“Invisible rhythms: Tracking Aesthetic Perception in Film and the Visual Arts.” Seeing into Screens: Eye Tracking the Moving Image. London: Bloomsbury, 2018. 28-45.
Atkinson, Paul and Rebecca Strating. “Cosmopolitanism on Demand?: Television and the Narrowing of Mediated Social Connection.” Contemporary Publics. Ed. P. David Marshall, Glenn D’Cruz, Sharyn McDonald and Katja Lee. London: Palgrave, 2016. 129-44.
Atkinson, Paul and Michelle Duffy. “The Amplification of Affect: Tension, Intensity and Form in Modern Dance.” Modernism and Affect. Ed. Julie Taylor. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2015. 94-110.
“The Inclination of Philosophy: The Creative Mind and the Articulation of a Bergsonian Method.” Understanding Bergson, Understanding Modernism. Eds. Paul Ardoin, S. E. Gontarski and Laci Mattison. New York and London: Bloomsbury, 2013. 89-104.
“Time, Memory and Movement in Gaspar Noé’s Irreversible.” Millenial Cinema: Memory in Global Film. Eds. Amresh Sinha and Terence McSweeney. London and New York: Columbia University Press, 2011. 17-36.
“I Know What You Did Next Summer.” Philip K. Dick and Philosophy. Ed. D.E. Wittkower. Chicago and LaSalle: Open Court, 2011. 261-70.
“Henri Bergson.” Deleuze’s Philosophical Lineage. Ed. Jon Roffe and Graham Jones. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2009. 237-60.
“The Time of Heroes: Narrative, Progress and Eternity in Miracleman.” The Contemporary Comic Book Superhero. Ed. Angela Ndalianis. New York: Routledge, 2008. 44-63
“The Movement of Dissolution: Bergson and the Aesthetics of Durational Difference.” Sensorium. Ed. Felicity Colman et al. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2008. 52-62.
Atkinson, Paul and Simon Cooper. “Graphic Implosion: Politics, Time, and Value in Post-9/11 Comics.” Literature after 9/11. Ed. Ann Keniston and Jeanne Follansbee Quinn. New York: Routledge, 2008. 60-81.
“Dynamic Sensation: Bergson, Futurism and the Exteriorisation of Time in the Plastic Arts.” Art and Time. Ed. Susan Tridgell. Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2007. 57-74.
“Between Movement and Reading: Reconceptualising the Dynamic Picture Plane in Modernist Comics and Painting.” ImageText 9.3 (2018).
“Thinking With Digits: Cinema and the Digital-Analogue Opposition.” Sequence 4.1, 2016.
“Turning Away: Embodied Movement in the Perception of Shot Duration.” Image [&] Narrative. 15.1 (2014): 89-101.
Atkinson, Paul and Michelle Duffy. “Unnatural Movements: Modernism’s Shaping of Intimate Relations in Stravinsky’s Le sacre du printemps.” Affirmations of the Modern. 2 (2014): 95-119.
“Why Pause?: The Fine Line between Reading and Contemplation.” Studies in Comics 3.1 (2012): 63-81.
Atkinson, Paul and Simon Cooper. “Untimely Animations: Waltz with Bashir and the Incorporation of Historical Difference.” Screening the Past 34 (2012).
“The Graphic Novel as Metafiction.” Studies in Comics 1.1 (2010): 107-25.
“Movements within Movements: Following the Line in Animation and Comic Books.” Animation: An Interdisciplinary Journal 4:3 (2009): 265-81.
“The visualisation of Utopia in Recent Science Fiction Film.” Colloquy 14 (2007): 5-20.
Atkinson, Paul. & Yell, Sue. “Affect, Time and the Enunciative Body.” Southern Review 38.2 (2006): 40-57.
“Picturing movement and Moving Pictures: Towards a Pragmatics of Pictorial Perception.” Southern Review: Communication, Politics & Culture 33.3 (2000):
“The Morphology of Time: Sheldrake’s Theory of Formative Causation.” Antithesis, July, 8.2. (1997).
Reviews and Encyclopaedia Articles
“Bergson on Multiplicity.” Understanding Bergson, Understanding Modernism. Eds. Paul Ardoin, S. E. Gontarski and Laci Mattison. New York and London: Bloomsbury, 2013. 330-31.
“Bergson on Instinct.” Understanding Bergson, Understanding Modernism. Eds. Paul Ardoin, S. E. Gontarski and Laci Mattison. New York and London: Bloomsbury, 2013. 318-19.
“Framing Motion: Sculpture, the Body and Implied Movement.” Comics Forum. First published 23 September 2011 [http://comicsforum.org/2011/09/23/sculpture-and-comic-art-4-framing-motion-sculpture-the-body-and-implied-movement-by-paul-atkinson/]
“Essai sur les données immédiates de la conscience.” The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 03 January 2011 [http://www.litencyc.com/php/sworks.php?rec=true&UID=10518]
“Jacques le Goff, History and Memory.” Review in Autumn, 1995 issue of Exegesis.
Conference and Seminar Presentations
Barker, Richie and Paul Atkinson. “A new master of the cultural domain? Google’s role in the transactive memory systems of advertising copywriters and art directors.” ANZCA, Auckland, June 2018 (paper submitted for review).
Atkinson, Paul. “Vladimir Jankélévitch, Henri Bergson and the Emergence of a Transitory Aesthetics.” Vladimir Jankélévitch in the twenty-first century, Symposium, ACU, Sydney, February 2018.
Atkinson, Paul and Richie Barker. “Why remember when everything is at hand? Mobile devices and the delegation of human memory.” Tap, swipe, scan, submit! Interrogating Media Devices symposium, School of Communication and Arts, University of Queensland, 7-8 July 2016.
Atkinson, Paul and Rebecca Strating. “Fragmented Publics and the Waning of Cosmopolitanism” Conference Paper. Contemporary Publics: International Symposium. 24-25 February, 2014, Deakin University (abstract is currently in review for a book collection arising from the conference).
Atkinson, Paul and Michelle Duffy. “Unnatural Movements: Modernism’s Shaping of Intimate Relations in Stravinsky’s Le sacre du printemps.” AMSN Symposium 2012: Modernism, Intimacy and Emotion, 6–7 February 2012, Sydney.
“Why pause?: The Fine Line Between Reading and Contemplation.” Joint International Conference of Graphic Novels, Bandes dessinées and Comics. Manchester Metropolitan University: 5-6 July, 2011.
“The Graphic Novel as Metafiction.” The New Narrative? Comics in Literature, Film, and Art. University of Toronto, May 2008.
“Technology and the Vision of Utopia.” Imagining the Future: Utopia, Dystopia and Science Fiction. Monash University, December 2005.
“The Time of Articulation: Bergson’s Philosophy of Art.” Art and Time. Australian National University, November 2005.
“The Time of Heroes: The Still Image and the Construction of an Epic Past in Miracleman.” Holy Men in Tights. Melbourne University, June 2005.
“The Movement of Dissolution: Bergson and the Aesthetics of Durational Difference.” Sensorium. Melbourne University, June 2005.