New Review of Film & Television Studies Special Issue: KATHRYN BIGELOW Inbox

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New Review of Film and Television Studies

Sep 8, 2021, 7:37:43 PM9/8/21
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Dear Console-ing Passions listserv subscribers:

It is our pleasure to announce the publication of Special Issue 19.3, “Kathryn Bigelow: A Visionary Director,” guest edited by Frances Pheasant-Kelly and featuring articles by Kirsten A. Adkins, Thomas Britt, Vincent M. Gaine, Benjamin Halligan, Deborah Jermyn, Carl Sweeney, and Christa Van Raalte.

See the Table of Contents for article abstracts and open access content, as well as new book reviews by Lisa Coulthard, Cortland Rankin, and Rose Steptoe:

Also enjoy the recent interview with Stacey Abbott, author of the 2020 BFI Film Classics volume on Bigelow’s Near Dark, conducted by Carl Sweeney and featured on the NRFTS blog:

Our latest contributions to the blog include these exciting features:

Jennifer Moorman’s interview with Heather Berg, author of Porn Work: Sex, Labor, and Late Capitalism (UNC Press, 2021):

Daniel Morgan & Kyle Stevens' dialogue on Morgan’s monograph The Lure of the Image: Epistemic Fantasies of the Moving Camera (UC Press, 2021):

Alyxandra Vesey’s commentary "Flipping Over High Fidelity":

Please bookmark our blog URL, and we welcome your pitches/proposals for contributions at

For latest news and promotions, please follow us on Twitter @NRFTSJournal and Instagram nrftsjournal. We welcome article submissions through our journal website, where guidelines for authors can be found.

Kind regards,

Maria San Filippo


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