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NECSUS is an international, double-blind peer reviewed journal of media studies connected to NECS (European Network for Cinema and Media Studies) and published by Amsterdam University Press. The journal is multidisciplinary and strives to bring together the best work in the field of media studies across the humanities and social sciences. We aim to publish research that matters and that improves the understanding of media and culture inside and outside the academic community. Each volume includes feature articles, a special thematic section, a video essay section, and a reviews section that covers books, festivals, and exhibitions. NECSUS is targeted to a broad readership of researchers, lecturers, and students, and will be offered as a biannual open access, online journal.

The journal is published in Open Access, with the following Creative Commons copyright license: Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0).

Publisher: Amsterdam University Press

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Volume 3, Number 1, Spring 2014

Articles

Open Access Editorial Necsus
pp. 1-3(3)
Author: NECSUS, Editorial Board

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Features

Open Access Siegfried Kracauer’s affinities
pp. 5-20(16)
Author: Elsaesser, Thomas

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Open Access Mapping the rise of the iPhone: Between phones and mobile media
pp. 21-41(21)
Author: Verstraete, Ginette

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Open Access Representations of Madrid in the (post-)transition to democracy
pp. 43-68(26)
Author: Ortega, Vicente Rodriguez

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Special section: TRACES

Open Access The navigational gesture: Traces and tracings at the mobile touchscreen interface
pp. 111-128(18)
Authors: Verhoeff, Nanna; Cooley, Heidi Rae

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Open Access Webcams as cinematic medium: Creating chronotopes of the real
pp. 151-169(19)
Author: Albuquerque, Paula

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Open Access Assembling traces, or the conservation of net art
pp. 171-193(23)
Author: Dekker, Annet

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Open Access The Third Party Diary: Tracking the trackers on Dutch governmental websites
pp. 195-217(23)
Author: van der Velden, Lonneke

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Open Access Animated maps and the power of the trace
pp. 267-298(32)
Author: Fidotta, Giuseppe

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Book reviews - edited by Lavinia Brydon and Alena Strohmaier (NECS Publication Committee)

Open Access Globalisation and television formats
pp. 319-325(7)
Author: Kooijman, Jaap

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Open Access Soundscapes, sound clash
pp. 325-332(8)
Author: Johnston, Nessa

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Open Access Shadow economies and digital disruption
pp. 331-337(7)
Author: Baumann, Chris

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Open Access The cinema of Bela Tarr: The circle closes
pp. 337-344(8)
Author: Kiss, Miklós

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Open Access Impossible dreams: ‘Europe and Love in Cinema’
pp. 344-351(8)
Author: Handyside, Fiona

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Festival reviews - edited by Marijke de Valck and Skadi Loist (the Film Festival Research Network)

Open Access Oberhausen: An interview with Lars Henrik Gass
pp. 352-359(8)
Author: Camporesi, Enrico

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Open Access Brazil’s International Disability Film Festival Assim Vivemos
pp. 359-364(6)
Author: Gilbert, Ana Cristina Bohrer

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Open Access Initiating regional talents: 2013 Sarajevo Film Festival
pp. 371-377(7)
Authors: Velisavljević, Ivan

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Exhibition reviews

Open Access Fassbinder Frankfurt
pp. 384-390(7)
Author: Siewert, Senta

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Open Access The biennale as a device: 4th Athens Biennale
pp. 391-398(8)
Author: Fotiadi, Eva

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