About the “Ruptured Times” 2021 issue
This special issue on the theme “Ruptured Times” originates from a call for films in 2018. All published films have undergone a blind peer-review and were screened in the Annals section during Crosscuts Environmental Humanities Festival for Film & Text in 2019.
About the Annals of Crosscuts
Annals of Crosscuts – Films of Environmental Humanities is a peer-reviewed, international and open-access publication that advances creative, theoretical and engaged transmodal scholarship of the Environmental Humanities.
The publication publishes excellent and original film-based research where video, filmmaking and cinema practices lie at the core of practice. We welcome contributions from all walks of life, including the arts, sciences and humanities.
The international editorial group comprises of researchers, scholars and filmmakers interested and engaged in production of knowledge involving images, audio, editing, audience and viewing as complements to oral, number and text-based research.
Annals of Crosscuts is currently hosted by the KTH Environmental Humanities Laboratory and published in collaboration with the Zenodo Platform for Open Science, CERN funded by the European Commission. All publications receive a DOI and are indexed to appear in digital libraries and databases for access and citation. The publishing platform is open data and connects to scholarly aggregators via OpenAire, GitHub, Invenio and DataCite.
von Heland, Jacob, Bill Adams, Marco Armiero, Klara Björk, Kalle Boman, Andrés Castro-Henao, Sompot Chidgasornpongse, Miyase Christensen, Thomas Dark, Issraa El-Kogali, Henrik Ernstson, Alison Griffiths, Erik Isberg, Mike Jarmon, Wangui Kimari, Tara McPherson, Jakob Nilsson, Jan Olsson, Daniel Oxenhandler, Madina Tlostanova, and Jannike Åhlund. 2021. “Ruptured Times – Advances in Visual Environmental Humanities”, in Annals of Crosscuts: Films of Environmental Humanities 1 (1). CERN: Zenodo.
von Heland et al (eds.). 2021. “Ruptured Times – Advances in Visual Environmental Humanities”, in Annals of Crosscuts: Films of Environmental Humanities 1 (1). CERN: Zenodo.
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For questions contact editor Jacob von Heland.