Professor David Martin-Jones

  • Professor of Film Studies (Theatre, Film and Television Studies)

telephone: 01413303481
email: David.Martin-Jones@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Research Interests
David’s research engages with the question of what it means to study a world of cinemas. He interrogates the intersections between cinema and philosophical issues like time, identity, ethics and ecology. He has published four books on Gilles Deleuze and cinema, including Deleuze and World Cinemas (2011), which was shortlisted for the BAFTSS annual book award. He serves on several editorial boards, and is co-editor of the monograph series Thinking Cinema (Bloomsbury) and online resource deleuzecinema.com.

David's Academia.edu site contains samples of his work.

David is currently engaging with the ideas of Latin American philosopher Enrique Dussel. He is writing his next monograph (for Routledge's new Remapping World Cinema series), provisionally entitled: Transnational Histories on Film: Ethics Amidst a World of Cinemas. This book looks to depart from the model of the nation as the dominant paradigm within which to consider how films tell the story of history. It interprets films transnationally in relation to debates surrounding world systems theory, world history, world memory and a world of cinemas. A taste of the new direction to this work can be found in a recent special edition of Film-Philosophy which David edited, here.

David also conducts research into small cinemas like Scotland (e.g. in Scotland: Global Cinema (2009) and Cinema at the Periphery (2010)), Uruguay and South Korea. He studies how their engagement with international markets illuminates the geopolitics of globalization. Increasingly this work engages with global developments in film tourism and heritage tourism more broadly. Click here for related news items on the subject, including a feature in The Scotsman (2015), and further pieces on Laurel and Hardy (on the BBC website) and the Loch Ness Monster (both the BBC and The Guardian websites).

Biography
David was appointed Professor of Film Studies at the University of Glasgow in 2013. He worked previously at the University of St Andrews (establishing a new Department of Film Studies from 2004 onwards) and Northumbria University.

David has been Visiting Professor at the Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil (2007 and 2010) and the Prowse Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies, Durham University, UK (2012).

He holds a BA Hons in English Literature from the University of Sheffield, an MSc in European Film Studies from the University of Edinburgh, and a PhD in Film Studies from the University of Glasgow.

Selected publications

Martin-Jones, D. and Brown, W., (Eds.) (2012) Deleuze and Film. Series: Deleuze connections. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748641215

Martin-Jones, D. (2011) Deleuze and World Cinemas. Continuum: London. ISBN 9780826416933

Iordanova, D., Martin-Jones, D. and Vidal, B., (Eds.) (2010) Cinema at the Periphery. Series: Contemporary approaches to film and media. Wayne State University Press: Detroit, MI, USA. ISBN 9780814333884

Martin-Jones, D. (2009) Scotland: Global Cinema ; Genres, Modes and Identities. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748633913

Sutton, D., and Martin-Jones, D. (2008) Deleuze Reframed: A Guide for the Arts Student. Series: Contemporary thinkers reframed. I.B.Tauris: London, UK. ISBN 9781845115470

Martin-Jones, D. (2006) Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity: Narrative Time in National Contexts. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748622443

Grants

  • 2016 - Scottish Government. "Online Museum, Feasibility Study."
  • 2013 - Scots Philosophical Association. "Film-Philosophy 2014."
  • 2012 - Santander Travel Scholarship (Santander Network: China).
  • 2012 - Carnegie Trust Research Grant. “Chinese Cinema Imagines History.”
  • 2011 - Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University. "The Cinematic Temporalities of the World."
  • 2009 - Carnegie Trust Research Grant. “Transatlantic Film Tourism.”
  • 2007 - British Academy Overseas Conference Grant. "Gilles Deleuze: Text and Image."
  • 2006 - British Academy Conference Grant. "Cinema at the Periphery."
  • 2006 - British Academy Small Research Grant. “Scotland: Global Cinema."
  • 2005 - Carnegie Trust Research Grant. “Scotland: Global Cinema.”

Supervision

David has supervised 9 PhD students to succesful completion. He has experience supervising doctoral students from the USA, Canada, UK, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, France, South Africa, Turkey, and Uruguay.

David would welcome approaches from prospective doctoral students interested in developing projects related to his research interests.

