CineWorlding: scenes of cinematic research-creation
cine-ethnomusicology, digital media
Using cine-ethnomusicology as a focus, Cineworlding introduces readers to ways of thinking eco-cinematically. Screens are omnipresent, we carry digital cinema production equipment in our pockets, but this screen-based technological revolution has barely impacted social science scholarship. Mixing existential phenomenological fiction about social science digital cinema research practice followed by theoretical reflection and discussion of methods, this book has emerged from a decade-long inquiry into cineworlding and a desire to help others produce digital media to engage creatively with the digital networks that surround us.
MacDonald, M. B. (2023). CineWorlding: scenes of cinematic research-creation. Bloomsbury Academic, New York.
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