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Maria San Filippo <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 16 Jun 2020 14:53:14 -0400
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*apologies for cross-posting*

Dear Colleagues,

It is our pleasure to announce the publication of our new issue (18.2),
featuring these essays and reviews:

*“The Style of Ingmar Bergman's Films” *

Barry Salt

*“Progressive Moralities: Introducing New Discourses of Gender and
Sexuality in 1990s Tamil Film Songs” *

Peter C. Pugsley and Dhamu Pongiyannan

*“‘The Greatest Love Stories on Earth?’: The Ethics of Community in Social
Documentaries” *

Laurel Ahnert

*“The Paradoxes of Precarious Labor in Observational Documentaries Today”*

Mike Meneghetti

*“Dare to Digress: Cinematic Self-Discovery in Victor Erice's Dream of
Light” *

Trevor Mowchun

*Television Rewired: the Rise of the Auteur Series*, by Martha Nochimson
(University of Texas Press, 2019)

Jason Jacobs

*The New Gay for Pay: The Sexual Politics of American Television Production*,
by Julia Himberg (University of Texas Press, 2017)

Chelsea McCracken

Additionally, in support of racial justice and in solidarity with
#BlackLivesMatter, we are offering the following articles *free access
through July 31*:

*“Get Out and the Legacy of Sundown Suburbs in Post-Racial America” *

Elizabeth A. Patton

*“A Cult Film by Proxy: Space Is the Place and the Sun Ra Mythos” *

Jamie Sexton

*“‘It’s All the Way You Look at It, You Know’: Reading Bill ‘Bojangles’
Robinson’s Film Career”*

Hannah Durkin

*“Water Color: Radical Color Aesthetics in Julie Dash’s Daughters of the

Diana Pozo

*“**This Scholarship Is Important: Experiences in Newspaper Historical
Research of African-American Voices on Radio” *

Bala Baptiste

*"Imitation of Life: New Forms of Spectatorship"*

Laura Mulvey

*"Romantic Female Friendships as Resistance: Subversive Web Series in the
United States and India"*

Molly Bandonis & Namrata Rele Sathe

To help spread the word, and for latest news and promotions, please follow
us on Twitter @NRFTSJournal <> and
Instagram @nrftsjournal <>. We
welcome submissions through the portal on our website, where information
about the journal and guidelines for authors can also be found:

Wishing you health and fortitude during these challenging times.

Kind regards,

Maria San Filippo


*New Review of Film and Television Studies
<> *

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