David's current PhD students are:  

Successfully completed projects in the past have included PhDs on such topics as:

  • Historiography of Small Nation Cinemas: Uruguay.
  • The Biopolitics of Affective Cinemas 
  • Japanese Film Exports: Cultural Erasure and Performance
  • Deleuze and Modern Political Cinemas
  • Mosaic Narratives in World Cinemas
  • Framed Intimacy in World Cinemas
  • South Korean Heritage: Cinema and Industry
  • Deleuze and Extreme Cinemas
  • Hong Kong Cinema after 1997

Additional information


External Responsibilities

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Number of items: 55.

2016

Martin-Jones, D. (2016) Film-philosophy and the transnational gaze. In: Bennett, B. and Marciniak, K. (eds.) Teaching Transnational Cinema: Politics and Pedagogy. Routledge/AFI: New York, pp. 105-116. ISBN 9781138928435

Martin-Jones, D. (2016) Introduction: film-philosophy and a world of cinemas. Film: Philosophy, 20(1), pp. 6-23. (doi:/10.3366/film.2016.0002)

Martin-Jones, D. (2016) Trolls, tigers and transmodern ecological encounters: Enrique Dussel and a cine-ethics for the anthropocene. Film: Philosophy, 20(1), pp. 63-103. (doi:10.3366/film.2016.0005)

2015

Martin-Jones, D. (2015) Scots movie industry deserves better billing. Scotsman, 2015, 12 Jun.

Martin-Jones, D. (2015) Gaelic filmmaking in Scotland. In: Nowlan, B. and Finch, Z. (eds.) Directory of World Cinema: Scotland. Intellect: Bristol, pp. 25-30. ISBN 9781783203949

Martin-Jones, D. (2015) Ip Man. In: Bettinson, G. (ed.) Directory of World Cinema: China 2. Intellect: Bristol, pp. 231-234. ISBN 9781783204007

Martin-Jones, D. (2015) Scotland, global gateway nation: cinematic imaginings of contemporary Scotland. In: Muller, K. P. (ed.) Scotland 2014 and Beyond - Coming of Age and Loss of Innocence? Series: Scottish studies international - publications of the Scottish Studies Centre, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz in Germersheim, 39. Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main, pp. 165-184.

Martin-Jones, D., and Montanez, M. S. (2015) Museos personales de la memoria: los documentales uruguayos Al pie del árbol blanco y El círculo y la recuperación de historias (nacionales) perdidas. In: Traverso, A. and Crowder-Taraborrelli, T. (eds.) El documental político en Argentina, Chile y Uruguay: de los años cincuenta a la década del dos mil. LOM Ediciones: Santiago, Chile. ISBN 9789560006202

2014

Martin-Jones, D., and Fleming, D. H. (2014) Deleuze and Chinese Cinemas. Journal of Chinese Cinemas, 8(2), pp. 93-98. (doi:10.1080/17508061.2014.915559)

Martin-Jones, D., and Fleming, D. H. (2014) Special Issue: Deleuze and Chinese Cinemas. Journal of Chinese Cinemas, 8(2),

Martin-Jones, D. (2014) Branded city living: Taipei becoming-Paris in Yi ye Taibei/Au Revoir Taipei (2010). Asian Cinema, 25(1), pp. 15-31. (doi:10.1386/ac.25.1.15_1)

Martin-Jones, D. (2014) Film tourism as heritage tourism: Scotland, diaspora and the Da Vinci Code (2006). New Review of Film and Television Studies, 12(2), pp. 156-177. (doi:10.1080/17400309.2014.880301)

Martin-Jones, D. (2014) Remembering the body: Deleuze's recollection-image, and the spectacle of physical memory in Yip Man/Ip Man(2008). Journal of Chinese Cinemas, 8(2), pp. 111-122. (doi:10.1080/17508061.2014.915561)

2013

Martin-Jones, D. (2013) Foolish bum, funny shit: scatological humor in Hal Hartley’s not-so-comedic Henry Fool. In: Pomerance, M. (ed.) The Last Laugh: Strange Humors of Cinema. Series: Contemporary approaches to film and media. Wayne State University Press: Detroit, MI, pp. 163-176. ISBN 9780814335130

Martin-Jones, D., and Montanez, M.S. (2013) Personal museums of memory: the recovery of lost (national) histories in the Uruguayan Documentaries Al pie del árbol blanco and El círculo. Latin American Perspectives, 40(1), pp. 73-87. (doi:10.1177/0094582X12460493)

Martin-Jones, D. (2013) The Angels’ Share: Ken Loach and Paul Laverty lift Scotland’s kilts to expose its darker parts. Senses of Cinema, 66,

