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[ecrea] New issue of CINEJ (vol. 2, no. 2)

Wed Oct 23 16:26:34 GMT 2013

The latest issue of CINEJ Cinema Journal (vol. 2, no. 2) is now available,
featuring a variety of new articles that may be of interest to many readers:

** Articles **

* Murat Akser "Editorial" pp. 1-3. doi: 10.5195/cinej.2013.75

* C.S.H.N. Murthy, Oinam Bedajit Meitei, Dapkupar Tariang. "The Tale Of
Gandhi Through The Lens: An Inter-Textual Analytical Study
Of Three Major Films- Gandhi, The Making Of The Mahatma, And Gandhi, My
Father" pp. 4-37. doi: 10.5195/cinej.2013.66

* Fernando Canet. "Chop Shop and Foreign Parts settle on the fuzzy boundary
between fiction and documentary: new representations
of New York City in Contemporary Cinema" pp. 38-50. doi:

* Tom Vercruysse. "The American Dark Ages and the Terrorist Witch in Season
of the Witch" pp. 51-65. doi: 10.5195/cinej.2013.70

* Donna Ong. "Liu Na’ou And The 1930s Soft Film Movement: A New Approach In
Revisionist Chinese Film Historiography" pp. 66-81. doi:

* Erman Pehlivan. "Wenders in Motion: A Study On The Way Of
Characterization In Wim Wenders’ Road Movies" pp. 82-109. doi:

* Gökhan Uğur. "Same Story But Different Cover: The Substitution Principle
in Religion and Understanding It Through Watching Films" pp. 110-125. doi:

* Didem Durak. "Nostalgia for the Light: A ‘Documemory’ and The Conflict
between History and Memory" pp. 126-139. 10.5195/cinej.2013.71

* Esma Kartal. "Defining Italian Neorealism: A Compulsory Movement" pp.
140-148. doi: 10.5195/cinej.2013.73

* Murat Akser. "Nation, Genre and Female Performance in Canadian Cinema"
pp. 149-166. doi: 10.5195/cinej.2013.72

The journal is open access and can be reached at:

CINEJ Cinema Journal is a peer-reviewed semiannually (May/Nov) published
international Cinema Journal.
It is published by the University Library System, University of Pittsburgh
and is cosponsored by the University of Pittsburgh Press.

ISSN (Print) : 2159-2411
ISSN (Online) : 2158-8724

The next deadline for submissions: December 1, 2013

Feel free to contact for Print Issues On-Demand:

Greg Sciulli
University of Pittsburgh Book Centre
E-mail:(gsciulli /at/
The University Store on Fifth
4000 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh PA 15213
Tel: 412-648-1461

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