Gabor Gergely is a Lecturer in the School of Film and Media. His research interests are focused around questions of difference and pathology in popular film in a variety of national cinema settings. He has published a book on émigré actors in classical Hollywood (Foreign Devils, 2012). His book on Hungarian cinema and anti-Semitism in the 1930s and 40s (forthcoming 2017 with Amsterdam University Press) was written as part of a project funded under the Leverhulme Trust’s Early Career Fellowship scheme. He is currently developing a research project on foreignness and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
PhD Film Studies
— University of Exeter, 2011
MA Film Studies
— University of Exeter, 2008
BA (Hons) European Film and World Cinema
— University of Exeter, 2007
Higher Education Academy
External Activities and Consultancy
Member of Editorial Board of Studies in Eastern European Cinema.