Welcome to the University of Illinois Press’s virtual exhibit for the 2021 Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference! We hope you’ll step inside our virtual booth and browse new books, journal articles, author interviews, and more. If you buy 3 books, you’ll get a free copy of the Journal of Film and Video, Fall 2021 issue! Be sure to use promo code SCMS21 for 50% off all of our cinema and media studies books March 5-through March 21, 2021!
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Submissions to the Journal of Film and Video (JFV) are accepted on an ongoing basis. They should be submitted electronically through the JFV online manuscript submission system. This secure, personalized resource will allow you to track your manuscript through each step of the
review and acceptance process.
The Journal of Film and Video focuses on scholarship in the fields of film and video production, history, theory, criticism, and aesthetics. It is receptive to articles of 12-35 typewritten pages about film and related media, problems of education in these fields, and the function of film and video in society. For more information on the submission guidelines, please visit the following link:
Music and the Moving Image explores the relationship between music and the entire universe of moving images (film, television, music videos, computer games, performance art, and web-based media) through articles, reviews and interviews.
Submissions to Music and the Moving Image are accepted on an ongoing basis, electronically as email attachments, or CD-ROMs. Submissions are reviewed anonymously; thus, author name and contact information should appear in a separate file and not in the manuscript itself.
The journal will be pleased to consider submissions consisting of edited interviews, provided such submissions are properly documented and include contextual introductions. Authors are encouraged to approach the editors about interviews before conducting them. For more information on submission guidelines, visit the following link:
Submit files to:
Prof. Ronald H. Sadoff
New York University
Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions
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Daniel Nasset is the new editor-in-chief at the University of Illinois Press. Danny came to Illinois as an assistant acquisitions editor in 2009, becoming an acquisitions editor in 2011 and a senior acquisitions editor in 2016. Danny has distinguished himself with his acquisitions in history, sports, American studies, communication and media studies!
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- Q&A with Hannah Durkin on Josephine Baker and Katherine Dunham: Dances in Literature and Cinema
- BBC Article featuring Hannah Durkin on Discovery of The Last Slave Trade Survivor
- The Red and the Black: American Film Noir in the 1950s by Robert Miklitsch
- Q&A with Richard Porton, Author of Film and the Anarchist Imagination, Expanded Second Edition
- Q&A with Susan Potter Queer Timing: The Emergence of Lesbian Sexuality in Early Cinema
- Interview with Jonathan Rosenbaum on RogerEbert.com
- Cinematic Encounters: Interviews and Dialogues by Jonathan Rosenbaum
- Q&A with Simidele Dosekun on Fashioning Postfeminism
- Making Photography Matter: A Viewer’s History from the Civil War to the Great Depression by Cara A. Finnegan
- Q&A with Amanda Frisken on Graphic News
- The Europeanization of Cinema: Interzones and Imaginative Communities by Randall Halle
- Q&A with Jasmine Mitchell on Imagining the Mulatta
- Kimberly D. McKee and Denise A. Delgado on “How to Retain Women of Color and Indigenous Women Grad Students” from Inside Higher Ed
- Disrupting Kinship: Transnational Politics of Korean Adoption in the United States by Kimberly D. McKee
- “The pumpkin spice craze matters, even if it doesn’t last” by Devon Powers
- “Why we are obsessed with forecasting and futurism” by Devon Powers in the Washington Post
- Q&A with Joshua Lund, Author of Werner Herzog