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Key Publications
by Dr Lila Moore


























2022- Forthcoming in November

Lila Moore, Annalisa Burello and June Boyce-Tillman ( 2022). Studying Spirituality and the Arts: A Transdisciplinary and Multimedia Approach. Journal for the Study of Spirituality.

Moore, Lila ( 2022).  Space-Age Goddess: The Overview Effect as a Feminine Archetype, Evolving Myth and Participatory Transpersonal Practice. S/HE: An International Journal of Goddess Studies

Moore L. & Shanken, E.  Roy Ascott, in New Media Art: History and Theory. (eds.) Charlie, Gere & Francesca, Franco, UK: Bloomsbury (Forthcoming in 2022).

Published Peer Reviewed Articles

Moore, L.  (2021). Sentient: A Social Media Environment as a Conscious Living System.  EVA London 2021: Electronic Visualisation & the Arts.

Moore, L.  ( 2021). Magic(k)al Visions of the Ultra-Modern Woman:  Reconsidering the Feminine Aesthetics of Moina Mathers and Maya Deren.  In Making Magic Happen: Selected Essays from the Inaugural Magickal Women Conference. London: Magic(k)al Women& Company Publications.

Moore, L.  (2020). Roy Ascott. In Religious and Spiritual Movements and the Visual Arts. (eds.), Massimo Introvigne & David Bromley, World Religions and Spirituality Project, Virginia Commonwealth University: Richmond, Virginia, USA.

Moore, L.  ( 2020). Three Cultural-Religious Worldviews in Noah (2014) – Hedonism, Fundamentalism and Eco-Feminism. Journal of Religion and Popular Culture.

Moore, L. ( 2019). From Cave to Screen: A Study of the Shamanic Origins of Filmmaking. Journal of Arts & Humanities.

Moore, L.  ( 2019). Not Your Gandmother’s Bible – A Comparative Study of the Biblical Deluge Myth in film. Religions.

Moore, L.  ( 2019). Moina Bergson Mathers. Women in World’s Religions and Spirituality Project (eds.) Rebecca Moore & Catherine Wessinger, World Religions and Spirituality Project, Virginia Commonwealth University: Richmond, Virginia, USA.

Moore, L. (2018). Humanity's Second Chance: Darren Aronofsky's Noah (2014) as an Environmental Cinematic Midrash. Journal of Religion and Film.

Moore, L.  ( 2019). Tombs and Reels of Consciousness: The Aesthetics that Interlinks Ancient Ritualistic Artefacts and Digital, Augmented and Virtual Reality. in, Weinel, J, Bowen, J. P. Diprose, G. & Lambert, N. (eds.), EVA London 2018: Electronic Visualisation & the Arts.

Moore, L.  ( 2018). The Shaman of Cybernetic Futures: Art, Ritual and Transcendence in Fields of the Networked Mind. Cybernetics and Human Knowing, A Journal of Second-Order Cybernetics, Autopoiesis and Cybersemiotics, 25th Anniversary Issue, A Tribute to the Messenger Shaman: Roy Ascott.

Moore, L.  ( 2017). The Transcendent Double Selfie App.  In Honorato, D. & Giannakoulopoulos, A. (eds.), Proceedings of Taboo-Transgression-Transcendence in Art and Science Conference, 2017, Ionian University, Department of Audio & Visual Arts: Corfu, Greece.

Moore, L.  ( 2017). Techno-Spiritual Horizons: Compassionate Networked Art Forms and Noetic Fields of Cyborg Body and Consciousness. Technoetic Arts Journal.

Moore, L. ( 2015). Fields of Networked Mind: Ritual Consciousness and the Factor of Communitas in Networked Rites of Compassion. Technoetic Arts Journal.


Moore, L.  ( 2015). Water e-Motion: Transformative views.  In Fuks, S. (ed.), 3WDS14 Waterwheel Symposium Proceedings.


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