• Jung, Berenike. The Invisibilities of Torture. Political Torture and Visual Evidence in U.S. and Chilean Fiction Cinema, 2004-2014. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press (forthcoming 2019).
  • 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).

Book Chapters

  • Jung, Berenike. “See you in Court! Trump, Affekt und das Gesetz in The Good Fight” in Dominik Maeder, Herbert Schwaab, Stephan Trinkaus, Anne Ulrich, Tanja Weber (eds.) Trump, die Medien und das Fernsehen (forthcoming).
  • 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. “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. “Radical Watching: Blindness and Perception in Get Out,” in Lucy Bolton, David Martin-Jones, Robert Sinnerbrink (d.) Screen Ethics under Globalization: The Politics of Seeing, Feeling and Acting Anew (Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, forthcoming).
  • 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.

Peer reviewed Essays

  • 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).