NECSUS Editorial Board:

Editorial NECSUS

S. 1-4


Disaggregation and Reconfiguration

Lúcia Nagib:

The elusive form of film

S. 5-11

Petr Szczepanik:

Beyond the crisis of film studies

S. 13-17

Ana Grgić:

There is no such thing as Balkan cinema, and yes, Balkan cinema exists: Ruminations on the past and possible futures of Balkan cinema (and media) studies?

S. 19-26

Valeria Camporesi:

Still thinking it over: The history of cinema, global industries, and local film cultures, as viewed from Spain

S. 27-31


Praxis and Operativity

Kevin B. Lee:

A videographic future beyond film

S. 33-39

Marco Benoît Carbone:

On the study of games as media

S. 41-48

Antonio Somaini:

Film, media, and visual culture studies, and the challenge of machine learning

S. 49-57

Laliv Melamed:

Operative Imaginaries

S. 59-65


Labour and Collaboration

Andrea Virginás:

‘Work’ and ‘labour’ in film and media studies: Lifepath, introspection, survival

S. 67-73

Marijke de Valck; Antoine Damiens:

Ten years of festival reviews: Celebrating a minor academic genre

S. 75-81

Melis Behlil:

Who let the docs out?: Trials, tribulations, and thrills in media studies

S. 83-86

Lavinia Brydon; Victoria Pastor-González:

Collaborative futures / Futuros en colaboración

S. 87-92

John Sundholm:

History is, media studies is

S. 93-97


Ethics and Politics

Mette Hjort:

Ethical imperatives: Reflections on the past and future of media studies

S. 99-104

Judith Keilbach; Michał Pabiś-Orzeszyna:

Green(ing) Media (Studies)

S. 105-112

Ömer Alkin:

Postmigrant media futures

S. 113-120

Jaap Kooijman; Patricia Pisters:

Murky Waters: Submerging in an aesthetics of non-transparency

S. 121-126

Giovanna Fossati:

For a global approach to audiovisual heritage: A plea for North/South exchange in research and practice

S. 127-133

María Antonia Paz:

Endings, beginnings, and transformations

S. 135-140


Miriam De Rosa:

Ten years of NECSUS: A birthday card

S. 141-144