Global Storytelling, vol. 1, no. 1

Journal of Digital and Moving Images

Paperback : 9781607857488, 198 pages, 39 black-and-white illustrations, 8.5 x 11, August 2021
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In this issue

Letter from the Editor Ying Zhu Hong Kong and Social Movements

Hong Kong Unraveled: Social Media and the 2019 Protest Movement

Unleashing the Sounds of Silence: Hong Kong’s Story in Troubled Times
Andrea Riemenschnitter

Tragedy of Errors at Warp Speed
Sam Ho

Imagining a City-Based Democracy: Review of The Appearing Demos: Hong Kong During and After the Umbrella Movement by Laikwan Pang, University of Michigan Press, 2020
Enoch Tam

Building and Documenting National and Transnational Cinema

China and the Film Festival
Richard Peña

Nationalism from Below: State Failures, Nollywood, and Nigerian Pidgin Jonathan Haynes Collective Memory and the Rhetorical Power of the Historical Fiction Film
Carl Plantinga

From Nations to Worlds: Chris Marker’s Si j’avais quatre dromadaires
Michael Walsh

Sino-US Relations

American Factory and the Difficulties of Documenting Neoliberalism
Peter Hitchcock

R.I.P. Soft Power: China’s Story Meets the Reset Button: Review of Soft Power with Chinese Characteristics: China’s Campaign for Hearts and Minds edited by Kingsley Edney, Stanley Rosen, and Ying Zhu, Routledge, 2019
Robert A. Kapp

The Narrative of Virus

Review: On Epidemics, Epidemiology, and Global Storytelling
Carlos Rojas