My research focuses on the cultural significance of forms of remaking. Remaking is defined as a cultural intervention in which a media form is transformed into another media form. I am interested in the consequences--economic, political, representational, cultural--in which remaking occurs. My studies have included theme parks and themed spaces, film, video games, gender and crime. Currently, I am interested in how remaking acts as a phenomenon that cuts across various media and how remaking impacts identity politics.