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The first call for papers of SERIES includes a section devoted to cognitive approaches to TV Serial Narratives: We invite submissions for the first two issues of SERIES, a new international open access journal on TV serial narratives. The main … more . . .
Cognitivist. Historian. Gray. Anointed with “the power” by eminent continental philosopher Slavoj Zizek. Check it out. more . . .
EWR1-flyer The documentary film and television programmes analyzed in this book are cosmopolitan narratives in the sense that they deal with global challenges and try to develop narratives based on a reality that address us cognitively and emotionally as global … more . . .
Editing together extracts from the murder scene near the beginning of Mildred Pierce and its replay near the end demonstrates how cleverly the movie toys with viewers’ comprehension and recollection of the scene. more . . .
Dear SCSMI members, As some of you may know, several years ago we started a Scholarly Interest Group (SIG) for Cognitive/Analytic film studies at the Society of Cinema and Media Studies. The next annual conference of the Society is in … more . . .