Our Most Recent Publications

Arps, Arnoud. “Reizende beelden Indische home movies verschuiven van de familiekring naar de openbaarheid.”  Indische Letteren 30.4 (2015): 215-229. ​​

Arps, Arnoud. “Impliciete feiten en expliciete fantasiën? Java en het ideale Indië van Augusta de Wit.”  Indische Letteren 30.2 (2015): 120-133.

Arps, Arnoud. “‘Het land van droomen en dichten.’ Augusta de Wits feiten en fantasieën over Indië.”  Een tint van het Indische Oosten. Reizen in Insulinde 1800-1950. Eds. Rick Honings and Peter van Zonneveld. Hilversum: Uitgeverij Verloren, 2015. 131-140.

Creed, Barbara and Maarten Reesink, “Animals, Images, Anthropocentrism.NECSUS: European Journal of Media Studies 4.1 (2015).

Dasgupta, Sudeep. “Towards a Media Archeology of Inscription, Experience, and Temporality.” At the Borders of Film History: Temporalities, Archeologies, Theories. Ed. A. Beltrame, G. Fidotta, and A. Mariani. Film Forum: Udine (2015): 223-232.

Groot, Jorrit, Toni Pape and Chrys Vilvang. “Diagramming Double Vision.” Inflexions 8 (2015): 49-58.

Lindner, Christoph. “The Oblique Art of Shoes: Popular Culture, Aesthetic Pleasure, and the Humanities.” Journal for Cultural Research (2015): 1-15.

Pape, Toni, and Ilona Hongisto. “Unexpected Artivism: The Fabulatory Function in Kumaré.” Studies in Documentary Film 9.1 (2015): 69-83.

Van Dijck, Jose and Thomas Poell, “Higher Education in a Networked World: European Responses to American MOOCs.” International Journal of Communication 9 (2015): 2674-2692.

Van Dijck, Jose and Thomas Poell, “Social Media and Activist Communication.” The Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media. Ed. C. Atton. London: Routledge, 2015, pp. 527-537.

Birdsall, Carolyn. “Resounding City Films: Vertov, Ruttmann and Early Experiments with Documentary Sound Aesthetics.Music and Sound in Documentary Film. Ed. H. Rogers. New York: Routledge, 2014, pp. 20-40.

Birdsall, Carolyn. “Sound Aesthetics and the Global Imagination in German Media Culture around 1930.Sounds of Modern History: Auditory Cultures in 19th- and 20th-Century Europe. Ed. D. Morat. New York: Berghahn, 2014, pp. 256-277.

Pape, Toni, Noémie Solomon and Alanna Thain. “Welcome to This Situation: Tino Sehgal’s Impersonal Ethics.” Dance Research Journal 46.3 (2014): 89-100.

Stauff, Markus. “The Accountability of Performance in Media Sports: Slow-Motion Replay, the ‘Phantom Punch’, and the Mediated Body.Body Politics 2.3 (20014): 101-123.