Thursday, 14 January 2016

Interplay: Audiovisual Or Videographic Film Studies Research Publications by Catherine Grant, 2012-2015

Last updated with new publications on January 27, 2016

As I head off to give yet another presentation on audiovisual forms of film studies research, I realised that as well as making around 130 videos since 2009—many of them public here—I have also published quite a lot on these topics, and to date all of those publications are online.

So, below, I have pasted in the full list of those published reflections with clickable links to them, to accompany my latest published video essay, which just appeared in the most recent issue of the wonderful journal Lola

Thanks so much to all those fellow film scholars who nurtured, edited, reviewed and published the below essays of mine.


PUBLICATIONS BY CATHERINE GRANT ON AUDIOVISUAL OR VIDEOGRAPHIC FILM STUDIES RESEARCH 2012-2015/16

  1. Film and Moving Image Studies Re-Born Digital?’ Some Participant Observations’, Frames, 1, 2012. Online at: http://framescinemajournal.com/article/re-born-digital
  2. Bonus Tracks: The making of ‘Touching the film object’ and ‘Skipping ROPE (through Hitchcock’s joins)Frames, 1, 2012. Online at: http://framescinemajournal.com/article/bonus-tracks
  3. Déjà-Viewing? Videographic Experiments in Intertextual Film Studies’, Mediascape: Journal of Cinema and Media, Winter 2013. Online at: http://www.tft.ucla.edu/mediascape/Winter2013_DejaViewing.html 
  4.  The Audiovisual Essay: My Favorite Things’, [in]Transition: Journal of Videographic Film and Moving Image Studies - a Cinema Journal/MediaCommons Collaboration, 1.3. September 2014 on The Audiovisual Essay: Practice and Theory. Online at: http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/intransition/2014/08/26/audiovisual-essay-my-favorite-things
  5. How long is a piece of string? On the Practice, Scope and Value of Videographic Film Studies and Criticism’, The Audiovisual Essay: Practice and Theory of Videographic Film and Moving Image Studies, September, 2014. Online at: http://reframe.sussex.ac.uk/audiovisualessay/frankfurt-papers/catherine-grant/
  6. (with Christian Keathley), ‘The Use of an Illusion: Childhood cinephilia, object relations, and videographic film studies’, Photogénie, 0, June 2014. Co-authored introduction/individually authored texts and videos. Online at:  http://www.photogenie.be/photogenie_blog/article/use-illusion
  7.  The Shudder of a Cinephiliac Idea? Videographic Film Studies Practice as Material Thinking’, ANIKI: Portuguese Journal of the Moving Image, 1.1, 2014, Online at: http://aim.org.pt/ojs/index.php/revista/article/view/59/html
  8. The Marriages of Laurel Dallas. Or, The Maternal Melodrama of the Unknown Feminist Film Spectator’, Mediascape: UCLA’s Journal of Cinema and Media Studies, Fall 2014. [Video and text]. ISSN 1558478X Online at: http://www.tft.ucla.edu/mediascape/Fall2014_MarriagesMelodrama.html
  9. The Remix That Knew Too Much? On Rebecca, Retrospectatorship and the Making of Rites of Passage’, The Cine-Files: A Scholarly Journal of Cinema Studies, Fall 2014. [Video and text]. ISSN 2156-9096. Online at: http://www.thecine-files.com/grant/
  10. Film studies in the groove? Rhythmising perception in Carnal Locomotive’ [video and text], NECSUS: European Journal of Media Studies, Spring 2015.  Online at: http://www.necsus-ejms.org/film-studies-in-the-groove-rhythmising-perception-in-carnal-locomotive/
  11. TURNING UP THE VOLUME? The Emergent Focus on Film Sound, Music and Listening in Audiovisual Essays, The Cine-Files: A Scholarly Journal of Cinema Studies (Spring 2015) 8. Special issue on Film Sound. Online at: http://www.thecine-files.com/turning-up-the-volume/  
  12. ‘INTERPLAY: (Re)Finding and (Re)Framing Cinematic Experience, Film Space, and the Child’s World’ [Video and Text], LOLA Journal, 6, 2015. Online at:  http://www.lolajournal.com/6/interplay.html
  13. NEWLY ADDED: 'Beyond tautology? Audiovisual Film Criticism' [video and text], Film Criticism, Vol. 40, No.1, 2016. Online at: http://hdl.handle.net/2027/spo.13761232.0040.113

Translations:


Into Spanish: 
(with Christian Keathley), ‘El uso de una ilusión: Cinefilia infantil, relaciones de objeto y estudios videográficos sobre cine’, Transit. Cine y otros desvíos, September 9, 2014. Translation by Cristina Álvarez López of ‘The Use of an Illusion: Childhood cinephilia, object relations, and videographic film studies’, Photogénie, 0, June 2014). Online at: http://cinentransit.com/cinefilia-infantil-relaciones-de-objeto-y-estudios-videograficos-sobre-cine/.
‘Las bodas de Laurel Dallas. O el melodrama materno de una espectadora feminista desconocida’, Transit. Cine y otros desvíos, January, 2015. Online at: http://cinentransit.com/las-bodas-de-laurel-dallas/. Translation by Cristina Alvarez López of the peer-reviewed video and article: Grant, C., ‘The Marriages of Laurel Dallas. Or, The Maternal Melodrama of the Unknown Feminist Film Spectator’, Mediascape: UCLA’s Journal of Cinema and Media Studies, Fall 2014. [Video and text]. ISSN 1558478X Online at: http://www.tft.ucla.edu/mediascape/Fall2014_MarriagesMelodrama.html
Into Italian:
Deja-viewing. FilmIdee (6) 2013. Italian translation of Grant, C., Deja viewing?: videographic experiments in intertextual film studies. Mediascape : UCLA's Journal of Cinema and Media Studies, Winter 2013. Online at: http://www.filmidee.it/archive/35/article/435/article.aspx

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