Studies in Eastern European Cinema: a biannual Routledge peer-reviewed journal
Studies in Eastern European Cinema invites submissions of original scholarly articles relating to the cinemas of Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Bulgaria, Romania, the countries of the former Yugoslavia, Albania and Ukraine. The peer-reviewed journal provides a platform and forum for vigorous, high quality discussion, debate, correspondence and publication, edited by a board of experienced, internationally recognised experts in the field.
Please send ideas, abstracts and submissions to:
Professor Ewa Mazierska, Principal Editor: EHMazierska@uclan.ac.uk
Professor Elzbieta Ostrowska, Deputy Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Matilda Mroz, Associate Editor: email@example.com
Nebojsa Jovanovic, Associate Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
The current issue, a Special Issue on Dusan Makavejev (guest edited by Greg de Cuir) is now available online at: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/reec20/current#.U0QlgK1dXDF
Feature articles include:
From Bunuel to the Barbarogenius: Surrealist and avant-garde traditions in the films of Dusan Makavejev. Jonathan Owen.
Makavejev's uses of history in Innocence Unprotected, Sweet Movie, and Gorilla Bathers at Noon. Ewa Mazierska.
From a priest into a clown: Makavejev's critical transformation of Bergman. Katarina Mihailovic.
From switchboard operators to Coca-cola kids: transformations of the political left in the films of Dusan Makavejev. Vlastimir Sudar.
Tasting Colours in the Disregarded Films of Dusan Makavejev. Zdenko Mandusic.