Meet our new researcher: Dr Stefanie Van de Peer
NVIC welcomes Dr. Stefanie Van de Peer of Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh as a guest researcher.
Dr Stefanie Van de Peer is Reader in Film & Media at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh. She specialises in the role of women on the screen and behind the camera in world cinema, with a particular interest in Southwest Asian and North African film cultures. She’s concerned with values like solidarity and sustainability in heritage and how these can be translated across screens. At NVIC, she is spending time delving deeper into the meaning and legacy of women's absences and presences in Egypt's film archives, with a particular focus on feminist filmmaking from the 1970s. She has published several books and articles on the topics of women in world cinemas, animation and documentary filmmaking.
To know more about our research program please visit this webpage.