VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture is excited to announce that its latest issue #19 on Smörgåsbord of European Televisionis now online.
This issue compiled a collection of articles representing a varied smörgåsbord of European television, covering television in Germany, Greece, Hungary, Malta, Russia, Spain, Sweden and Turkey.
You can find the table of contents below or go to the issue here >>
VIEW Journal also has an open Call for Papers for their upcoming special issue #22 on Television Satire in (Post)Socialist Europe
Find the full information here:
The deadline for abstracts is July 16, 2021
Co-edited by Mari Pajala, John Ellis
Smörgåsbord of European Television - Mari Pajala, John Ellis
Cartoon Animals vs. Actual Russians: Russian Television and the Dynamics of Global Cultural Exchange - Jeffrey Brassard
Mary Tudor – From the Page to the Screen: The Visual Transposition and Transformation of Queen Mary I of England in Carlos, Rey Emperador - Elizabeth Evenden-Kenyon
History in Motion: Using Broadcast Media Content in the Teaching and Learning of History – Some Educational Reflections. - Alexander Cutajar
GDR Cinema on Swedish Television: The Formation of Cultural Contacts and the Reception of East-German Narratives - Emil Stjernholm
The Suez Crisis of 1956 and 1957 in West German Television News - Sigrun Lehnert
The Process of Establishing the Hungarian Television: Resolution, Failure, New Resolution -Péter Rajcsányi
Tracing the Ephemeral: ‘Lesbian’ Characters in Greek Television Comedies - Spyridon Chairetis
Aesthetic Proximity’ and Transnational TV Series: Adapting Forbrydelsen in the Turkish Context - Ayşegül Kesirli Unur
“Everything is Connected”. Narratives of Temporal and Spatial Transgression in Dark - Anna Batori
VIEW is an open-access e-journal dedicated to sharing research on European Television History and Culture.
VIEW is supported by the EUscreen Network and published by the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in collaboration with Utrecht University, Royal Holloway University of London, and the University of Luxembourg.