Additional Campus Affiliations
Director, Roger Ebert Center for Film Studies, Media and Cinema Studies
Associate Professor, Media and Cinema Studies
Associate Professor, Institute of Communications Research
Associate Professor, Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory
Turnock, J. (2016). Postwar Hollywood, 1947-1967: Special/visual effects. In Editing and Special/Visual Effects (pp. 91-102). Rutgers University Press.
Turnock, J. (2016). The auteur renaissance, 1968-1980: Special/visual effects. In Editing and Special/Visual Effects (pp. 116-128). Rutgers University Press.
Turnock, J. (2015). Patient research on the slapstick lots: From trick men to special effects artists in silent Hollywood. Early Popular Visual Culture, 13(2), 152-173. https://doi.org/10.1080/17460654.2015.1025531
Turnock, J. (2014). The true stars of star wars? Experimental filmmakers in the 1970s and 1980s special effects industry. Film History: An International Journal, 26(4), 120-145. https://doi.org/10.1353/fih.2014.0026
Turnock, J. (2013). Removing the pane of glass: The Hobbit, 3D high frame rate filmmaking, and the rhetoric of digital convergence. Film Criticism, 37-38(3-1), 30-59.