7-8 July 2016
Oxford Brookes University
In recent years studies of audiences and reception in the Italian context have flourished, both in relation to cinema (see Fanchi 2014; Casetti and Fanchi 2006; Fanchi and Mosconi 2002; Treveri Gennari, Hipkins and O’Rawe 2011) and television and new media (see Barra 2015; Scaglioni 2013; Penati 2013). This work situates itself in the broader context of analyses of the empirical spectator in Anglo-American film history (see Allen 2006, 2007, 2011; Biltereyst, Maltby, and Meers 2012; Maltby 2011). The conference aimed to bring together for the first time scholars working on spectators and audiences of Italian film, television, and new media. The programme included contributions in the following areas:
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Venue and Travel
The conference was held in the School of Arts, Headington Hill Hall, which is located in Oxford Brookes University’s Headington Hill Campus. Click here for directions and travel information.
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