Film Studies bling-bling

Film Studies bling-bling

Film Studies bling-bling Episode 17

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In this episode, you can experience Dr. Carley M. Shinault and Dr. Brian C. Johnson. They give an insight in their planned book "Afterbirth of a Nation: Urban Critical Pedagogy and Ghetto-centric Film Since Boyz n the Hood." The call for chapters for the planned publication is currently open, so Dr. Shinault and Dr. Johnson encourage listeners to submit an abstract. Furthermore, they reflect on interdisciplinary and editorial work.

In the News Chapter, Sebastian Stielke speaks about his recently published book "100 Facts about Babelsberg." Chronologically it leads through the history of the film and media location Babelsberg and offers numerous glimpses behind the scenes.

In the Dear Diary Chapter, Dr. Anna Luise Kiss talks about the reasons for the increase in personnel in the research project "The Cinematic Face of Cities." And she reports on what the team is working on at the moment.


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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.

by Anna Luise Kiss

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