From Waste to Worth: the Politics of Self-Sacrifice in H3
Trinity College Dublin
(at time of presentation)
Aileen Blaney has a background in film studies and received her PhD from Trinity College Dublin. She was a Korean government postdoctoral scholar and has taught in the areas of film and visual media. Her publications have appeared in leading journals including History & Memory, the European Journal of Cultural Studies, Journal of Visual and Image Studies and European Journal of Women’s Studies, in addition to several edited collections. As a creative producer and content writer with Pivotal Arts Studio (formerly FOMACS), in Dublin, she has worked across a range of creative arts projects uniting public curation and education, visual media and ethnography.
Blaney. A., 2006. From waste to worth: the politics of self-sacrifice in H3 In: K. Rockett and J. Hill, ed. National Cinemas and World Cinema: Studies in Irish Film 3. Dublin: Four Courts Press.
Blaney. A., 2008. All's Fair in Love and War? Representations of Prison Life in Silent Grace? European Journal of Women's Studies 15.4.