Scope - An Online Journal of Film and Television Studies
NOTE TO SCOPE READERS: The Scope website is currently undergoing essential repairs. We are working with Nottingham’s Information Services team to undertake the repairs and hope to have the site back online soon. Thanks for your patience. Meanwhile, if you seek a particular article or other content from a past issue, please email the editors, and we will try to pass along a copy promptly.
Scope is a fully peer-reviewed online journal edited by staff and students in the School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies at the University of Nottingham. As our title suggests, Scope provides a forum for discussion of all aspects of film history, theory and criticism. Given contemporary film and television studies' varied concerns, we believe that we can best serve our readers’ interests by promoting as wide a range of approaches and critical methodologies as possible.
Scope is published three times a year, in February, June and October. Established in 1999, the journal changed to its current format after five years of continuous publication. All Scope issues from 1999 to 2004 are available in our Archive. The first issue of the new series appeared in February 2005.
Scope is dedicated to publishing material of the highest scholarly interest, and to this end we have assembled a distinguished Editorial Advisory Board of academics and critics. We welcome contributions from established writers engaging with cutting-edge debates in film, television,, media and cultural studies. We also remain committed to providing a supportive environment for the work of emerging scholars. More