Colman, F., 2011. Deleuze And Cinema, Oxford: Berg Publishers..
Huxley, D., 2012. 'European Cinema: Horror Cinema in Europe Since 1945,', Wallflower.
Colman, F., Frichot, H., Reynolds, J., 2012. 'Global Arts / Local Knowledge', New York: Lexington Books.
Ormrod, J., 2014. 'Bodies in Wonder Woman of the 1990s: Good Girls Bad Girls and Macho Men'. In Conference Proceedings Women in Science Fiction and Fantasy: Catwoman to Katniss, Cambridge Scholar.
Colman, F., 2013. 'The Matter of the Image: Notes on Practice-philosophy'. In Charlotte DeMille and John Mullarkey (eds.) Bergson and the Art of Immanence, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Ormrod, J., 2013. 'Wonder Woman in the Cold War: Testing the Limits of the Familial Body'. In Joseph Darowski (eds.) The Ages of Wonder Woman, McFarland and Company.
Colman, F., 2012. 'Affective animal: Bataille, Lascaux and the mediatization of the sacred'. In Charlie Blake, Claire Molloy, Steven Shakespeare (eds.) Beyond Human From Animality to Transhumanism, 7, Continuum: New York & London.
Huxley, D., 2012. 'Disgusting and Degrading: Censorship and the European Horror Film 1950 -1970'. In Allmer, P, Brick, E Huxley,D (eds.) European Cinema: Horror Cinema in Europe Since 1945,, Wallflower.
Ormrod, J., 2012. 'In the Best Possible Tastes – Rhetoric and Taste in AIP’s Promotion of Roger Corman’s Poe Cycle'. In Dennis Perry and Carl Sederholm (eds.) Adapting Poe: Re-imagings in Popular Culture, Palgrave Macmillan.
Colman, F., 2012. 'Sound Manifesto: Lee Renaldo’s Notes for Robert Smithson'. In M.Goddard, P. Hegarty, & B.Halligan (eds.) Reverberations: The Aesthetics, Affect and Politics of Noise, London & New York: Continuum.
Huxley, D., 2012. 'The Complete Fritz the Cat, He Done Her Wrong, His Name is Savage, It Rhymes with Lust, When the Wind Blows'. In Beaty, B. (eds.) The Critical Survey of Graphic Novels, Three 2000 word entries, Two 2500 word entries, Salem Press, California.
Colman, F., 2012. 'The Death Index'. In Rosi Braidotti and Patricia Pisters (eds.) Revisiting Normativity with Deleuze [Down by Law], London & New York: Continuum Publishing.
Huxley, D., 2011. 'True Blood, Truebies : True Blood Fans'. In Gareth Schott and Kirstine Moffat (eds.) Fanpires: Audience Consumption of the Modern Vampire,, New Academia Press (Washington, DC).
Ormrod, J., 2011. '• 'Pa/trolling the Borders of the Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency Website: Realism, Gender, Authenticity','. In Gareth Schott & Kirstine Moffat (eds.) Fanpires: Audience Consumption of the Modern Vampire in Fanpires: Audience Consumption of the Modern Vampire,, 3, 33-54, Washington DC: New Academia Press.
Colman, F., 2012. ''A History of Experimental Film & Video - Review'', ViewFinder, http://bufvc.ac.uk/reviews/a-history-of-experimental-film-video.
Huxley, D., 2011. 'A Dazzling Lack of Respectability: Comics and Academia in the UK: 1971 – 2011', Comics Forum, comicsforum.org.
James, D., 2012. 'No other excuse: Race, class and gender in British Music Hall comedic performance 1914–1949', Comedy Studies, Vol. 3 no. 1, 17-28.
Colman, F., 2012. 'Notes on Guattari’s “machinic unconscious”: play as an affective field for activating subjectivity', Deleuze Studies, Vol 6 No. 2 (May).
Huxley, D., 2011. 'Buffalo Bill and William Gladstone: the Champion Scalper and the G.O.M. in Moonshine magazine April – November 1887', The Journal of Early Popular Visual Culture, Vol.9 1ssue 4, 353-362.
Huxley, D., 2011. 'Music Hall Reviews', The Comedy Journal, Journal Vol 2 n2, 190-194.
Colman, F., 2012. 'Affective Feminicity', The Politics of Location Revisited: Gender@2012: 8th European Feminist Research Conference, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, May 17-20.
Colman, F., 2012. 'Media Evolution', Media, Communications and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA), University of Bedfordshire, United Kingdom, 12 January.
James, D., 2012. 'No other excuse: Race, class and gender in British Music Hall comedic performance 1914–1949', The Sixth International Comedy Conference, Manchester Meropolitan University, 31 May-1 June 2012.
Ormrod, J., 2012. 'Reading production and culture in UK romance comics 1955-63: Consumerism, pop stars and lucky guitars', Qualitative Methods Panel, British Psychological Society, London, 18th-20th April, 2012.
Colman, F., 2012. 'Screen Memory (of life)', NECS (European Network for Cinema and Media Studies), Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal, 21-23 June.
Colman, F., 2012. 'The Image of Thought: Affective Politics', Deleuze Workshop, MMU at Anthony Burgess Foundation, 24-25th March.
Colman, F., 2012. 'The Technology Image', Invited Speaker for "TImeCode", Bradford Media School, National Media Museum, Bradford, United Kingdom, 14 November.
James, D. Huxley, D, 2011. ''No Other Excuse': British Musical Performances 1899-1920', 5th International Comedy Conference, Salford University, 2-3 June 2011.
Colman, F., 2011. 'Affective animal', Media, Communications and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA), University of Salford, Manchester, January 12-15.
Colman, F., 2011. 'Affective animal: becoming-sacred in reverse labour forms', Human- Animal / Humain-Animal, 20th/21st Century French and Francophone Studies International Colloquium, University of San Francisco USA, March 30-April 2, 2011, in Beyond Human: From Animality to Transhuman.
Colman, F., 2011. 'Affective Cinematographic Evolution (Bergson & CInema)', The Perception of Change: Space, Time, and Mobility after Henri Bergson, Mansfield College, The University of Oxford., 27 May, 2011.
Colman, F., 2011. 'Bergson and Cinema: The Physics of Perception', Human Sciences Seminar, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK., 10 November.
Colman, F., 2011. 'Cinematographic Evolution: Smithson & Holt test Bergson & Deleuze', Bergson and his postmodern and immanent legacies, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, 11-12 February.
Colman, F., 2011. 'Machinic mediatization and diagrammatic aesthetics', Creation, Crisis, Critique: 4th International Deleuze Studies Conference, Copenhagen Business School, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts School of Visual Arts, Denmark, 27 - 29 June.
Colman, F., 2011. 'Notes on Cinematographic Evolution', Film-Philosophy Conference, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK, 6-8 July.
Colman, F., 2011. 'Notes on post-industrial gaming : the new machinic aesthetic', Rewire: The Fourth International Conference in Media Art Histories, FACT, Liverpool, United Kingdom, 28-30 September.
Huxley, D., 2011. 'Panel Discussion: Problems and Possibilities in Defining American Comics', 22nd Annual Conference on American Literature, Boston, 26-29 May 2011.
Colman, F., 2011. 'Sound affect: the political economy of women on screen', Sonic Futures: Soundscapes and the Language of Screen Media, NECS (European Network for Cinema and Media Studies), University of London, 23-26 June.
List, H., 2011. 'Women and Children as Trans-generational Viewers of Pre-school Television: Playschool (BBC) in the early 1970s in the United Kingdom', Mecssa 11 Conference, University of Salford, 14th January 2011.