New book project by Dina Iordanova: Change Management: Cinematic Narratives of Post-communism
Leshu Torchin is “Global Scholar and Core Member” in the Religion in Diaspora and Global Affairs Humanities Studio Lab “Humanitarian Ethics, Religious Affinities, and the Politics of Dissent.”
Cinema St Andrews is an archival research project that explores and promotes local film history.
This Leverhulme-funded research project investigates the major spheres of color expression in commercial and experimental motion pictures of the 1920s.
Dr Brian R. Jacobson is currently conducting research for a manuscript and articles about industrial film and photography.
Professor Robert Burgoyne is working on a book-length study of the body in the war film, tentatively titled “Somatic War.”
Dr Elisabetta Girelli is continuing her work on stardom. Her current project is a theoretically informed analysis of Rudolph Valentino’s erotic persona.
Leshu Torchin is currently working on a monograph exploring the role of documentary film in visualising economic rights and contributes to the reclamation of the commons– in theory and in politics
Dr Brian R. Jacobson is completing a book manuscript that examines the world’s first film studios and their place in the architectural and technological changes of urban industrial modernity
Dr Joshua Yumibe is researching a manuscript project, Strange Afterlives: The Creative Receptions of Film and Media.