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Grazia Ingravalle (Editor), Rick Prelinger (Editor), Dimitrios Latsis (Editor)

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The continuous redefinition of the role and purview of a curator
of moving image media has been driven, in no small measure, by the
development of digital tools and networks. This issue will assemble
contributions from leading curators, archivists, academics and digital
humanists that have developed innovative platforms to disseminate the
work done in film collections while enabling scholars to have easier
access to tools for both research and pedagogy.


Original languageEnglish
JournalThe Moving Image
Issue number2
StateAccepted/In press - 15 Oct 2017

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