Martin-Jones, D. (2013) Archival landscapes and a non-anthropocentric ‘universe memory’ in Nostalgia de la luz/Nostalgia for the Light (2010). Third Text, 27(6), pp. 707-722. (doi:10.1080/09528822.2013.857901)

Martin-Jones, D. (2013) The Dardenne brothers encounter Enrique Dussel: ethics, eurocentrism and a philosophy for world cinemas. In: Conceição Monteiro,, M., Guicci, G. and Besner, N. (eds.) Além dos Limites: Ensaios Para o Século XXI / Beyond the Limits: Essays for the XXI Century. State University of Rio de Janeiro Press: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, pp. 71-105. ISBN 9788575112977

Martin-Jones, D. (2013) The cinematic temporalities of modernity: Deleuze, Quijano and 'How Tasty was my Little Frenchman'. Insights, 6,

Martin-Jones, D., and Montanez, M.S. (2013) Afterthoughts on auto-erasure. Cinema Journal, 53(1),

Martin-Jones, D., and Montanez, M.S. (2013) Uruguay disappears: small cinemas, control Z films, and the aesthetics and politics of auto-erasure. Cinema Journal, 53(1), pp. 26-51. (doi:10.1353/cj.2013.0064)

2012

Montanez, M.S., and Martin-Jones, D. (2012) (Des) localizando el cine Uruguayo/(Dis) locating Uruguayan cinema. 33 Cines, 1(1), pp. 6-16.

Martin-Jones, D. (2012) Colombiana: Europa Corp and the ambiguous geopolitics of the action movie. Senses of Cinema, 62,

Martin-Jones, D. (2012) Transnational allegory/transnational history: Se sei vivo spara/Django Kill ... If You Live, Shoot! Transnational Cinemas, 2(2), pp. 179-195. (doi:10.1386/trac.2.2.179_1)

Martin-Jones, D. and Brown, W., (Eds.) (2012) Deleuze and Film. Series: Deleuze connections. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748641215

Martin-Jones, D. (2012) Traces of time in Traces of Love (2006): repackaging South Korea's traumatic national history for tourism. In: Martin-Jones, D. and Brown, W. (eds.) Deleuze and Film. Series: Deleuze connections. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 54-70. ISBN 9780748641215

Martin-Jones, D., and Brown, W. (2012) Introduction: Deleuze's world tour of cinema. In: Martin-Jones, D. and Brown, W. (eds.) Deleuze and Film. Series: Deleuze connections. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 1-17. ISBN 9780748641215

2011

Martin-Jones, D. (2011) Deleuze and World Cinemas. Continuum: London. ISBN 9780826416933

Martin-Jones, D., and Montanez, M.S. (2011) Estudios de cine en el Reino Unido: la mirada hacia los "cines del mundo" / Film studies in the UK: the turn to "world cinemas". 33 Cines, 2(5), pp. 38-47.

2010

Iordanova, D., Martin-Jones, D. and Vidal, B., (Eds.) (2010) Cinema at the Periphery. Series: Contemporary approaches to film and media. Wayne State University Press: Detroit, MI, USA. ISBN 9780814333884

Iordanova, D., Martin-Jones, D., and Vidal, B. (2010) Introduction: a peripheral view of world cinemas. In: Iordanova, D., Martin-Jones, D. and Vidal, B. (eds.) Cinema at the Periphery. Series: Contemporary approaches to film and media. Wayne State University Press: Detroit, MI, USA, pp. 1-22. ISBN 9780814333884

Martin-Jones, D. (2010) Islands at the edge of history: landscape and the past in recent Scottish-Gaelic films. In: Iordanova, D. and Vidal Villasur, B. (eds.) Cinema at the Periphery. Series: Contemporary approaches to film and television series. Wayne State University Press: Detroit, MI, USA, pp. 156-174. ISBN 9780814333884

Martin-Jones, D. (2010) O ‘opsigno' de Gilles Deleuze em Machuca (2004): cinema e história após a ditadura militar / Gilles Deleuze's "opsign" in Machuca (2004): cinema and history after military rule. In: Amorim, A.C., Galo, S. and Machado de Oliveira Jr., W. (eds.) Conexões: Deleuze e Imagem e Pensamento e ... DP et Alii: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, pp. 33-48. ISBN 9788561593377

