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Intersectionalities and Media Archaeologies

by Zachary J. McDowell & Nathanael Bassett (eds.) (2018)

The emerging field of media archaeology has opened up new avenues of research across fields and provided a way to challenge accepted historical layers of social and technical arrangements.

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Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media 15

I-Docs as Intervention: The Poetics and Politics of Polyphony

by Judith Aston & Stefano Odorico (eds.) (2018)

Dear colleagues,

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The origin of films in VOD catalogues. 2017 edition

by Christian Grece & Marta Jiménez Pumares (2017 [2018])

[Open access:]
https://rm.coe.int/the-origin-of-films-in-vod-catalogues/168078f2b4

How strong are European films on pay-per-view and subscription VOD?

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In Media Res

#MeToo Media Coverage

by Amy Arellano, Spring Duvall, Kate Fortmueller, & Ashley Jones (2018)

 (In Media Res, 8.-12.10.2018)

This week's In Media Res theme focus is #MeToo Media Coverage (10/8/18-10/12/18)

Here is the lineup: http://mediacommons.org/imr/

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Sexualities

Cartoon characters, equality nurseries and children’s ‘best interests’: On childhood and sexuality in Poland

by Ewa Stańczyk (2018)

ToC:
Abstract
Childhood innocence and children’s ‘best interests’
Tinky Winky as a dangerous homosexual
Winnie-the-Pooh as the threatening body
Equality nurseries as vehicles for ‘gender ideology’
Conclusion

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