Intellect is delighted to announce the new issue of Journal of Popular Television 3.1. This new issue has articles on The Big Bang Theory, Nordic Noir television and The Walking Dead.
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Visions Film Festival and Conference will run on April 17 in the Lumina Theater at UNCW. For more information, check out Visionsfilm.org.
Special issue on ‘The Region’
The economic and political/cultural impact and transformation due to neoliberal policies and the globalizing agendas of capital are to be seen at the level of the region as much as they are at the national. Indeed, under the thrust of global financial and technological forces the region as a linguistic, geographical and political entity is at once sutured to and independent of the nation. The power of capital and corporations, often circumventing the national structures of power and governance, allows them to directly intervene into and shape the affective and ideological landscape of specific regions. The very process of integration into capital is disintegrative, heightening the region even as it dissolves its distance from capital.
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Intellect is delighted to announce the new special issue of Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture 5.3: ’New Media and Participations’. This special issue is an outcome of the New Media and Participation Conference, co-organized by the COST Action IS0906, ‘Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies’ and the Faculty of Communications at Bahçesehir University on 22–23 November 2013, Istanbul. The issue ranges from political theory and policy considerations to analyses of street art, fan fiction, and amateur film-making in its discussion of the concept of ‘new media’.
Intellect is delighted to announce we are now providing online access to the below journal issues free of charge. The full issues can be downloaded for free via IngentaConnect. We hope you enjoy reading them.
Book Review by Maria Luise Oberem, Ph.D. in Psychology, MA in Dance/ Movement Therapy (USA), (BC-‐‑ DMT), MA in American Studies and Political Science
When I first heard this book being announced, it was with great anticipation that I awaited its publication. The book's title and subtitle deeply resonated in me and I was wondering how these fields, experiental and intensely personal realms for me, would be addressed in the form of a written book.
Since four decades, I am actively engaged in dancing, moving between cultures (artistic,academic and clinical), countries and continents. Researching the living, sensing and moving body in this 'ʹprocess of becoming'ʹ, we call individuation and life, is close to my heart.
Intellect is delighted to announce the new issue of Applied Theatre Research 3.1. This issue explores the themes of experimental theatre with promoting children’s well being to giving a voice to the aboriginal Australian youth to name but a few.
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Intellect is delighted to announce the new special issue of Journal of Fandom Studies 3.1: Special issue on Korean-Pop and Korean-Drama Fandoms.
This special issue explores innovative studies of overlooked aspects of Korean-pop and Korean-drama fandoms with articles ranging from the themes of the Korean wave in Israel, alternative masculinities in South Korean popular music and the male dancing body and western female fandom.
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The Wellesley news speaks to editor of Journal of Italian Cinema & Media Studies about the journal.
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Editor of Journal of Italian Cinema & Media studies is interviewed by Wellesley magazine on how her teaching and love for cinema resulted in the peer-reviewed journal.
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