2009

Martin-Jones, D. (2009) Demystifying Deleuze: French philosophy meets contemporary US cinema. In: Buckland, W. (ed.) Film Theory and Contemporary Hollywood Movies. Series: AFI film readers. Routledge: New York, NY, USA, pp. 214-233. ISBN 9780415962629

Martin-Jones, D. (2009) No literal connection: images of mass commodification, US militarism, and the oil industry in The Big Lebowski. In: Comentale, E.P. and Jaffe, A. (eds.) The Year's Work in Lebowski Studies. Indiana University Press: Bloomington, IN, USA, pp. 203-227. ISBN 9780253353801

Martin-Jones, D. (2009) Scotland's other kingdoms: reconsidering regional and national identities in a growing small cinema. In: Murray, J., Farley, F. and Stoneman, R. (eds.) Scottish Cinema Now. Cambridge Scholars Press: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, pp. 105-121. ISBN 9781443803311

Martin-Jones, D. (2009) Scotland: Global Cinema ; Genres, Modes and Identities. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748633913

Martin-Jones, D., and Montanez, M.S. (2009) Cinema in progress: new Uruguayan cinema. Screen, 50(3), pp. 334-344. (doi:10.1093/screen/hjp015)

2008

Martin-Jones, D. (2008) Towards another ‘–image’: Deleuze, narrative time and popular Indian cinema. Deleuze Studies, 2(1), pp. 25-48. (doi:10.3366/E1750224108000147)

Martin-Jones, D. (2008) Schizoanalysis, spectacle and the Spaghetti Western. In: Buchanan, I. and MacCormack, P. (eds.) Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Cinema. Continuum: London, UK, pp. 75-88. ISBN 9781847061287

Sutton, D., and Martin-Jones, D. (2008) Deleuze Reframed: A Guide for the Arts Student. Series: Contemporary thinkers reframed. I.B.Tauris: London, UK. ISBN 9781845115470

2007

Martin-Jones, D. (2007) Bicycle thieves, or thieves on bicycles? El Baño del Papa (2007). Studies in Hispanic Cinemas, 4(3), pp. 183-198.

Martin-Jones, D. (2007) Decompressing modernity: South Korean time travel narratives and the IMF crisis. Cinema Journal, 46(4), pp. 45-67.

Martin-Jones, D. (2007) National symbols: Scottish national identity in Dog Soldiers. Symbolism: An International Annual of Critical Aesthetics, 7, pp. 169-200.

Martin-Jones, D. (2007) Toon on the TV: the televisual rebranding of Newcastle, from Our Friends in the North (1996) to 55° North (2004-05). In: Fawcett, H. (ed.) Made in Newcastle: Visual Culture. Northumbria University Press: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, pp. 117-134. ISBN 9781904794264

Martin-Jones, D. (2007) Traces of Time in Traces of Love (2006): South Korean national history and the time-image. Asian Cinema, 18(2), (doi:10.1386/ac.18.2.252_1)

2006

Cooper, S., Martin-Jones, D., Mullarkey, J., and Noys, B. (2006) Continental Film-Philosophy Today: Special Issue of Film-Philosophy [Volume Editors]. Film: Philosophy, 10(2),

Martin-Jones, D. (2006) Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity: Narrative Time in National Contexts. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748622443

Martin-Jones, D. (2006) Kabhi India, Kabhie Scotland: Bollywood productions in post-devolutionary Scotland. South Asian Popular Culture, 4(1), pp. 49-60. (doi:10.1080/14746680600555576)

Martin-Jones, D. (2006) No literal connection: images of mass commodification, US militarism, and the oil industry in The Big Lebowski. In: Bohm, S., Jones, C., Land, C. and Paterson, M. (eds.) Against Automobility. Series: Sociological review monographs. Blackwell: Oxford, UK, pp. 133-149. ISBN 9781405152709

Sorfa, D., Martin-Jones, D., and Mullarkey, J. (2006) Reanimating the Auteur: Special Issue of Film-Philosophy [Volume Editors]. Film: Philosophy, 10(1),

2005

Martin-Jones, D. (2005) Sexual healing: representations of the English in post-devolutionary Scotland. Screen, 46(2), pp. 227-234. (doi:10.1093/screen/46.2.227)

2004

Martin-Jones, D. (2004) Orphans, a work of minor cinema from post-devolutionary Scotland. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 1(2), pp. 226-241. (doi:10.3366/JBCTV.2004.1.2.226)

Martin-Jones, D. (2004) Two Stories, one right, one wrong: narrative, national identity and globalization in Sliding Doors. CineAction, 64,

2002

Martin-Jones, D. (2002) Interview with Patrick Keiller. Journal of Popular British Cinema, 5, pp. 123-132.

