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Malte Hagener

Foto: Felicitas von Lutzau

Affiliation & Contact

Philipps University Marburg
Institute of Media Studies
E-Mail: hagener[at]uni-marburg.de

Research Areas

Film History, Film Theory, Media Studies, Media Education

Biography

Malte Hagener is a professor in media studies with a focus on the history, aesthetics and theory of film at Philipps University Marburg. He directs the DFG-funded project media/rep/ - an open access repository in media studies. He is a co-founder of  Necs – European Network for Cinema and Media Studies as well as member of the editorial board of the peer-reviewed OA-journal Necsus – European Journal of Media Studies.

Current Research

Distant Reading and Cultural Analytics - Film historical case studies on the examination of data-based cultural analysis

 

Network-related Publications (selection)

◦ „Cinephilia and Film Culture in the Age of Digital Networks”. In: Malte Hagener, Vinzenz Hediger, Alena Strohmaier (eds.): The State of Post-Cinema. Tracing the Moving Image in the Age of Digital Dissemination. London: Palgrave Macmillan 2016: 181-194.
„The Difficulty of the Plains. 6 Theses on Open Access”. In: Jeroen Sondervan (ed.): Open Access in Media Studies. [first published 23.1.2019]
◦ [with Vinzenz Hediger, Alena Strohmaier (eds.)]: The State of Post-Cinema. Tracing the Moving Image in the Age of Digital Dissemination. London: Palgrave Macmillan 2016. 233 p.
◦ [with Volker Pantenburg (eds.)]: Handbuch Filmanalyse. Wiesbaden: Springer 2019.
◦ [with Thomas Elsaesser]: Film Theory. An Introduction through the Senses. New York, London: Routledge 2010.

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