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Re: MECCSA Digest - 28 Jul 2018 to 30 Jul 2018 (#2018-197)

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Dear MECCSA
I wonder if you could help. I am away doing fieldwork and, to keep some kind of a handle on my inbox, I have tried for some time and on numerous occasions  unsubscribe from your automatic digest system. However, it never seems to work.
Please could you unsubscribe me? I will be back in December and will resubscribe then.
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Subject: MECCSA Digest - 28 Jul 2018 to 30 Jul 2018 (#2018-197)

There are 6 messages totaling 1766 lines in this issue.

Topics of the day:

  1. Podcasting - New Aural Cultures and Digital Media
  2. Online questionnaire on 13 Reasons Why
  3. Animation Studies 2.0 - new post and September CFP
  4. IAMHIST Blog
  5. New posts in JOMEC, Cardiff University, UK
  6. The Production of Location: Imagineering Atmospheres

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Date:    Mon, 30 Jul 2018 07:35:49 +0000
From:    Dario Llinares <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Podcasting - New Aural Cultures and Digital Media

Apologies for cross-posting

I just wanted to draw your attention to a new publication that may be of interest to those working in relevant fields.


Podcasting: New Aural Cultures and Digital Media is the first comprehensive interdisciplinary collection of academic research exploring the definition, status, practices and implications of podcasting through a Media and Cultural Studies lens. By bringing together research from experienced and early career academics alongside audio and creative practitioners, the chapters in this volume span a range of approaches in a timely reaction to podcasting’s zeitgeist moment.

In conceptualizing the podcast, the contributors examine its liminal status between the mechanics of ‘old’ and ‘new’ media and between differing production contexts, in addition to podcasting’s reliance on mainstream industrial structures whilst retaining an alternative, even outsider, sensibility. In the present tumult of online media discourse, the contributors frame podcasting as indicative of a ‘new aural culture’ emerging from an identifiable set of industrial, technological and cultural circumstances. The analyses in this collection offer a range of interpretations which begin to open avenues for further research into a distinct Podcast Studies.

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You can download the ebook or by the hard copy here: https://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9783319900551



Dr Dario Llinares
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Date:    Mon, 30 Jul 2018 12:08:44 +0000
From:    William Proctor <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Online questionnaire on 13 Reasons Why

?Colleagues,


I am part of an audience research project team investigating responses to the Netflix series, 13 Reasons Why, which became a hot topic in news discourse following the first season's release in 2017 and, more recently, around the second season in 2018. Drawing upon Martin Barker's complex quali-quant methodology-used in projects including Lord of the Rings, Alien Audiences, the World Hobbit project and the on-going Game of Thrones audience study- the questionnaire was released online in May 2018 and we have managed to capture almost 500 completions. Our aim is 1000 so, if I may be so bold, could I please ask colleagues to disseminate as widely as possible across their various networks and so forth? We strongly believe that this research is both vital and necessary in relation to the representation of sexual violence and suicide in media, and the way in which different audiences interpret, use and evaluate such material, with a view to redressing simplistic evaluations in press and academic discourse that continue to have little empirical merit.


The link to the questionnaire can be found here:  <https://bournemouth.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/13-reasons-why-2> https://bournemouth.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/13-reasons-why-2


Many thanks!


Best Wishes


13 Reasons Why project team


Dr. William Proctor, Bournemouth University

Dr. Lesley-Ann Dickson, QMU

Dr. Richard McCulloch, Huddersfield University

Dr. Ann Luce, Bournemouth University


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Date:    Mon, 30 Jul 2018 14:53:08 +0200
From:    Formenti Cristina <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Animation Studies 2.0 - new post and September CFP


*Apologies for cross posting*





This week, for our "Animation & Robots" theme, guest curated by Nea Ehrlich, Meike Urigh offers a reflection on the character development of robotic figures in animated films .  You can read her post here: https://blog.animationstudies.org/?p=2592








Please feel free to join in the conversation by commenting the post in the blog's comment section. To be able to closely follow the conversation you can also subscribe to the comments of this (and just this) post here: https://blog.animationstudies.org/?page_id=99999&srp=2592&srk=093cbf3bba2b38e8993c7804ff38aad8&sra=s&srsrc=f


















Finally, along with a list of our exciting upcoming themes, below you can find the CFP for our  September theme: " Early, Silent and Pre-cinematic Animation", guest curated by Malcolm Cook. Deadline for submissions is August 27th, 2018.





Best wishes,

Cristina





Dr. Cristina Formenti

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CFP Early, Silent and Pre-cinematic Animation , September theme

Guest curated by Malcolm Cook

(Deadline: August 27th, 2018)







AsDonald Crafton’s ground-breaking book made clear in 1982, the period  BeforeMickey was a fertile one for animation. Early trick films demonstratedthe key techniques of stop-camera and frame-by-frame capture, while exhibitingthe intermedial origins of animation and cinema. Pioneers from McCay to Brayproduced celebrated masterpieces or developed labour-saving techniques.Animation went from a cottage industry to a lucrative business. Arguably,animation even pre-existed the technology of cinema, with optical toys andstage entertainments exhibiting ‘animated’ qualities.  Yet, there remain many unanswered questions about this nascent period, with new archival discoveries and academic methods yet to be explored. What has been left out of canonical animation histories? What place does animation have in the histories and theories of early film that have developed since the influential 1978 FIAF meeting in Brighton? What role did women play in the development of animation? What does it mean to describe something as ‘animation’ in periods and countries where that term was not in use? What relevance do films over a century old have in the present day?   Animation Studies 2.0  invites new research, reflections and provocations on these themes.