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Number of items: 55.

Articles

Martin-Jones, D. (2016) Introduction: film-philosophy and a world of cinemas. Film: Philosophy, 20(1), pp. 6-23. (doi:/10.3366/film.2016.0002)

Martin-Jones, D. (2016) Trolls, tigers and transmodern ecological encounters: Enrique Dussel and a cine-ethics for the anthropocene. Film: Philosophy, 20(1), pp. 63-103. (doi:10.3366/film.2016.0005)

Martin-Jones, D. (2015) Scots movie industry deserves better billing. Scotsman, 2015, 12 Jun.

Martin-Jones, D., and Fleming, D. H. (2014) Deleuze and Chinese Cinemas. Journal of Chinese Cinemas, 8(2), pp. 93-98. (doi:10.1080/17508061.2014.915559)

Martin-Jones, D., and Fleming, D. H. (2014) Special Issue: Deleuze and Chinese Cinemas. Journal of Chinese Cinemas, 8(2),

Martin-Jones, D. (2014) Branded city living: Taipei becoming-Paris in Yi ye Taibei/Au Revoir Taipei (2010). Asian Cinema, 25(1), pp. 15-31. (doi:10.1386/ac.25.1.15_1)

Martin-Jones, D. (2014) Film tourism as heritage tourism: Scotland, diaspora and the Da Vinci Code (2006). New Review of Film and Television Studies, 12(2), pp. 156-177. (doi:10.1080/17400309.2014.880301)

Martin-Jones, D. (2014) Remembering the body: Deleuze's recollection-image, and the spectacle of physical memory in Yip Man/Ip Man(2008). Journal of Chinese Cinemas, 8(2), pp. 111-122. (doi:10.1080/17508061.2014.915561)

Martin-Jones, D., and Montanez, M.S. (2013) Personal museums of memory: the recovery of lost (national) histories in the Uruguayan Documentaries Al pie del árbol blanco and El círculo. Latin American Perspectives, 40(1), pp. 73-87. (doi:10.1177/0094582X12460493)

Martin-Jones, D. (2013) The Angels’ Share: Ken Loach and Paul Laverty lift Scotland’s kilts to expose its darker parts. Senses of Cinema, 66,

Martin-Jones, D. (2013) Archival landscapes and a non-anthropocentric ‘universe memory’ in Nostalgia de la luz/Nostalgia for the Light (2010). Third Text, 27(6), pp. 707-722. (doi:10.1080/09528822.2013.857901)

Martin-Jones, D. (2013) The cinematic temporalities of modernity: Deleuze, Quijano and 'How Tasty was my Little Frenchman'. Insights, 6,

Martin-Jones, D., and Montanez, M.S. (2013) Afterthoughts on auto-erasure. Cinema Journal, 53(1),

Martin-Jones, D., and Montanez, M.S. (2013) Uruguay disappears: small cinemas, control Z films, and the aesthetics and politics of auto-erasure. Cinema Journal, 53(1), pp. 26-51. (doi:10.1353/cj.2013.0064)

Montanez, M.S., and Martin-Jones, D. (2012) (Des) localizando el cine Uruguayo/(Dis) locating Uruguayan cinema. 33 Cines, 1(1), pp. 6-16.

Martin-Jones, D. (2012) Colombiana: Europa Corp and the ambiguous geopolitics of the action movie. Senses of Cinema, 62,

Martin-Jones, D. (2012) Transnational allegory/transnational history: Se sei vivo spara/Django Kill ... If You Live, Shoot! Transnational Cinemas, 2(2), pp. 179-195. (doi:10.1386/trac.2.2.179_1)

Martin-Jones, D., and Montanez, M.S. (2011) Estudios de cine en el Reino Unido: la mirada hacia los "cines del mundo" / Film studies in the UK: the turn to "world cinemas". 33 Cines, 2(5), pp. 38-47.

Martin-Jones, D., and Montanez, M.S. (2009) Cinema in progress: new Uruguayan cinema. Screen, 50(3), pp. 334-344. (doi:10.1093/screen/hjp015)

Martin-Jones, D. (2008) Towards another ‘–image’: Deleuze, narrative time and popular Indian cinema. Deleuze Studies, 2(1), pp. 25-48. (doi:10.3366/E1750224108000147)

Martin-Jones, D. (2007) Bicycle thieves, or thieves on bicycles? El Baño del Papa (2007). Studies in Hispanic Cinemas, 4(3), pp. 183-198.

