Kevin Flanagan is a Ph.D. student in the Critical & Cultural Studies program in the Department of English/Film Studies. He holds an M.A. in English/Film Studies from North Carolina State University. His main research interests include postwar British and Irish cinema, modes of film satire, genre, and ‘Birmingham School’ cultural studies.Kevin’s edited anthology Ken Russell: Re-Viewing England’s Last Mannerist was published by Scarecrow Press in August 2009. His essays and reviews can be found in Framework, Media Fields Journal, Film & History, Modern Language Studies and the Journal of British Cinema and Television. Kevin’s current long-term project investigates the largely ignored intersections of comedy and war in the Post-1945 British context. Their entwined histories, he argues, are no laughing matter.
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