This semester is starting to appear like a record season for student publications. After two of our PhDs, Adam Szymanski and Dru Jeffries, got published earlier this month, it is now the turn for three other students, Andre Dubois, Julien Lapointe and Zach Melzer, to be published.
Andre Dubois is currently reworking his paper “The Intersection and Contestation of Space & Identity in Sports Cinema”, which he presented during the Sociology and Anthropology Graduate Students Association (SAGSA) conference on March 15. This paper will be published in the introductory issue of the as-of-yet unnamed SAGSA journal. Look forward to reading this when this first issue of the journal becomes available shortly.
For the recently released The Legacies of Jean-Luc Godard, Julien Lapointe wrote a chapter called “Principles of Parametric Construction in Jean-Luc Godard’s Passion.” This book was edited by Douglas Morrey, Christina Stojanova, and Nicole Côté, and is available at Wilfred Laurier University Press.
Zach Melzer’s article “Spectroaming Instaticity: The Aesthetics of Digital-Out-of-Home Media In Highly Screened Environments “, for its part, has just been published in Écranosphère, an interdisciplinary scientific journal of screen studies. You can read the article directly on Écranosphère. This article is part of Zach’s larger research project, for which he also presented a paper at SCMS last week. If you missed this talk, because you couldn’t be present in Seattle, this article will probably interest you.
Once more, congratulations to Zach, Julien and Andy on getting published.