Source: Studies in Hispanic Cinemas (new title: Studies in Spanish & Latin American Cinemas), Volume 1, Number 1, March 2004 , pp. 3-4(2)
Abstract:The purpose of the journal is to foster and publish high quality research into a range of areas. These include: film as text and representation, film history (in the widest sense of technological innovation in relation to film style, institutional change and unexplored cinemas), film genre, modes of production and reception (audience studies in relation to the wider social context in which Hispanic Cinemas are consumed), star and performance studies, film theory, alternative/avant garde forms as well as regional and local film practices. We are also keen to encourage work in areas we feel are somewhat underrepresented in the field such as early film history (1896–1920s), documentary, cinema and urban studies as well as the relations between film and television, new forms of spectatorship and developing media technologies.
Document Type: Editorial
Publication date: March 1, 2004
- In 2013, Studies in Hispanic Cinemas, is changing its name to Studies in Spanish & Latin American Cinemas to reflect more accurately its content, which is dedicated to the study of Spanish-speaking and Latin American cinemas, including the cinemas of Spain and Spanish-speaking South, Central and North America including the Caribbean, as well as Brazil.
Our target readership includes students, teachers and scholars. The journal is written in English to maximize the opportunities for contact between academic disciplines such as Media, Film Studies, Latin American and Post-colonial Studies, as well as Hispanic Studies, thereby encouraging an inter- cultural and inter- disciplinary focus.
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