Notes on Contributors
Sarah Baker is lecturer in cultural sociology at Griffith University, Australia. She has previously held research fellowships at The Open University and University of Leeds, UK, and the University of South Australia. She is the author of Creative Labour: Media Work in Three Cultural Industries (with David Hesmondhalgh, 2010).
Martín Becerra is Professor at the Social Sciences Department, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes (UNQ, Argentina). He received his PhD from the Universitat Autònoma of Barcelona, where he studied communication policies. He is Associate Researcher at the CONICET (Argentina), where he teaches courses in Political Economy of Communications and Media History. Dr Becerra also teaches postgraduate courses at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata and the Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentine) and the Universidad Diego Portales (Chile). He has written books and articles on media policy.
Daniel Biltereyst is Professor in Film and Cultural Studies at the Department of Communication Science, Ghent University, Belgium, where he leads the Centre for Cinema and Media Studies. His research on film and screen culture as sites of public controversy has been published in many journals, readers, and collections. He is preparing a book on film censorship in Europe and with Richard Maltby and Philippe Meers, he is currently editing two books (The New Cinema History: Approaches and Case Studies, Wiley-Blackwell, 2010, and Cinema, Audiences and Modernity: European ...