Martin-Jones, D. (2007) Decompressing modernity: South Korean time travel narratives and the IMF crisis. Cinema Journal, 46(4), pp. 45-67.

Martin-Jones, D. (2007) National symbols: Scottish national identity in Dog Soldiers. Symbolism: An International Annual of Critical Aesthetics, 7, pp. 169-200.

Martin-Jones, D. (2007) Traces of Time in Traces of Love (2006): South Korean national history and the time-image. Asian Cinema, 18(2), (doi:10.1386/ac.18.2.252_1)

Cooper, S., Martin-Jones, D., Mullarkey, J., and Noys, B. (2006) Continental Film-Philosophy Today: Special Issue of Film-Philosophy [Volume Editors]. Film: Philosophy, 10(2),

Martin-Jones, D. (2006) Kabhi India, Kabhie Scotland: Bollywood productions in post-devolutionary Scotland. South Asian Popular Culture, 4(1), pp. 49-60. (doi:10.1080/14746680600555576)

Sorfa, D., Martin-Jones, D., and Mullarkey, J. (2006) Reanimating the Auteur: Special Issue of Film-Philosophy [Volume Editors]. Film: Philosophy, 10(1),

Martin-Jones, D. (2005) Sexual healing: representations of the English in post-devolutionary Scotland. Screen, 46(2), pp. 227-234. (doi:10.1093/screen/46.2.227)

Martin-Jones, D. (2004) Orphans, a work of minor cinema from post-devolutionary Scotland. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 1(2), pp. 226-241. (doi:10.3366/JBCTV.2004.1.2.226)

Martin-Jones, D. (2004) Two Stories, one right, one wrong: narrative, national identity and globalization in Sliding Doors. CineAction, 64,

Martin-Jones, D. (2002) Interview with Patrick Keiller. Journal of Popular British Cinema, 5, pp. 123-132.

Books

Martin-Jones, D. (2011) Deleuze and World Cinemas. Continuum: London. ISBN 9780826416933

Martin-Jones, D. (2009) Scotland: Global Cinema ; Genres, Modes and Identities. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9780748633913

Sutton, D., and Martin-Jones, D. (2008) Deleuze Reframed: A Guide for the Arts Student. Series: Contemporary thinkers reframed. I.B.Tauris: London, UK. ISBN 9781845115470

Martin-Jones, D. (2006) Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity: Narrative Time in National Contexts. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748622443

Book Sections

Martin-Jones, D. (2016) Film-philosophy and the transnational gaze. In: Bennett, B. and Marciniak, K. (eds.) Teaching Transnational Cinema: Politics and Pedagogy. Routledge/AFI: New York, pp. 105-116. ISBN 9781138928435

Martin-Jones, D. (2015) Gaelic filmmaking in Scotland. In: Nowlan, B. and Finch, Z. (eds.) Directory of World Cinema: Scotland. Intellect: Bristol, pp. 25-30. ISBN 9781783203949

Martin-Jones, D. (2015) Ip Man. In: Bettinson, G. (ed.) Directory of World Cinema: China 2. Intellect: Bristol, pp. 231-234. ISBN 9781783204007

Martin-Jones, D. (2015) Scotland, global gateway nation: cinematic imaginings of contemporary Scotland. In: Muller, K. P. (ed.) Scotland 2014 and Beyond - Coming of Age and Loss of Innocence? Series: Scottish studies international - publications of the Scottish Studies Centre, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz in Germersheim, 39. Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main, pp. 165-184.

Martin-Jones, D., and Montanez, M. S. (2015) Museos personales de la memoria: los documentales uruguayos Al pie del árbol blanco y El círculo y la recuperación de historias (nacionales) perdidas. In: Traverso, A. and Crowder-Taraborrelli, T. (eds.) El documental político en Argentina, Chile y Uruguay: de los años cincuenta a la década del dos mil. LOM Ediciones: Santiago, Chile. ISBN 9789560006202

Martin-Jones, D. (2013) Foolish bum, funny shit: scatological humor in Hal Hartley’s not-so-comedic Henry Fool. In: Pomerance, M. (ed.) The Last Laugh: Strange Humors of Cinema. Series: Contemporary approaches to film and media. Wayne State University Press: Detroit, MI, pp. 163-176. ISBN 9780814335130

