Books (see also my author page on Amazon):
- The Return of the Epic Film: Genre, Aesthetics and History in the 21st Century, ed. by Andrew B.R. Elliott (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2014). Now also available in paperback: order a copy here.
- Playing with the Past: Digital Games and the Simulation of History, ed. by Matthew Wilhelm Kapell and Andrew B.R. Elliott (New York: Bloomsbury, 2013).
- Remaking the Middle Ages: The Methods of Cinema and History in Portraying the Medieval Past (Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2011).
- “Arthurian Fragments, Arthurian Mosaics“, Arthuriana, 25.4 (2016), 14-24.
- “Rewriting European History – National and Transnational Identities in HBO’s Rome“, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 33.4 (December 2013), 576-593.
- “…and all is real. Historical Spaces and Special F/X in HBO’s Rome”, Critical Studies in Television, edited by S. Abbott, 8.3 (Autumn/Winter 2013), 65-77.
- “Historical Spaces as Narrative: Mapping Collective Memory onto Cinematic Space”, Media Fields journal, Issue 5 on Memory, Space, Media (August 2012).
- “The Charm of the (Re)Making: Problems in Arthurian Television Serialization”, Arthuriana, 21.4 (2011), 53-67.
Essays in Edited Collections:
- “Our Minds Are in the Gutter, but Some of Us Are Watching Starz… Sex, Violence and Dirty Medievalism”, in Fantasy and Science Fiction Medievalisms: From Isaac Asimov to A Game of Thrones, ed. by Helen Young (Amherst, NY: Cambria Press, 2015).
- “‘We are home’: The Grail and the Quest in Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker“, in The Holy Grail on Film: Essays on the Cinematic Quest, ed. by Kevin J. Harty (Jefferson: McFarland, 2015).
- “British Historical Drama and the Middle Ages”, in Upstairs and Downstairs: The British Historical Costume Drama on Television, ed. by Julie Taddeo and James Leggott (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2014), pp. 113-124.
- “Special Effects, Reality, and the New Epic Film”, in The Return of the Epic Film: Genre, Aesthetics and History in the 21st Century, ed. by Andrew B.R. Elliott (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2014), pp. 129-143.
- “Lucius Artorius Castus as Global Icon: The Modern Uses of the Arthurian Legend”, Lucius Artorius Castus and the King Arthur Legend (Split: Knjizevni Krug Split, 2014), pp. 145-158.
- “Unmasking Marian: Gender, Agency and Violence in Medieval Film”, in Gender, Agency and Violence. European Perspectives from the Early Modern Period to the Modern Day, ed. Ulrike Zitzlsperger (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013), pp. 173-187.
- “Time out of Joint? Why Astérix Fought the Norsemen in Astérix and the Vikings”, in The Vikings on Film: Essays on the Depictions of the Nordic Middle Ages, ed. Kevin J. Harty (Jefferson: McFarland, 2011), pp. 165-177.
- “She’s a Goddam Liar: Perspectives on the Truth in Aliens and Titanic”, in The Films of James Cameron: Critical Essays, ed. Matthew Kapell and Stephen McVeigh (Jefferson: McFarland, 2011), pp. 72-89.
- “From Maciste to Maximus & Co.: The Fragmented Hero in the New Epic”, in Of Muscles and Men: Sword and Sandal Films, ed. Michael G. Cornelius (Jefferson: McFarland, 2011), pp. 58-74.
- “Mr Monk Goes to the Monastery” in Mr. Monk and Philosophy, ed. D.E. Wittkower (Chicago, IL: Open Court Pop Culture and Philosophy, Jan 2010), pp. 169-180.
- Double Review: F. Greenland and P. Cartledge (eds.), Responses to Oliver Stone’s Alexander: Film, History and Culture Studies;C. Sprengler, Screening Nostalgia,in Scope 20 (June 2011).
- Review: Shakespeare and the Middle Ages: Essays on the Performance and Adaptation of the Plays with Medieval Sources or Settings, ed. Martha W. Driver and Sid Ray, in Arthuriana20.4 (Winter 2010), 103-4.