Ernest Mathijs

Professor

Department

About

Ernest researches the receptions of what can broadly be called 'alternative cinema' - cult film, genre cinema, independent films, David Cronenberg, and European horror films. He has also written on The Lord of the Rings, Belgian Cinema, the reality TV series Big Brother, the literature of Thomas Pynchon, the art of Joseph Beuys, and on theories of mimesis.

*Currently on leave for 2019-2020 academic year*


Ernest Mathijs

Professor

Ernest researches the receptions of what can broadly be called 'alternative cinema' - cult film, genre cinema, independent films, David Cronenberg, and European horror films. He has also written on The Lord of the Rings, Belgian Cinema, the reality TV series Big Brother, the literature of Thomas Pynchon, the art of Joseph Beuys, and on theories of mimesis.

*Currently on leave for 2019-2020 academic year*

Ernest Mathijs

Professor

Ernest researches the receptions of what can broadly be called 'alternative cinema' - cult film, genre cinema, independent films, David Cronenberg, and European horror films. He has also written on The Lord of the Rings, Belgian Cinema, the reality TV series Big Brother, the literature of Thomas Pynchon, the art of Joseph Beuys, and on theories of mimesis.

*Currently on leave for 2019-2020 academic year*