Prof. Susan Napier
- Cinema and media studies (annotated bibliographies)
- Dissertations and Theses (Check out the bibliographies of recent dissertations on your topic.)
II. JumboSearch for Books
Note: WorldWide Libraries (also known as WorldCat is still a better place to get a fuller picture of books on a topic.)
Suggested keywords to use when searching for books:
A few sample titles at Tisch:
- Hibakusha Cinema: Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the Nuclear Image in Japanese Film.
- Imag(in)ing the war in Japan: representing and responding to trauma in postwar literature and film.
- Introduction to Japanese Horror Film.
- A Guide to Apocalyptic Cinema.
- Atomic Bomb Cinema: the Apocalyptic Imagination on Film.
- Apocalyptic Dread: American Film at the Turn of the Millennium.
- Disaster movies: the cinema of catastrophe
- Crime and the imaginary of disaster: post-apocalyptic fictions and the crisis of social order
A. All subjects
B. Film and Related Subjects
- Communication & Mass Media
- Film & Television Literature Index
- Screen Studies Collection (more foreign language publication)