Martin-Jones, D. (2013) The Dardenne brothers encounter Enrique Dussel: ethics, eurocentrism and a philosophy for world cinemas. In: Conceição Monteiro,, M., Guicci, G. and Besner, N. (eds.) Além dos Limites: Ensaios Para o Século XXI / Beyond the Limits: Essays for the XXI Century. State University of Rio de Janeiro Press: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, pp. 71-105. ISBN 9788575112977

Martin-Jones, D. (2012) Traces of time in Traces of Love (2006): repackaging South Korea's traumatic national history for tourism. In: Martin-Jones, D. and Brown, W. (eds.) Deleuze and Film. Series: Deleuze connections. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 54-70. ISBN 9780748641215

Martin-Jones, D., and Brown, W. (2012) Introduction: Deleuze's world tour of cinema. In: Martin-Jones, D. and Brown, W. (eds.) Deleuze and Film. Series: Deleuze connections. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK, pp. 1-17. ISBN 9780748641215

Iordanova, D., Martin-Jones, D., and Vidal, B. (2010) Introduction: a peripheral view of world cinemas. In: Iordanova, D., Martin-Jones, D. and Vidal, B. (eds.) Cinema at the Periphery. Series: Contemporary approaches to film and media. Wayne State University Press: Detroit, MI, USA, pp. 1-22. ISBN 9780814333884

Martin-Jones, D. (2010) Islands at the edge of history: landscape and the past in recent Scottish-Gaelic films. In: Iordanova, D. and Vidal Villasur, B. (eds.) Cinema at the Periphery. Series: Contemporary approaches to film and television series. Wayne State University Press: Detroit, MI, USA, pp. 156-174. ISBN 9780814333884

Martin-Jones, D. (2010) O ‘opsigno' de Gilles Deleuze em Machuca (2004): cinema e história após a ditadura militar / Gilles Deleuze's "opsign" in Machuca (2004): cinema and history after military rule. In: Amorim, A.C., Galo, S. and Machado de Oliveira Jr., W. (eds.) Conexões: Deleuze e Imagem e Pensamento e ... DP et Alii: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, pp. 33-48. ISBN 9788561593377

Martin-Jones, D. (2009) Demystifying Deleuze: French philosophy meets contemporary US cinema. In: Buckland, W. (ed.) Film Theory and Contemporary Hollywood Movies. Series: AFI film readers. Routledge: New York, NY, USA, pp. 214-233. ISBN 9780415962629

Martin-Jones, D. (2009) No literal connection: images of mass commodification, US militarism, and the oil industry in The Big Lebowski. In: Comentale, E.P. and Jaffe, A. (eds.) The Year's Work in Lebowski Studies. Indiana University Press: Bloomington, IN, USA, pp. 203-227. ISBN 9780253353801

Martin-Jones, D. (2009) Scotland's other kingdoms: reconsidering regional and national identities in a growing small cinema. In: Murray, J., Farley, F. and Stoneman, R. (eds.) Scottish Cinema Now. Cambridge Scholars Press: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, pp. 105-121. ISBN 9781443803311

Martin-Jones, D. (2008) Schizoanalysis, spectacle and the Spaghetti Western. In: Buchanan, I. and MacCormack, P. (eds.) Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Cinema. Continuum: London, UK, pp. 75-88. ISBN 9781847061287

Martin-Jones, D. (2007) Toon on the TV: the televisual rebranding of Newcastle, from Our Friends in the North (1996) to 55° North (2004-05). In: Fawcett, H. (ed.) Made in Newcastle: Visual Culture. Northumbria University Press: Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, pp. 117-134. ISBN 9781904794264

Martin-Jones, D. (2006) No literal connection: images of mass commodification, US militarism, and the oil industry in The Big Lebowski. In: Bohm, S., Jones, C., Land, C. and Paterson, M. (eds.) Against Automobility. Series: Sociological review monographs. Blackwell: Oxford, UK, pp. 133-149. ISBN 9781405152709

Edited Books

Martin-Jones, D. and Brown, W., (Eds.) (2012) Deleuze and Film. Series: Deleuze connections. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9780748641215

Iordanova, D., Martin-Jones, D. and Vidal, B., (Eds.) (2010) Cinema at the Periphery. Series: Contemporary approaches to film and media. Wayne State University Press: Detroit, MI, USA. ISBN 9780814333884

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