Nadine Boljkovac (PhD Cambridge) is Senior Lecturer in Film at Falmouth University. In 2018, Boljkovac is also Guest Lecturer for the Rotterdam Film School/Royal Belgian Film Archive, and a Visiting Fellow of the Center for Transformative Media at Parsons, The New School for Design. Boljkovac was a University of New South Wales 2015-17 Postdoctoral Fellow (Centre for Modernism Studies in Australia), the Brown University 2012-13 Carol G. Lederer Postdoctoral Fellow (Pembroke Center for Teaching & Research on Women), a University of Edinburgh 2010 Postdoctoral Fellow (Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities) and University of Aberdeen 2009-10 Film Teaching Fellow. Her monograph examining affect and ethics via Chris Marker and Alain Resnais, Untimely Affects: Gilles Deleuze and an Ethics of Cinema (Edinburgh University Press 2013), was reissued in paperback in 2015. A second monograph in progress, Beyond Herself: Feminist (Auto)Portraiture and the Moving Image, assesses works by international filmmakers, especially documentarians and those exploring (auto)portraiture and (self)perception. Most recent peer-reviewed works include: In [No] Home Movie Style: Her Death and Rebirth for ›Materialising Absence in Film and Media‹ (in a 2018 Special Dossier co-edited by Saige Walton & Nadine Boljkovac for Screening the Past: A Peer-Reviewed Journal of Screen History, Theory & Criticism); Screen Perception and Event: Beyond the Formalist/Realist Divide (in The Anthem Handbook of Screen Theory, editors Tom Conley and Hunter Vaughan, 2018); and [Non]Style is Feeling: Direct Tenderness from Sirk, Fassbinder and Haynes to Berressem (in On Style: Transdisciplinary Articulations, editor Björn Sonnenberg-Schrank, 2018). Other peer-reviewed works appear in Understanding Deleuze, Understanding Modernism; Deleuze Studies (›Schizoanalysis and Visual Culture‹ Special Issue); Open Letter: A Canadian Journal of Writing and Theory (›Remembering Barbara Godard‹ Festschrift); Anamnesia: Private and Public Memory in Modern French Culture; Gilles Deleuze: Image and Text.