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Hudson, D. and P.R. Zimmermann (2015). Thinking through Digital Media: Transnational Environments and Locative Places. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [companion website]
Hudson, D. (2013). “‘Of Course There Are Werewolves and Vampires’: True Blood and the Right to Rights for Other Species.” American Quarterly 65(3), special issue on Species/Race/Sex, eds. C. Feccero and C.J. Kim: 661–683.
Hudson, D. (2011). “Transpolitical Spaces within Transnational French Cinemas: Vampires and the Illusions of National Borders and Universal Citizenship.” French Cultural Studies 22(2): 111–126.
Hudson, D. (2009). “Undesirable Bodies and Desirable Labor: Documenting the Globalization and Digitization of Transnational American Dreams in Indian Call Centers.” Cinema Journal 49(1): 82–102.
Hudson D. and P.R. Zimmermann (2009). “Cinephilia, Technophilia, and Collaborative Remix Zones.” Screen 50(1), “Screen Theorizing Today: A Celebration of Screen’s Fiftieth Anniversary,” ed. Annette Kuhn: 135–146.
Hudson D. and P.R. Zimmermann (2009). “Taking Things Apart: Migratory Archives, Locative Media,
and Micropublics.” Afterimage 36(4): 14–19.
O. Gershenson and D. Hudson (2008). “New Immigrant, Old Story: Framing Russians on the Israeli Screen.” Journal of Film and Video 60(3–4): 25–41.
Hudson, D. (2008). “Undisclosed Recipients: Database Documentaries and the Internet,” an essay in dialogue with S.L. Tay, “Undisclosed Recipients: Documentary in an Era of Digital Convergence.”
Studies in Documentary Film 2(1), ed. C. Hight: 79–98.
O. Gershenson and D. Hudson (2007). “Absorbed by Love: Russian Immigrant Women in Israeli Film.” Journal of Modern Jewish Studies 6(3): 301–315.
Hudson, D. (2006). “‘Just Play Yourself, “Maggie Cheung”’: Irma Vep, Unthinking National Cinemas, and Rethinking Transnational Stardom.” Screen 47(2): 213–232.
Hudson, D. (2004). “Between Consumerism, Resistance, and Outreach: Online Vampire Subcultures.” Refractory: A Journal of Entertainment Media 6, “Fandom and Space.”
Hudson, D. (2017). “Locating Emirati Filmmaking within Globalizing Media Ecologies.” In: Media in the Middle East: Activism, Politics, and Culture. Eds. N. Lenze, C. Schriwer, and Z.B.A. Jalil. New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 165–202.
Hudson, D., C.C. Pederson, and P.R. Zimmermann (2016). “Iterações Ambientais: Habitats Digitais e a Construção de Mundos de Telas Múltiplas” [“Environmental Iterations: Digital Habitats and the Making of Multiple Screen Worlds”]. Portuguese translation by L.O. Nicolo. In: Cinemas em redes: Tecnologia, estética e política na era digital. Ed. G.Al. Sobrinho. São Paulo: Papirus Editora/SOCINE: Sociedade Brasileira de estudos de cinema e audiovisual: 31–50.
Hudson, D. (2014). “Vampires and Transnational Horror.” In: A Companion to the Horror Film. Ed. H.M. Benshoff. West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell: 463–482.
Hudson, D. (2013). “Horrors of Anthropocentrism: ‘Improved Animals’ on the Islands of Dr. Moreau.” In: Transnational Horror across Visual Media: Fragmented Bodies. Eds. D. Och and K. Strayer. New York: Routledge: 209–227.
Hudson, D. (2009). “Modernity as Crisis: Goeng si and Vampires in Hong Kong Cinema.” In: Draculas, Vampires, and Other Undead Forms: Essays on Gender, Race, and Culture. Eds. J.E. Browning and C.J. (Kay) Picart. Lanham. Scarecrow Press: 203–233.
O. Gershenson and D. Hudson (2008). “Vliubleny po sobstvennomu zhelaniu: ‘russkie’ immigranty v israilskom kino” [“In Love Voluntarily: Russian Immigrants in Israeli Cinema”]. Russian translation by P. Barskova. In: Israil Glazami “Russki” [Israel through “Russian” Eyes: Identities and Cultures]. Ed. E.E. Nosenko. Moscow: Institute of Oriental Studies and Russian Academy of Sciences: 377–398.
Hudson, D. (2007). “Vampires of Color and the Performance of Multicultural Whiteness.” In: The Persistence of Whiteness: Race and Contemporary Hollywood Cinema. Ed. D. Bernardi. New York: Routledge: 127–156.
Hudson, D. (2017). “My First Flaherty.” Flaherty Stories: Voices from the Robert Flaherty Film Seminar.
Hudson, D. and C.C. Pederson (2017). “New Media, Collaboration, and the Anthropocene.”
20 on 20: Essays in Celebration of FLEFF. Eds. S. Tropiano and P.R. Zimmermann. Twentieth Anniversary Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival.
Hudson, D. and P.R. Zimmermann (2015). “Precious Images,” expanded essay on Chuck Workman’s Precious Images (USA 1986). National Film Preservation Board of the National Film Registry, Library of Congress.
Hudson, D. (2013). Supplementary web materials for “Beyond the Page” related to article for American Quarterly special issue on Species/Race/Sex. Eds. C. Feccero and C.J. Kim.
Hudson, D. (2012). “Surveillance and Disinformation, Hacked: Nadia El Fani’s Bedwin Hacker.” Flow 15(12).
Hudson, D. (2012). “Biometrics and Machinima, Reanimated: Jacqueline Goss’s Stranger Comes to Town.” Flow 15(07).
Hudson, D. (2011). “Race and Labor, Unplugged: Alex Rivera’s Sleep Dealer.” Flow 15(04).
Hudson, D. and S.L. Tay (2009–2010). “Digital Spaces: Speculations on Digital Art and Viral Spaces.” Blog posts on new media art and environmentalism. Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival.
Review and Reports
Hudson, D. (2015). “Leila Sansour’s Open Bethlehem: Making Palestine Legible and Bethlehem Accessible.” Review of Open Bethlehem (Palestine 2014; dir. Leila Sansour). Jadaliyya.
Hudson, D. (2015). Report on Transnational Cinema/Media Studies Conference, NYUAD Institute, United Arab Emirates. Transnational Cinemas 6(1): 84–96.
Hudson, D. (2013). Review of Lamma Shoftak/When I Saw You (Jordan-Palestine-UAE-Greece 2012; dir. Annemarie Jacir). Jadaliyya; republished in Ahram Online [Egypt].
Hudson, D. (2010). “Review of African Film and Literature: Adapting Violence to the Screen by L. Dovey (Columbia UP, 2009).” African Studies Review 53(1): 235–237.
Hudson, D. (2010). Report on 5o Congreso Internacional de Teoría y Análisis Cinematográfico, Morelia, Michoacán, México. Scope: An Online Journal of Film & TV Studies 16.
Hudson, D. (2009). “Digital Performances.” Review of Lossless: Rebecca Baron and Doug Goodwin at the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University. Afterimage 36(5): 22–23.
Hudson, D. (2008). “Migrations and Mediations.” Report on The Age of Migration, 54th annual Robert Flaherty Film Seminar, Colgate University. Afterimage 36(2): 2.
Hudson, D. (2007). “Deterritorializing Cinema Studies.” Report on South of the Other, the 53rd annual Robert Flaherty Film Seminar, Vassar College. Afterimage web version.
Hudson, D. (2006). “Grounding Internet Theory.” Review of Who Controls the Internet?: Illusions of a Borderless World by J. Goldsmith and T. Wu (Oxford UP, 2006). Afterimage 34(3): 48–49.
Hudson, D. (2005). “Privileged Play Spaces.” Review of Interactive Realism: The Poetics of Cyberspace by D. Downes (McGill-Queen’s UP, 2005). Afterimage 33(3): 53–54.
Hudson, D. (2005). “Future Perfection.” Report on Future Perfect: Contemporary Chinese Art and the Question of the Archive, an international workshop on art and curating at Cornell University. Afterimage 33(3): 7–8.