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Cfp Alphaville journal: women's film and television history

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Sarah Arnold <[log in to unmask]>

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Sarah Arnold <[log in to unmask]>

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Alphaville Winter 2020 (Issue 20): Call for Papers
Methodological, theoretical and pedagogical approaches to the study of women in film and television history.
Alphaville Journal of Film and Screen Media, Issue 20 (Winter 2020)
www.alphavillejournal.com
Issue Editors:
Anne O’Brien, Maynooth University, and Sarah Arnold, Maynooth University.
In conjunction with the Doing Women’s Film & Television History V conference of 2020, we are inviting contribute articles, shorter pieces or podcasts to this guest issue of Alphaville. 
In this issue we want to visit these themes through three approaches or strands:
• Methodological approaches to women’s film and television histories (for example, concerns with historical approaches and methods, emerging digital methodologies, etc.)
• Theoretical concerns in and approaches to women’s film and television histories (for example, challenging traditional theoretical approaches such as auteurism, or adopting new or alternative theoretical approaches, etc.)
• Pedagogical approaches to or concerns with women’s film and television histories (for example, concerns with education more broadly or with teaching and learning more specifically)
Call for papers:
1. Scholarly articles
We invite those presenting at or interested in the themes of the Doing Women’s Film & Television History conference to submit individual proposals for articles to this guest issue of Alphaville. Articles may, for example, address the following subjects:
• Considerations of methodological and theoretical approaches to the study of women in film and television and their audiences
• Archival research methods and approaches including feminist archiving practices
• Use of recently established or historically neglected women’s media archives
• International and comparative perspectives on women in film and television
• Histories of women’s creative practice, production and technical work and film/cinema and television work more generally in various national, regional, or local contexts; transnational film and television; migration and diasporas
• Approaches to histories of women’s indigenous production, including Third Cinema and grassroots film and television production
• Teaching women’s film and television history, feminist pedagogies, the politics of education and training, women’s experiences of moving from education to employment in film and television
• National, international, transitional, and small nation film and television
• Local, community and cooperative film and television production
• Issues regarding representation and non-representation
• Hidden histories: silent cinema, women’s erased and forgotten histories, problems with uncovering and situating women’s production and creative histories.
Potential contributors are invited to submit a 300-word abstract and a 200-word biography by 30th March 2020 to the Issue Editors [log in to unmask] and [log in to unmask] Authors will be notified by 15th April 2020. Following acceptance, completed articles of 5,500–6,500 words, adhering to Alphaville Guidelines (MLA 8th edition and House Style), will be due by 6th June 2020.

2. Dossier on methodological challenges and opportunities in researching women’s film and television histories
We invite shorter pieces of 1,000-2,500 words or podcasts that engage with the specific concern with methodological challenges and opportunities. We are interested to hear about current research (for example, funded research projects, collaborative research projects, PhD research, etc.) that may not be completed yet as well as reflections on existing research. Potential contributors are invited to submit a 150-word abstract and a 200-word biography by 30th March 2020 to [log in to unmask] and [log in to unmask] Authors will be notified by 15th April 2020. Following acceptance, completed reports of 1,000–2,500 words, adhering to Alphaville Guidelines (MLA 8th edition and House Style), will be due by 30th June 2020. Contributors will be offered the opportunity to include short video clips or other audiovisual material as a complement to their reports.

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