NECSUS Spring 2021_#Solidarity - New journal issue online

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Type: 
Journal
Location: 
Netherlands
Subject Fields: 
Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Cultural History / Studies, Digital Humanities, Film and Film History, Humanities

A new open access issue of NECSUS - European Journal of Media Studies is now available online. The NECSUS Spring 2021 issue offers a special article section on #Solidarity, while also containing feature articles as well as exhibition, festival and book reviews. Find the new journal issue here

Features

Editorial NECSUS

Tokyo drifters: The negotiation and regulation of generational precarity in ‘Terrace House’ by Faye Mercier

Gentrification by genre? The Berlin rom-com by Kim Wilkins

Narrating the ‘Eternal City’ in ‘La Dolce Vita’ (1960) and ‘La Grande Bellezza’ (2013) by Temenuga Trifonova

Workshop of Potential Scholarship: Manifesto for a parametric videographic criticism by Alan O’Leary

Desktop documentary: From artefact to artist(ic) emotions by Miklós Kiss

Shot and never seen again: Videotapes as waste and merchandise in post-socialist Romania by Jonathan Larcher

Special Section: #Solidarity

Live-streaming for frontline and distant witnessing: A case study exploring mediated human rights experience, immersive witnessing, action, and solidarity in the Mobil-Eyes Us project by Sam Gregory

Sensations and solidarity: Affect, ambience, and politics in digital literary narratives by Shweta Khilnani

Co-creation as im/mediate/d caring and sharing in times of crises: Reflections on collaborative interactive documentary as an agile response to community needs by Sandra Gaudenzi, Jasmin Kermanchi, and Anna Wiehl

Living whose best life? An intersectional feminist interrogation of postfeminist #solidarity in #selfcare by Brianna Wiens and Shana MacDonald

The Interdependence of Care: A Conversation with The Care Collective by Linda Kopitz

Festival Reviews edited by Marijke de Valck and Antoine Damiens

The 2020 Boston Latino International Film Festival: Continuing the fight for social justice virtually by Michelle Leigh Farrell

Nearby the Festival International du Film Documentaire de Saint-Louis: Rethinking proximity in times of COVID-19 by Laura Feal and Estrella Sendra

The Human Rights Film Network: Festival resilience in the time of Covid-19 by Mariagiulia Grassilli and Alexandra-Maria Colta

One World Human Rights Documentary Film Festival: Limits of (de)centralised management during the pandemic by Petra Jansa

Porn film festivals during pandemic times: San Francisco PornFilmFestival and UNCENSORED in lockdown by Esther Moreno Morillas

Book Reviews edited by Lavinia Brydon and Victoria Pastor-González

Queering film festival studies by Chris Berry 

Uncovering in-betweens: On photochemical practices and handmade cinema by Melinda Blos-Jáni

Defining the high and the low of audiovisual images: Contemporary approaches by Alena Strohmaier

Exhibition Reviews edited by Miriam de Rosa and Leo Goldsmith

Post-cinematic spectatorship in virtual reality: Negotiating 3DoF and 6DoF in ‘Queerskins: Ark’ by Maud Ceuterick

Turtles all the way down: The Daata Art Fair by Kevin Walker

Surveillance, bias, and healing through re-articulation: An interview with Paula Albuquerque on her recent solo exhibition in Amsterdam by Astrid Korporaal

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