Topics may include, but are not limited to:



          The early development and adoption of animation around the world;
          Studies of lesser known early animation pioneers (e.g. Helena Smith Dayton, Segundo de Chomón, Walter Booth, or Margaret Winkler);
          Silent-era animated stars and stardom (e.g. Felix the Cat, Mutt and Jeff, or Bonzo);
          Representation in early animation of race, gender, sexuality;
          The aesthetics of pre-sound animation: lightning sketches, rubber-hose, straight-ahead animation;
          Music, sound and ‘silent’ animation: accompaniment practices and singalongs;
          Optical and philosophical toys and their relationship to animation (e.g. zoetropes, phenakistascopes, or praxinoscopes);
          Magic lantern presentations, mechanical slides, and early moving projected images;
          Performance and its role in the development of animation: magicians, lighting cartoonists, vaudeville and minstrelsy;
          Intermedial connections in early animation (e.g. print cartooning, avant-garde artists and movements, or puppetry);
          The present-day reception of early animation: archives, reissues, fan culture;
          The relationship between animation and the ‘cinema of attractions’;
          Labour, craft and the early industrialisation and rationalisation of animation production;
          Debates about the historical specificity of animation or its theoretical pervasiveness.






Posts of between 600 and 900 words, which discuss any aspect of the above topic are welcome. Contributors are encouraged to include clips andat least one image to support their posts. Please also include a short bio and 3 keywords. All permissions are the responsibility of the contributor. Please contact the guest curator Malcolm Cook ([log in to unmask]) and the editors Nichola Dobson ([log in to unmask]) and Cristina Formenti ([log in to unmask]) with submissions or questions.








Upcoming themes
October: Animals and Animation
November: Animation and Philosophy (guest curated by Eric Herhuth)










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Date:    Mon, 30 Jul 2018 12:56:15 +0000
From:    "Llewella Chapman (AMA - Staff)" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: IAMHIST Blog

Dear all,


This week in the IAMHIST Blog, Chris Grosvenor writes on 'Cinema and Soldiers, 1914-1918: Reflections upon my doctoral research during the final year of centenary commemorations for the First World War':


http://iamhist.net/2018/07/cinemas-soldiers-1914-1918/

[https://i1.wp.com/iamhist.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/3.-Postcard-depicting-a-column-of-British-soldiers-marching-past-a-cinema-c.1916.-Author%E2%80%99s-Collection..jpg?fit=300%2C190]<http://iamhist.net/2018/07/cinemas-soldiers-1914-1918/>

Cinemas and Soldiers, 1914-1918: Reflections upon my doctoral research during the final year of centenary commemorations for the First World War<http://iamhist.net/2018/07/cinemas-soldiers-1914-1918/>
iamhist.net
Chris Grosvenor, University of Exeter 29 July 2018 As I write this blog post, I am in the final stages of bringing together my doctoral thesis –‘Cinema on the Front Line: A History of Military Cinema Exhibition and Soldier Spectatorship during

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Llewella



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Date:    Mon, 30 Jul 2018 14:17:10 +0000
From:    Stuart Allan <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: New posts in JOMEC, Cardiff University, UK

Dear colleagues

We are very pleased to announce three new posts here in the School of Journalism, Media and Culture (JOMEC) at Cardiff University.

Applications are welcome from candidates with established expertise in the following areas:

Senior Lecturer in International Journalism (Teaching and Scholarship) 7545BR
http://krb-sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?partnerid=30011&siteid=5460&AReq=7545BR

Lecturer in Digital Journalism (Teaching and Scholarship) 7549BR
http://krb-sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?partnerid=30011&siteid=5460&AReq=7549BR

Lecturer in Digital Media Studies (Teaching and Research) 7547BR
http://krb-sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?partnerid=30011&siteid=5460&AReq=7547BR 

The posts are full-time, and open-ended. For details, please click the link for each post, or visit Cardiff University’s website for academic vacancies:
https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/jobs/vacancies/academic-vacancies.

The closing date is Friday, 21 September 2018

Thank you, and with best wishes

Stuart Allan

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Date:    Mon, 30 Jul 2018 14:32:01 +0000
From:    Rodanthi Tzanelli <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: The Production of Location: Imagineering Atmospheres

Hello
This is my presentation on film tourism mobilities for those interested in the topic in the humanities and media.
With best wishes Rodanthi
LINKS:
http://rtzanelliinterdisciplinary.blogspot.com/2018/07/the-eighth-international-tourism-and.html?m=1

https://www.slideshare.net/mobile/tornadora13/plenarythe-eighth-international-tourism-and-media-itam-conference-57th-july-2018-liverpool-uk


Rodanthi Tzanelli
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