Dr Glen Creeber
Senior Lecturer in Television Studies
- FM10220 - Studying Television
- FM20620 - Television Genre
- FM21220 - Contemporary Television Drama
- FM25520 - Digital Culture
- FM36000 - Independent Research Project
- FM36040 - Independent Research Project
Glen Creeber was a lecturer in television studies at the University of East Anglia and a 'Research Fellow' at Cardiff University before coming to Aberystwyth in 2002. While he is best known most for his work on television drama and genre, he has recently begun moving into areas of 'new media', reflected in his current interest in online drama and a forthcoming book on the aesthetics of television and the internet for BFI/Palgrave, due for publication in Spring, 2013.
Killing us softly: Investigating the aesthetics, philosophy and influence of Nordic Noir television. The Journal of Popular Television 3 (1) pp. 21-35. Cadair2015.
The Television Genre Book (Third Edition). A BFI book 3. new ed.th edn, Springer Nature, Basingstoke [u.a.]2015.
Small Screen Aesthetics:: From TV to the Internet. BFI Publishing2013.
Comfortably Numb: The Sopranos, New Brutalism and the Last Temptation of Chris. In (eds) The Essential Sopranos Reader. University Press of Kentucky pp. 137-145.2011.
Online-Serien: Intime Begegnung der dritten Art. In (eds) Serielle Formen: Von Den frühen Film-Serials zu aktuellen Quality-TV-und Online-Serien. , Marburg pp. 377-396.2010.
Digital Cultures: Understanding New Media. Open University Press2008.
Digital Theory: Theorizing New Media. In (eds) Digital Culture: Understanding New Media. Open University Press pp. 11-29.2008.
The Television Genre Book (Second Edition). BFI Publishing2008.
Tele-visions: An Introduction to Studying Television. University of California Press2007.
The Singing Detective. BFI TV Classics BFI Publishing Cadair2007.
The Joy of Text?: Television and Textual Analysis. Critical Studies in Television 1 (1) pp. 81-88. Other2006.
Fifty Key Television Programmes. Taylor & Francis, London, New York, Sydney and Auckland2004.
Hideously White: British Television, Glocalization and National Identity. Television and New Media 5 (1) pp. 27-39. Cadair2004.
Dennis Potter, Between Two Worlds: A Critical Reassessment. Firstth edn, Springer Nature, London and New York1997.