[Filmfestivalresearch] Call for pre-constituted panels NECS Paris
dina.iordanova at st-andrews.ac.uk
Tue Jan 3 13:12:26 CET 2017
Hi everybody, and a happy new year!
I thought to say that whilst I am not planning to organise a panel nor present a paper, I expect to be in Paris for the conference and would be happy to be involved in chair/discussant or some other capacity. Be in touch if interested☺
My friend and colleague Jean-Michel Frodon and I have proposed a workshop on CINEMAS OF PARIS, which will also involve the cultural sociologist Emmanuel Ethis and cinema programmers Emmanuel Papillon (Le Louxor) and Lorenzo Chammah (Christine 21).
Dina Iordanova FRSA
Professor of Global Cinema and Creative Cultures
Director, Institute for Global Cinema and Creative Cultures (IGCCC)
Publisher, St Andrews Film Studies
University of St Andrews, Scotland
On 03/01/2017 09:49, "Filmfestivalresearch on behalf of Valck, M. de (Marijke)" <filmfestivalresearch-bounces at listcultures.org on behalf of m.devalck at uu.nl> wrote:
Happy New Year to everyone!
This is a reminder that the deadline for submitting panels, papers and workshops for NECS Paris is January 31st. Traditionally, NECS has been the annual conference where a lot of us meet, and we would like to continue this good tradition in Paris (29 June - 1 July 2017).
Please feel free to use this mailing list to find colleagues for a joint submission.
A couple of points to keep in mind:
1) Conference participants may only serve in two capacities (e.g. present a paper and chair a panel)
2) You need to have payed your NECS membership fee BEFORE you can access the conference submission form.
3) This year's conference has a thematic focus on the relationships between media, bodies and senses. See the cfp
(https://necs.org/conference/callforpapers2017/cfp_necs2017/) for the complete list of topics.
4) Panels and papers are not limited to the conference's theme. Pre-constituted panels from work groups are specifically invited as well. If you are submitting a pre-constituted panel on a film festivals themed topic, drop me a line if you'd like to be sponsored by the NECS Film Festival Research work group. This symbolic sponsorship of themed panel enhances visibility in the packed programme.
Dr. Marijke de Valck | Associate Professor | Department of Media and Culture Studies | Utrecht University | Muntstraat 2a, 3512 EV Utrecht | The Netherlands | Room 1.09
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