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In Focus - Past Issues
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Articles from In Focus found in the Journal of Cinema and Media Studies (formerly Cinema Journal) are currently available full-text on this website dating back to Issue 47, No. 4 (2008). 

Click below to open PDF versions of past issues of In Focus found on this website.


59.1 Media Studies and the Internet at Fifty

59.2 Modes of Black Liquidity: Music Video as Black Art

59.3 Imagining Global Video: The Challenge of Netflix 


58.1 Why Adult Film History Matters

58.2 Film and Media Studies in the Anthropocene

58.3 What's So Funny about Comedy and Humor Studies?


Cinema Journal

48.1 Sound Studies

48.2 Digital Scholarship and Pedagogy

48.3 Moving Between Platforms

48.4 Feminism and Fandom

49.1 SCMS at Fifty

49.2 Cinephilia

49.3 China’s Rise

49.4 The French New Wave at 50

50.1 Non-Western Historiography A Polemic

50.2 Writing and Producing TV in the Post-Network Era

50.3 Comic Studies

50.4 Teaching TV in a Post-Network Era

51.1 The Long Shadows of 9/11: Science Fiction, Thrillers & the War on Terror

51.2 Screen Technologies

51.3 Performance

51.4 Right Wing Media

52.1 Middle Eastern Media

52.2 Scholarly Publishing

52.3 Media Industries Studies

52.4 New Voices

53.1 Gender and Labor in Recession-Era Media and Media Studies

53.2 Queer Approaches to Film, Television and Digital Media

53.3 Clueless

53.4 African American Caucus
54.1 Latin American Film Research in the Twenty-First Century

54.2 Studying African Cinema and Media Today

54.3 Feminism and Fandom Revisited
54.4 Analyzing Homeland
55.1 Gender Identity and the Superhero
55.2 Speed

55.3 Returning to the Red Room--Twin Peaks at Twenty-Five

55.4 Film and Media Studies and the State of Academic Publishing

56.1 Fifteen Years After 9/11

56.2 Watchmen

56.3 Asian American Film and Media

56.4 Videographic Criticism

57.1 Youth Culture

57.2 The “C” and “M”

57.3 David Bowie On-Screen

58.1 Decolonize Media: Tactics, Manifestos, Histories



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