Cormac Deane

Lecturer in Film and Media

Film scholar and media theorist.


Cormac Deane is a film scholar and media theorist. His publications have appeared in Nature NanotechnologyMarketing Theory, Culture MachineThe Journal of Sonic StudiesNew Review of Film and Television Studies, and Science, Technology & Human Values, among others. In 2016, Columbia University Press published his translation from French of Impersonal Enunciation, the final work of the seminal film theorist, Christian Metz. Cormac also worked as a news journalist in a Berlin television station for five years. He is currently preparing a book-length media archaeology of the control room. He writes a monthly film and television column for Village Magazine, and he is the producer of the Field Day Podcast, which is devoted to intellectual discussion about and from Ireland.

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