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Dr Anamarija Horvat

Lecturer

Department: Arts

I am a lecturer and researcher in media, gender and queer studies. My monograph Screening Queer Memory: LGBTQ Pasts in Contemporary Film and Television is the first academic book to examine how LGBTQ memory is shaped through film and television, thus representing a highly-significant contribution to the intersecting fields of media, memory and queer studies. I have also published a number of works on subjects including intersectionality, the history of queer representation, transgender memory, and LGBTQ migration in contemporary television.

Prior to joining the Department of Arts, I was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Edinburgh’s Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (2019-2020), followed by a teaching fellowship at the University of Nottingham (2021-2022) and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Murcia (2022). I attained my PhD in Media Studies at Northumbria University in 2019, and also hold an MA in English Language and Literature and an MA in Philosophy, both from the University of Zagreb.

I have been awarded numerous grants in the field of media studies, including postdoctoral fellowship grants from the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation (Primary Investigator), the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (Primary Investigator), as well as a fully-funded doctoral grant from Northumbria University, and other grants from institutions such as the Edinburgh Futures Institute, GenderED, and the Contemporary Women’s Writing Association. I have also organised numerous academic and outreach events, including three international academic conferences, an Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded symposium, a film series and individual film screenings. I am co-chair of the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) Queer and Feminist Workgroup. 

Anamarija Horvat

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Lesbians on Television: New Queer Visibility and the Lesbian Normal, Kate McNicholas Smith (2020)., Horvat, A. 1 Oct 2021, In: Journal of Popular Television
  • Matchless in His Irony: Divinity and the Aesthetics of Death in Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal, Horvat, A. 2021, Hannibal for Dinner, North Carolina, McFarland
  • Queer Memory and Film, Horvat, A. 31 Aug 2021, The [Oxford] Encyclopedia of Queer Studies and Communication, Oxford, Oxford University Press
  • Screening Queer Memory: LGBTQ Pasts in Contemporary Film and Television, Horvat, A. 26 Apr 2021
  • Crossing the Borders of Queer TV: Depictions of migration and (im)mobility in contemporary LGBTQ television, Horvat, A. 1 Sep 2020, In: Critical Studies in Television
  • Haunting and queer histories: representing memory in Jill Soloway’s Transparent, Horvat, A. 2 Apr 2020, In: Feminist Media Studies
  • Queer TV, Horvat, A. 2020, The International Encyclopaedia of Gender, Media and Communication, Wiley
  • Streaming privilege: Addressing intersectionality in Transparent, Horvat, A. 1 Dec 2019, In: Critical Studies in Television

  • Media Studies PhD April 10 2019
  • English Literature MA (Hons) August 26 2014
  • Philosophy MA (Hons) August 26 2014
  • English Literature BA July 07 2011
  • Philosophy BA July 07 2011


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