Monday, 11 January 2010

Tenth Anniversary SCOPE !! On Cultural Borrowings: Appropriation, Reworking, Transformation

Hooray! It's OUT. Film Studies For Free has been checking almost every day for a couple of months now because it knew that an amazing issue of Scope: an online journal of film and tv studies -- its TENTH anniversary issue -- was just about to be published. It's here now *Scope* # 15: an issue and  an e-book -- see the contents links below -- and contains some fantastic items of film and media studies. 

Congratulations to the whole editorial team at Scope, who do a fabulous job. These have been ten great years of remarkably high quality and FREELY ACCESSIBLE scholarly works. Thank you.

Cultural Borrowings: Appropriation, Reworking, Transformation
Edited by Iain Robert Smith
Acknowledgements Iain Robert Smith
Foreword: Scope's Tenth Anniversary  Mark Gallagher and Julian Stringer
Introduction Iain Robert Smith
Part I: Hollywood Cinema and Artistic Imitation
Part II: Found Footage and Remix Culture
Music Videos and Reused Footage Sérgio Dias Branco
Part III: Modes of Parody and Pastiche
Part IV: Transnational Screen Culture

1 comment:

Matthew Holtmeier said...

Thanks for posting this Catherine. This is really useful that they are offering this as an e-book. The e-book is very well formatted too - which will make it easy to read on an e-reader. Are you aware of any other journals offering issues as e-books?