Dr J.M. Wolthuis (Josette)
Teacher - Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
Teacher - Radboud Institute for Culture and History
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I am a Lecturer in Visual Culture, teaching on various subjects within film, television and media studies. I hold a PhD in Film and Television Studies from the University of Warwick, where I wrote a thesis on the study of costume design and fashion in serial television drama. My research interests also include other matters of film and television style and aesthetics, Dutch television history, fashion film, David Lynch's oeuvre, feminist studies, and animated short film. Before joining Radboud University, I taught at the University of Warwick, Coventry University, the London Film School, the University of Groningen and the University of Amsterdam.Research group
- ‘Simplicity and complexity in the costuming of Killing Eve’, in: Moments in Television: Complexity/Simplicity, edited by Sarah Cardwell, Jonathan Bignell & Lucy Fife Donaldson (University of Manchester Press, 2022), 104-125.
- ‘New uniforms! Costume and the 1950s/60s in Call the Midwife’, in: Moments in Television: Substance/Style, edited by Sarah Cardwell, Jonathan Bignell & Lucy Fife Donaldson (University of Manchester Press, 2022), 42-63.
- ‘Locaties en kostumering in Nederlandse politieseries’ (‘Locations and costuming in Dutch police series’) & ‘Peyton Place en de Nederlandse dramaproductie’ (‘Peyton Place and the Dutch drama production’), short entries in: Televisie. Een cultuurgeschiedenis (Television. A cultural history), edited by Huub Wijfjes (Boom, 2021).
- ‘A Blue Rose Case: David Lynch’s Lady Blue Shanghai for Dior’, in: Kosmorama #274 (kosmorama.org, 2019).
- ‘EUPOP 2016: On the Policing and Performance of Identity’, a review in: Film, Fashion & Consumption, Vol. 5, No. 2 (2016).