Publications

Journal Articles

Verhoeven, D., Moore, P.S., Coles, A., Coate, B., Zemaityte, V., Musial, K., Prommer, E.,  Mantsio, M., Taylor, S., Eltham, B., Loist, S., & Davidson, A. (2020). “Disciplinary itineraries and digital methods: Examining the Kinomatics collaboration networks”. NECSUS European Journal of Media Studies (Special issue on Method). DOI: https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/15320

Verhoeven D, Musial K, Palmer S, Taylor S, Abidi S, Zemaityte V, et al. (2020) Controlling for openness in the male-dominated collaborative networks of the global film industry. PLoS ONE 15(6): e0234460. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0234460

Phillips, S., & Verhoeven, D. (2020) ‘“How Do We Live Together Without Killing Each Other” – Indigenous and Feminist Perspectives on Relationality’ Journal of Communication, Culture, and Critique

Bródka, P., Musial, K., & Jankowski, J. (2019). Interacting Spreading Processes in Multilayer Networks. http://arxiv.org/pdf/1903.05932v1

Loist, S., & Verhoeven, D. (2019). Complex not Complicated: Gendered Media Industries in the Wake of #MeToo. Media Industries, 6(1), pp. 67–71. https://doi.org/10.3998/mij.15031809.0006.104

Musial, K., Bródka, P., & de Meo, P. (2019). Analysis and Applications of Complex Social Networks 2018. Complexity, (2019), 1–2. https://doi.org/10.1155/2019/9082573

Prommer, E. & Loist, S. (2019). Gendered Production Culture in the German Film Industry. Media Industries, 6(1), pp. 95–115. https://doi.org/10.3998/mij.15031809.0006.106

Verhoeven, D., Coate, B., & Zemaityte, V. (2019). Re-Distributing Gender in the Global Film Industry: Beyond #MeToo and #MeThree. Media Industries, 6(1), pp. 135–155. https://doi.org/10.3998/mij.15031809.0006.108

Verhoeven, D., Moore, P. S., Zemaityte, V., Loist, S. & Samoilova, Z. (2019). Intellectual Networks and Cultural Networks: Kinomatics and the Complex Cultural Geometry of Cinema, Global Digital Humanities 2019: “Complexities”, Utrecht.

Wahid-Ul-Ashraf, A., Budka, M., & Musial, K. (2019a). Simulation and Augmentation of Social Networks for Building Deep Learning Models.

Wahid-Ul-Ashraf, A., Budka, M., & Musial, K. (2019b). How to Predict Social Relationships—Physics-inspired Approach to Link Prediction. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and Its Applications, (523), pp. 1110–1129. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.physa.2019.04.246

Coles, A. L., Macdonald, F., & Delaney, A. (2018). Gender and Informality at Work – Theoretical Provocations: An Introduction to the Special Issue on Gender and Informality. Labour & Industry: A Journal of the Social and Economic Relations of Work, 28(2), pp. 93–98. https://doi.org/10.1080/10301763.2018.1492313

Eltham, B., & Verhoeven, D. (2018). A Natural Experiment in Australian Cultural Policy: Australian Government Funding Cuts Disproportionately Affect Companies that Produce More New Work and Have Larger Audiences. International Journal of Cultural Policy, pp. 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2018.1436167

Götz, M., Hofmann, O., Mendel, C., Lemish, D., Scherr, S., Gozansky, Y., Huang, K., Prommer, E., Russo-Johnson, C., Sanabria, E. & Whitaker, L. (2018). Whose Story is Being Told? Results of an Analysis of Children’s TV in 8 Countries. TelevIZIon, (31), pp. 61–65.

Kendrick, L., Musial, K., & Gabrys, B. (2018). Change Point Detection in Social Networks: Critical Review with Experiments. Computer Science Review, (29), pp. 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cosrev.2018.05.001

Loist, S. (2018). Gendered Media Industries: Argumente für eine geschlechtergerechte und diverse Filmindustrie. Navigationen, 18(2), pp. 135–158.

Prommer, E. (2018). US-Blockbuster-Marketing in Deutschland. Navigationen, 18(2), pp. 159–176.

Qin, M., Di Jin, Lei, K., Gabrys, B., & Musial-Gabrys, K. (2018). Adaptive Community Detection Incorporating Topology and Content in Social Networks. Knowledge-Based Systems, (161), pp. 342–356. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.knosys.2018.07.037

Taylor, S. (2018a). A Place to Play: An Historical Geographical Perspective on Live Music and Poker Machines in Australian Pubs. Historic Environment, (30), pp. 112–133.

Taylor, S. (2018b). Making it in the Melbourne Music Scene: Post-punk and Post-post-punk’, In Proceedings of the 14th Australasian Urban History Planning History Conference (UHPH 2018), Melbourne, Australia. https://doi.org/10.25916/5C246B13D9302

Taylor, S., & Munguia, P. (2018). Towards a Data Archiving Solution for Learning Analytics. In A. Pardo, K. Bartimote-Aufflick, G. Lynch, S. B. Shum, R. Ferguson, A. Merceron, & X. Ochoa (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge—LAK ’18, pp. 260–264. https://doi.org/10.1145/3170358.3170415

Verhoeven, D., Musial, K., Palmer, S., Taylor, S., Simpson, L., Zemaityte, V. & Abedi, S. (2018). Solving the Problem of the “Gender Offenders”: Controlling Collaborative Network Evolution to Optimize Openness. Global Digital Humanities 2018: “Bridges”, Mexico City.

Wahid-Ul-Ashraf, A., Budka, M., & Musial-Gabrys, K. (2018). Newton’s Gravitational Law for Link Prediction in Social Networks. In C. Cherifi, H. Cherifi, M. Karsai, & M. Musolesi (Eds.), Complex Networks & Their Applications VI, pp. 93–104. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-72150-7_8

Zemaityte, V., Coate, B., & Verhoeven, D. (2018). Media Trade Beyond Country Borders: Five Types of Global Cinema Distribution. SSRN Electronic Journal. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3228310

Zemaityte, V., Verhoeven, D., & Coate, B. (2018). Understanding the Dynamics between the United States and Australian Film Markets: Testing the 10% Rule. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 12(1), pp. 56–69. https://doi.org/10.1080/17503175.2018.1427827

Zhang, J., McBurney, P., & Musial, K. (2018). Convergence of Trading Strategies in Continuous Double Auction Markets with Boundedly-Rational Networked Traders. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting, 50(1) pp. 301–352. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11156-017-0631-3

Coate, B., Verhoeven, D., Palmer, S., & Arrowsmith, C.  (2017). Using Big Cultural Data to Understand Diversity and Reciprocity in the Global Flow of Contemporary Cinema, In Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Measurement of Digital Cultural Products, UNESCO Institute for Statistics, Montreal, Canada, pp. 141-151.

Coate, B., Verhoeven, D., & Davidson, A. (2017). The Cinema Cities Index: Comparing Urban Cinema Cultures around the World. Media International Australia, 163(1), pp. 163–175. https://doi.org/10.1177/1329878X17693931

de Meo, P., Musial-Gabrys, K., Rosaci, D., Sarnè, G. M. L., & Aroyo, L. (2017). Using Centrality Measures to Predict Helpfulness-Based Reputation in Trust Networks. ACM Transactions on Internet Technology, 17(1), pp. 1–20. https://doi.org/10.1145/2981545

Gao, F., Musial, K., & Gabrys, B. (2017). A Community Bridge Boosting Social Network Link Prediction Model. In J. Diesner, E. Ferrari & X. Guandong (Ed.), ASONAM ’17 Proceedings of the 2017 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining 2017. Sydney, Australia, July 31-August 3. pp. 683–689. https://doi.org/10.1145/3110025.3110143

Musial, K., Bródka, P., & de Meo, P. (2017). Analysis and Applications of Complex Social Networks. Complexity, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/3014163

Prommer, E., & Linke, C. (2017). Das Menschenbild der Medien: Frauen sind jung und schlank – Männer erklären die Welt. Research & Results, (7), pp. 65–69.

Prommer, E., Linke, C., & Stüwe, J. (2017). Is the Future Equal? Geschlechterrepräsentationen im Kinderfernsehen. TelevIZIon, 30(2), pp. 4–10.

Musial-Gabrys, K., Abdullaev, S., & McBurney, P. (2016). Pricing Options with Portfolio-based Option Trading Agents in Direct Double Auction. In G. A. Kaminka (Ed.), Proceedings of the 22nd European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2016), pp. 1754–1755.

Burrows, T., & Verhoeven, D. (2016a). Aggregating Data for Social Linking in the Humanities and Creative Arts: The Humanities Networked Infrastructure HuNI. Signa: Revista de La Asociación Española de Semiótica, (25) pp. 109-119. https://doi.org/10.5944/signa.vol25.2016.16931

Burrows, T., & Verhoeven, D. (2016b). Libraries and the Digital Humanities: Partnership, Collaboration and Shared Agendas. In Proceedings of the VALA2016 Conference, February 10, 2016, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Coles, A. L. (2016). Creative Class Politics: Unions and the Creative Economy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 22(3), pp. 456–472. https://doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2014.994612

Dourish, P., Cruz, G., Horst, E., Lupton, D., Pink, S., Postill, J., Sumartojo, S., & Verhoeven, D. (2016). Data Ethnographies 4: Data Stories. Data Ethnographies Lab.

