Scope
An online journal of film and television studies: ISSN 1465-9166
The University of Nottingham
  

Scope: film and television history, theory and criticism

Scope is a fully peer-reviewed online journal edited by staff and students in the Department of Culture, Film and Media and Institute for Screen Industries Research at the University of Nottingham. Scope provides a forum for discussion of all aspects of film and television history, theory and criticism.

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4-Volume Set on Japanese Cinema Published by Routledge

Description
This major new reference resource offers a multi-dimensional overview of one hundred years of filmmaking in Japan.
Date:
21/10/2014

Soderbergh Goes Legit

Description
The Institute for Screen Industries Research at the University of Nottingham is pleased to announce its latest blog entry, from Mark Gallagher on "retired" filmmaker Steven Soderbergh's turn to theatre for the off-Broadway play The Library.
Date:
04/06/2014

Knowledge Exchange and Innovation Awards

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Congatulations to the five members of CLAS staff, who were nominated in the University's inaugural Knowledge Exchange and Innovation awards.
Date:
03/06/2014

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Emma Biggs and Matthew Collings at Djanogly Theatre

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06/11/2014
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Emma Biggs and Matthew Collings will discuss their own involvement with writing and the making of art by critically analysing different forms of writing used in support of their work as artists. Introduced and chaired by Paul Gladston, associate professor of Culture, Film and Media at the University of Nottingham and principal editor of the Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art.

Foucault, Subjectivity, and Truth

Date
12/11/2014
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Department of Culture, Film and Media: Visiting SpeakerProfessor Stuart Elden (University of Warwick)

Being Human Festival: Curb Your Enthusiasm - Sex, Censorship and Art

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18/11/2014
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Artist Dawn Woolley and philosopher Professor Stephen Mumford in conversation on the subject of censorship. Free admission.

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The Scope website is being redesigned. We hope to have the journal's full archives back online soon. Thanks for your patience. Meanwhile, if you seek a particular article or other content from a past issue, please email the co-editor, Mark Gallagher, and he will try to pass along a copy promptly.

 

 

 

 

Scope

Department of Culture Film and Media
University of Nottingham
NG7 2RD

Email: scope@nottingham.ac.uk