Eva Hielscher, Dr.

Publications

  • Hielscher, Eva. Rewinding the City Symphony: Historiography, Visual Motifs and Structural Patterns of Interwar City Symphony Films. PhD Dissertation. Ghent: Ghent University, 2018.
  • Jacobs, Steven, Anthony Kinik, and Eva Hielscher, eds. The City Symphony Phenomenon: Cinema, Art, and Urban Modernity between the Wars. New York: Routledge, 2018.
  • Melgar, Liliana, Eva Hielscher, Marijn Koolen, Christian Olesen, Julia Noordegraaf, and Jaap Blom. “Film analysis as annotation: Exploring current tools and their affordances.” The Moving Image, Special Issue: Digital Humanities and/in Film Archives, no. 2 (2017): 40-70.
  • Hielscher, Eva and Steven Jacobs. “Other City Symphonies – 2/Altre Sinfonie della Città – 2.” In Le Giornate del Cinema Muto 35, 161-174. Pordenone: Le Giornate del Cinema Muto, 2016.
  • Koehler, Peter J., Bregt Lameris, and Eva Hielscher. “Neurocinematography in pre-World War II Netherlands: the Magnus-Rademaker collection.” Journal of the History of the Neurosciences, no. 25(1) (2016): 84-101.
  • Hielscher, Eva and Steven Jacobs. “Other City Symphonies/Altre Sinfonie della Città.” Le Giornate del Cinema Muto 34, 103-114. Pordenone: Le Giornate del Cinema Muto, 2015.
  • Hielscher, Eva. “Walter Ruttmann and the Cinema of Multiplicity: Avant-Garde – Advertising – Modernity.” Book Review. Historical Journal for Film, Radio and Television, no. 2 (2015): 375-378.
  • Hielscher, Eva. “Symphonic Rotterdam or the Flowing City. Von Barsy’s and Von Maydell’s The City that Never Rests.” Eselsohren. Journal of History of Art, Architecture and Urbanism 2, no. 1+2 (2014): 159-181.
  • Hielscher, Eva. “The Other City Symphony(ies): The City that Never Rests and the Multiple Cityscapes of Rotterdam.” Inter[Sections]: A Conference on Architecture, City and Cinema. Proceedings Book, edited by Luís Urbano, 135-149. Porto: AMDJAC, 2013.
  • Koehler, Peter J., Bregt Lameris, and Eva Hielscher. “Cinematografie van de Neurowetenschap in Nederland: De Magnus-Rademaker Collectie.” Studium, nr. 6.2 (2013): 113-122.
  • Hielscher, Eva and Peter Koehler. “Verloren gegaan maar toch nooit verloren geweest: De dubbele status van de Magnus-Rademaker Collectie.” Tijdschrift voor Mediageschiedenis, 16.1 (2013): 102-107.
  • Hielscher, Eva. “Amateur Film, Benjamin’s Aura and the Archive; or: The Archive as Amateur Film’s Age of technological Reproducibility.” In L’archivo/the archive. FilmForum 2011 XVIII International Film Studies Conference, edited by Alessandro Bordina, Sonia Campanini and Andrea Mariani, 149-161. Udine: University of Udine/Forum, 2012.

Conference Papers and Lectures

  • “Filmische Medialisierung des Urbanen in (Gross-)Stadtsinfonien – eine Neubetrachtung.” NCCR Mediality Colloquium, University of Zurich, April 2017.
  • “City Symphonies: Stedelijke Moderniteit, Film en Avant-Garde (1920-1940).” Cultuur van de Moderniteit I, Antwerp University, May and November 2016.
  • “New York, Cinema and the City Symphony.” Fundamenten van de Moderne en Actuele Beeldende Kunst I, Ghent University, October 2015.
  • “Heinrich Hauser’s Weltstadt in Flegeljahren – An Americanist City Symphony of Chicago.” SCMS Conference, Montreal, March 2015.
  • “Between conventional City Film, Propaganda and Masterpiece: Ruttmann's Düsseldorf.” Beyond Ruttmann and Vertov – Minor City Symphonies Symposium, Ghent University, December 2014.
  • “Urban Chameleon and Mid-Size City Symphony – Rotterdam and The City that Never Rests.” Beyond Ruttmann and Vertov – Minor City Symphonies Symposium, Ghent University, December 2014.
  • “In & Out of Film History, the Archive and the City Symphony Phenomenon: Hauser's Weltstadt in Flegeljahren.” Beyond Ruttmann and Vertov – Minor City Symphonies Symposium, Ghent University, December 2014.
  • “Golden Age and Silver Films: The City Symphony in Film History Writing and the Archive.” Golden Ages: Styles and Personalities, Genres and Histories. 2014 Film & History Conference, Madison, WI, November 2014.
  • “Cinemati-City: The City that Never Rests and Multiple City Symphony Versions.” Geographies of Co-Production, annual international conference of the Royal Geographical Society with IBG (panel “City and Cinema after Deleuze”), London, August 2014.
  • “City Symphony Historiography and the Archive: Myths, Versions/Restorations and the (Re‑)Presentation of the City.” IAMHIST Master Class Media and History, LUCA School of Arts, Brussels, January 2014.
  • “The other City Symphony(/ies): The City that Never Rests and the multiple Cityscapes of Rotterdam.” Inter[Sections]: A Conference on Architecture, City and Cinema, Porto School of Architecture, Porto, September 2013.
  • “Audiovisuele Archieven en Neurocinematografie: Beeld en Geluid en de Magnus-Rademaker Collectie.” Geschiedenis van de Cinematografie in de Neurowetenschappen, annual conference of the section history of the neurosciences, Nederlandse Vereniging voor Neurologie, Hilversum, November 2011.
  • “Amateur Film, Benjamin’s Aura and the Archive; or: The Archive as Amateur Film’s Age of Technological Reproducibility.” The Archive: Memory, Cinema, Video and the Image of the Present. XVIII International Film Studies Conference, Udine, April 2014.
  • “From A to A: The Five A’s of Amateur Film Preservation.” Group presentation together with Guy Edmonds, Simona Monizza, Bernhard André and Ruth Hinkel-Pevsner, Saving Private Reels, University College Cork, September 2010.