Musial, K., Brodka, P., & Magnani, M. (2016). Social Network Analysis in Applications. AI Communications, 29(1), pp. 55–56. https://doi.org/10.3233/AIC-150688

Palmer, S., & Verhoeven, D. (2016). Crowdfunding Academic Researchers: The Importance of Academic Social Media Profiles. In C. Bernadas & D. Minchella (Eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Social Media, pp. 291–299.

Verhoeven, D. (2016a). As Luck Would Have It. Feminist Media Histories, 2(1), pp. 7–28. https://doi.org/10.1525/fmh.2016.2.1.7

Verhoeven, D. (2016b). Visualising Data in Digital Cinema Studies: More Than Just Going Through the Motions? Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media, (11), pp. 92–104.

Coate, B., Verhoeven, D., Davidson, A., Arrowsmith, C., & Zemaityte, V. (2015). Feature Film Diversity on Australian Cinema Screens: Implications for the Domestic Film Industry. Proceedings of the XVIIth Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand (FHAANZ) Conference. Presented at the Queensland University of Technology. Queensland University of Technology. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-48299-6_16

Verhoeven, D., & Coate, B. (2015). Counting the Cost: The Impact of Cinema Ticket Prices in Australia. Metro, (186), pp. 118–123.

Coles, A. L. (2016). Creative Class Politics: Unions and the Creative Economy. International Journal of Cultural Policy, 22(3), pp. 456–472. https://doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2014.994612

Coles, A. L. (2015). Time, Space and Power: Introduction to the Special Issue on the Making and Remaking of Unions, Community, Work and Family Life. Labour & Industry: A Journal of the Social and Economic Relations of Work, 25(1), pp. 1–8. https://doi.org/10.1080/10301763.2015.1045707

Davidson, A., Verhoeven, D., & Arrowsmith, C. (2015). Petal Diagrams: A New Technique for Mapping Historical Change in the Film Industry. International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, 9(2), pp. 142–163. https://doi.org/10.3366/ijhac.2015.0146

Gao, F., Musial, K., Cooper, C., & Tsoka, S. (2015). Link Prediction Methods and Their Accuracy for Different Social Networks and Network Metrics. Scientific Programming, 2015(3), pp. 1–13. https://doi.org/10.1155/2015/172879

Johnson, A., & Arrowsmith, C. (2015). Techniques for Analyzing the Relationship between Population Density and Geographical Features of Interest. Procedia Environmental Sciences, (27), pp. 89–93. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proenv.2015.07.116

Loist, S. (2015). Crossover Dreams: Global Circulation of Queer Film on the Film Festival Circuits. Diogenes, 62(1), pp. 57–72. https://doi.org/10.1177/0392192116667014

Prommer, E. (2015). Die Generation 50plus im Kino. Medien Und Altern, Vol. 7, pp. 79–92.

Verhoeven, D., Davidson, A., & Coate, B. (2015). Australian Films at Large: Expanding the Evidence about Australian Cinema Performance. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 9(1), pp. 7–20. https://doi.org/10.1080/17503175.2014.998098

Verhoeven, D., & Burrows, T. (2015). Aggregating Cultural Heritage Data for Research Use: The Humanities Networked Infrastructure (HuNI). In E. Garoufallou, R. J. Hartley, & P. Gaitanou (Eds.), Metadata and Semantics Research: Proceedings, pp. 417–423. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-24129-6_3

Arrowsmith, C., Verhoeven, D., Davidson, A., & Coate, B. (2014). Kinomatics: A Global Study into Cinema Data. In Proceedings of the Geospatial Science Research 3 Symposium (GSR_3).

Arrowsmith, C., Verhoeven, D., & Davidson, A. (2014). Exhibiting the Exhibitors: Spatial Visualization for Heterogeneous Cinema Venue Data. The Cartographic Journal, 51(4), pp. 301–312. https://doi.org/10.1179/1743277414Y.0000000096

Avital, M., Andersson, M., Nickerson, J., Sundararajan, A., van Alstyne, M., & Verhoeven, D. (2014). The Collaborative Economy: A Disruptive Innovation or Much Ado about Nothing? (Panel). In E. Karahanna, A. Srinivasan, & B. Tan (Eds.), Thirty Fifth International Conference on Information Systems, pp. 1–7.

Burrows, T., & Verhoeven, D. (2014). Linking and Sharing Data in the Humanities and Creative Arts: Building the HuNI Virtual Laboratory. In Proceedings of VALA2014, February 6, 2014, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Loist, S. (2014). Teaching Film Festivals: Between Theory and Practice. Dossier: Film Festival Pedagogy: Using the Film Festival in or as a Film Course. Scope: An Online Journal of Film & TV Studies, (26), pp. 12–15.

Musial, K., Bródka, P., Kazienko, P. & Gaworecki, J. (2014). Extraction of Multilayered Social Networks from Activity Data. The Scientific World Journal, (2014), https://doi.org/10.1155/2014/359868

Owen, S., Verhoeven, D., Horn, A., & Robertson, S. (2014). Collaboration Success in the Dataverse Libraries as Digital Humanities Research Partners. Proceedings of the IATUL Conferences. Paper 1.

Prommer, E. (2014). Stirring Up a Good Comedy: The Recipe for Funny Children’s Television. TelevIZIon, (27), pp. 26–29.

Sichler, A., & Prommer, E. (2014). Gender Differences Within the German-Language Wikipedia. Essachess – Journal for Communication Studies, (7), pp. 53–75.

Taylor, S., Arrowsmith, C., & Cook, N. T. (2014). A Band on Every Corner: Using Historical GIS to Describe Changes in the Sydney and Melbourne Live Music Scenes. In Proceedings of the Geospatial Science Research 3 Symposium (GSR_3), December 1, 2014. School of Mathematical and Geospatial Science, RMIT University, Melbourne.

Verhoeven, D., Davidson, A., Gionfriddo, A., Verhoeven, J., & Gravestock, P. (2014). Turning Gigabytes into Gigs: Songification and Live Music Data. Akademisk Kvarter / Academic Quarter, (9), pp. 151–163.

Budka, M., Juszczyszyn, K., Musial, K., & Musial, A. (2013). Molecular Model of Dynamic Social Network Based on E-mail Communication. Social Network Analysis and Mining, 3(3), pp. 543–563. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13278-013-0101-4

Coles, A. L., & Fairbrother, P. (2013). The Dilemmas of Union Capacity: Organising the Entertainment Industry. In N. Osbaldiston, C. Strong, & H. Forbes-Mewett (Eds.), Reflections, Intersections and Aspirations: Proceedings of the Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, November 25-28, 2013, pp. 1–10. Monash University, Melbourne, (AU).

Musial, K., Budka, M., & Juszczyszyn, K. (2013). Creation and Growth of Online Social Network: how do Social Networks Evolve? World Wide Web Journal, 16(4), pp. 421–447. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11280-012-0177-1

Musial, K., & Kazienko, P. (2013). Social Networks on the Internet. World Wide Web Journal, 16(1), pp. 31–72. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11280-011-0155-z

Verhoeven, D. (2013). Twice Born: Dionysos Films and the Establishment of a Greek Film Circuit in Australia (updated). Filmicon, Journal of Greek Film Studies, 1(1).

Moore, P. S. (2012). Mapping the Mass Circulation of Early Cinema: Film Debuts Coast-to-Coast in Canada in 1896 and 1897. Canadian Journal of Film Studies | Revue Canadienne d’Études Cinématographiques, 21(1), pp. 58–80.

Verhoeven, D. (2012). New Cinema History and the Computational Turn. In WCCA 2012: ‘Beyond Art, Beyond Humanities, Beyond Technology: A New Creativity’: Proceedings of the World Congress of Communication and the Arts Conference, University of Minho, Portugal.

Arrowsmith, C., & Verhoeven, D. (2011). Visual Methods for Showing Cinema Circuits at Varying Temporal and Spatial Scales. In Arrowsmith, C., Bellman, C., Cartwright, W., Jones, S. & Shortis, M. (Eds.) Proceedings of the Geospatial Science Research Symposium, Proceedings of the 2011 Geospatial Science Research_1 Symposium, 1–16. Melbourne, Australia.

Arrowsmith, C., Verhoeven, D., & Davidson, A. (2011). A Method for Detecting Geographical Cinema Circuits Using Markov Chains. In Ruas, A. (Ed.) Advances in Cartography and GIScience. Volume 2. Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography, (6), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, (GER). pp. 163-178.

Davidson, A., Arrowsmith, C., & Verhoeven, D. (2011). A Method for the Visual Representation of Historic Multivariate Point Data. In A. Ruas (Ed.), Advances in Cartography and GIScience, pp. 163–178. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-19214-2

Loist, S. (2011). Precarious Cultural Work: About the Organization of (Queer) Film Festivals. Screen, 52(2), pp. 268–273. https://doi.org/10.1093/screen/hjr016

Coles, A. L. (2010). Unintended Consequences: Examining the Impact of Tax Credit Programmes on Work in the Canadian Independent Film and Television Production Sector. Cultural Trends, 19(1–2), pp. 109–124. https://doi.org/10.1080/09548961003696120

Verhoeven, D. (2010). Coming Soon (to a Theatre near You): The Temporality of Global Film Distribution to Australia. Media International Australia, Incorporating Culture & Policy, (136), pp. 146–161.

