Film Matters reviewed in the Chronicle of Higher Education

Out in print today, The Chronicle of Higher Education has published a profile on Intellect's new undergraduate film journal, Film Matters.

Film Matters offers an unparalleled opportunity for undergraduates on film courses worldwide to showcase their burgeoning talent in a peer-reviewed publication. Interviewed in the article, editors Liza Palmer and Tim Palmer convey the reaction of the academic community to this ground-breaking new journal...

On the phone from Wilmington, Liza Palmer, a creative and fine-arts librarian at the university, and her husband and co-editor, Tim Palmer, an associate professor of film studies, describe the response from academics around the world as the new journal's call for papers spread through e-mail lists and other venues. "Professors are just reveling in this new way they can mentor their best undergraduates," says Tim Palmer. Publication, he suggests, offers an alternative fate for a "great piece of student work" that otherwise "sort of dies at the end of the semester."

Read the full article here!

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