Isabel Coixet and sensual cinema.”
Trinity College Dublin
(at time of presentation)
Jennie Rothwell is completing her PhD in the Department of Hispanic Studies, Trinity College Dublin. Her thesis focuses on director Isabel Coixet and issues of authorship in contemporary cinema.
Her research interests include film authorship, adaptation, co-productions, transnational cinema and star studies and translation. Jennie has published her work in the Journal of Catalan Studies and has contributed to (Re)viewing Creative, Critical and Commercial Practices in Contemporary Spanish Cinema (Bristol: Intellect, in press). In 2013, Jennie co-organised the conference Women Then and Now in Spanish Theatre, Cinema and Television at the Trinity Long Room Hub. A conference publication is in progress.
Jennie works as a translator and has published translations of literature, author interviews and academic articles.
Jennie can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Spanish-English translator of literature and academic articles
Forthcoming as “The Everyday Affect: Isabel Coixet and the Five Senses” in Wheeler, Duncan and Fernando Canet Centellas (eds.), (Re)viewing Creative, Critical and Commercial Practices in Contemporary Spanish Cinema, Bristol: Intellect, 2014 (in press)