Philipp Schwartz Research Fellow and expert on transnational Kurdish cinema.
Film scholar and expert in Turkish film history.
Film scholar at King's College London, expert on marginal and independent cinema, and curator of international film programs.
Junior professor for media, culture and communication as well as a member of the board of directors at the Brandenburg Center for Media Studies (ZeM).
Professor of Media Studies at the Philipps University of Marburg with teaching and research foci in history, theory and aesthetics of film.
Associate Professor for Film and Cultural Studies at the University of Leeds and Humboldt research fellow. His research interests include film and modernism, politics and representation, and film philosophy.
Research associate at the Berlin Center for Cold War Studies of the Leibniz Institute for Contemporary History with leading expertise in the field of pop culture and pop history.
Freelance essayist, critic and theorist on history, politics, and film. Writes and publishes extensively on Kracauer and Rancière, popular cinema and horror film.
Film scholar and expert of German film history. His research interests include film as political experience spaces, as well as German film as a whole.
Professor emerita for film studies, curator, and expert for early cinema from a sociological, philosophical, and political perspective
Expert on Migrant and Turkish-German cinema, memory studies, and sociology of emotions.
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