Verhoeven, D., Arrowsmith, C., & Davidson, A. (2010). The Role of GIS and Spatial Analyses for Understanding Historical Change in the Post-war Film Industry: An Interdisciplinary Case Study Approach. In Mapping the City in Film. A Geo-Historical Analysis: Proceedings of an Interdisciplinary Conference. University of Liverpool, CD. February 25-26, 2010.

Verhoeven, D., & Cameron, A. (2010). Above the Bottom Line: Analysing the Culture of Australian Screen Content Producers. Lumina: Journal of Screen Arts and Business, (6), pp. 40–61.

Bowles, K., Maltby, R., Verhoeven, D., & Walsh, M. (2007). More than Ballyhoo? The Importance of Understanding Film Consumption in Australia. Metro, (152), pp. 96–101.

Verhoeven, D. (2007). Twice Born: Dionysos Films and the Establishment of a Greek Film Circuit in Australia. Studies in Australasian Cinema, 1(3), pp. 275–298. https://doi.org/10.1386/sac.1.3.275_1

Coles, A. L. (2006). Acting in the Name of Culture? Organized Labour Campaigns for Canadian Dramatic Programming. Canadian Journal of Communication, 31(3), pp. 519-540. https://doi.org/10.22230/cjc.2006v31n3a1765

Book Chapters

Loist, S. (2020, in press). Film Festival Research Workshops: Debates on Methodology. In A. Vallejo & E. Winton (Eds.), Documentary Film Festivals. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-17320-3

Moore, P. S. (2020, in press). Paramount Pictures, National Advertising Agencies, and the Conspicuous Distribution of First-Run Feature Films in the United States. In C. Keil & R. J. King (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Silent Cinema. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Moore, P. S., & Whitehead, J. (2020, in press). Cinema Paradiso: Toronto’s Italian-Language Cinemas and Distribution Networks. In A. Gravano & R. Calabretta-Sajder (Eds.), Italian-Americans on Screen. Rutgers.

Moore, P. S., Whitehead, J., & Pelletier, L. (2020, in press). The Girl Friend in Canada: Ray Lewis and Canadian Moving Picture Digest. In D. Biltereyst & L. van de Vijver (Eds.), Mapping Movie Magazines. Palgrave Macmillan.

Prommer, E., & Loist, S. (2020, in press). Where are the Female Creatives? The Status Quo of the German Screen Industry. In S. Liddy (Ed.), Women in the International Film Industry. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

Taylor, S. (2020, in press). Making it: The Ears, INXS, and Music Scene Restructuring as Seen Through Dogs in Space. In D. Nicols & S. Perillo (Eds.), Urban Australia and Post-Punk. Melbourne: Palgrave Macmillan.

Brandum, D., Coate, B., & Verhoeven, D. (2019). When Distributors’ Trash Becomes Exhibitors’ Treasure: Rethinking Film Success and Failure. In D. Biltereyst, R. Maltby, & P. Meers (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to New Cinema History, pp. 187–197. London and New York, NY: Routledge.

Coate, B., & Verhoeven, D. (2019). Show Me the Data! Uncovering the Evidence in Screen Media Industry Research. In L. Patti (Ed.), Writing about Screen Media, pp. 173–176. London and New York: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780815393924

Moore, P. S. (2019) “It Pays to Plan ‘em”: The Newspaper Movie Directory and the Paternal Logic of Mass Consumption, In D. Biltereyst, R. Maltby, & P. Meers (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to New Cinema History, pp. 365-377. London and New York, NY: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315666051-36

Prommer, E., & Loist, S. (2019). Filmindustrie: Branchenkultur mit Gender Bias. In J. Dorer, B. Geiger, B. Hipfl, & V. Ratković (Eds.), Handbuch Medien und Geschlecht: Perspektiven und Befunde der feministischen Kommunikations- und Medienforschung, pp. 1–14. Wiesbaden, Springer VS. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-20712-0_28-1

Eichner, S., Kaptan, Y., Prommer, E., & Yurtaeva‐Martens, Y. (2019). New Media and Audience Behavior. In K. Arnold, P. Preston, & S. Kinnebrock (Eds.), The Handbook of European Communication History, 1st ed., pp. 385–402. Wiley Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781119161783.ch21

Mayer, V. A., Press, A., Verhoeven, D., & Sterne, J. (2018). How Do We Intervene in the Stubborn Persistence of Patriarchy in Communication Scholarship? In A. Shaw & D. T. Scott (Eds.), Interventions: Communication Theory and Practice. Peter Lang Publishers, New York. https://doi.org/10.3726/b13081

Moore, P. S. (2018). A ‘Distant Reading’ of the ‘Chaser Theory’: Local Views and the Digital Generation of New Cinema History. In A. Gaudreault & S. Hidalgo (Eds.), Technology and Film Scholarship. Experience, Study, Theory, pp. 169–192. Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press.

Moore, P. S. (2018b). Spaces In-Between: The Railway and Early Cinema in Rural, Western Canada. In D. Treveri Gennari, D. Hipkins, & C. O’Rawe (Eds.), Rural Cinema Exhibition and Audiences in a Global Context, pp. 73–89. Palgrave. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-66344-9

Prommer, E. (2018). Kinopublikumsforschung. In A. Geimer, C. Heinze, & R. Winter (Eds.), Handbuch Filmsoziologie, pp. 1–17. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-10947-9_33-1

Verhoeven, D. (2018). Be More Than Binary. In E. M. Losh & J. Wernimont (Eds.), Bodies of Information, p. 71. Minneapolis, MN and London: University of Minnesota Press.

Coate, B., Verhoeven, D., Arrowsmith, C., & Zemaityte, V. (2017). Feature Film Diversity on Australian Cinema Screens: Implications for Cultural Diversity Studies Using Big Data. In M. D. Ryan & B. Goldsmith (Eds.), Australian Screen in the 2000s, pp. 341–360. Cham, Springer International. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-48299-6_16

Coles, A. L., & MacNeill, K. (2017). Policy Ecologies, Gender, Work, and Regulation Distance in Film and TV Production. In D. Peetz & G. Murray (Eds.), Women, Labor Segmentation and Regulation, pp. 211–231. New York, Palgrave MacMillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-55495-6_12

Loist, S. (2016). The Film Festival Circuit: Networks, Hierarchies, and Circulation. In M. de Valck, B. Kredell, & S. Loist (Eds.), Film Festivals, pp. 49–64. London, Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315637167

Prommer, E. (2016). Das Kinopublikum im Wandel: Forschungsstand, historischer Rückblick und Ausblick. In P. Glogner-Pilz & P. S. Föhl (Eds.), Handbuch Kulturpublikum, pp. 329–366. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-531-18995-6_10

Verhoeven, D. (2016). Show Me the History! Big Data Goes to the Movies. In C. R. Acland & E. Hoyt (Eds.), The Arclight Guidebook to Media History and the Digital Humanities, pp. 165–183. Sussex, England: REFRAME and Reframe Books in association with Project Arclight.

Verhoeven, D., & Palmer, S. (2015). Because it Takes a Village to Fund the Answers: Crowdfunding University Research. In L. Bennett, B. Chin, & B. Jones (Eds.), Crowdfunding the Future, pp. 133–156. Bern, Peter Lang. https://doi.org/10.3726/978-1-4539-1546-2

Yates, C., & Coles, A. L. (2014). Party On or Party’s Over? Organized Labour and Canadian Politics. In M. Smith (Ed.), Group Politics and Social Movements in Canada, pp. 32–52. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Eichner, S., & Prommer, E. (2014). Fernsehen: Vom Babelsberger Modell zu Doing Media. In S. Eichner & E. Prommer (Eds.), Fernsehen: Europäische Perspektiven, pp. 9–19. Konstanz: UVK.

Musial, K. (2014). Research Designs for Social Network Analysis. In R. Alhajj & J. Rokne (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining, pp. 1578–1582. New York, Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4939-7131-2_246

Prommer, E., Görland, S., & Räder, A. (2014). Kinobesuch, Jugend und Streaming: Substitution oder More and More? In J. Brachmann, C. Lübcke, & A. Schwertfeger (Eds.), Jugend: Perspektiven eines sozialwissenschaftlichen Forschungsfeldes, pp. 195–206. Bad Heilbrunn: Klinkhardt.

Ryan, M. D., Goldsmith, B., Cunningham, S., & Verhoeven, D. (2014). The Australian Screen Producer in Transition. In A. Spicer, A. T. McKenna, & C. Meir (Eds.), Beyond the Bottom Line: The Producer in Film and Television Studies, pp. 125–142. New York: Bloomsbury. https://doi.org/10.5040/9781501300202.ch-007

Verhoeven, D. (2014a). Doing the Sheep Good: Facilitating Engagement in Digital Humanities and Creative Arts Research. In P. L. Arthur & K. Bode (Eds.), Advancing Digital Humanities: Research, Theory, Methods, pp. 206–220. London: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137337016_14

Verhoeven, D. (2014b). Film, Video, DVD and Online Distribution. In S. Cunningham & S. Turnbull (Eds.), The Media and Communications in Australia, pp. 151–171. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Prommer, E., & Räder, A. (2013). Kinogrenzgänger im geteilten Deutschland (1949-1961): Filmgeschmack, Nutzung und Motive des Kinobesuchs. In M. Wedel, B. Byg, A. Räder, S. Arndt-Briggs, & E. Torner (Eds.), DEFA international: Grenzüberschreitende Filmbeziehungen vor und nach dem Mauerbau, pp. 131–147. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-531-19076-1

Verhoeven, D., & Arrowsmith, C. (2013). Mapping the Ill Disciplined? Spatial Analyses and Historical Change in the Post-War Film Industry. In J. Hallam & L. Roberts (Eds.), Locating the Moving Image: New Approaches to Film and Place, pp. 106–129. Bloomington, IN: Indiana Univ. Press.

