Filosofie doktor i filmvetenskap

Den 16. november 1996, Stockholms universitet, Filmvetenskap, ”Bildets oppløsning: Filmens bevegelse i historisk og teoretisk perspektiv"

Publikationer (i urval)

Lundemo, T. (2012) ”A Temporal Perspective; Jean Epstein’s Writings on Technology and Subjectivity”

Jean Epstein: Critical Essays and New Translations (ed. Sarah Keller, Jason Paul), Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Lundemo, T. (2012) ”Quoting Motion: The Frame, the Shot and Digital Video”, The Museum Without Walls: Film Studies and the History of Art (ed. Angela Dalle Vacche), London: Palgrave.

Lundemo, T. (2011), ”’The Archives of the Planet and Montage: The Movement of the Crowd and the Rhythm of Life’”, Between Stillness and Motion; Film, Photography, Algorithm, (ed. Eivind Røssaak), Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Ongoing research

His research is focused on issues of technology, time and media constellations in a historical and contemporary perspective. His project “Image Intersections”, funded by Vetenskapsrådet, Sweden, ended in 2008, and explored the connectivity between the moving image and other media at the archival constellation around 1900 and in the current process of digitization of sound, text and image. He is now affiliated with the research project ”Time, Memory and Representation” at Södertörns University College, Sweden and the project ”The Archive in Motion” at Oslo University. He has been a visiting professor and visiting scholar at the Seijo University of Tokyo for in all five semesters, in 2002, 2004, 2007, 2009 and 2011, researching the issues of a Japanese modernity in the Japanese cinema of the 1920s and 1930s. In 2012, he was also a visiting professor at Kobe College in Japan. He is on the steering committee of NECS, The Network for Film and Media Studies, and he is the co-editor of the book series Film Theory in Media History at Amsterdam University Press and on the editorial and advisory board on various journals (Cinema &Cie, Site, Journal of Art History).

He is currently engaged in theories of archival storage, retrieval and access, with a particular focus on media shifts and configurations, and the relationship of cinematic inscription and montage with the writing of history.


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