Even today there are people who think these harmless little books are dangerous: An interview with David Bordwell

by Malte Hagener Following the conversation with Richard Dyer featured in the Spring 2016 issue of NECSUS, we continue our series of interviews with key figures in the field of media studies... Read more →

Open Access in Media Studies

The website Open Access in Media Studies is now online. It is maintained and curated by Jeroen Sondervan in collaboration with the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS). The... Read more →

Forms of binding: On data and not ‘fitting in’

by Anirban Gupta-Nigam Saddleworth Moor On 26 January 2016 The Guardian reported the following: ‘[a] man who died on a remote hillside may have been making a pilgrimage to the scene of pla... Read more →

NECSUS Spring 2017_‘True’ — call for submissions

In contemporary media environments, it is hard to tell what is true and what is not. A considerable amount of the ‘news’ that social media feeds us on a daily basis is either straightfor... Read more →

Dyer in conversation

On 13 April 2016 at King’s College London, Catherine Grant and Jaap Kooijman will have a conversation with celebrated cinema and media studies scholar Richard Dyer, author of Stars (19... Read more →

National Deleuze Conference 2016, Machinic Ecologies

The Annual National Deleuze Scholarship Conference (19-20 May 2016) is a conference intended to bring together scholars, students, activists, artists, and others working on the philosophy of... Read more →

SCMS prize for Central/East/South European cinema and media studies

The Central/East/South European Cinemas Scholarly Interest Group within the Society for Cinema & Media Studies (SCMS) announces the second annual prize for an outstanding published es... Read more →

New special issue of [in]Transition

The new special issue of [in]Transition features five videos that emerged from the June 2015 workshop Scholarship in Sound & Image, hosted at Middlebury College. The workshop brought 14... Read more →

A theoretical approach to vintage: From oenology to media

by Katharina Niemeyer Research on vintage as both a term and a concept and its historical emergence in the field of fashion and flea markets in Europe and the United States is already well-e... Read more →

Editorial Necsus

Vintage is everywhere. Ranging from vintage design to vintage cloths and vintage media, in our contemporary culture ‘the old rebranded as new’ and ‘the new rebranded as old’ are a st... Read more →