We are looking for proposals for the second volume of Screening Sex: The Sex Scene. The Sex Scene: Representation, Performance, Aesthetics is the second of two volumes that will launch the Screening Sex book series with Edinburgh University Press. Please send a 250 word abstract plus short bio by Oct 31st 2022
Research Roundup 2021
A roundup of research by the members of our Screening Sex network, published in 2021. Share details of your publication here or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Alilunas, Peter (2021), The King is Dead, Long Live the Algorithm: MindGeek and the Digital Distribution of Adult Film, in Paul MacDonald, Courtney Brannon Donoghue and Timothy Havens (eds), Digital … Continue reading Research Roundup 2021
CFP – Screening Sex: The Sex Scene
Proposals are invited for contributions to an edited collection titled The Sex Scene, the first book to be published as part of Edinburgh University Press’s new “Screening Sex” book series.
Call for Contributions – Screening Sexual Violence
The BBFC are currently in the process of consulting with the public about film classification guidelines in order to review those previously published in 2014 and issue new guidelines in early 2019. In his keynote address at the annual 'How safe are our children?' NSPCC conference last week, BBFC director David Austin shared some initial results of the current consultation and suggested that the revised guidelines would likely become stricter in order to reflect the increased increased public concern about scenes of rape and sexual violence. We are seeking short (1000-2000 word) articles, interviews, discussions, video essays or other content that address the politics of sexual violence as it relates to the screen and screen cultures in the current climate.
Screening Sex is one year old!
Screening Sex published its first posts a year ago this month. We have been delighted with the response to our academic blog, which has attracted more than 30,000 visitors since we first launched, from more than 125 countries. Our network of writers and researchers in the area of sex on screen now stands at almost fifty in number and includes academics and creatives from across Europe, the US, Canada and Australia.