Projections is calling for expressions of interest from potential contributors to the Book Review section of the journal. Accepted contributions would be published in either issue 17.2 (summer 2023) or […]
Aaron Taylor is an Associate Professor in the Department of New Media at the University of Lethbridge, where he specializes in Film Studies. He is the editor of Theorizing Film Acting and the author of numerous essays on film acting, American cinema, and comic books. His research projects including an investigation of the psychology of acting for the camera, comics and the superhero film, and the teary-eyed cult reception of It's a Wonderful Life.
Greetings, Projections is in immediate need of a book reviewer for issue 15.1 (2021). The title in question is Complex Serial Drama and Multiplatform Television by Trisha Dunleavy (Routledge, 2019). […]
Instructor III – New Media/Digital Video 2-year term The University of Lethbridge’s Department of New Media invites applications for a two-year term appointment in new media/digital video at the rank […]
SCREENING CHARACTERS Editors: Johannes Riis (University of Copenhagen) Aaron Taylor (University of Lethbridge) Often the most immediate object of interest for audiences, characters frequently serve as the direct means by […]