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Educated Tastes: Food, Drink and Connoisseur Culture (University of Nebraska Press, 2011).

Genre Matters: Essays in Theory and Criticism. Co-editor with Garin Dowd and Lesley Stevenson.

Selected Articles

Jeremy is the author of many articles on film, literature, food and culture for peer-reviewed journals. Some of these are freely available to read on the web, others require payment from the relevant journal.

  • Strong, J (2012) 'Sir Joseph Banks and the Aubrey/Maturin Novels of Patrick O’Brian.' Coriolis: Interdisciplinary Journal of Maritime Studies Vol 3, Number 2. 33 - 39.
  • Strong, J (2012) ‘Zen and the Art of Adaptation.’ The Journal of European Television History and Culture.
  • Miller, A & Strong, J. (eds). (2012) Research-Led and Research-Informed Teaching. CREST Publishing.
  • Strong, J. (2012) ‘Rambo on Page and Screen’ in A Companion to Literature, Film and Adaptation. Deborah Cartmell (ed.) Blackwell Publishing. 330 - 341.
  • Strong, J. (2012) ‘Talking Teams’ in Film Dialogue. Jeff Jaeckle (ed.) Columbia University Press/Wallflower.
  • Strong, J (2011) ‘Reconstructing the Rose or How joining the dots (generally) makes the picture.’ Literature/Film Quarterly. Salisbury, MD; Salisbury University. Vol 39, Issue 4. 297 – 305.
  • Strong, J. (2008) ‘Team Films in Adaptation: Remembered Stories and Forgotten Books.’ Adaptation: The Journal of Literature on Screen Studies. Oxford; Oxford University Press. Vol 1, Issue 1. 44 – 57.
  • Strong, J. (2008) ‘Sweetening Jane: Equivalence through Genre, and the Problem of Class in Austen Adaptations’ The Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance. Bristol; Intellect. Vol 1, Issue 3. 205 – 219.
    To be re-printed in Global Jane Austen, L. Raw and R. Dryden (Eds) Palgrave-Macmillan (2013.)
  • Strong, J. (2008) ‘Review of Dana Polan’s Scenes of Instruction: The Beginnings of the U.S. Study of Film.’ NeoAmericanist Journal. (Vol 3, Ed 2, Fall/Winter 08) The Centre for American Studies, University of Western Ontario.
  • Cartmell, D & Strong, J. (2007) Conference report on The Association of Literature on Screen Studies 2nd Annual Conference (a web blog)
  • Strong, J. (2006) ‘The modern offal-eaters’, Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture, Berkeley CA; University of California Press, 6, (2), 30 - 39.
  • Strong, J. (2006) ‘Tess, Jude and the problem adapting Hardy.’ Literature/Film Quarterly. Salisbury, MD; Salisbury University, 34, 195 - 203.
  • Strong, J. (2006) ‘Crews, squads, sevens, elevens and dozens: the team film genre’ Kinema: A journal for film and audiovisual media. Ontario; University of Waterloo Press, 26, 39 – 54.
  • Strong, J. (2003) ‘Flex and the language of bodybuilding’ in J. Still (ed.), Men’s Bodies, Paragraph. Numbers 1 & 2, March/July. Edinburgh; Edinburgh University Press, 163 -174.
  • Strong, J. (1997) ‘The mimetic fallacy: why adaptations disappoint.’ in J. M. Santamaria, E. Pajares, V. Olsen, R. Merino, F. Eguiluz (eds.), Trasvases Culturales: Literatura, cine, traduccion 2. Vitoria-Gasteiz; Universidad del Pais Vasco, 351 - 359.