Federico Pagello

Federico Pagello is Lecturer in Film and Media Studies at D’Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara. He received his PhD from the University of Bologna, and has worked as a post-doctoral fellow at the Universities of Bologna, Limoges and Belfast (Queen’s). His research deals with the history and theory of film and popular media, with a focus on the transnational and transmedia circulation of serial narratives. He has published two monographs (Grattacieli e superuomini. L’immagine della metropoli tra cinema e fumetto, Le Mani 2010; Quentin Tarantino and Film Theory: Aesthetic and Dialectics in Late Postmodernity, Palgrave Macmillan 2020), as well as a number of articles and book chapters included in international peer-review journals and edited collections.

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Recent articles

Anima Loci Laura Phillips

In the 17th century, an underground cave was discovered in the depths of the Bristol area. Today, the entrance to the cave, Pen Park Hole, lies adjacent to a housing estate in the northern suburb, Southmead. The site above had plans for residential housing but permission was denied when the… Read more »

Anima Loci Raz Talhar

How do cities rise from the sea? Land reclamation is the process of creating new habitable territory in areas normally submerged by water. Malaysian photographer, Raz Talhar, witnessed the process as it occurred in the Straits of Johor, capturing the morphological transformation of the landscape, from the emergence of sand… Read more »

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Antigoni Geronta Anima Loci

In the fishing village of Afurada de Baixo, Portugal, the architectural façade speaks of everyday affairs and circumstances without needing to utter them. In this article, researcher Antigoni Geronta outlines the results of her five-year field research in the village, where thresholds, windows, curtains and tiles give visual clues about… Read more »

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