Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image

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Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image (ISSN 1647-8991) is an international peer-reviewed journal published online by the IFILNOVA - NOVA Institute of Philosophy.[1] The journal publishes scholarly articles that address film and the moving image (film, video, television, and new media) philosophically. Established in 2010 by the researchers Patrícia Silveirinha Castello Branco, Sérgio Dias Branco and Susana Viegas in response to the lack of substantial dialogue and exchange between disciplines (film studies and philosophy), and methodologies (analytic philosophy and continental philosophy), the journal gathers scholars and contributions from a wide range of schools of thought.

Cinema is covered by the following abstracting and indexing databases: Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Latindex (23308) and The Philosopher’s Index.

Editorial Advisory Board[edit]

The Editorial Advisory Board of the journal is composed by prestigious academics: D.N. Rodowick (University of Chicago), Francesco Casetti (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore/Yale University), Ismail Xavier (University of São Paulo), João Mário Grilo (NOVA), Laura U. Marks (Simon Fraser University), Murray Smith (University of Kent), Noël Carroll (CUNY), Patricia McCormack (Anglia Ruskin University), Raymond Bellour (CNRS/Sorbonne Nouvelle), Stephen Mulhall (University of Oxford) and Thomas E. Wartenberg (Mount Holyoke College).[2]

Published issues[edit]

After the first two issues of Cinema, published in 2010[3] and 2011,[4] all issues of the journal have been thematic:

  • 2012 - Cinema, 3, "Embodiment and the Body", edited by Patrícia Silveirinha Castello Branco[5]
  • 2013 - Cinema, 4, "Philosophy of Religion", edited by Sérgio Dias Branco[6]
  • 2014 - Cinema, 5, "Portuguese Cinema and Philosophy", edited by Patrícia Silveirinha Castello Branco and Susana Viegas[7]
  • 2014 - Cinema, 6, "Gilles Deleuze and Moving Images", edited by Susana Viegas[8]
  • 2015 - Cinema, 7, "PostHumanism. Human and Non-Human: Links, Continuum, Interplay", edited by Patrícia Silveirinha Castello Branco[9]
  • 2016 - Cinema, 8, "Marx’s Philosophy", edited by Michael Wayne (Brunel University London) and Sérgio Dias Branco[10]
  • 2017 - Cinema, 9, "Islam and Images", edited by Patrícia Castello Branco, Saeed Zeydabadi-Nejad (SOAS University of London), and Sérgio Dias Branco [announced]


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