Professor in Screen Studies and Director of the Transformative Technologies Research Unit, Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne
Angela Ndalianis is Professor in Screen Studies at Melbourne University and Director of the Transformative Technologies Research Unit in the Faculty of Arts. Her research interests include: film history and theory; genre studies, with expertise in the horror and science fiction genres; entertainment media and media histories; the contemporary entertainment industry and the convergence of films, video games, television, comic books and theme parks. Her publications include Neo-Baroque Aesthetics and Contemporary Entertainment (MIT Press 2004), Science Fiction Experiences (New Academia 2010), The Horror Sensorium; Media and the Senses (McFarland 2012) and The Contemporary Comic Book Superhero (editor, Routledge 2008). She is a Fellow of the Futures of Entertainment Network (U.S), and was a Trustee of the National Gallery of Victoria between 2004-13. Between 2015-17 she will be the Hans Christian Andersen Academy's Visiting Professor, a position also affiliated with the University of Southern Denmark.