Kaelie’s current work and research revolves around the transnational industrial and cultural relationship between Hollywood and Scotland through film, television and media. Kaelie also expresses avid interest in American and British period productions, and representations of nationality and gender on screen. In her spare time, Kaelie embraces her Celtic heritage with Highland and Irish dancing as well as a love for all things Scottish, including the pipes!
- “The Suspense-Thriller’s Pygmalion Complex: Male Desire in Vertigo (1958), Les Biches (1968), and Body Double (1984).” In Classical Myth on Screen, edited by Monica S. Cyrano and Meredith E. Sanfran, 83-93. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2015.
Field(s) of Study
- Scottish Film and Media
- Studio Era American Cinema
- Gender and Sexuality in Film, Television and Media
- Heritage Productions
- Adolescence in Film and Television