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About this Fellow

Stella Bruzzi is Professor of Film and Television Studies at the University of Warwick. Her published research spans several areas: costume and identity; fashion and cultural studies; documentary film and representations of history; Hollywood, masculinity and aesthetics. Her monographs to date are: Undressing Cinema: Clothing and Identity in the Movies (1997); New Documentary (2000 and 2006); Bringing Up Daddy: Fatherhood and Masculinity in Post-war Hollywood (2005); Seven Up (2007); Men's Cinema: Masculinity and Mise-en-Scene in Hollywood (2013). She has also co-edited Fashion Cultures: Theories, Exploration and Analysis (2000) and Fashion Cultures Revisited (2013). As part of her Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship (2011-2013) she is writing Approximation: Documentary, History and the Staging of Reality. In 2011 she was visiting professor at the University of Chile, Santiago and in 2015 at the University of Brno, Czech Republic. She lives in Oxford, England.

Website: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/english/people/stella-bruzzi

Appointments

Current post

  • Executive Dean, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University College London

Past Appointments

  • Professor of Film and Television Studies, University of Warwick, 1970 - 1970
  • Executive Dean, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University College London, 1970 - 1970

British Academy Appointments

  • Member of Council, 2017 -

Publications

Seven Up (2007)

1970

Men's Cinema: Masculinity and Mise-en-scene in Hollywood (2013)

1970

Fashion Cultures: Theories, Explorations and Analysis (2000)

1970

Fashion Cultures Revisited (2013)

1970

Undressing Cinema: Clothing and Identity in the Movies (1997)

1970

New Documentary (2006)

1970

Bringing Up Daddy: Fatherhood and Masculinity in Postwar Hollywood (2005)

1970

Seven Up (2007)

1970

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