Aim & Scope:
Studies in Eastern European Cinema provides a platform for vigorous debate for the world-wide community of Eastern European film scholars. The scope of the journal covers the cinemas of Albania, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, just as well as cinemas of Czechoslovakia, East Germanyand Yugoslavia as now non-existent states with the veritable cinematic tradition.
In the years since the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the political changes of 1989/90, there has been a growing interest in the cinemas of the former countries of the Eastern Bloc. This increasing engagement with Eastern European cinema is demonstrated by the growth in titles published on East European film topics, the number of conferences devoted to this and related topics and courses taught at universities in the UK, North America and elsewhere. There is a growing community of scholars, including a number of students working for post-graduate qualifications, who are engaged with film but also other media, culture, art and politics from the region. A major spur to the expansion of this community is the, by now, almost standard use of English within the field, meaning that scholars in the East European countries themselves are also participating in the debates that have developed in recent years. Studies in Eastern European Cinema
offers this community a dynamic, innovative, peer-reviewed academic outlet for discursive focus, and is edited by a board of experienced, internationally recognised experts in the field.
All articles in Studies in Eastern European Cinema
undergo rigorous peer review, based on anonymised refereeing by two anonymous referees. Instructions for Authors can be found here.
Paul Coates, University of Western Ontario
Nevena Dakovic, University of Arts
Jana Dudkova, Slovak Academy of Sciences
Michael Goddard, Salford University
Gábor Gergely, Unversity of Manchester
Peter Hames, Staffordshire University
Petra Hanáková, Charles University
András Bálint Kovács, ELTE
Lars Kristensen, University of Skövde
Iwona Kurz, University of Warsaw
Eva Näripea, Estonian Academy of Arts
Catherine Portuges, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Christina Stojanova, University of Regina
Renata ?ukaityte, Lietuva, Vilnius Universitate
Hrvoje Turkovic, Academy of Drama