Verhoeven, D. (2013). What Is a Cinema? Death, Closure and the Database. In K. Aveyard & A. Moran (Eds.), Watching Films: New Perspectives on Movie-Going, Exhibition and Reception, pp. 33–51. Bristol: Intellect.

Coles, A. L. (2012). Unions, Gender Equity and Neoconservative Politics. In S. Ross & L. Savage (Eds.), Rethinking the Politics of Labour in Canada, pp. 102–115. Halifax: Fernwood.

Loist, S. (2011). On the Relationships between Film Festivals and Industry. In Y.-K. Lee (Ed.), Busan Cinema Forum: Seeking the Path of Asian Cinema: East Asia, pp. 381–402. Busan: Busan Cinema Forum.

Prommer, E. (2011). Das Kinopublikum im Wandel: Forschungsstand, historischer Rückblick und Ausblick. In P. Glogner-Pilz & P. S. Föhl (Eds.), Das Kulturpublikum, pp. 225–267. Wiesbaden, Springer VS. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-531-93297-2

Prommer, E., Jurzik, A., Lang, P., & Syniawa, P. (2011). Der deutsche Kinofilm: Publikum und Image. In T. Schick & T. Ebbrecht (Eds.), Kino in Bewegung, pp. 285–30. Wiesbaden: Springer VS. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-531-92804-3_16

Verhoeven, D. (2011). Film Distribution in the Diaspora: Temporality, Community and National Cinema. In R. Maltby, D. Biltereyst, & P. Meers (Eds.), Explorations in New Cinema History: Approaches and Case Studies, pp. 243–260. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781444396416.ch14

Verhoeven, D., Bowles, K., & Arrowsmith, C. (2009). Mapping the Movies: Reflections on the Use of Geospatial Technologies for Historical Cinema Audience Research. In M. Ross, M. Grauer, & B. Freisleben (Eds.), Digital Tools in Media Studies: An Overview, pp. 69–81. Bielefeld and New Brunswick, NJ: transcript. https://doi.org/10.14361/9783839410233-005

Industry Research and Reports

Taylor, S., & Johnson, G. (2019). Service Use Patterns at a High-Volume Homelessness Service: A Longitudinal Analysis of Six Years of Administrative Data. Melbourne: Unison Housing. ISBN: 978-0-6482773-6-1

Bundesverband Regie. (2018). Fünfter Regie-Diversitätsbericht des Bundesverband Regie e.V. (BVR) für das Jahr 2017: Gender-Analyse zur Regievergabepraxis in deutschen fiktionalen Primetime-Programmen von ARD, ZDF, RTL, SAT 1 und VOX sowie im deutschen Kinospielfilm. Berlin: Bundesverband Regie.

Coles, A. L., MacNeill, K., Vincent, J. B., Vincent, C., & Barré, P. (2018). The Status of Women in the Canadian Arts and Cultural Industries: Research Review 2010-2018. Prepared for the Ontario Arts Council.

MacNeill, K., Coles, A. L., & Vincent, J. B. (2018). Promoting Gender Equality Through the Arts and Creative Industries: A Review of Case Studies and Evidence. Prepared for VicHealth.

Verhoeven, D., Riakos, M., Gregory, S., Joly, E., & McHugh, M. (2018). Honey, I Hid the Kids! Experiences of Parents and Carers in the Australian Screen Industry Full Report.Prepared for WIFT.

Verhoeven, D. (2018). Redistributing Gender. Kinomatics.

Bundesverband Regie. (2017). Vierter Regie-Diversitätsbericht des BVR für das Jahr 2016: Genderanalyse zur Regievergabepraxis in deutschen fiktionalen Primetime-Programmen von ARD, ZDF, RTL, SAT.1 und VOX sowie im deutschen Kinospielfilmen. Berlin.

CPOW – Centre for People Organisation and Work. (2017). Doing Things Differently: A Strategy for the Gippsland Region (RMIT, Ed.).

Coles, A. L. (2017). Public Diplomacy Evaluation 2014-2016: Prepared for the Public Diplomacy Division, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Cooper, R., Coles, A. L., & Hanna-Osborne, S. (2017). Skipping a Beat: Assessing the State of Gender Inequality in the Australian Music Industry. Prepared for the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance.

Elkins, M., Coate, B., de Silva, A., Ozmen, M., & Boymal, J. (2017). The Economic Impact of the City of Melbourne’s Investment in the Arts Programme (City of Melbourne, Ed.).

Hochfeld, K., Genz, K., Iffländer, V., & Prommer, E. (2017). Gender und Film: Rahmenbedingungen und Ursachen der Geschlechterverteilung von Filmschaffenden in Schlüsselpositionen in Deutschland (FFA-Filmförderungsanstalt, Ed.). Berlin.

Prommer, E., Hochfeld, K., Genz, K., & Iffländer, V. (2017). Gender und Fernsehfilm: Eine Studie der Universität Rostock und des Fraunhofer-Instituts im Auftrag von ARD und ZDF. Mainz and Köln.

Prommer, E., & Linke, C. (2017). Audiovisuelle Diversität? Geschlechterdarstellungen in Film und Fernsehen in Deutschland: Kurzbericht. Rostock University.

Verhoeven, D. (2017a). The Gender Offender Analysis: How and Why We Did It (Part One). Kinomatics.

Verhoeven, D. (2017b). The Gender Offender Analysis: How and Why We Did It (Part Two). Kinomatics.

Coles, A. L. (2016). What’s Wrong with this Picture? Directors and Gender Inequality in the Canadian Screen-Based Production Industry. A report for the Canadian Unions for Equality on Screen (CUES): a joint initiative of ACTRA, the Directors Guild of Canada, the Writers Guild of Canada, IATSE, Nabet 700-CEP, Union des Artistes and Women in View.

Prommer, E., & Loist, S. (2016). Where are the Women Directors? National Report – Germany (European Women’s Audiovisual Network, Ed.). European Women’s Audiovisual Network.

Prommer, E., & Loist, S. (2015). Who Directs German Feature Films? Gender Report: 2009-2013. Institut für Medienforschung, Universität Rostock.

Coles, A. L. (2013). Focus On Women: A Report on Gender (In)Equality in the Canadian Independent Screen-Based Production Industry. For Canadian Unions for Equality on Screen (CUES): a joint initiative of ACTRA, the Directors Guild of Canada, the Writers Guild of Canada, IATSE, Nabet 700-CEP, Union des Artistes and Women in View.

Verhoeven, D., Palmer, S., Seitzinger, J., & Randall, M. (2013). Research my World: Crowdfunding Research Pilot Project Evaluation. Deakin University.

Coate, B., & Fry, T. R. L. (2012). Better off Dead? Prices Realised for Australian Paintings Sold at Auction. Association for Cultural Economics International (ACEI) Working Paper Series.

Coles, A. L., & Koch, K. (2011). Women, Work and Unions in the Canadian Screen-based Production Industry: Industry background paper for Women In View: Mainstreaming Media Diversity project. Status of Women Canada.

Coles, A. L. (2007). Youth Arts Programming in Canada: Practice and Policy (Canadian Cultural Observatory ‘In Focus’, Ed.). Department of Canadian Heritage.

Online Articles

Moore, P. S. (2020). All I want for Christmas is a Hollywood blockbuster. The Convesation. December 9, 2020.

Moore, P. S. (2020). Show-boating and Race-baiting: Movies aboard the ‘Sunny South’. In Media Res: A MediaCommons Project. October 12, 2020.

Loist, S., & Samoilova, Z. (2019). Open-Media-Studies-Blog: Digitale Methoden und Open Media Studies: Skadi Loist und Zhenya Samoilova zur Erforschung von Filmfestivalruns. Zfm Medienwissenschaften. Open Media Studies Blog. May 7, 2019.

Verhoeven, D., & Gregory, S. (2018). Honey, I Hid the Kids: Australia’s Screen Industry is Letting Down Carers. The Conversation. October 12, 2018.

Verhoeven, D., & Coate, B. (2018). Cannes of Worms: True Gender Equality in Film Will Take More than Just Add Women. The Guardian, (International Edition). May 22, 2018.

Elkins, M., & Coate, B. (2017). Would You Buy a Theatre Ticket for Someone Who Can’t Afford It? Now You Can. The Conversation. December 7, 2017.

Coate, B. (2017). The Economics of Ridiculously Expensive Art. The Conversation. November 27, 2017.

Verhoeven, D., & Burrows, T. (2017). Even Sweeter: What Happens When the Humanities Gets Graphic. Medium. July 31, 2017.

Verhoeven, D., & Coate, B. (2017a). When It Comes to a Diversity of Films, the Elephant IS the Room. IF Magazine. April 18, 2017.

Verhoeven, D., & Coate, B. (2017b). Coming Soon to a Cinema Near You? Ticket Prices Shaped by Demand. The Conversation. February 7, 2017.

Zemaityte, V., Coate, B., & Verhoeven, D. (2017). Coming (Eventually) to a Cinema Near You. Inside Film: If, 177, pp. 10–12.

