This journal ceased publication with its last issue published in September 2020. The names of the past Editorial Board Members is below –

Editor: Dr Celia Lam

University of Nottingham Ningbo, China

Celia Lam is an Assistant Professor at the University of Nottingham Ningbo, China. She received a BMedia from the Macquarie University, Sydney and subsequently a PhD from the University of Sydney, Australia. Her research focuses on the cultural and aesthetic impact of digital technologies on media production and consumption, audience reception and fan studies. She also has an interest in mediated self-presentation. In 2012 she was awarded an Endeavour Award Post Doctoral Fellowship from the Australian Government to undertake research in Hong Kong. She is currently an Advisory Board Member for the Centre of Media and Celebrity Studies.

Associate Editor: Timothy W. Pollock

Osaka Kyoiku University & Hagoromo University of International Studies, Japan

Timothy W. Pollock currently lectures on film and visual culture at Osaka Kyoiku University and at Hagoromo University of International Studies, Japan. He received his BA in Religious Studies from the College of William & Mary, USA, and an MA in Applied Linguistics from Monash University, Australia. His research is focused on the development of standards and practices in classic Japanese cinema in general, and on the later films of Ozu Yasujiro in particular. He has also presented papers in subjects as diverse as education and ethics, all of which were structured around the idea of dramatic visual narratives. A long-time resident of Japan, he also worked as an assistant editor on the second edition of the Genius Japanese-English Dictionary.

Assistant Editor: Dr Ana Adi

Quadriga Hochschule Berlin

Dr Adi obtained her PhD from the University of the West of Scotland, UK having investigated from a framing perspective the discourses about China, the Olympics and human rights during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games of activist groups, Olympic organizers, international media and online public. Prior to her post at Quadriga University of Applied Sciences, Dr Adi has worked, lived and studied in the USA (with a Fulbright scholarship), Belgium, Bahrain, Thailand and the UK (and traveled far beyond). She is the Chair of the Digital Communication Awards in Berlin since 2015 and a member of the Institute for Public Relations Measurement Commission since 2018.

Nasya Bahfen

La Trobe University, Melbourne

Nasya is a former journalist whose research looks at the intersections of new media, sport and diversity. She runs the Masters in Journalism at Latrobe University where she is a researcher with the Centre for Sport and Social Impact. Nasya teaches journalism and sports journalism and is also the postgraduate research coordinator for media (looking after Masters by Research and PhD students in journalism and communications).

Her previous academic work includes how race is framed in Australian journalism through sport, interview choice among young journalism students covering diversity, the incorporation of social media in journalism education, and internet use by southeast Asian and Australian Muslim youth. Her recent co-authored book (on the back of an Australian Research Council grant) explores building resilience among Jewish, Muslim, and other culturally diverse groups targeted in cyber racism, while another recent project compared social media use among Muslim students in Melbourne and New York city where she was a visiting scholar with NYU’s Center for Religion and Media.

She has a PhD in the sociology of the media and worked as a reporter and producer for fifteen years at Australian public broadcasters SBS and ABC. Her writing and commentary on sport and diversity has been published in places such as Melbourne’s Age and New Daily newspapers, the Jakarta Globe, the Straits Times, and the Brunei Times. She’s also produced hour long radio documentaries for ABC Radio National and ABC Grandstand Digital.

Assistant Editor: Dr Alexander J. Klemm

King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand

Alexander J. Klemm is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Liberal Arts, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand. He earned a Licentiate Degree in English Studies and Film Studies from the University of Zurich, Switzerland, and a TESOL certificate from UC Berkeley Extension, USA. For his PhD in Media and Communications from the European Graduate School, Switzerland, he studied with renowned intellectuals and filmmakers, among them Jean Baudrillard, Jean-Luc Nancy, Judith Butler, Volker Schlöndorff, Agnès Varda, Claire Denis and Claude Lanzmann. Bangkok has been his permanent home since 2005 where he has taught Media Communications and Literary Studies at various universities. His early research engaged with German Cinema, Thai Cinema, Film Philosophy, Japanese Literature and English Literature, yet for some years now the representation of Thailand in western fiction films and documentaries has been his main area of academic interest and publication.

Editorial Board

H. Esra Arcan
Instanbul University, Turkey

Nazry Bahrawi
Singapore University of Design and Technology, Singapore

Vicki Callahan
USC School of Cinematic Arts, USA

Lucille Toth-Colombie
University of Southern California/EHESS, USA

Yann Descamps
Université Paris XII, France

Alastair Gornall
Singapore University of Design and Technology, Singapore

Anna Krakus
University of Southern California, USA

Eftihia Mihelakis
University of Montreal, Canada

Linda Mokdad
University of Iowa, USA

Panivong Norindr
University of Southern California, USA

Dahlia Petrus
University of Michigan, USA

Vincent Piturro
Metropolitan State University of Denver, USA

Nilanjan Raghunath
SUTD, Singapore

John David Rhodes
University of Sussex, UK

Olivier Roland
University of Southern California, USA

Ayako Saito
Meijigakuin University, Japan

Kevin Smets
University of Antwerp, Belgium

Chuan Yean Soon
Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia