• Books

    Hudson, D. (2017). Vampires, Race, and Transnational Hollywoods. Traditions in American Cinema Series Ed. L. Badley and R.B. Palmer. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. [link] [companion website]    

    • conclusion “History and Hollywood, Mashed-up” included in Black Liberation Reading List, an open library by JSTOR and the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (February 2021)
    • review in Journal of Film and Video (2020)
    • review in The Journal of Popular Culture (2018)
    • review in The Year’s Work in Critical and Cultural Theory (2018)
    • profiled in Abu Dhabi Weekly (2017)
    • profiled in The Page 99 Test (2017)

    Hudson, D. and P.R. Zimmermann (2015). Thinking through Digital Media: Transnational Environments and Locative Places. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [link][companion website]

    • chapter “Tactical Engagement through Gaming and Narrowcasting” deposited Public Health Emergency COVID-19 Initiative by United States Office for Science and Technology Policy and National Science and Technology Advisors (March 2020)
    • review in Film Quarterly (2016)
  • Edited Collections

    Yunis, A. and D. Hudson, eds. 2021), “Film and Visual Media in the Gulf: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives,” special double issue of Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication 14(1–2)

  • Journal Articles

    Yunis, A. and D. Hudson (2021). “Introduction: Film and Visual Media in the Gulf,” Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication 14(1) (forthcoming)

    Hudson, D. and P. R. Zimmermann (2021). “Media during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Big and High, Small and Low,” Jump Cut 60 [link]

    Hudson, D. (2021). “Mapping Palestine/Israel through Interactive Documentary,” Journal of Palestine Studies 50(1): 51–76 [link]

    Hudson, D. (2020). “UAE Filmmaking beyond Arabization, Cosmopolitanism, and Exceptionalism,” Arabian Humanities 14 special issue “La culture pop dans la péninsule Arabique,” ed. Frédéric Lagrange and Clio Chaveneau: 1–27 [link]

    Hudson, D. (2020). “Toward a Cinema of Contact Zones: Intersecting Globalizations, Dubai, and City of Life,” Afterimage 47(4): 26–49 [link]

    Hudson, D. (2020). “Interactive Documentary at the Intersection of Performance and Mediation: Navigating ‘Invisible’ Histories and ‘Inaudible’ Stories in the United States.” Studies in Documentary Film 14(2): 128–146 [link]

    Hudson, D. (2019). “Songs from India and Zanzibar: Documenting the Gulf in Migration.” Studies in South Asian Film and Media 10(2): 91–112 [link]

    Hudson, D. and P. R. Zimmermann (2019). “States of Environmentalist Media.” States of Media and Environment. Media and Environment 1(1) inaugural issue. [link]

    Gershenson, O. and D. Hudson (2019). “Nightmares of a Nation: Israeli Horror-Satires: Rabies and Big Bad Wolves.” Journal of Cinema and Media Studies 59(1): 44–65. [link]

    Hudson, D. and P. R. Zimmermann (2019). “Insurgent Habitats: On Media and Environment.” Film Quarterly 72(3), special issue on Cinema of Urgency: 38–41. [link]

    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, Ed. C. Feccero and C.J. Kim: 661–683. [link]

    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. [link]

    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. [link]

    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. [link]

    Hudson D. and P.R. Zimmermann (2009). “Taking Things Apart: Migratory Archives, Locative Media, and Micropublics.” Afterimage 36(4): 14–19. [link]

    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.[link]

    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. [link]

    O. Gershenson and D. Hudson (2007). “Absorbed by Love: Russian Immigrant Women in Israeli Film.” Journal of Modern Jewish Studies 6(3): 301–315. [link]

    Hudson, D. (2006). “‘Just Play Yourself, “Maggie Cheung”’: Irma Vep, Unthinking National Cinemas, and Rethinking Transnational Stardom.” Screen 47(2): 213–232. [link]

    Hudson, D. (2004). “Between Consumerism, Resistance, and Outreach: Online Vampire Subcultures.” Refractory: A Journal of Entertainment Media 6, “Fandom and Space.”[link]

  • Book Chapters

    Hudson, D. (2021). “Patty Sent Me.” In Flash Flaherty: Tales from the Film Seminar. Ed. Scott MacDonald and Patricia R. Zimmermann. Bloomington: Indiana University Press: 275–278; originally published as (2017). “My First Flaherty.” Flaherty Stories: Voices from the Robert Flaherty Film Seminar.

    Hudson, D. and P.R. Zimmermann (2020). “An Archive of Small Media during First-Wave COVID-19: Productive Memories of the Global Trauma.” In Memory and Aesthetic Experience. Ed. Filipe Martins. Porto: Faculty of Arts, University of Porto: 143–170. [link]

    Hudson, D. (2020). “Post-utopian Interventions by Students: Interactive Documentary and Micro-revolutions.” In: Utopia and Reality: Documentary, Activism and Imagined Worlds. Ed. S. Spiegel, A. Reiter, and M. Goldberg. Cardiff: Wales University Press: 207–232.  

    Hudson, D. and P.R. Zimmermann (2019). “Writing about Digital and Interactive Media.” In: Writing About Screen Media. Ed. L. Patti. New York: Routledge: 131–136. [link]

    Hudson, D. (2017). “Locating Emirati Filmmaking within Globalizing Media Ecologies.” In: Media in the Middle East: Activism, Politics, and Culture. Ed. N. Lenze, C. Schriwer, and Z.B.A. Jalil. New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 165–202.[link]

    Hudson, D., C.C. Pederson, and P.R. Zimmermann (2016). “Iterações Ambientais: Habitats Digitais e a Construção de Mundos de Telas Múltiplas”. 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.[link]

    Hudson, D. (2014). “Vampires and Transnational Horror.” In: A Companion to the Horror Film. Ed. H.M. Benshoff. West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell: 463–482. [link]

    Hudson, D. (2013). “Horrors of Anthropocentrism: ‘Improved Animals’ on the Islands of Dr. Moreau.” In: Transnational Horror across Visual Media: Fragmented Bodies. Ed. D. Och and K. Strayer. New York: Routledge: 209–227. [link]

    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. Ed. J.E. Browning and C.J. (Kay) Picart. Lanham. Scarecrow Press: 203–233. [link]

    Gershenson, O. and D. Hudson (2008). “Vliubleny po sobstvennomu zhelaniu: ‘russkie’ immigranty v israilskom kino.” Russian translation by P. Barskova. In: Israil Glazami ‘Russki’. Ed. E.E. Nosenko. Moscow: Institute of Oriental Studies and Russian Academy of Sciences: 377–398. [link]

    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. [link]

  • General Interest

    Hudson, D. and P.R. Zimmermann (2020). “First Wave COVID-19 Playlist: Satire.” Media Playlists, Centre for Screen Cultures, University of St. Andrews [link]

    Hudson, D. and P.R. Zimmermann (2020). “First Wave COVID-19 Playlist: Music.” Media Playlists, Centre for Screen Cultures, University of St. Andrews [link]

    Hudson, D. and P.R. Zimmermann (2020). “First Wave COVID-19 Playlist: Information.” Media Playlists, Centre for Screen Cultures, University of St. Andrews [link]

    Hudson, D. and P.R. Zimmermann (2020). “Digital and Interactive Media Projects that Think Through the Environment.” Media Playlists, Centre for Screen Cultures, University of St. Andrews [link]

    Hudson, D. (2018). “What is Open Space New Media Documentary?: A Conversation with Authors Helen De Michiel and Patricia R. Zimmermann.” Immerse 19, lead story. [link]

    Hudson, D. (2017). “My First Flaherty.” Flaherty Stories: Voices from the Robert Flaherty Film Seminar. [link]

    Hudson, D. and C.C. Pederson (2017). “New Media, Collaboration, and the Anthropocene.” 20 on 20: Essays in Celebration of FLEFF. Ed. S. Tropiano and P.R. Zimmermann. Twentieth Anniversary Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival. [link]

    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. [link]

    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. [link]

    Hudson, D. (2012). “Surveillance and Disinformation, Hacked: Nadia El Fani’s Bedwin Hacker.” Flow 15(12). [link]

    Hudson, D. (2012). “Biometrics and Machinima, Reanimated: Jacqueline Goss’s Stranger Comes to Town.” Flow 15(07). [link]

    Hudson, D. (2011). “Race and Labor, Unplugged: Alex Rivera’s Sleep Dealer.” Flow 15(04). [link]

    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. [link]

  • Academic interviews

    Watson, R. (2019). “Interview with Dale Hudson and Patricia R. Zimmermann,” Studies in Documentary Film 13(3): 250–267 [link]

    Faculti (2019). “Vampires, Race, and Transnational Hollywoods,” video interview on Vampires, Race, and Transnational Hollywoods, Faculti [link]

  • Dictionary Entries

    Hudson, D. and Alia Yunis (2020). “Bahrain,” “Emirates Film Competition,” “Film Festivals,” “Jordan,” “Qatar,” “Saudi Arabia,” “United Arab Emirates”, “Yemen,” “Nawaf Al Janahi,” “Nujoom Alghanem,” “Haifaa Al-Mansour,” “Bassam Al-Thawdi,” “Ali F. Mostafa,” and “Khalifa Shaheen.” In Historical Dictionary of Middle Eastern Cinema, second edition. Ed. T. Ginsberg and C. Lippard. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield: 75–76, 170–171, 191–196, 274–277, 397–398, 430–433, 490–493, 517–519, 34, 44¬–45, 49, 50, 348, 438–439 [link]

  • Review and Reports

    Hudson, D. (2017). Review of i-docs: The Evolving Practice of Interactive Media, ed. J. Aston, S. Gaudenzi, and M. Rose (Wallflower, 2018), Post-Script 36(2–3): 126–129.

    Hudson, D. (2015). “Leila Sansour’s Open Bethlehem: Making Palestine Legible and Bethlehem Accessible.” Review of Open Bethlehem (Palestine 2014; dir. Leila Sansour). Jadaliyya. [link]

    Hudson, D. (2015). Report on Transnational Cinema/Media Studies Conference, NYUAD Institute, United Arab Emirates. Transnational Cinemas 6(1): 84–96. [link]

    Hudson, D. (2013). Review of Lamma Shoftak/When I Saw You (Jordan-Palestine-UAE-Greece 2012;  dir. Annemarie Jacir). Jadaliyya;[link] republished in Ahram Online [link].

    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.[link]

    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.[link]

    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. [link]

    Hudson, D. (2008). “Migrations and Mediations.” Report on The Age of Migration, 54th annual Robert Flaherty Film Seminar, Colgate University. Afterimage 36(2): 2. [link]

    Hudson, D. (2007). “Deterritorializing Cinema Studies.” Report on South of the Other, the 53rd annual Robert Flaherty Film Seminar, Vassar College. Afterimage web version. [link]

    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.