Rachel Fox

Associate Lecturer

Thesis Outline

My thesis is provisionally entitled: Frames and Cuts: Post-Millennial Representations of West Asian Female Identities.

I am investigating mediations of female identities in texts and media that represent West Asian women in the contemporary period, and exploring models of witnessing, visualising, and testimony.

Capturing Iraq: Optical Focalization in Contemporary War Cinematography
Fox, R. 10/01/2018 In: Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies. 20, 4, p. 470-487. 18 p.
Journal article

Frames and cuts: post-millennial representations of West Asian female identities
Fox, R. 2018 Lancaster University. 291 p.
Doctoral Thesis

Tom Sperlinger, Romeo and Juliet in Palestine: Teaching Under Occupation
Fox, R. 01/2017 In: Hong Kong Review of Books.
Book/Film/Article review

Writing Islam from a South Asian Muslim perspective: Rushdie, Hamid, Aslam, Shamsie. Madeline Clements.
Fox, R. 5/05/2016 In: Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies. 18, 5, 3 p.
Book/Film/Article review

Craig Thompson
Fox, R. 05/2016 In: The Literary Encyclopedia.
Entry for encyclopedia/dictionary

Craig Thompson: Habibi
Fox, R. 05/2016 In: The Literary Encyclopedia.
Entry for encyclopedia/dictionary

Mourning mothers in Iran: narratives and counter-narratives of grievability and martyrdom
Fox, R. 05/2016 In: Muslim mothering. Demeter Press p. 69-90. 22 p.
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Locating Fantastika, 7-8th July 2015. [Conference Report]
Fox, R. 2015
Other contribution

Separate and dominate: feminism and racism after the war on terror
Fox, R. 2015 In: PSA Newsletter. 15
Book/Film/Article review