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Mapping the ill disciplined? Spatial analyses and historical change in the post-war film industry

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As part of a broad disciplinary shift, from a focus on measuring the value and meaning of cultural artefacts to understanding the import of cultural flows, humanities researchers are increasingly turning to other disciplines and disciplinary practices to inform their research. For film scholars, rather than providing a reading of specific media texts and their qualities there is an increasing focus on the contextual events that shape and formulate cinema practice. This chapter is an example of how cross-disciplinary relationships, for example between Cinema Studies, Geospatial Science, Statistics and the Creative Arts can uncover new research questions and test methodologies across uncharted disciplinary terrain. It also offers an opportunity to reflect on some of the key assumptions around collaborative research, through its reorganization of academic spaces and “sites” of knowledge.

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Chapter number

5

Pagination

106-129

ISBN-13

9780253010971

ISBN-10

0253010977

Language

eng

Grant ID

DP120101940

Publication classification

B1 Book chapter, B Book chapter

Copyright notice

2013, Indiana University Press

Extent

11

Editor/Contributor(s)

Hallam J, Roberts L

Publisher

Indiana University Press

Place of publication

Bloomington, Ind.

Title of book

Locating the moving image: new approaches to film and place

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