We’re kicking off this year’s annual conference of the Society for Cinema & Media Studies, which is being held in Seattle from March 13–17, 2019, with free online content offers from our media studies journals and the opportunity, for those attending the conference, to meet the journals’ editors in person.

Film Quarterly invites you to read the current Spring 2019 issue for free online for a limited time. For those in attendance at the conference, FQ invites you to stop by UC Press’s booth in the exhibit hall to meet the journal’s editors.

FQ‘s editors will be available in the booth at the following times:

B. Ruby Rich, Editor
Thursday, March 14, 2:00–3:15pm

Rebecca Prime, Associate Editor
Wednesday, March 13, 2:00–3:00pm

Marc Francis, Assistant Editor
Saturday, March 16, 4:00–5:00pm

Feminist Media Histories is celebrating #WomensHistoryMonth and #SCMS2019 by highlighting a series of articles examining histories of women’s engagement with diverse media outside the west. Each Tuesday and Thursday throughout the month of March one FMH article will be free to download for 48 hours. Preview what’s coming here and follow @FemMediaHist on Twitter and @FeministMediaHistories on Facebook to catch the free downloads.

FMH Editor Shelley Stamp will be available at the UC Press booth at the following time:

Friday, March 15, 10:00–11:00am

The winner of this year’s SCMS Women’s Caucus Graduate Student Writing Prize, which is co-sponsored by FMH, will be announced at the conference and those interested in submitting for the 2019 prize can pick up an application form at the UC Press booth and/or learn more here.

We wish you a productive #SCMS2019 and hope you will continue to follow our #SCMS2019 posts throughout the conference for for additional updates, guest-pieces from UC Press book authors, and more.