Transnational Cinema Research Group
The Transnational Cinema research group brings together School of Modern Languages and Cultures researchers and students interested in cinematic representation and peripherality, film theory and criticism, and the politics and ethics of cinema beyond and across national boundaries and international circuits. Attentive to film-historical and cultural analysis approaches to national, minority and diasporic cinemas, this research group addresses regional, postcolonial, diasporic, transnational and global cinematic productions as well as discipline- and archive-bound critical practices.
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