Sensing the Archive – Exploring the digital (im)materiality of the moving image archive
Frames Cinema Journal Issue 19, Winter 2022
Guest Editor: Catherine Russell
Shrunken film strips, faded footage, distorted sound, and a harsh vinegar scent; such lamentable deterioration exposes the material vulnerabilities of audio-visual heritage which often determine the work of archivists and conservators. […]
The Works of Shonda Rhimes
Edited by Anna Weinstein
This edited volume on the works of Shonda Rhimes will be the first book in a new series to be published by Bloomsbury Academic. Seeking 250-word abstracts for previously unpublished essays on television series created by Rhimes. Final essays will be 3,000-3,500 words, […]
Cinephile 16.1 – Constant/Change Deadline for draft submissions: October 9th, 2021 The past year has been a time of unprecedented change, but it has also led to important engagements with some long-standing ideological lived material practices. The film industry is no exception to these considerations, as media production, consumption, and criticism are constantly […]
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Modularity and Modification
Media Fields: Critical Explorations of Media in Space, Issue 17
To move, media must be flexible. Think, for instance, of the remarkably consistent form of the upscale multiplex that has made a home for global blockbuster cinema in China, Mexico, India, Belgium, and Canada alike. Or consider the efforts of communities […]
The Center for Film and Moving Image Research housed at the Academy of Film, Hong Kong Baptist University and published by the University of Michigan Press has launched the inaugural issue of the Global Storytelling: Journal of Digital and Moving Image.
Global Storytelling is a peer-reviewed, biannual journal that serves as an international and interdisciplinary […]
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States of Immersion: Bodies, Medias Technologies
Edited collection — Estimated publication 2023
Updated deadline: July 31, 2021
(Version fran?aise ci-bas)
Over five days in October 2020, the conference “Immersivity and Technological Innovations” brought together more than fifty researchers and artists to address questions raised by virtual reality […]
CALL FOR ARTICLES
As a follow up to the one-day CLIC (Centre for Literary and Intermediality Crossings) conference on Seriality in December 2020 (keynotes by Jason Mittell and Adil El Arbi), the Spring 2022 issue of Journal for Literary and Intermedial Crossings (JLIC) will focus on Seriality research.
Guest editors are Ronald Geerts, Anneleen Masschelein, Ernest Mathijs and Bart Nuyens.
The Journal for Literary and […]
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POSTHUMANISM AT THE MARGINS: ON FILM, MEDIA, AND NEW WAYS OF BEING
The term posthumanism has, throughout its relatively short lifespan, swelled to encompass any number of definitions and permutations, ranging from a descriptor for a technological afterlife of the “human” to a critical look at ways of being […]
If you weren’t able to join us for this year’s Annual General Meeting, here are a few updates regarding the composition of the executive committee and the bylaws that were modified during the meeting.
2021-22 Executive committee
Shana Macdonald, President (Waterloo) (year 2 of a two-year term) Louis-Paul Willis, VP (UQAT) (year 2 of […]
Dean, Faculty of Fine & Applied Arts – Capilano University (North Vancouver, BC)
Capilano University has an international reputation for high quality teaching and academic opportunities across innovative programs and services. The University’s approximately 11,600 students, supported by a diversity of faculty and staff, build an extraordinary academic foundation grounded in a sense […]
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