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"Akser, Murat" <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 15 May 2018 11:51:13 +0000
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Call for book reviews.

The following books are also available for review for the Cinej Cinema Journal.

Reviews must be in English and submitted within 60 days of receipt of the publication.

Please contact me if you are interested and for review guidelines at [log in to unmask]


Andersson, Johan, and Lawrence Webb, eds. Global cinematic cities: new landscapes of film and media. Columbia University Press, 2016.

Archibald, David. The War that Won't Die: The Spanish Civil War in Cinema. Manchester University Press, 2012.

Byrne, Wayne. The Cinema of Tom DiCillo: Include Me Out. Columbia University Press, 2017.

Haegele, Lisa, et al. The Berlin School and Its Global Contexts: A Transnational Art Cinema. Wayne State University Press, 2018.

Hennefeld, Maggie. Specters of Slapstick and Silent Film Comediennes. Columbia University Press, 2018.

Panse, Silke, and Dennis Rothermel, eds. A critique of judgment in film and television. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.

Ripley, Mark. A Search for Belonging: The Mexican Cinema of Luis Buñuel. Columbia University Press, 2017.

Roof, Judith. The Comic Event: Comedic Performance from the 1950s to the Present. Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2018.

Scovell, Adam. Folk Horror: Hours Dreadful and Things Strange. Auteur, 2017.

Tinkcom, Matthew. Queer Theory and Brokeback Mountain. Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2017.

Wagner, Kristen Anderson. Comic Venus: Women and Comedy in American Silent Film. Wayne State University Press, 2018.

CINEJ Cinema Journal is a peer-reviewed semiannually (Jan/July) published international Cinema Journal. It is published by the University Library System, University of Pittsburgh and is cosponsored by the University of Pittsburgh Press. It is also indexed in a variety of citation indexes including Emerging Sources Citation Index.

‪The latest issue of CINEJ Cinema Journal (vol. 6, no. 2) is now available, featuring a variety of new articles that may be of interest to many readers. The journal is open access and can be reached at:

Murat Akser, Ph.D.
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School of Arts and Humanities
Ulster University, Magee campus
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