Publikationer

  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2016). Culture War: Affective Cultural Politics, Tepid Nationalism and Art Activism. Bristol og Chicago: Intellect Press. (Forthcoming)
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2016). “Den affektive intensivering af Danmark: Grænsekontrollen på Facebook”, Passage (76), pp. 93-114.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2016) “The nature of seduction in Benedikt Erlingsson’s Of Horses and Men, Lola.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. and Carsten Stage (2016). “New Media Crowds and the Participatory Politics of Trolling in Innocence of Muslims and Happy British Muslims”, Henrik Kaare Nielsen et al. (red.) The Democratic Public Sphere. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2015). “From Artwork to Net-work: Affective Effects of Political Art” Carsten Stage og Britta Timm Knudsen (red.), Affective Methodologies: Developing Cultural Research Strategies for the Study of Affect. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2015). “Unruly artivism and the participatory documentary ecology of The Act of Killing”, Studies in Documentary Film, 9(1), 10-27, doi:10.1080/17503280.2014.1002248
  • Kara, Selmin og Camilla M. Reestorff (2015). “Introduction: Unruly documentary artivism”, Studies in Documentary Film, 9(1), 1-9, doi:10.1080/17503280.2014.1002665
  • Fabian, Louise, Jonas Fritsch og Camilla M. Reestorff (2015). “Mediatized Cultural Activism”, Conjunctions: Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation, 2(1).
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2015). “Mediatized Activism: A Conversation about Greenpeace, Lego and Shell”, Conjunctions: Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2015). “Mediatizing Shame: Posthumanitarianism and Participatory Development Ethics in Radi-Aid’s Activist Awareness Campaigns”, Conjunctions: Transdisciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation, 2(1).
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2014). “Mediatised affective activism. The activist imaginary and the topless body in the Femen Movement”, Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 20, 478-495, doi: 10.1177/1354856514541358
  • Reestorff, Camilla M., Louise Fabian, Jonas Fritsch, Carsten Stage og Jan L. Stephensen (2014). “Conjunctions: Introducing Cultural Participation as a Transdisciplinary Project” Conjunctions. Transdiciplinary Journal of Cultural Participation, 1(1), 1-20. http://www.conjunctions-tjcp.com/article/view/18601
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2014). “Generation etik og den litterære deltagelseskultur”, Littuna. http://www.littuna.nu/generation-etik/
  • Jacobsen, Louise B., Henrik S. Nielsen, Stefan Kjerkegaard, Rikke A. Kraglund, Camilla M.
Reestorff og Carsten Stage (2013). Fiktionalitet. Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur.
  • Nørgaard, Julie og Camilla M. Reestorff (2013). “Kierkegaard, antifilosofi og global 
migration i Gør Danmark dansk”, Passage: Tidskrift for litteratur og kritik, 28(70), 119-132.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2013). “Buying Blood Diamonds and Altering Global Capitalism”, 
Journal of Aesthetic and Culture, 5, doi: 10.3402/jac.v5i0.22667
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2012). “Afsøgningen af stats- og identitetsgrænser og de uvurderlige nederlag: Das Beckwerk – Beyond Identity”, Peripeti.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M., Carsten Stage, Bodil Marie S. Thomsen and Kristin Ørjasæter (2011). “Introduction”, Bodil Marie Stavning Thomsen og Kristin Ørjasæter (red.). 
Globalizing Art: Negotiating Place, Identity and Nation in Contemporary Nordic Art.
Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2011). “Band Attack – Deterritorializing Political Borders”, Bodil 
Marie Stavning Thomsen og Kristin Ørjasæter (red.). Globalizing Art: Negotiating Place, Identity and Nation in Contemporary Nordic Art. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. og Carsten Stage (2011). “Canons and Cartoons: On National 
Identity, Strategies of Reterritorialization and the Role of Universality in the Danish Cartoon Initiative and Canon Pojects”, Jakob Ladegaard og Mads Anders Baggesgaard (red.). Confronting Universalities. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.
  • Alber, Jan, Stefan Iversen, Louise B. Jacobsen, Rikke A. Kraglund, Henrik S. Nielsen og Camilla M. Reestorff (red.) (2011). Why Study Literature? Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.
  • Alber, Jan, Stefan Iversen, Louise B. Jacobsen, Rikke A. Kraglund, Henrik S. Nielsen og Camilla M. Reestorff (2011). “Introduction”, Alber, Jan, Stefan Iversen, Louise B. Jacobsen, Rikke A. Kraglund, Henrik S. Nielsen og Camilla M. Reestorff (red.) Why Study Literature? Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2011). “Rebranding Denmark: Premediating the Nation-State” Antithesis, 21.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2010). “Hornsleth Arms Investment Corporation: Signaturen og den globale kapitalisme”, Kulturo 30(16).
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2007). Kulturpolitiske kanonkugler: Kulturkanonen og kulturens nationalstatslige forankring. K & K: kultur og klasse: kritik og kulturanalyse, 104 nr. 35(2), 86-109.
  • Reestorff, Camilla M. and Pernille Steffensen (2007). The schizophrenic narration. In Ero Tarasti, Paul Forsell and Richard Littlefield (Eds.). Communication: Understanding/Misunderstanding. Proceedings of the 9th Congress of IASS/ASS. III. P-Z.

     

    Formidlingsartikler og anmeldelser

    • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2014). Generation etik og den litterære deltagelseskultur. Littuna. http://www.littuna.nu/generation-etik/
    • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2012). Afsøgningen af stats- og identitetsgrænser og de uvurderlige nederlag: Anmeldelse af Das Beckwerk – Beyond Identity. Peripeti
    • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2009). Hvad fanden skal den hund her – i sammenbruddets tjeneste. K & K: kultur og klasse: kritik og kulturanalyse, 107(1), 163-174
    • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2008). I am gathering the band/We are ready to attack now. Standart, 22(4), 25
    • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2006). Per Højholts Turbo. Litteratursiden.dk
    • Reestorff, Camilla M. (2006). Villy Sørensens Formynderfortællinger. Litteratursiden.dk
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