Giuseppe Fidotta

Giuseppe Fidotta

Member, Formerly Organizing Member

Last Updated:

2019

Giuseppe  Fidotta is a PhD student in Film and Moving Image Studies at Concordia  University, Montreal. His key research areas are Italian media history,  visual culture, film geography, and political history. His work has been  published in journals such as NECSUS: European Journal of Media  Studies, Journal of Italian Cinema and Media Studies, Fata Morgana, and  Immagine. He also co-edited At the Borders of (Film) History.  Temporality, Archaeology, Theories (Forum, Udine 2015) and Introduzione  all'archeologia dei media (Meltemi, Rome 2017).

Giuseppe co-led the reading and research group Populist Media, Popular Culture, Political Theory, and he organized along Joaquín Serpe the 2017-2018 Seminar in Media and Political Theory: Populism.

PhD in Film and Moving Image Studies | Concordia University | Montreal - Canada | Started 2016

PhD in Film Studies | Università di Udine | Italy | 2016

MA in Film Studies | Università di Udine/Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3 | 2012

BA in Film Studies | Università di Bologna | Italy | 2009