Charlotte has led the following undergraduate modules:
- MED5168 Fandoms and Subcultures
- MED5213 Screen Fandoms
- MED5170 Film Cultures
- MED4166 Hollywood: Early Film to Blockbuster
- MED4168 Introduction to Film Theory
- MED4172 The Language of Film
- MED4170 Film and the Principles of Storytelling
- MED5127 Celebrity Culture
Current and past PhD supervision includes projects about:
- fanvids, affect and music
- k-pop fan culture
- narrative and ‘dark’ video games
Fanvids: Television, Women, and Home Media Re-Use. Amsterdam University Press, 2020.
‘Intermedial Relationships of Radio Features with Denis Mitchell’s and Philip Donnellan’s Early Television Documentaries.’ Lead author, with John Wyver. Media History, 24.2 (2018): 252-265.
‘Curating A Fan History of Vampires: “What We Vid in the Shadows” at VidUKon 2016.’ Journal of Adaptation in Film & Performance 10.3 (2017): 263-275.
‘To Watch Wonder Woman.’ In Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema at Forty. Commentary and Criticism, Feminist Media Studies 15.5 (2015): 900-903.
‘Telling the (Wrong) Story: The Disintegration of Transcultural Communication and Narrative in The Fall.’ CineAction 80 (2010): 30-37.
‘Intermedial Relationships of Radio Features with Denis Mitchell’s and Philip Donnellan’s Early Television Documentaries.’ Lead author, with John Wyver. In Radio Modernisms: Features, Cultures and the BBC, edited by Aasiya Lodhi, Amanda Wrigley. Routledge, 2020. 252-265.
‘History, Fandom, and Online Game Communities.’ Co-authored with Nick Webber. In Historia Ludens: The Playing Historian. Edited by Alexander von Lünen, Katherine J. Lewis, Benjamin Litherland, Pat Cullum. Routledge, 2020. 189-203.
‘On Vidding: The Home Media Archive and Vernacular Historiography.’ In Cult Media: Re-packaged, Re-released and Restored. Edited by Jonathan Wroot and Andy Willis. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. 143-159.
‘The Popular Electronic: Doctor Who and the BBC's Radiophonic Workshop.’ In Impossible Worlds, Impossible Things: Cultural Perspectives on Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures. Edited by Melissa Beattie, Ross P. Garner, and Una McCormack. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010. 172-182.
‘Historical Binge-Watching: Marathon Viewing on Videotape.’ In Binge-Watching and Contemporary Television Research. Edited by Mareike Jenner. Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming.
‘Video Game to Streaming Series: The Case of Castlevania on Netflix.’ In Global TV Horror. Edited by Lorna Jowett and Stacey Abbott. University of Wales Press, forthcoming 2021.