Verhoeven, D., & Palmer, S. (2016a). Go Figure. Media Entertainment & Arts Alliance. December 7, 2016.

Verhoeven, D., & Palmer, S. (2016b). Women Aren’t the Problem in the Film Industry, Men Are. The Conversation. November 15, 2016.

Verhoeven, D., & Palmer, S. (2016c). Breaking Down the Paucity of Female AACTA Award Nominees: Guest column. Inside Film: If. October 31, 2016.

Jones, M., & Verhoeven, D. (2016). Treasure Trove: Why Defunding Trove Leaves Australia Poorer. The Conversation. February 26, 2016.

Verhoeven, D. (2015). Three Ways Screen Australia Can Actually Improve Diversity in the Industry. The Conversation. December 8, 2015.

Eltham, B., & Verhoeven, D. (2015). Philosophy VS Evidence Is No Way to Orchestrate Cultural Policy. The Conversation. May 29, 2015.

Taylor, S. (2015). Lost Venues, Long Nights: An Introduction to Historical Maps of Live Music in Sydney and Melbourne. Cordite Poetry Review. February 1, 2015.

Davidson, A., & Verhoeven, D. (2014a). Alwyn Davidson and Deb Verhoeven: Film Industry Calendar Revolves Around the Hobbit. The New Zealand Herald. December 12, 2014.

Davidson, A., & Verhoeven, D. (2014b). Bad Hobbits Die Hard: How to Make a Better Top 10 Movie List. The Conversation. December 11, 2014.

Verhoeven, D., & Burrows, T. (2014). Crowdsourcing for Serendipity. The Australian. December 10, 2014.

Verhoeven, D. (2014). Zombie Metrics: Why Australian Cinema Just Won’t Stay Dead. The Conversation. December 2, 2014.

Verhoeven, D., & Morris, B. (2014). Rankings Fever: Melbourne Goes Over the Top—Again. The Conversation. August 20, 2014.

Verhoeven, D. (2014a). Big Data at the Movies: The Kinomatics Project. The Conversation. August 14, 2014.

Burrows, T., & Verhoeven, D. (2014a). Digital Scholarship in the Humanities and Creative Arts: The HuNI Virtual Laboratory. Educause Review. June 2, 2014.

Coate, B., & Verhoeven, D. (2014). Only at the Movies? Home Truths About Cinema Ticket Pricing. The Conversation. April 29, 2014.

Verhoeven, D. (2013). Shelling Out for Tiles at the Sydney Opera House. The Conversation. December 16, 2013.

Verhoeven, D., & Astheimer, L. (2013). Short on Grant Money? Five Tips for Crowdfunding Success. The Conversation. September 18, 2013.

Media Coverage

Evans, M. (2019). #GenderMatters Returns! Medium. November 7, 2019.

Groves, D. (2018). Study Points to Wide Cultural Differences between Australian and US Moviegoers. IF Magazine. January 25, 2018.

Bogle, A. (2017). Australian Research ‘Has a Daversity Problem’: Analysis Shows Too Many Men Work Mostly with Other Men. ABC News. November 24, 2017.

Groves, D. (2017). Deb Verhoeven Urges: Deny Screen Australia Funding to Males Who Don’t Promote Diversity. Inside Film: If. November 6, 2017.

Kelly, V. (2017). Screen Industry’s ‘Criminal Network’ of Men Needs to be Dismantled, Researcher Suggests. Mumbrella. November 3, 2017.

Groves, D. (2015). Cinemas Raise Prices While Attendances Shrink. IF Magazine. July 28, 2015.

Groves, D. (2015). New Formula to Measure Global Impact of Oz Films. IF Magazine. March 9, 2015.

Hodsdon, B. (2015). A Response to ‘Australian Films at Large: Expanding the Evidence About Australian Cinema Performance. Film Alert. February 26, 2015.

Brown, S. L. (2015). Melbourne and Sydney’s Live Music Scenes Are Changing, Researcher Says. 774 ABC Melbourne. February 13, 2015.

Tiley, D. (2014). Australian Box Office: How Do We Value Our Films? Screen ArtsHub. December 10, 2014.

Post, J. (2014). Brussel is Zevende Cinemastad. Brussels This Week: Brussel Nieuws. August 7, 2014.

Coate, B. (2014). Cinema Ticket Pricing. Channel 7 News.

Whitmore, J. & Minchin, L. (2013). Loved by the Crowd, but Will the New Climate Council be Truly Independent? The Conversation. September 24, 2013.

Hare, J. (2013). Research Turns to Crowd Power for Funding. The Australian. May 8, 2013.

Theses

Zemaityte, V. (2019). Global Cinema Distribution: A Large-Scale Data-Driven Study of Film Screenings (PhD Thesis, Deakin).

Whitehead, J. (2018). Movie-Going on the Margins: The Mascioli Film Circuit of Northeastern Ontario (PhD Thesis, York).

Brandum, D. (2016). The ‘Viability’ of British Films at the U.S. Box Office: 1963-1972 (PhD Thesis, Deakin).

Taylor, S. (2016). Geographical Information Systems for Applied Social Research: The Case of the Live Music Industry in Sydney and Melbourne (PhD Thesis, RMIT).

Davidson, A. (2011). A Method for the Visualisation of Historical Multivariate Spatial Data (PhD Thesis, RMIT).

Conference Presentations

Moore, P. S. (2020). When did ‘Starts Friday’ Start? The Shift to Standardized Movie Opening Days in North America. History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception (HoMER) Network. June 15, 2020.

Moore, P. S. (2019). Counter-Archives and Counter-Pedagogy: Building Outreach through Education in Film Preservation. Association of Moving Image Archivists. Panel Organizer with Marta Braun, Baltimore (MD). November, 2019.

Moore, P. S. (2019). Movie-going in Stereoscope: Film Ads in ‘Foreign Language’ Newspapers in Canada. International Circulation of National Cinemas, Milan, Italy. September 2019.

Samoilova, Z. & Loist, S. (2019). Using a Feminist and Inclusive Approach for Gender Identification in Film Research. Poster at Digital Humanities (DH2019) Conference “Complexities”, Utrecht University (NL). July 9–12, 2019.

Verhoeven, D., Moore, P. S., Zemaityte, V., Loist, S. & Samoilova, Z. (2019). Intellectual Networks and Cultural Networks: Kinomatics and the Complex Cultural Geometry of Cinema, Digital Humanities (DH2019) Conference “Complexities”, Utrecht University (NL). July 9–12, 2019.

Moore, P. S. (2019). Kinomatics: Distributed Global Networks for the Study of Cinema’s Complex Distribution. Digital Humanities (DH2019) Conference “Complexities”, Utrecht (NL). July 9-12, 2019.

Loist, S. & Samoilova, Z. (2019). Opening the Digital Toolbox for Film Festival Research: Studying Film Circulation on the Festival Circuit with DH. European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) Conference “Structures and Voices: Storytelling in Post-Digital Times University of Gdańsk, (PL). June 13-15, 2019.

Zemaityte, V., Verhoeven, D. & Arrowsmith, C. (2019). The Telling of Women’s Stories: Using Big Data to Compare the Audience Access to Films Directed by Women across Europe. European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) Conference “Structures and Voices: Storytelling in Post-Digital Times”, University of Gdańsk, (PL). June 13-15, 2019.

Loist, S. (2019). Gendered Media Industries: Arguments for an Equal and Diverse Film Industry. Toronto German Studies Symposium “From Feminist Filmmaking to Pro Quote Film”, University of Toronto (CA). May 22-24, 2019.

Moore, P. S. (2019). Beast of Burden? The Work of Livery and Carriage for Itinerant Cinema Shows. Matérialité, Esthéthique et Histoires des Techniques, Québec, (QC). May, 2019.

Moore, P. S. (2019). Cinema Preferiti: Canadian Italian Language Film Distribution. Italian Cinemas Abroad, Co-Presenter with J. Whitehead. Columbus, (OH). March, 2019.

Loist, S. (2018). Data and Diversity – Applying Big Thinking to Big Problems. Experimenting for Equality: Global Policy Summit on Gender Equality in the Global Screen Industries, University of Montreal (CA). November 19-20, 2018.

Moore, P. S. (2018). Scarcity of Trust: Early Cinema Distribution and its Vanishing Points. Revisiting Narrative-Attractions, Ghent, (Belgium). November, 2018.

Zemaityte, V. (2018). Working with Big Cinema Data: Challenges and Opportunities. Melbourne Digital Humanities Pathways Forum 2018, University of Melbourne, Australia, October 12, 2018.

Zemaityte, V. (2018). Data-driven Cinema Studies: from Media Exchange between Two Markets to Global Film Distribution. Australasian Association for Digital Humanities (aaDH) Conference “DHA2018: Making Connections”, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia, September 25-28, 2018.

Zemaityte, V. (2018). Using Tableau to Visualise, Understand, and Analyse Research Data. Kinomatics @ Babelsberg: Digital Cultural Analytics & Visualization Day, Film University Babelsberg KONRAD WOLF, Potsdam, Germany, September 13, 2018.

Verhoeven, D., Musial, K., Palmer, S., Taylor, S., Simpson, L., Zemaityte, V. & Abedi, S. (2018). Solving the Problem of the “Gender Offenders”: Controlling Collaborative Network Evolution to Optimize Openness. Digital Humanities (DH2018) Conference, Mexico City, Mexico, June 26-29, 2018.

