Projects per year
EN11003 Reading the Screen
EN21003 Classic Hollywood Cinema
EN12005 Perspectives and Movements in Cinema
EN22004 Film Noir
EN32020 Film Art
EN31024 Staging Cultures: Renaissance to Restoration Theatre
EN41028 Shakespearean Stars: the Corpus on Screen
- Shakespeare and Early Modern drama in performance
- Renaissance and Restoration theatre
- Stardom and Celebrity
- Performance and the archive
- Filmic autobiography
Jennifer's research focuses on early modern performance studies and appropriations of ‘Shakespeare’ on stage and screen from the Restoration period through to contemporary performance. She is particularly interested in the cinematic adaptation of early modern drama and in theories of stardom and celebrity. This informs her current work on the concept of Shakespearean stardom. Other research interests include the relationship between performance and the archive, the intersection of film and autobiography and overlaps between early modern medical discourses and ideas about acting.
Performing Illness: Exploring the Therapeutic and Educational Benefits of Performance in Graphic Medicine (SGSAH Doctoral Training Partnership - Joint with University of Glasgow)
1/10/15 → 26/05/18
Barnes, J., 31 Aug 2017, Exeter : Bill Douglas Cinema Museum.
Research output: Other contribution
Barnes, J., Jul 2017, United Kingdom: Cambridge University. 226 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Book
Barnes, J., 3 Feb 2014, Shakespeare on screen: Macbeth. Hatchuel, S., Vienne-Guerrin, N. & Bladen, V. (eds.). First ed. France: Presses universitaires de Rouen et du Havre, (Shakespears on screen).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter (peer-reviewed) › peer-review
Barnes, J., 2012, In: Shakespeare Bulletin. 30, 3, p. 263-297 35 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review