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ISSUE 28_Scattered Subalternities: Transnationalism, Globalization and Power

Edited by Ilaria A. De Pascalis, Judith Keilbach and Maria Francesca Piredda Who is the Subaltern in the current global frame? Has neoliberalism changed the experience of subalternity? How do subalterns write history and what kind of history is written about subalternity? Cinéma & Cie’s special issue addresses these and other questions through various theoretical […]

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ISSUE 26/27_Post-what? Post-when? Thinking Moving Images Beyond the Post-medium/Post-cinema Condition

Edited by Miriam De Rosa and Vinzenz Hediger If we live in a post-media and post-cinema condition, how much longer will it last, and how will it end? Picking up on the recent debate about post-media and post-cinema, this special issue of Cinéma&Cie addresses the question of temporality and periodization in media history and asks what exactly the ‘post’ in post-cinema means. […]

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ISSUE 25_Overlapping Images. Between Cinema and Photography

Edited by Luisella Farinotti, Barbara Grespi and Barbara Le Maître For a long time, comparisons of cinema and photography have been predominantly a question of contrast, both of their forms and their ways of seeing. This special issue of Cinéma&Cie reverses the perspective, by addressing some of the fundamental spaces of convergence and coexistence between […]

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ISSUE 24_Archives in Human Pain. Circulation, Persistence, Migration

Edited by Alice Cati and Vicente Sánchez-Biosca The images of atrocity, either analog or digital, are always the trace of an encounter between the gaze of a photographer or a cameraman and a human being suffering from the painful effects of man-made violence. The archive images resulting from such an encounter raise some inevitable questions: […]

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ISSUE 22/23_Neurofilmology. Audiovisual Studies and the Challenge of Neuroscience

Edited by Adriano D’Aloia and Ruggero Eugeni Over the last two decades, discoveries made in the field of cognitive neuroscience have begun to permeate the humanities and social sciences. In the context of this intersection, Neurofilmology is a research program that arises at the encounter between two models of viewer: the viewer-as-mind (deriving from a […]

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Issue 21_Regards croisés sur la société Pathé Frères

Edited by / Sous la direction de André Gaudreault, Laurent Le Forestier Ce numéro résulte d’un atelier de recherche sur les première années de la Compagnie générale de phonographes, cinématographes et appareils de précision (dite « Pathé Frères »), organisé par le GRAFICS (Groupe de recherche sur l’avènement et la formation des institutions cinématographique et scénique), à […]

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Issue 20_The Geopolitics of Cinema and the Study of Film / La géopolitique du cinéma et les études cinématographiques

Edited by / Sous la direction de Tim Bergfelder, Vinzenz Hediger, Francesco Pitassio Following the psychoanalytic and poststructuralist debates of the 1970s, and the New Film History of the 1980s and early 1990s, one of the key concerns in the study of film over the past fifteen years has been what one may call the geopolitical or the […]

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