Zemaityte, V. (2018). Media Trade Beyond Country Borders: Identifying Five Types of International Film Distribution through Cluster Analysis. Cultural Economics Conference, RMIT University, Melbourne, (AU). June 26–29, 2018.

Moore, P. S. (2018). Magical Exchange: A Provenance for the Film Exchange in North America. Domitor Society for Early Cinema Studies, Rochester, (NY). June, 2018.

Moore, P. S. (2018). Shows, Circuits, Territories, Zones: Modelling Film Distribution for the American Mass Market. HoMER @ NECS (European Cinema & Media Studies), Amsterdam, (NL). June, 2018.

Loist, S. (2018). Diversity in Film, or Where is the Problem if Only (White Cis Hetero) Men Make Movies? Babelsberger Salon. 1st Symposium on Gender Research Film, Film University Babelsberg Konrad Wolf, Potsdam (DE), May 3–5, 2018.

Moore, P. S. (2018). Paramount Cooperatio: National Advertising Agencies and the Conspicuous Distribution of Feature Films in the U.S. International Communication Association, Prague, (CZ). May, 2018.

Loist, S. (2018). Film Circulation and the Significance of Film Festival Circuits. Media Industries: Current Debates and Future Directions, King’s College London (UK), April 18–20, 2018.

Zemaityte, V. (2018). Making Sense of Your Data through Visualizations with Tableau. The 2nd Kinomatics Symposium “Culture, Meaning and #DataToo”, University of Technology Sydney, (AU). April 6, 2018.

Loist, S. (2018). Studying Film Circulation on the International Film Festival Circuit. The 2nd Kinomatics Symposium “Culture, Meaning and #DataToo”, University of Technology Sydney, (AU). April 5–6, 2018.

Loist, S. & Linke, C. (2018). Gender on Screen and Behind the Camera: The German Case. The 2nd Kinomatics Symposium “Culture, Meaning and #DataToo”, University of Technology Sydney, (AU). April 5–6, 2018.

Zemaityte, V. (2018). More than just Blockbusters: Defining Five Types of International Film Distribution’, The 2nd Kinomatics Symposium “Culture, Meaning and #DataToo”, University of Technology Sydney, (AU), April 5, 2018.

Moore, P. S. (2018). Modelling Film Distribution from Modes of Historic Media Circulation. Media Industries Studies Symposium, London, (UK). April, 2018.

Taylor, S. & Munguia, P. (2018). Towards a Data Archiving Solution for Learning Analytics. The 8th International Conference on Learning Analytics and Knowledge (LAK’18), Sydney, (AU). March 7-9, 2018.

Moore, P. S. (2018). Hidden Circuits of Canadian Cinema: Immigrant Showmen and women, 1907 to 1967. Co-Author with J. Whitehead, Society for Cinema & Media Studies, Toronto, (ON). March, 2018.

Loist, S. (2018). Film Circulation on the International Film Festival Circuit. Masterclass, Monash University, Melbourne (AU).

Taylor, S. (2018). Making it in the Melbourne Music Scene: Post-punk and Post-post-punk. The 14th Australasian Urban History Planning History Conference (UHPH 2018), Melbourne, (AU). January 31-February 2, 2018.

Wahid-Ul-Ashraf, A., Budka, M., & Musial, K. (2018). NetSim—The Framework for Complex Network Generator. 22nd International Conference on Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Information & Engineering Systems (KES2018), Serbia.

Wahid-Ul-Ashraf, A., Budka, M. & Musial, K. (2017). Newton’s Gravitational Law for Link Prediction in Social Networks. The 6th International Conference on Complex Networks and Their Applications, (FR). November 29-December 1, 2017.

Loist, S. (2017). World Cinema, Film Festivals and the Politics of Circulation. Multivoicedness in European Cinema: Representation, Industry, Politics. An ECREA Film Studies Section Conference, University College Cork (IR). November 10–11, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). Reproducibility, Contestability and Co-existence: The Imperative for Open Data in a Closing Down World, Figshare Fest, (NZ). October 27, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). The Art of Science. National Science Week, August 18, 2017.

Gao, F., Musial, K. & Gabrys, B. (2017). A Community Bridge Boosting Social Network Link Prediction Model. The Seventh Workshop on Social Network Analysis in Applications (SNAA2017) co-located with International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM 2017), Sydney, (AU). July 31-August 3, 2017.

Loist, S. (2017). Film Festival Circuits: Studying the Hubs in the Festival Network. “Circuits of Cinema”, A HoMER Network Conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, (CA). June 22–24, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). Cinema Studies at Scale: Cartographies for Co-existence. The Annual History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception (HoMER) Network Conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, (CA). June 21-24, 2017.

Zemaityte, V. (2017). Film Popularity & Distribution: Comparing Australia and the USA as Markets for American Movies. The Annual History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception (HoMER) Network Conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, (CA). June 21-24, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). Measuring the Value of Network Analysis for Understanding Gender Bias in Creative Industries. International Communication Association (ICA) Conference, San Diego, (USA). May 28, 2017.

Loist, S. & Prommer, E. (2017). Women Directors and the Intervening Role of the Producer in European Cinema: A Pan-European Comparative Study on a Highly Gendered Creative Work Space. ICA 2017 “Interventions: Communication Research and Practice”, Feminist Scholarship section, San Diego, (USA). May 25–29, 2017.

Loist, S. (2017). Assessing Film Circulation Patterns on the Film Festival Circuit. ICA 2017 “Interventions: Communication Research and Practice”, Media Industries Section, San Diego (USA), May 25–29, 2017.

Loist, S. (2017). Exhibition, Distribution, Circulation: Considering the Flow of Films through the Festival Circuit. ICA Preconference “Distribution Matters: Media Circulation in Civic Life and Popular Culture”, SDSU, San Diego (USA), May 25, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). Understanding the Customer Value Equation ‘The Latest Research on Indie Cinema Value’. Independent Cinema Association Conference, Sydney, (AU). May 2, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). The Social Life of Data Symposium. (Co-Convenor), RMIT University, Melbourne, (AU). April 28, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). Women Behind the Scenes: How to Get to 50%. A WIFT/OZDOX Event, AFTRS, Sydney, (AU). April 12, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). Measuring the Value of Network Analysis for Cinema Studies. Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) Conference, Chicago, (USA). March 26, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). Go Figure: Open Data in a Closing World. THINC Lab, University of Guelph, Ontario, (CA). March 23, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Data. The Arts in a Digital World Summit, Canada Council for the Arts, Montreal, (CA). March 15-17, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). You Can’t Take the Men Out of Documentary: Cane Toad Cup Debate (Winner), Australian International Documentary Conference (AIDC), ACMI, Melbourne, (AU). March 8, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). Hands-on Digital Humanities: How to Make your Research Sticky. ResBaz, University of Melbourne, (AU). February 23, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). The Importance of Data Science in a World of Alternative Facts and Post Truths. (Plenary Panel), ResBaz, University of Melbourne, (AU). February 23, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). Open Data in a Closing Down World: Reproducibility, Contestability and Co-existence. Technologies of Memory and Affect Conference and Exhibition, Flinders University, Adelaide, (AU). February 16, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2017). Reproducibility, Contestability and Co-existence: The Imperative for Open Data. Figshare Symposium, UTS Sydney, (AU). February 9, 2017.

Verhoeven, D. (2016). Because it Takes a Village to Fund the Answers: Crowdfunding University Researchers. The 27th Australasian Conference On Information Systems (ACIS2016), University of Wollongong, (AU). December 6, 2016.

Zemaityte, V., Verhoeven, D. & Coate, B. (2016). Testing the “10% rule”: Are American Films one-tenth as Popular in Australia as they are in the US? Sea Change: Transforming Industries, Screens, Texts, The Inaugural Biennial Screen Studies Association of Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand (SSAAANZ) Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, (NZ). November 25, 2016.

Verhoeven, D. (2016). Big Data Goes to the Movies: The New Network Analysis in Cinema Studies. The Inaugural Biennial Screen Studies Association of Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand (SSAAANZ) Conference, Victoria University, Wellington, (NZ). November 23, 2016.

Jones, M. & Verhoeven, D. (2016). The Ubiquitous Archive: Non-binary Perspectives on Contemporary Humanities Practice. 31st National Conference of the Australian Society of Archivists, Parramatta, (AU). October 20, 2016.

Verhoeven, D. (2016). The Downunder on Movies Downunder. Nerd Nite, Wagga Wagga, (AU). September 29, 2016.

Verhoeven, D. (2016). Intersectionality in Digital Humanities’, KU Leuven, (BL). September 12-17, 2016.

Abdullaev, S., McBurney, P. & Musial, K. (2016). Pricing Options with Portfolio-based Option Trading Agents in Direct Double Auction. 22nd European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI 2016), The Hague, (NL). August 29-September 2, 2016.

Gao, F. & Musial, K. (2016). Hybrid Link Prediction Model. The Sixth Workshop on Social Network Analysis in Applications (SNAA 2016) co-located with International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining, San Francisco, USA, August 18-21, 2016.

Verhoeven, D. (2016). Connectedness, Co-existence and Digital Collections. European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) Conference, Potsdam, Germany, July 30, 2016.

Prommer, E. & Loist, S. (2016). Where are the Female Movie Directors in Europe? A Seven-Country Study. IAMCR 2016, Leicester (GB), July 27–31, 2016.

