Publications

 

Books

  • Jung, Berenike. The Invisibilities of Torture. The Presence of Absence in U.S. and Chilean Fiction Cinema, 2004-2014, 2004-2014. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press (forthcoming June 2020).
  • Jung, Berenike. Narrating Violence in Post-9/11 Action Cinema. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (2010).

Edited Volumes

  • Jung, Berenike & Bruzzi, Stella. Beyond the Rhetoric of Pain. London/New York: Routledge (2019).

Edited Journals

  • Jung, Berenike & Girina, Ivan (Hrsg). G|A|M|E – Games as Art, Media, Entertainment 8: ‘Would you kindly?’: Claiming Video Game Agency as Interdisciplinary Concept (2019).

Book Chapters

  • Jung, Berenike. “Proto-Selfies in Prison: Spectacle, Invisibility, & the Normalcy of Exceptional Brutality, from Abu Ghraib to the prison-industrial complex,” in: Vanessa Ossa, David Scheu & Lukas Wilde (eds.): Threat Communication and the US Order after 9/11: Medial Reflections (London/New York: Routledge, forthcoming).
  • Jung, Berenike & Lukas R.A. Wilde: „Unravelling the ‚Trump Shock,‘ or: The Intertwined Threat Communication of ‚Post-11/9’,“ in Vanessa Ossa, David Scheu und Lukas R.A. Wilde (eds.): Medial Reflections: Threat Communication and the US Order after 9/11 (London/New York: Routledge, forthcoming in 2020).
  • Jung, Berenike. “The Colour of the Gaze: Ethical Strategies Get Out,” in Lucy Bolton, David Martin-Jones, and Robert Sinnerbrink (Hrsg.), Screen Ethics under Globalization: The Politics of Seeing, Feeling and Acting Anew (Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press (forthcoming 2020).
  • Jung, Berenike. “Introduction to Beyond the Rhetoric of Pain,” in: Beyond the Rhetoric of Pain (London/New York: Routledge, 2019) pp. 1-11.
  • Jung, Berenike. “Voice and Silence: An Interview with Diamela Eltit,” in Berenike Jung & Stella Bruzzi (eds.) Beyond the Rhetoric of Pain (London/New York: Routledge, 2019) pp. 193-220.
  • Jung, Berenike. “Within the limits of the possible: Aesthetics and Ethics in Larraín’s Dictatorship Trilogy,” in Laura Hatry (ed.), ReFocus: The International Director Series (Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, forthcoming 2019).
  • Jung, Berenike. “History, Fiction and the Politics of Corporeality in Pablo Larraín’s Dictatorship Trilogy,” in Jennie Carlsten & Fearghal McGarry (eds.) Film, History, and Memory (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2015) pp. 118-33.
  • Jung, Berenike. “Utopian Heroes: Trauma reenactment and Stalling in Batman Begins and Superman Returns,” in Antje Dallmann, Reinhard Isensee & Philipp Kneis (eds.), Envisioning American Utopias (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2011), pp 195-204.

Reviews

  • Jung, Berenike. “The Apartment Complex: Urban Living and Global Screen Cultures,” in Pamela Robertson Wojcik (Hrsg.), Film Studies Journal (forthcoming 2020).

 

Peer reviewed Essays

  • Jung, Berenike. “‘Now You’re In The Sunken Place’: Agency in Reaction GIFs” in G. Plaitano, S. Venturini, P. Villa (Hrsg.) Moving Pictures, Living Machines. Automation, Animation and the Imitation of Life in Cinema and Media, Mimesis International: Udine-Milan (2020).
  • Jung, Berenike. “Surface Meanings: A Media Archaeological Analysis of NO (Pablo Larraín, 2012),” Cinergie Libri (forthcoming 2019).
  • Jung, Berenike. “Imagining the Past. The Politics of Corporeality in Pablo Larraín’s dictatorship trilogy”, in Victor Barbat & Catherine Roudé (eds.) De l’Unité populaire à la transition démocratique: représentations, diffusions, mémoires cinématographiques du Chili, 1970-2013, actes des journées d’étude, published online as conference proceedings (October 2013).