'Did You Ever Notice this Dot in the Mediterranean?' Colonial Cyprus in the Post-war British Documentary,' Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television, 35/2 (2015), 215-239.
'Steeped in Tradition, Seized By Change': Swinging London and the American Reception of Tom Jones (1963)'. The Journal of Popular Culture 47/2 (2014), 361- 380.
'Hollywood's Middle Ages: The Script Development of Knights of the Round Table and Ivanhoe, 1935-53'. Exemplaria: A Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 21/4 (2009), 399-418.
'The Runaway Bribe? American Film Production in Britain and the Eady Levy'. The Journal of British Cinema and Television, 6/1 (2009), 1-20.
''Blocked' Currency, Runaway Production in Britain and Captain Horatio Hornblower (1951)', Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television, 28/3 (2008), 335-51.
Making Headlines in a State of Emergency: The Case of the Times of Cyprus, 1955-1960, The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 45/1 (2017)
'Visualising Empire: Cyprus and the Colonial Travelogue Film in the 1920s'. Journal of Balkan and Near East Studies, 22/5 (2020)
'Conflict, Community and the "National" Audience: Remembering Turkish Cypriot Cinemagoing in 1950s Nicosia', Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 44/4 (2020). Co-written with Barcin Bogac.
'Unproductive co-production: European integration, the British film industry, and the Franco-British Co-production Agreement of 1965', Journal of British Cinema and Television (acccepted)
'An Island That's Hardly Known' Cyprus (1929) and the Showcasing of Empire. Early Cinema in the Balkans and the Near East, National and Kapodistrian University, Athens, June 2015.
'Watching History on TV: Remediation in Historical Film', European Network For Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Charles University, Prague, June 2013.
'Performance, Aging and Masculinity in the Very Late Films of John Gielgud', Screen Studies Conference, University of Glasgow, July 2010.
'Packaging History: Genre, Historical Cinema and DVD Bonus Material. European Network For Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Kadir Has University, Istanbul, June 2010.
'The Importance of Seeming British: Lawrence of Arabia, the Eady Levy and the Board of Trade', David Lean Centenary Conference, Queen Mary College, University of London, July 2008.
'The Flattering Promise of Cultural Benison': Gulliver's Travels (1996), American Audiences and British Critics'. Television Without Borders, University of Reading, July 2008.
'Lawrence is a Sword With Two Edges': Lawrence of Arabia, American Foreign Policy and the Third World'. International Association for Media and History Annual Conference, University of Amsterdam, July 2007.
'T.E. Lawrence in Hollywood: Lawrence of Arabia, Anglo-American Relations and the Ends of Empire'. Eminent Europeans Conference, Kings College, London, May 2007.
'The 'Frozen Coin' Game: Blocked Currency and American Production in Britain During the Early 1950s'. British Screens Now Conference, University of Manchester, September 2006.
'The Runaway Bribe? American Film Production in Britain and the Eady Levy, 1950-64'. Institute of Historical Research Film History Seminar, University of London, November 2006.
'We can't all be lion tamers': Lawrence of Arabia, Hollywood and the End of Empire'. Film and Television Studies Speaker Series, University of East Anglia, January 2006.
'Anglophilia and the Middle Ages in Hollywood: The Case of Knights of the Round Table'. Collective Memory and the Uses of the Past Conference, University of East Anglia, July 2006.
'Inventing England: Hollywood and the English Past'. Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism Annual Conference, London School of Economics, March 2006.
'Anglophilia, Anglophobia and the Middle Ages in Hollywood'. MeCCSA/AMPE Joint National Conference, Leeds Metropolitan University, January 2006.
'Americanization and the Hollywood-English Historical Drama in Postwar Britain'. Media in Postwar Britain Conference, University of Westminster, June 2004.
'Domination and Dependency: The British Film Industry in the 1990s'. Film Studies Association of Canada Annual Conference, University of Toronto, May 2002.
'A more permanent world': Quo Vadis (1951), runaway production and the internationalisation of Hollywood. Henryk Sienkiewicz's Quo vadis? Inspirations, Contexts, Reception, University of Rome Sapienza, November 2016
Historical Film: A Critical Introduction (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013).
Hollywood and the Invention of England: Projecting the English Past in American Cinema, 1930-2017 (London/New York: Bloomsbury, 2019).
'Film Follows the Flag: Cultural and Economic Relations Between the British Film Industry and Hollywood'. In Steve Marsh and Robert M. Hendershot (eds.) Culture Matters: Anglo-American Relations and the Intangibles of ‘Specialness’ (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020).
‘“A more permanent world”: Quo Vadis (1951), Runaway Production, and the Internationalisation of Hollywood’. In Maria Wyke and Monika Wozniak (eds), Quo vadis? The Novel of Neronian Rome and its Multimedial Transformations (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020).
Recent research projects have focussed on: 1) historical films and the representation of history, particularly in American and British cinema, 2) the cultural and economic relationships between the British and American film industries, 3) the role of media in the British Empire, particularly in Cyprus.
I am currently undertaking research on the representation of the recent past in American film and Television, British film policy and European integration, and historical cinema audiences in Cyprus.