News Montage, Découpage, Mise en Scène: Essays on Film Form Publication 25 February 2021 Frank Kessler wrote an essay on 'mise en scène' in the book 'Montage, Découpage, Mise en Scène: Essays on Film Form'. Britney Spears can never be freed Opinion 23 February 2021 The Britney Spears that features in our media and minds is a persona, a result of media representations and a product of the culture industry. Biopolitics, Necropolitics, Cosmopolitics: Feminist and Queer Interventions Publication 22 February 2021 A new edited collection by Christine Quinan and Kathrin Thiele, on the topic of biopolitics, necropolitics, and cosmopolitics, will come out next month. Diversity at the top: establishing a legal women’s quota News 8 February 2021 The Gender & Diversity Hub collaborates with other parties on the establishment of quota rules to enhance the number of women on corporate boards. The role of digital technologies in the lives of immigrants Background 2 November 2020 A look at how female migrant groups use digital technologies has underlined the complexities of migration and opened new opportunities for fostering greater empathy with migrants. The Divided States of America: Elections 2020 Background 2 November 2020 Koen Leurs and Dan Hassler-Forest answer questions and address topics concerning the US elections in a new series on the Utrecht University YouTube channel. Online threats to mayors investigated by Utrecht Data School News 5 October 2020 Mayors in the Netherlands are facing a growing number of threats, aggression and violence. Special Issue: Migration, Digital Media and Emotion Publication 22 September 2020 Recently a special issue was published of the International Journal of Cultural Studies, co-edited by Sandra Ponzanesi and Donya Alinejad. "It is in times of uncertainty that quality journalism has a role to play" Publication 11 September 2020 Following the outbreak of corona UNESCO called for a worldwide translation of their handbook "Journalism, 'Fake News' and Disinformation". Charlie Parker's life and music Background 31 August 2020 Emile Wennekes wrote a piece on Charlie Parker in honour of what would have been Parker's 100th birthday. Pagination Current page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9… Next page Last page RSS Stay up to date? Subscribe to HUMmagazine, the weekly newsletter of the Faculty of Humanities. Please send an email to email@example.com.