Northern Lights: Film & Media Studies Yearbook 18 is out now! 

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Intellect is excited to announce that Northern Lights: Film & Media Studies Yearbook 18 is out now! 

 

Special Issue: ‘Europe at the Crossroads: Cinematic Takes’ 

 

For more information about the special issue and journal, click here >> https://www.intellectbooks.com/northern-lights-film-media-studies-yearbook

 

Aims & Scope

 

Northern Lights is a peer-reviewed international publication dedicated to studies of film and media. The yearbook is a meeting place for Nordic, European and global perspectives on film and media. The editors stress the importance of interdisciplinary research and welcome contributions on both old and new media.

 

Issue 18

 

Introduction

Temenuga Trifonova 

 

Articles

 

European cinema: Between Mit-sein, Da-sein and Nah-sein 

Thomas Elsaesser

 

Crossing the European boundary: The conjoined figures of colonizer and migrant in Zama (Martel, 2017) and The Other Side of Hope (Kaurismäki, 2017) 

Ali Rıza Taşkale and Şima H. Erdoğan

 

Universality, spectrality, proximity: The cinematic faces of Europe’s other 

Boris Pantev

 

From ‘face-to-face’ to ‘side-by-side’: The abject neighbour in European cinema 

Seung-hoon Jeong

 

Gifts of welcome: Precarity, intimacy and the gift in Die Farbe des Ozeans (Peren, 2011) and Welcome (Lioret, 2009) 

Maria Stehle and Beverly Weber

 

From postnational mobility to posthuman fluidity: Unfixed identities and social responsibilities in Personal Shopper (Assayas, 2016) and Happy End (Haneke, 2017) 

Mary Harrod

 

Out of bounds: The spatial politics of civility in The Square (Östlund, 2017) and Happy End (Haneke, 2017) 

Elizabeth Ezra

 

Europe, spectrality and ‘post-mortem cinema’: The haunting of history in Christian Petzold’s Transit (2018) and Aki Kaurismäki’s Le Havre (2011) 

Alice Bardan

 

Thinking Europe from the margins and through marginal cinema: The case of The Nothing Factory (Pinho, 2017) 

Mariana Liz