Loist, S. & Prommer, E. (2016). Career Paths in the European Film Industry: How to Become a Director and Really Work in the Industry. NECS Conference 2016 “in/between: Cultures of Connectivity”, Potsdam (DE), July 28–30, 2016.

Loist, S. (2016). Circulation and Media Industry Research. Invited presentation for “Changes and Challenges within the Field of Cinema and Media Studies”, NECS Pre-conference Workshop, Potsdam (DE), July 27, 2016.

Brown, S., Clement, T. E., Mandell, L., Verhoeven, D. & Wernimont, J. (2016). Creating Feminist Infrastructure in the Digital Humanities. Digital Humanities (DH2016) Conference, Krakow, (PL). July 14, 2016.

Verhoeven, D., Coate, B., Palmer, S. & Arrowsmith, C. (2016). Using Big Cultural Data to Understand Diversity and Reciprocity in the Global Flow of Contemporary Cinema. Digital Humanities (DH2016) Conference, Krakow, (PL). July 13, 2016.

Verhoeven, D. (2016). Identifying the Point of it all: Towards a Model of Infrapuncture. Oxford Digital Humanities Summer School, (UK). July 4, 2016.

Verhoeven, D. (2016). Why Connected Scholarship is Essential for Contemporary Academics. LaTrobe University, Melbourne, (AU), June 15, 2016.

Verhoeven, D. (2016). Open Data and Big Data. International Symposium on the Measurement of Digital Cultural Products, UNESCO Institute of Statistics, Montreal, (CA). May 9-11, 2016.

Verhoeven, D. (2016). As Luck Would Have it: Discovery in the Digital Age Melbourne Knowledge Week, May 4, 2016.

Verhoeven, D. (2016). Big Data Goes to the Movies: Beyond the Itinerary. Transformations I: Cinema & Media Studies Research Meets Digital Humanities Tools, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, (USA). April 15, 2016.

Verhoeven, D., Arrowsmith, C., Coate, B. & Davidson, A. (2016). On Location: Techniques for Analysing the Circulatory Economies of Cinema. Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS), Atlanta, (USA). April 1, 2016.

Verhoeven, D., Sherratt, T. & Whitelaw, M. (2016). Electronic Visualisation, the Arts and the Innovation Agenda (Panel), Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Australasia (EVAA) Conference, University of Canberra, (AU). March 6, 2016.

Verhoeven, D. (2016). Always Hoik: Women and the Oscars’, Scribble Creative Women, February 26, 2016.

Coate, B. (2015). An Investigation of the Relationships between Engagement in the Arts and Social Connectedness: Evidence from Australia. The 41st International Conference of Social Theory, Politics and the Arts (STP&A), University of South Australia, (AU). December 10-12, 2015.

Anatolitis, E., Rivers, K., Buck, A. & Eltham, B. (moderator) (2015). Industry and Government Perspectives on Cultural Data. (Plenary Panel), The Inaugural Kinomatics Symposium ‘Culture…Data → Meaning’, Deakin University, Melbourne, (AU). December 4, 2015.

Arrowsmith, C. (2015). Cultural Dimensions and Genre Preferences for Film: An International Comparison. The Inaugural Kinomatics Symposium ‘Culture…Data → Meaning’, Deakin University, Melbourne, (AU). December 4, 2015.

Brandum, D. (2015). Little Britains: The Distribution of British Films in Hoyts Suburban Theatres of Melbourne, 1948-1957. The Inaugural Kinomatics Symposium ‘Culture…Data → Meaning’, Deakin University, Melbourne, (AU). December 4, 2015.

Coate, Bronwyn (2015). Feature film Diversity on Australian Cinema Screens: Implications for the Domestic Film Industry. The Inaugural Kinomatics Symposium ‘Culture…Data → Meaning’, Deakin University, Melbourne, (AU). December 4, 2015.

Eltham, B. (2015). Cultural Policy and Funding in Australia. The Inaugural Kinomatics Symposium ‘Culture…Data → Meaning’, Deakin University, Melbourne, (AU). December 4, 2015.

Gionfriddo, A. (2015). Introduction to TUGG – The Ultimate Gig Guide. The Inaugural Kinomatics Symposium ‘Culture…Data → Meaning’, Deakin University, Melbourne, (AU). December 4, 2015.

Taylor, S. (2015). A Long Way to the Top, but a Short Walk Home: A Method for Exploring the Historical Geography of Live Music, with a Focus on Musicians. The Inaugural Kinomatics Symposium ‘Culture…Data → Meaning’, Deakin University, Melbourne, (AU). December 4, 2015.

Verhoeven, D. (2015). Welcome and Highlights from Kinomatics as well as the Launch of the Cinema and Audiences Research Project Database (CAARP). The Inaugural Kinomatics Symposium ‘Culture…Data → Meaning’, Deakin University, Melbourne, (AU). December 4, 2015.

Zemaityte, V. (2015). International Film Distribution. The Inaugural Kinomatics Symposium ‘Culture…Data → Meaning’, Deakin University, Melbourne, (AU). December 4, 2015.

Loist, S. (2015). “Film Festivals as Sanctuaries within the Film Industry? Women Directors on the Film Festival Circuit. ECREA Film Studies Section conference “European Cinemas, Intercultural Meetings: Aesthetics, Politics, Industry, History”, Copenhagen (DK). November 13–14, 2015.

Taylor, S. (2015). Sydney Live Music: Dead or Alive? (Public Lecture), What a Life! Rock Photography by Tony Mott, State Library of New South Wales, (AU). October 31, 2015.

Verhoeven, D. (2015). Showcasing the Digital Humanities. (Panel) Melbourne Knowledge Week, (AU). October 21, 2015.

Verhoeven, D. (2015). Innovation for Social Good. Global Innovator Conference, APEC China Business Council (ACBC) and the APEC Business Advisory Council (ABAC), Beijing, (CH). September 15, 2015.

Verhoeven, D. (2015). Crowd Funding – Research my World Pilot Project. National University Finance and Procurement Conference, July 27, 2015.

Prommer, E. & Loist, S. (2015). Underrepresented but of High Quality: German Feature Films by Female Directors. IAMCR 2015, Montreal, (CA). July 12–16, 2015.

Coate, B., Verhoeven, D., Davidson, A., Arrowsmith, C. & Zemaityte, V. (2015). Feature Film Diversity on Australian Cinema Screens: Implications for the Domestic Film Industry. XVIIth Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand (FHAANZ) Conference, Queensland University of Technology, (AU). July 1-3, 2015.

Taylor, S. (2015). Musical and Mappable: Using GIS to Understand Change in Live Music Scenes Comprising Paid and Unpaid Musicians. Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, Australian National University, Canberra, (AU). July 1-3, 2015.

Loist, S. (2015). Mapping the Circuit: Methodological Considerations of New Empiricism and the Spatial Turn. NECS Conference 2015 “Archives of/for the Future”, Łódź, (PL), June 18–20, 2015.

Verhoeven, D. (2015). Digital Humanities: Where Does Art Fit in? University of Melbourne, June 5, 2015.

Zhang, J., McBurney, P. & Musial, K. (2015). Convergence of Trading Strategies in Continuous Double Auction Markets with Boundedly-rational Networked Traders. The 2nd International Workshop on Financial Markets and Nonlinear Dynamics (FMND), Paris, (FR). June 4-5, 2015.

Verhoeven, D. (2015). Show me the History! Big Data Goes to the Movies. Concordia University, Montreal, (CA). May 13, 2015.

Arrowsmith, C., Verhoeven, D., Davidson, A. & Coate, B. (2015). A Global Analysis of Cinema Performance. Association of American Geographers Conference, Chicago, (USA). April 21-25, 2015.

Loist, S. (2015). Film Festivals and the Politics of Circulation. Presentation in workshop “The ‘World Cinema’ Turn in Film Studies.” SCMS Conference, Montreal/QC, (CA). March 25–29, 2015.

Avital, M., Andersson, M., Nickerson, J., Sundararajan, A., Van Alstyne, M. & Verhoeven, D. (2014). The Collaborative Economy: A Disruptive Innovation or much Ado About Nothing? 35th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), University of Auckland, (NZ). December 14-17, 2014.

Johnson, A., & Arrowsmith, C. (2014). Techniques for Analysing the Relationship between Population Density and Geographical Features of Interest. In Proceedings of the Geospatial Science Research 3 Symposium (GSR_3), School of Mathematical and Geospatial Science, RMIT University, Melbourne. December 1, 2014.

Verhoeven, D., Burrows, T. & Davidson, A. (2014). HuNI: Open Data Semantic Ontologies in the Digital Humanities. eResearch Australasia 2014, Melbourne, (AU). October 27-31, 2014.

Verhoeven, D., Davidson, A. & Coate, B. (2014). The Cinema Cities Index: The Potential of Engagement-led Research. eResearch Australasia 2014, Melbourne, (AU). October 27-31, 2014.

Verhoeven, D. & Arthur, P. (2014). NeCTAR Virtual Laboratories and the Humanities Networked Infrastructure (HuNI) Project. Japanese Association for Digital Humanities (JADH2014) Conference, University of Tsukubu, (JP). September 21, 2014.

Arrowsmith, C., Verhoeven, D. & Davidson, A. (2014). Kinomatics: A Co-produced Global Exploration of Cinematic Data. The Royal Geographical Society with IBG (RGS) Annual International Conference, London, (UK). August 29, 2014.

