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[Commlist] new issue "Research, Debates and Projects 2.0" published

Thu Nov 28 12:49:59 GMT 2019

The new issue "Research, Debates and Projects 2.0" of the peer-reviewed open-Access journal Research in Film and History is now available online. Research in Film and History offers an international platform for cutting-edge debate, new approaches, and interdisciplinary perspectives on the intersection between film and history. The journal seeks submissions that explore thematic or methodological connections between the two disciplines through a theoretical, practical, or historical lens. All submissions undergo a double-blind peer-review process. No APCs are charged. Research in Film and History was developed and funded as part of the research project “Audiovisual Histospheres” (Rasmus Greiner, University of Bremen), which is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research initiative “Small Subjects – Big Potential". It received additional funding from the University’s Central Research Development Fund (CRDF) as part of the pioneer project „Audio History of Film“, and is currently funded by the Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research (ZeMKI), University of Bremen.
Table of Contents
    / Greiner, Rasmus
Liberated on Film: Images and Narratives of Camp Liberation in Historical Footage and Feature Films
    / Weckel, Ulrike <> Mexican Public Health History through Film: The Riches of a Film Archive, 1945–1970
    / Gudiño, María Rosa <> Reel Life: Memory and Gender in Soviet Estonian Home Movies and Amateur Films. A Case Study of the Estonian TV Series 8 MM LIFE (2014–2015)
    / Jõhvik, Liis <> Film as Instrument of Social Enquiry: The British Documentary Film Movement of the 1930s
    / Rüffert, Christine <> Visibility and Torture: On the Appropriation of Secret Service CCTV in YOU DON’T LIKE THE TRUTH
    / Köthe, Sebastian <>
Trapped in Amber: The New Materialities of Memory
    / Elsaesser, Thomas
Be Part of History: Documentary Film and Mass Participation in the Age of YouTube
    / Petraitis, Marian <>
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