NECSUS, Editorial Board

Editorial NECSUS #1, Spring 2012, 'Crisis'

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Rancière, Jacques

The gaps of cinema

S. 4-13

Poell, Thomas; Darmoni, Kaouthar

Twitter as a multilingual space: The articulation of the Tunisian revolution through #sidibouzid

S. 14-34

Dasgupta, Sudeep

Policing the people: Television studies and the problem of ‘quality’

S. 35-53

Baetens, Jan

The photo-novel, a minor medium?

S. 54-66

Special Section: Crisis

Sinnerbrink, Robert

Sea-change: Transforming the ‘crisis’ in film theory

S. 67-84

Lobato, Ramon

A sideways view of the film economy in an age of digital piracy

S. 85-97

Meissner, Miriam

Portraying the global financial crisis: Myth, aesthetics, and the city

S. 98-125

Wedel, Michael

Universal, Germany, and ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT: A case study in crisis historiography

S. 126-147

Backman Rogers, Anna

Ephemeral bodies and threshold creatures: The crisis of the adolescent rite of passage in Sofia Coppola’s THE VIRGIN SUICIDES and Gus Van Sant’s ELEPHANT

S. 148-168

Book reviews

Appiolaza, Fausto

Crisis and Capitalism in Contemporary Argentine Cinema - written by Joanna Page, Durham-London: Duke University Press, 2009

S. 169-173

Löffler, Petra

Towards a new media archaeology? A report on some books and tendencies

S. 174-180

Conference reviews

Herrera, Beatriz Bartolomé

Moving image and institution: Cinema and the museum in the 21st century, University of Cambridge (6-8 July 2011)

S. 181-186

Lundemo, Trond

Lost in translation? On the diverging responses to the question concerning technology - The Impact of Technological Innovations on the Historiography and Theory of Cinema, La Cinémathèque québécoise, Montreal (1-6 November 2011)

S. 187-192

Festival + Exhibition reviews

Castro, Teresa

Atlas. How to carry the world on one’s back?

S. 193-196

Loist, Skadi; de Valck, Marijke

Busan Cinema Forum 2011

S. 197-200