Verhoeven, D. (2014). Show me the History! (Keynote), History, Cinema, Digital Archives Conference, Australian National University, Canberra, (AU). July 23-25, 2014.

Verhoeven, D., Davidson, A., Arrowsmith, C. & Coate, B. (2014). Kinomatics: Big Cultural Data and the Study of Cinema. Digital Humanities (DH2014) Conference, Lausanne, (CH). July 10, 2014.

Verhoeven, D., Arrowsmith, C., Coate, B. & Davidson, A. (2014). Ranking: Re-placing Cinema Cities. Screen, Glasgow University, (UK). June 28, 2014.

Verhoeven, D., Arrowsmith, C., Coate, B. & Davidson, A. (2014). Scaling: Kinomatics and Big Cinema Data. Screen, Glasgow University, (UK). June 28, 2014.

Verhoeven, D., Arrowsmith, C., Davidson, A. & Coate, B. (2014). Flowing: Cinema Histories Mis-placed. Screen, Glasgow University, (UK). June 28, 2014.

Verhoeven, D., Arrowsmith, C., Coate, B. & Davidson, A. (2014). The Kinomatics Project: An Assessment of Using ‘Small’ Data to Support ‘Big’ Data. European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) Conference co-located with the Annual History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception (HoMER) Network Conference, Milan, (IT). June 19, 2014.

Verhoeven, D., Maltby, R., Casetti, F. & Ravazzoli, E. (2014). (Plenary Speakers), European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) Conference co-located with the Annual History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception (HoMER) Network Conference, Milan, (IT). June 19, 2014.

Verhoeven, D. & Maltby, R. (2014). Big Data and the Case Study: Challenges and Opportunities. European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) Conference co-located with the Annual History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception (HoMER) Network Conference, Milan, (IT). June 19, 2014.

Owen, S., Horn, A., Verhoeven, D., & Robertson, S. (2014). Collaboration Success in the Dataverse: Libraries as Digital Humanities Research Partners. 35th Annual The International Association of University Libraries (IATUL) Conference, Aalto University Library, Helsinki, (FIN). June 2-5, 2014.

Verhoeven, D., Arrowsmith, C., Davidson, A. & Coate, B. (2014). It’s Not How Big Your Data Is, It’s What You Do with It That Counts: Towards ‘Expanded Data’ in the Kinomatics Project. Australasian Association for Digital Humanities (aaDH2014) Conference, University of Western Australia, Perth, (AU). March 18-21, 2014.

Verhoeven, D. & Burrows, T. (2014). Deploying Ontologies in the Humanities and Creative Arts. Australasian Association for Digital Humanities (aaDH2014) Conference, University of Western Australia, Perth, (AU). March 18-21, 2014.

Coles, A. L. & Fairbrother, P. (2013). The Dilemmas of Union Capacity: Organizing the Entertainment Industry. In Osbaldiston, N., Strong, C. and Forbes-Mewett, H. Reflections, Intersections and Aspirations: 50 years of Australian Sociology, The Australian Sociological Association Annual Conference, 2013 Proceedings, Monash University, November 25 – 28, 2013.

Verhoeven, D. (2013). It Ain’t Over Til the Big Data Sings. eResearch Australasia 2013 Conference, Brisbane, (AU). October 22, 2013.

Ragan, M., Verhoeven, D., VanDerWal, J., Galloway, G., Cochrane, T. & Tate, N. (Chair) (2013). Research Impact of eResearch Infrastructure. What Worked and What Hasn’t. (Panel), eResearch Australasia 2013 Conference, Brisbane, (AU). October 22, 2013.

Verhoeven, D., Burrows, T. & Hawker, A. (2013) ‘Humanities e-Research at a National Scale: The HuNI Virtual Laboratory’, eResearch Australasia 2013 Conference, Brisbane, (AU). October 21.

Verhoeven, D., Burrows, T. & Hawker, A. (2013). Humanities E-research at a National Scale: The HuNI Virtual Laboratory. eResearch Australasia 2013 Conference, Brisbane, (AU). October 20-25, 2013.

Burrows, T. & Verhoeven, D. (2013). Integrating Research in the Humanities: The HuNI Virtual Laboratory (Digital Poster), First Global Conference on Research Integration and Implementation, Canberra, (AU). September 8-11, 2013.

Arrowsmith, C., Verhoeven, D. & Davidson, A. (2013). Visualising Large Cinema Data Sets. The Royal Geographical Society with IBG (RGS/IBG) Conference, London, (UK). August 28-30, 2013.

Burrows, T. & Verhoeven, D. (2013). Humanities Networked Infrastructure (HuNI). Australasian eResearch Organisations (AeRO) 5th National Forum: AeRO Collaborates!, Perth, (AU). July 26, 2013.

Verhoeven, D. & Burrows, T. (2013). A National Virtual Laboratory for the Humanities in Australia: The HuNI (Humanities Networked Infrastructure) Project. Digital Humanities 2013 (DH2013) Conference, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, (USA). July 16-19, 2013.

Verhoeven, D., Arrowsmith, C., Coate, B. & Davidson, A. (2013). Cinema Studies is Big: It’s the Pictures that Got Small. European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) Conference co-located with the Annual History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception (HoMER) Network Conference, Prague, (CZ). June 20-22, 2013.

Arrowsmith, C., Verhoeven, D. & Davidson, A. (2013) Spatial Visualisation for Heterogeneous Cinema Datasets. European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) Conference co-located with the Annual History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception (HoMER) Network Conference, Prague, (CZ). June 20-22, 2013.

Verhoeven, D. & Hawker, A. (2013). A National Virtual Laboratory for the Humanities: A Taste of HuNI. The Higher Education Technology Agenda (THETA) Conference, Hobart, (AU). April 7-10, 2013.

Ryan, M. & Verhoeven, D. (2012). The Australian Screen Producer: Understanding Screen Production Cultures in a Period of Industrial Transition. 16th Biennial Conference of the Film and History Association of Australian and New Zealand, Victoria University, Melbourne, (AU). December 2-5, 2012.

Mason, I., Verhoeven, D. & Ross, S. (2012). eResearch Infrastructure for the Humanities. Third New Zealand eResearch Symposium, Victoria University, Wellington, (NZ). July 4-6, 2012.

Verhoeven, D. & Morris, B. (2012). Making Cities Count: Rankings, Liveability and Cultural Comparison. Making Culture Count: Rethinking Measures of Vitality, Wellbeing and Citizenship Conference, Melbourne, (AU). May 2-4, 2012.

Verhoeven, D., Gionfriddo, A., Wilson, R., Thomas, I., May, N. & Balasubranamian, V. (2012). Virtual Research Collections in the Humanities: Defining and Creating MavReC. Digital Humanities Australasia 2012 (DHA2012) Conference, Canberra, (AU). March 28-30, 2012.

Verhoeven, D., Kilner, K., Bollen, J. & Harley, R. (2012). Connecting Australia’s Cultural Datasets: A Vision for Collaboration. Digital Humanities Australasia 2012 (DHA2012) Conference, Canberra, (AU). March 28-30, 2012.

Verhoeven, D. (2012). Capacity, Curriculum Content: Teaching Digital Research Methodologies: A Case Study. Digital Humanities Australasia 2012 (DHA2012) Conference, Canberra, (AU). March 28-30, 2012.

Arrowsmith, C. & Verhoeven, D. (2012). Visualising Cinema Circuits: A Case Study in Greek Cinema’, Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, New York, (USA). February 26, 2012.

Arrowsmith, C. & Verhoeven, D. (2011). Visual Methods for Showing Cinema Circuits at Varying Temporal and Spatial Scales. GSR_1. December 12, 2011.

Verhoeven, D. (2011). Projected Communities: Greek Cinema-going in Australia (1949-86). The 9th International Conference on Greek Research, Flinders University, Adelaide, (AU). July 3, 2011.

Arrowsmith, C., Verhoeven, D., & Davidson, A. (2011). A Method for Detecting Geographic Cinema Circuits Using Markov Chains. The GIS Research UK (GISRUK) Conference, Portsmouth, (UK). April 27-29, 2011.

Arrowsmith, C., Davidson, A. & Verhoeven, D. (2009). Spatio-temporal Analysis of Micro-historical Cinematic Data. Biennial International Conference of the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI), Adelaide, (AU). September 28-October 2, 2009.

Arrowsmith, C., Verhoeven, D., Maltby, R. & Walsh, M. (2009). Media Geographies: A Geographic Study of Cinema in Australia for the Period from 1948-1971. Annual International Conference of the RGS-IBG, September 1-3, 2009.

Arrowsmith, C., Verhoeven, D. & Davidson, A. (2009). Geovisualising the History and Geography of Cinema. New Zealand Geographical Society (with the Institute of Australian Geographers) Conference, Christchurch, (NZ). July 5-8, 2009.

Brandum, D., Verhoeven, D. & Coate, B. (2009). Wagging a Long Thin Tail: The Economic Imperatives of the Roadshow Release Strategy. The 2nd Screen Economics Research Group 2009 Symposium (SERG 2009), Sydney, (AU). June 12-13, 2009.

Arrowsmith, C., Verhoeven, D. & Davidson, A. (2009). The Role of GIS and Spatial Analyses for Understanding Historical Change in the Post-war Film Industry: An Interdisciplinary Case Study Approach. ‘Mapping the City in Film: A Geo-Historical Analysis,’ An Interdisciplinary Conference, University of Liverpool, (UK). February 25-26, 2009.