The University of Miami is currently accepting submissions for its new peer reviewed online journal devoted to the study of short moving images. The journal has been created to construct a scholarly response to recent media developments in viral videos and forms of “remote controlled viewing.” The inaugural issue will be coming out on May 15th. Editors and associates of the journal include Dr. William Rothman, Dr. Christina Lane, and Dr. Sam Grogg.
We seek submissions on the following topics:
Readings of a single scene from a longer film.
We are inspired by articles written about pieces that are less than thirty minutes in length and that are no longer than 12 pages. We want the article form to reflect the shortened media form. Make your point quickly and clearly. The deadline for the next issue is May 1st, 2008. We accept submissions for other issues on a rolling basis. Please submit questions and articles to Nicole Richter: inshortjournal_at_gmail.com.
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