IAMHIST Masterclass programme

4.00 – 6.15 pm (CET) via Zoom, Thursday 12 January 2023



4:00 – 4:05 pm  Opening Remarks: Tobias Hochscherf (Kiel University of Applied Sciences, Germany), Vice President of IAMHIST

4:05 – 4:15 pm  Round of Introduction: Where are you from? What are your research interests?

4:15 – 5:15 pm  Parallel Breakout Sessions

Session 1a, Chair: Llewella Chapman (UEA, UK)

  • Dyna Herlina Suwarto (Nottingham, UK): ‘Yogyakarta as Film Capital (1945-1949)’
  • Liesje Baltussen (Antwerp, Belgium): ‘Fugitive Cinema: Alternative Film Practices of an Antwerp-based Collective in the 1960s and 1970s’
  • Marnie Cannon (Texas A&M, USA): ‘Production Code in the 1950s and 1960s and the Punishment of Crimes’
  • McKayla Sluga (Michigan, USA): ‘Grassroots Modernism: Collective Film Education, Politics, and Aesthetics in New York City, 1920s-1930s’

Session 1b, Chair: Tobias Hochscherf (KUAS, Germany)

  • Kamalika Sanyal (Leuven, Belgium): ‘I färg! Introduction, Evolution and Acceptance of Photographic Colour Film in Sweden, 1933-1967’
  • Nelson Correia (Edinburgh, UK): ‘Film Bang: Communities of Practice, Cross-media Interconnections, and Sectoral Growth within Scotland’s Film and Television Industries’
  • Ipsita Sahu (Delhi, India): ‘Land, Biopolitics and the Indian Television Documentary of the 1970s’
  • Shu Wan (Buffalo, US) ‘Communists at the border, Visitors on the Icy Mountain’

5:15 – 5:20 pm  Coffee/Tea Break

5:20 – 6:00 pm Parallel Breakout Sessions

Session 2a, Chair: Ciara Chambers (U Cork, Ireland)

  • Cora Braun (Flensburg, Germany): ‘The Planetarium – Dispositifs through the ages’
  • Mashya Boon (Michigan, USA): ‘Continuous Life / Discontinuous Memory in The 6th Day’
  • Bjorn Gabriels (Antwerp and Namur, Belgium): ‘At the crossroads of great cultural currents. Constructing multiple identity discourses at the Festival Mondial du Film et des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, 1947’

Session 2b, Cynthia Miller (Emerson College, USA)

  • Daniela Doren-Santander (Santiago de Chile, Chile): ‘The possible individual in the illustrated public realm in Argentina, Chile and Peru: An exploratory study into letters published by the press during the independences (1808-1824)’
  • Davis Vallesi (York/Toronto, Canada): ‘Political Platforms: Debate and Democracy in Canada’
  • Harsha Man Maharjan (Martin Chautari, Nepal): ‘Cooperation in Digital Journalism: Construction of Online Newspapers in Nepal (1995-2003)’

6:00 – 6:15 pm  Concluding Remarks – What can IAMHIST do for you?


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