Black Irish: An analysis of The Public Enemy (1931) as an Irish-American gangster film in comparison to modern Hollywood portrayals of ethnic violence
Trinity College Dublin
(at time of presentation)
Stephen Boyd is a lecturer in Media Studies, Visual Culture, Popular Culture and Non-Western Cinema at the Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin and is also a PhD student at Trinity College Dublin. His most recent publication is is entitled ‘Surfing a Postnationalist Wave: Surfing and Irish Popular Culture’.