Studies in Eastern European Cinema
ISSN: 2040350X
Online ISSN: 20403518
First published in 2010
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Principal Editor
Ewa Mazierska
University of Central Lancashire

Deputy Editor
Elżbieta Ostrowska
University of Alberta

Associate Editors
Nebojša Jovanović
Freelance Researcher

Matilda Mroz
University of Greenwich

In the years since the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the political changes of 1989/90, there has been a growing interest in the cinemas of the former countries of the Eastern Bloc. There is a growing community of scholars, including a number of students working for post-graduate qualifications, who are engaged with film but also media, culture, and art (of one form or another) from the region. This is not a community existing on the margins of academia but one which is nationally and internationally recognised for the centrality and high quality of its scholarship.

Studies in Eastern European Cinema provides a dynamic, innovative, regular, specialised peer-reviewed  academic outlet and discursive focus for the world-wide community of Eastern European film scholars, edited by a board of experienced, internationally recognised experts in the field.


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Film and Television Literature Index (with FT); TOC Premier; British Humanities Index

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