Professor Kamilla Elliott

Professor of Literature and Media

Current Teaching

ENGL203 Victorian Literature

ENGL204 American Literature to 1900

ENGL208 Literature, Film, and Media

ENGL301 BA (Hons) dissertation

ENGL377 Literary Film Adaptations, Hollywood 1939

ENGL431 Literature and Film (MA)

ENGL427 Victorian Literature and Other Media (MA)

Also contributes lectures to ENGL100 (Introduction to English Literature), ENGL101 (World Literature), CREW103 (Introduction to Creative Writing), and ENGL207 (British Romanticism). Teaches Project Based Learning modules for ENGL100.

The Rhetoric of Media Relations
Invited talk

Refiguring Adaptation Studies
Invited talk

Unfilmable Books
Invited talk

Refiguring Adaptation Studies
Invited talk

Theorizing Adaptation/Adapting Theorization’
Invited talk

Dickens after Dickens
Invited talk

The progress of Victorian picture identification: A blessing or a curse?
Invited talk

Naming Authorial Faces
Invited talk

Facial Inscription in the Works of Charles Dickens
Invited talk

‘The Adaptation as Critic: Creative Critical Modes of Assessment in Adaptation Pedagogy’
Invited talk

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (External organisation)
Member of an organisation

The Art of Identification: Image and Identification
Participation in conference

Ad-app-tation and Perception--keynote
Invited talk

MA lecture/seminar series, 'Jekyll and Hyde Adapted'
Public Lecture/ Debate/Seminar

Public lecture: Ad-app-ting the British Literary Canon
Invited talk

Linnaeus University (External organisation)
Member of an organisation

Palgrave Studies in Adaptation and Visual Culture (External organisation)
Member of an organisation

Ad-app-ting the Canon
Invited talk

Authors and the World Symposium
Participation in conference

Portraiture: Exchanges, Debates, Performances 1700-1840
Participation in conference

Adaptation and Figuration
Invited talk

Association of Adaptation Studies (External organisation)
Member of an organisation

Faces and Places: The Victorian Gentleman’s Progress
Invited talk

Adaptation and Theorization
Invited talk

Theories of Novel-to-Film Adaptation and Transcultural Adaptation
Invited talk

Film Adaptation: A Dialogue among Approaches
Participation in conference

Almost Alice: Tie-in Merchandise for Walt Disney’s and Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland (2010)
Invited talk

Dickens Readers Day
Public Lecture/ Debate/Seminar

7th annual Association of Adaptation Studies Conference, York University
Participation in conference

Dickens, Early Film, and the 1912 Centenary
Invited talk

Unfilmable Books
Invited talk

The Transformation of Adaptation Studies, 2000-2011
Invited talk

Beyond Adaptation
Invited talk

“The Picture of Dorian Gray and the Rise of Mass Picture Identification”
Invited talk

Liberty and Its Histories: A Symposium with Quentin Skinner
Participation in conference

Theorizing Adaptation
Invited talk

SCMS Conference
Participation in conference

Adaptation: A Dialogue Between the Sciences and Humanities
Invited talk

Literature Film Quarterly (Journal)
Editorial activity

Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance (Journal)
Editorial activity

Monstrous Media Conference
Participation in conference

The Filming of the Shrew, 1908, 1929, and 1967
Invited talk

Gothic Portrait Identification
Invited talk

Unfilmable Books
Invited talk

Adaptation (Journal)
Editorial activity

Jim Welsh Prize for long-term excellence in adaptation studies
Prize (including medals and awards)

shortlisted for the Allan Lloyd Smith prize
Prize (including medals and awards)

  • Creative-Critical Writing
  • Gothic and Science Fiction
  • Literature, the Arts, Media and Performance