Annals of Crosscuts
Annals of Crosscuts is a peer-reviewed publication for film-based research. The section is developed to support the use of film and cinema as integral practices in the environmental humanities. We welcome filmmakers in the arts, sciences and humanities that experiment with and see potential in using the moving image as a complement and/or challenge to text-based research. The aim is to support and develop transmodal scholarship.
The editors of the festival—and our peer-reviewers— will provide structured double blind reviews on accepted film submissions. Peer-review should here be seen, as in all peer-review, as a possibility of gaining reflection, feedback and engaged critique to which one can respond. Annals of Crosscuts aims to further develop and legitimate the use of film as part of research, and build around it a community of peers.
To read more, see Annals of Crosscuts webpage here.
The Annals of Crosscuts editors and reviewers are international scholars and filmmakers from film and cinema studies, political philosophy, artistic practice, environmental history, postcolonial studies, human geography, cultural studies, design and literature.
Miyase Christensen, Stockholm University, Sweden
Marco Armiero, KTH, Sweden
Henrik Ernstson, University of Manchester, UK
Kalle Boman, Forum för Visuell Praktik, Sweden
Erik Isberg, KTH, Sweden
Jannike Åhlund, Bergmancenter Sweden
Issraa El-Kogali, Artist, Sweden
Jan Olsson, Stockholm University, Sweden
Wangui Kimari, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Tara McPherson, University of Southern California, USA
Alison Griffiths, City University of New York, USA
Jakob Nilsson, Örebro University, Sweden
Sompot Chidgasornpongse, Kick the Machine, Thailand
Klara Björk, Valand Academy, Gothenburg University, Sweden
Andrés Castro-Henao, University of Massachusetts, USA
Thomas Dark, University of Manchester Press, UK
Madina Tlostanova, Linköping University, Sweden
Bill Adams, University of Cambridge, UK
Daniel Oxenhandler, CPH:DOX Academy, Denmark
Mike Jarmon, Linköping University, Sweden
Categories: Film Project