Academic Background and Fields of Interest
Raya Morag is an Associate Professor of cinema studies at the Department of Communication and Journalism, the Hebrew University. Her research and publications deal with post-traumatic cinema and ethics; cinema, war, and masculinity; perpetrator trauma; documentary cinema; New German Cinema; Vietnam War Films; Israeli and Palestinian second Intifada cinema; and corporeal-feminist film critique.
Her current research projects focus on the perpetrator figure and societal trauma in cinema, and New Cambodian Cinema.
She is the author of:
Morag is a Guest Editor for Studies in Documentary Film’s special issue on Israeli Documentary Cinema (Volume 6, Issue 3, April 2012). Published by Intellect Books, the edition can be found at: http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-issue,id=2396/.
Her work has appeared in such journals as Cinema Journal, Camera Obscura, The Communication Review, Journal of Film & Video, International Journal of Communication, and Framework.
Morag writes a cinema column in Haaretz, Literature and Culture.
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