Legenda is pleased to welcome John David Rhodes as the new chair of the editorial board for Moving Image.

John David Rhodes is Reader in Film Studies and Visual Culture at the University of Cambridge, where he is Director of the Centre for Film and Screen and a fellow of Corpus Christi College. He taught at York and Sussex before moving to Cambridge. He has published widely on American and European cinema, experimental cinema, and on the subjects of place and architecture in cinema. His books include Spectacle of Property: The House in American Film (2017), Stupendous, Miserable City: Pasolini’s Rome (2011), a BFI Classics volume on Maya Deren’s Meshes of the Afternoon (first published in 2011 and released in a second, revised edition in 2020), as well as several edited volumes. He has held the Balsdon fellowship at the British School in Rome and the Tomàs Harris visiting professorship in the History of Art at UCL.

We are very grateful to Professor Emma Wilson, the founding general editor of the series, for all of her work. This changing of the guard, after many years of service, also sees two other lomg-serving committee members stepping down: Erica Carter and Robert Gordon. Our thanks go also to them. Their successors on the Moving Image committee will be anmounced shortly.

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