SCMS Fieldnotes Project: Penley, Andrew, and Altman.

SCMS Fieldnotes Project: Interviews with key figures in Film and Media Studies adds Constance Penley, Dudley Andrew, and Rick Altman.

The SCMS Fieldnotes project is pleased to present three new interviews with

Miriam De Rosa's lecture

04/14/2016 - 16:00

If it is true that since the introduction of accelerated digitalization, the practice of archiving has strongly influenced modes of academic work and cultural activities, it has also massively affected artistic practice.

James Cahill's lecture

03/18/2016 - 16:00

If cinematic media may be understood to have a Copernican potential, whereby they may be used as instruments of scientific discovery and anti-anthropocentric displacement, how does such a potential change how one conceives of the world or even constructs, or for the historian, reconstructs new on

SCMS Fieldnote Project

SCMS Fieldnotes Project: Interviews with key figures in Film and Media Studies adds Laura Mulvey and John Caughie.

The SCMS Fieldnotes project is proud to present two new interviews with
seminal film and media studies scholars, Laura Mulvey, and John Caughie.

Harun Farocki's Parallel I-IV

02/17/2016 - 17:00

Cinema’s onscreen worlds have always borne an indexical bond to the real, thanks to film’s ability to register traces of physical reality and preserve
them as enduring images. What happens when computer-generated video game images—images possessing no such indexical bond—usurp

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04/14/2016 - 16:00

If it is true that since the introduction of accelerated digitalization, the practice of archiving has strongly influenced modes of academic work and cultural activities, it has also massively affected artistic practice.

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03/18/2016 - 16:00

If cinematic media may be understood to have a Copernican potential, whereby they may be used as instruments of scientific discovery and anti-anthropocentric displacement, how does such a potential change how one conceives of the world or even constructs, or for the historian, reconstructs new ones?

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Lefebvre, Martin, Chateau, Dominique

Christian Metz is remembered today as having almost single-handedly transformed the culture of film studies. This widely held view was summarized by one commentator, who wrote that “with Metz a new research paradigm is born, as well as a new generation of scholars.

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SCMS Fieldnotes Project: Interviews with key figures in Film and Media Studies adds Constance Penley, Dudley Andrew, and Rick Altman.

The SCMS Fieldnotes project is pleased to present three new interviews with
seminal film and media studies scholars, Rick Altman, Dudley Andrew and Constance Penley.

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