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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Nottingham Business Consultancy Challenge

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Gain experience in business with this opportunity to work on a consultancy project with a local SME over a four week period. Application deadline 28 Jan 2015.
Date:
09/01/2015

Research Excellence Framework

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Outstanding recognition for the School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies in the 2014 REF rankings
Date:
23/12/2014

2014 Tudou Video Festival

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The University of Nottingham has become the first western University to sign a partnership with China's online video giant, Youku Tudou, to support China's young filmmakers. In August 2014, staff in CLAS and the Institute for Screen Industries Research (ISIR) delivered a pioneering talent development challenge at one of the largest cultural events in China.
Date:
16/12/2014

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Popular Culture Lecture Series:"Do you like scary movies?": defining the anatomy of cinematic suspense and viewer anticipatory patterns.

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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