Essays on Police and Policing in media - Abstract

The Black Lives Matter movement, the trial and conviction of Derek Chauvin, calls to defund the police, the prominence in the media of killer police such as Joseph James DeAngelo are recent manifestations of intense and even unprecedented levels of media attention on policing at interlocking points of race, inequality, social justice and political agendas. Equally, exciting cross-disciplinary engagement between fields of justice studies, criminology, cultural studies and popular culture are increasingly opening up. Police have been the inspiration for and focus of countless film and television stories, a long-standing dramatic strain that is a fictional backdrop to the intense recent public scrutiny, and at times rejection of policing.

A special collection of essays will be assembled that consider addressing the intersection of police and policing with film and television in the 21^st century. Possible areas include: Genre studies and the procedural, Representations of race, Real and fictional police, Reality television Televising trials, Police in pornographic films, Representations of police both historical and modern, Policing in dystopias, Moral and political authority.
Contributions related to the United States are especially welcomed.

By interest in contributing to this collection, you asked to submit an abstract of up to 250 words explaining the focus and approach your proposed essay. The proposed volume is intended to be scholarly and will be peer reviewed but accessible in tone and approach. Each final contribution should be around 6000 words.

Abstracts should be emailed to the adress under the attached Website-Link. For any questions concerning this call, also consider this E-Mail as your contact.

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The Black Lives Matter movement, the trial and conviction of Derek Chauvin, calls to defund the police, the prominence in the media of killer police such as Joseph James DeAngelo are recent manifestations of intense and even unprecedented levels of media attention on policing at interlocking points of race, inequality, social justice and political agendas. Equally, exciting cross-disciplinary engagement between fields of justice studies, criminology, cultural studies and popular culture are increasingly opening up. Police have been the inspiration for and focus of countless film and television stories, a long-standing dramatic strain that is a fictional backdrop to the intense recent public scrutiny, and at times rejection of policing.

A special collection of essays will be assembled that consider addressing the intersection of police and policing with film and television in the 21^st century. Possible areas include: Genre studies and the procedural, Representations of race, Real and fictional police, Reality television Televising trials, Police in pornographic films, Representations of police both historical and modern, Policing in dystopias, Moral and political authority.
Contributions related to the United States are especially welcomed.

By interest in contributing to this collection, you asked to submit an abstract of up to 250 words explaining the focus and approach your proposed essay. The proposed volume is intended to be scholarly and will be peer reviewed but accessible in tone and approach. Each final contribution should be around 6000 words.

Abstracts should be emailed to the adress under the attached Website-Link. For any questions concerning this call, also consider this E-Mail as your contact.



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    University of Southern Queensland
    Toowoomba Qld 4350
    Australien