 6(1), 137-139.

    2017

    Stories of Motherhood and Ageing in ABC’s Television Programme Once Upon a Time (Chapter)

    Whitehurst, K. (2017). Stories of Motherhood and Ageing in ABC’s Television Programme Once Upon a Time. In Ageing Women in Literature and Visual Culture (pp. 129-145). Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-63609-2_8

    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-63609-2_8