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Wetenschap ontwikkelt zich waar verschillende vakgebieden samenkomen. Alleen al daarom bestaat er binnen de RUG een grote verscheidenheid aan vakgebieden, met daarbinnen een groot aantal vakspecialisten. Met behulp van onderstaand overzicht, gebaseerd op een vaststaande indeling van wetenschapsgebieden, vindt u op elk vakgebied de juiste deskundige. Komt de deskundige die u zoekt niet voor in deze lijst? Via een vergelijkbaar vakgebied of een gerelateerde faculteit vindt u mogelijk alsnog de juiste persoon.

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media studies, mediageschiedenis, media archeologie, digital history, digital humanities, digitale media, media technologieën, audiovisuele cultuur, alledaagse mediapraktijken (home movies, herinneringspraktijken) documentairetheorie en geschiedenis, filmgeschiedenis, beeldcultuur.
dr. S.I. (Susan) Aasman
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universitair hoofddocent mediastudies
Innovation Adoption, Value Appropriation, Digital Business Models, E-Commerce, Digital Transformation, Digital Innovations, Motion Picture Industry, Videogame Industry, Music Industry.
Specialised in Media and Cultural Studies, studying the representation of past events, participatory media, multi-platform storytelling, cultural memory and the re-use of archival footage, particularly for television, film and digital media. Organizing cooperation for European research and education, specifically regarding global citizenship and television’s history and future as a multi-platform storytelling practice. Digital Humanities experience includes (inter-)national projects on digitalized audio-visual heritage and cultural memory VideoActive and EUscreen, promoting the use of television content to explore Europe's rich and diverse cultural history. 2016-2017 Research Fellow at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision in Hilversum, studying audio-visual representations of historical news events in the context of DIVE+ and CLARIAH.
dr. B. (Berber) Hagedoorn
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Universitair Docent Media Studies
Film and Emotion
Film and Phenomenology
Audience/Reception Studies
Genre Studies
Film Aesthetics
dr. J. (Julian) Hanich
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Associate Professor of Film Studies (UHD)
Moderne Spaanse letterkunde, Mexicaanse en Chicano-cultuur. Eigentijdse film en theater
prof. dr. H.L.M. (Hub.) Hermans
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Hoogleraar Moderne Romaanse letterkunde en cultuurkunde, i.h.b. de Spaanse
* Narratieve en cognitieve filmtheorie
* Digital Film Forensics / (Videographische) Filmanalyse
 
* Complex cinema, puzzle films
dr. M. (Miklós) Kiss
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Universitair Docent in Film- en Mediastudies
Modern and Contemporary German and European Literature; Literary Theory
Visual Studies; Documentary Film; Film Theory
Sociology; Discourse Theory; Systems Theory
Self-Referentiality; Aesthetic Negativity
dr. F.J. (Florian) Lippert
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Universitair Docent (UD1), Deputy Chair European Culture and Literature
Pop Muziek
dr. K.A. (Kristin McGee) McGee
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Universitair Docent
Film, Literature, Journalism, Documentary Studies
Creative/Cultural Industries (Music Industry), Data and Society, Social Theory, Media and Power, Global Media (East Asia), 
R. Prey, PhD
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Assistant Professor
Film Techniques and Visual Communication; Creativity & Innovation in Audiovisual Medium; Visual Storytelling; Cinematography; Asian Cinemas particularly East and Southeast Asian Cinemas; Film History; Film and Sociology; American Television Fiction; Filmmaking 
A. (Ari) Purnama, MA
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Promovendus (AiO) Film en Visuele Communicatiewetenschap
Theories of International Relations, Visual Studies, Political Geography/Critical Geopolitics, Theories of Discourse, East Asian Studies
Memory Studies
Social and Alternative Media
Journalism Studies
American Studies
Cultural Theory
dr. P.H. (Rik) Smit
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Universitair Docent Media Studies
Steven Willemsen is a Lecturer in Film and Media Studies. His research interests lie in film theory, narratology, and cognitive approaches to the Arts and Humanities. He is author of Impossible Puzzle Films: A Cognitive Approach To Contemporary Complex Cinema  (with Dr. Miklós Kiss, Edingburgh University Press, 2017), co-editor of the book series  Sleutelteksten in Film- en Mediatheorie  ( Key Texts in Film and Media Theory), and has been a Visiting Research Scholar at the Research Centre for Literature & The Mind, University of California, Santa Barbara (2016-17). In 2018, he completed his doctoral thesis examining experiences of narrative complexity in film, blending narratological and embodied-cognitive perspectives.
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