James Denis Mc Glynn is a scholar of music in film and screen media. He is currently a Research Fellow in Screen Studies at Trinity College Dublin, where he is part of the Irish Research Council Laureate Award project (2022–2026) “From Cinematic Realism to Extended Reality,” led by Dr. Jennifer O’Meara. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses on screen music at Royal Holloway, University of London and the School of Film, Music and Theatre, University College Cork. His doctoral thesis explored the rearrangement of pre-existing music in recent film and television scores. He serves on the editorial boards for the journals Émergence·s and Sonic Scope: New Approaches to Audiovisual Media and has reviewed for such eclectic publications as [in]Transition: Journal of Videographic Film & Moving Image Studies and The Musicology Review. His writing has appeared Sonic Scope, The Journal of Popular Music Studies, The Journal of Sound and Music In Games, Music and the Moving Image and the anthology After Midnight: Watchmen After Watchmen. He is currently completing invited contributions for several publications, including The Oxford Handbook of Music And Television.