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Open Access in Media Studies
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Dr. Adelheid Heftberger 22h
Thank you for posting Lev! I am quite excited to see this happening...
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manovich Oct 20
First monograph in film studies about a single director that uses quantitative & data visualization methods: Adelheid Heftberger. Visualising Dziga Vertov's Work (Springer, Quantitative Methods in Humanities and Social Sciences series)
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Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture special issue CFP on media activism
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JCMS Dec 13
Replying to @ProjectMUSE
These articles will remain , so please circulate! For more information on the , read our introduction here: . Special thanks to and our JCMS Editorial Board for their assistance with this special issue.
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NECSUS_Journal Dec 13
From the new Autumn 2018 Features section: "Border crossings: Serial figures and the evolution of media" by and , translated by Read it here:
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JCMS Dec 13
This year, officially became : Journal of Cinema and Media Studies. To celebrate this new era in the journal's long history, we took a look back at some of our favorite articles from the past and made them for the future:
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NECSUS_Journal Dec 12
Now online: Our new Autumn 2018 journal issue, including a special article section on ! Find it here:
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Jaap Kooijman Dec 12
My article "Fierce, Fabulous, and In/Famous: Beyoncé as Black Diva" in Popular Music and Society has now been published online. Open access! Full special issue on will follow soon.
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View Journal Dec 12
The latest issue of Journal of Media Studies is now available online
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Open Access in Media Studies Dec 8
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Jeroen Sondervan Dec 7
On October 25 () , organized an event for the research community to discuss how to improve science. Video: "Harmonizing global policies: “Would you buy the world a drink?” cc:
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Catherine Grant Nov 22
AIFTV: a NEW open-access research website produced by Therese Davis, Romaine Moreton and Chris Healy for sharing knowledge, ideas and resources about Australian Indigenous film and television.
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View Journal Dec 4
Another addition to the family of journals! Check out the first issue of Research in Film and History Journal. Congrats to the team at on this wonderful publication!
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Jeroen Sondervan Dec 3
Call for papers : Structures and Voices: Storytelling in Post-Digital Times—The NECS 2019 Conference in Gdansk.
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MIT Libraries Dec 2
ICYMI: to launch print and book series <strong> Ideas with support from the :
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HuddersfieldUniPress Nov 28
University of Huddersfield Press first to launch with Janeway – a new open source publishing platform for open access research
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UB Marburg Nov 23
Es geht los - Workshop des Repositoriums für Medienwissenschaft media/rep/ Prof. Malte Hagener begrüßt die Teilnehmer
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Open Access in Media Studies Nov 21
What’s Plan S??? Learn the lingo with our glossary: Recently added:
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NECSUS_Journal Nov 19
You can now also follow on Instagram! Find our profile page here:
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Open Access in Media Studies Nov 18
Great interview of by : “How could we *not* make our content open access? We’re a non-profit journal and we publish in the public interest“
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