Film Studies bling-bling

Film Studies bling-bling

Film Studies bling-bling Episode 14

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In this episode, I welcome Senem Duruel Erkiliç as my "Bling of the month". She is Film Scholar at the Radio, Film and TV Department at Mersin University (Turkey). Her academic field of study involves Turkish cinema, cinema-history and memory relationship, documentary film and film language. We talk about her book "Turk Sinemasinda Tarih ve Bellek" ("History and Memory in Turkish Cinema") and her current research project titled "COVID-19 Pandemic and Crises of Turkish Film Industry". (0:01:09-0:34:56)

http://apbs.mersin.edu.tr/saduruel

Please check out this website for Senem's reading recommendations: https://filmische-stadt.projekte-filmuni.de/current-episode.html

In the News Chapter, it's all about the Podcast "The Cinematologists". The creators Dario Llinares and Neil Fox give an insight into how the Podcast reflect their work as Film Scholars and how the Podcast developed over the years. (0:34:58-1:07:45)

http://www.cinematologists.com

In the Dear Diary Chapter, I tell about my participation at the "Dial S for Screen Studies Conference".

https://sydneyscreenstudiesnetwork.com


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About this podcast

"Film Studies bling-bling" is about hidden and well-known treasures, big and small diamonds from Film Studies.

In each episode, we have a "Bling of the month"; scholars from Film Studies who are interviewed about their research.

In the news section, you hear from current research projects or book publications, or whatever struck my way strolling around in the Film Studie's universe.

And at the end of each episode comes the "Dear Diary" chapter. Here I give an insight into my research work in my current project "The cinematic face of cities" and talk about other topics that concern me as a PostDoc.

The podcast is produced at the Film University Babelsberg (Germany).
The Podcast is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0). This license allows reusers to copy and distribute the material in any medium or format in unadapted form only, for noncommercial purposes only, and only so long as attribution is given to the creator.

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