Amsterdam University Press
Film Theory in Media History
Ingrid Bergman, Stromboli, 1949. (Federico Patellani)
Series editors

Vinzenz Hediger, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Weihong Bao, University of California, Berkeley United States
Trond Lundemo, Stockholm University, Sweden

Geographical Scope
North America; Europe
Chronological Scope
20th and 21st centuries
Editorial Board

Dudley Andrew, Yale University, United States
Raymond Bellour, CNRS Paris, France
Chris Berry, King's College London, United Kingdom
Francesco Casetti, Yale University, New Haven, United States
Thomas Elsaesser, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Jane Gaines, Columbia University, United States
André Gaudreault, University of Montréal, Canada
Gertrud Koch, Free University of Berlin, Germany
John MacKay, Yale University, United States
Markus Nornes, University of Michigan, United States
Patricia Pisters, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Leonardo Quaresima, University of Udine, Italy
David Rodowick, University of Chicago, United States
Philip Rosen, Brown University, United States
Petr Szczepanik, Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic
Brian Winston, Lincoln University, United Kingdom

Keywords
Media History; Translations
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Film Theory in Media History

Film Theory in Media History explores the epistemological and theoretical foundations of the study of film through texts by classical authors as well as anthologies and monographs on key issues and developments in film theory.

Adopting a historical perspective, but with a firm eye to the further development of the field, the series provides a platform for ground-breaking new research into film theory and media history and features high-profile editorial projects that offer resources for teaching and scholarship. Combining the book form with open access online publishing the series reaches the broadest possible audience of scholars, students, and other readers with a passion for film and theory.

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