Dagmar Brunow

Senior lecturer
Department of Film and Literature Faculty of Arts and Humanities
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Research

Dagmar's research centres on cultural memory, documentary filmmaking, the essay film, experimental and avant-garde filmmaking and video. 
Her current research project on film archives and diversity "The Cultural Heritage of moving images" (2016-2018) has been financed by the Swedish Research Council (Vetenskapsrådet).

Dagmar's book Remediating Transcultural Memory: Documentary Filmmaking as Archival Intervention (de Gruyter, 2015) is a contribution to the emerging field of media memory studies, offering new takes on concepts such as transculturality, remediation and the archive. She is the editor of  Stuart Hall. Aktivismus, Pop & Politik (Ventil Verlag, 2015), and co-editor of Queer Cinema, the first German-language volume on queer cinema studies (Ventil Verlag, 2018, with Simon Dickel). Together with Ingrid Stigsdotter she edited the special issue "Scandinavian cinema culture and archival practices: Collecting, curating and accessing moving image histories" of the Journal of Scandinavian Cinema (2017).

Dagmar is the founder and leader of the workgroup "Media and Cultural Memory" within NECS – European Network for Cinema and Media Studies. She is also a founding member of filmvet.se, the Swedish national association of film studies, now a part of NECS, as well as a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Scandinavian Cinema (intellect).

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