Research Publications for Arezou Zalipour
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Zalipour, A. (2017). Fortune drama series, Season 1: 6 episodes [Production team, script supervisor]. Chasing time Production. New Zealand.
Zalipour, A. (2017). Film and Diversity. In Shama News Bulletin (Iss. 4, pp. 2). Melville, Hamilton, New Zealand: Sharma.
Zalipour, A., Mandelberg, J., Haines, A., & Haines, G. (2017). (In)Visible New Zealand Film Festival. [Curator]. The Meteor Theatre, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Zalipour, A. (2017). Defining the terms - Functions of ethnic media. In E. Papoutsaki, & E. Kolesova (Eds.), Ethnic migrant media forum 2014 curated proceedings (pp. 27-29). Auckland, New Zealand: epress Unitec.
Zalipour, A. (2017). (In)Visible New Zealand Film Festival. [Director and Concept Developer]. The Meteor Theatre, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Zalipour, A. (2017). Film and Diversity in New Zealand. [Curator]. Shama's Autumn Gala, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Zalipour, A. (2017). From memory to imagination and back: Viewers' responses to Tusi Tamasese's One Thousand Ropes. In Oceanic Memory: Islands, Ecologies, Peoples. Conference held at Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand.
Hight, C., & Zalipour, A. (2017). Shopping in a narrow field: Cross-media news repertories in New Zealand. Participations: journal of audience and reception studies, 4(2), 416-436.
Zalipour, A., & Gedera, D. (2017). The use of interactive video discourse in making digital teaching development toolkit. In Association for Visual Pedagogies Conference. Conference held at Aalborg University, Rendsburggade 14 (CREATE) & Kroghstræde 3, Aalborg, Denmark. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6jVLOgVCEw&feature=em-upload_owner
Zalipour, A., & Hardy, A. (2016). Women, religion, and food: Indian diasporic film in New Zealand. Women's Studies: an interdisciplinary journal, 45(8), 775-789. doi:10.1080/00497878.2016.1232026