Concordia University

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Philipp Dominik Keidl

Part-time Professor, Cinema


Philipp Dominik Keidl is a PhD candidate in Film & Moving Image Studies at Concordia University in Montreal. His research examines the material culture of cinema and institutional and technological shifts in moving image archiving, preservation, and exhibition. His dissertation project Plastic Heritage: Fans and the Making of History examines historiography as fan practice, including case studies on publication projects, restoration tutorials, and fan-curated exhibitions. Philipp holds an MA in ‘Preservation and Presentation of the Moving Image’ from the University of Amsterdam, and previously worked at the Bundesarchiv-Filmarchiv and the Deutsche Kinemathek - Museum für Film und Fernsehen, both in Berlin, and the Deutsches Filmmuseum in Frankfurt/Main.


Teaching activities

FFAR 250: Readingthe Arts Across the Disciplines                                           08.2017–04.2016

Instructor: Dr. MJ Thompson and Dr. Tammer Elsheikh

Position: TutorialLeader                                                                                                                              

Facultyof Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal (Canada).


FMST 316: Film and Moving Image Cultures                                                     09.2016– 12.2017

Position: Instructor

Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University,Montreal (Canada).


FFAR 250:
Readingthe Arts Across the Disciplines                                            08.2015– 04.2016

Instructor: Dr. Tammer Elsheikh

Position: Tutorial Leader                                                                                                                               

Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal (Canada).


FMST 398/2A: Special Topics in Film Studies: Expanded Cinema                    09.2015 – 12.2015

Instructor: Dr. Randolph Jordan

Position: Teaching Assistant                                                                                                                              

Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal (Canada).


FFAR 250:
Reading the Arts Across the Disciplines                                             08.2014 – 04.2015

Instructor: Dr. MJ Thompson

Position: Tutorial Leader                                                                                                                                  

Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal (Canada).


FFAR 250: Visual And Performing Arts In The Canadian Context
                       09.2013 – 04.2014

Instructor: Dr. MJ Thompson

Position: Tutorial Leader                                                                                                                                          

Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal (Canada).


Publications

“Towards a Public Media Archaeology: Museums, Media and Historiography.” The Moving Image. Volume 17, Number 2 (Fall 2017)(forthcoming).

Bartolomé Herrera, Beatriz. and Philipp Dominik Keidl. “How Star Wars BecameMuseological: Transmedia Storytelling in the Exhibition Space.” Star Wars and the History of Transmedia Storytelling, edited by Sean A. Guynes and Dan Hassler-Forest. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press (forthcoming).

Keidl,Philipp Dominik, and Christian Gosvig Olesen (eds.). SYNOPTIQUE: An Online Journal of Film and Moving Image Studies.Volume 6, Number 1, Summer 2017, (Special edition on the institutional and intellectual history of moving image archiving university programs, in production). Web.

“Review: Edition Lamprecht and Fünfzig Jahre Österreichisches Filmmuseum.” SYNOPTIQUE: An Online Journal of Film and Moving Image Studies. Volume 4, Number 1,Summer 2015, pp. 200-205. Web.

“Review: Stardust Monuments: The Saving and Selling of Hollywood.” Film and History: AnInterdisciplinary Journal, Volume 45, Number 1, Summer 2015, pp. 104-106. Print.


Participation activities

Conferences, Guest Lectures, and Invited Presentations

Fan Studies Network 2017
Museum ‘Fanagement’: Star Wars Exhibitions, Fandom, and Transmedia Storytelling.
Paper written with Beatriz Bartolomé Herrera (Concordia University)


Cinema in the Eye of the Collector (05.06.2017)                                                        
University of Montreal
From Concept Art to Prototypes : Fans and Film Merchandise Historiography
.

FSAC 2017 (28.05.2017)                                                                                                         
Ryerson University, Toronto (Canada)

Beyond Mint Condition: Preserving and Restoring Fan Collections.

2016-2017 Film Studies Colloquium Series (17.03.2017)
Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema – Concordia University. Montreal (Canada)

From Collectors to Historians: Fans, Historiography, and Action Figures.

FMST 806: Media Matters: Material Cultures of the Moving Image (09.11.2016)             
Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal (Canada)
Conceptualizing and Writing your Doctoral Project
.

FFAR 250: Reading the Arts Across the Disciplines (30.08.2016)                                      
Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal (Canada)

How to Guide Students in Finding a Research Topic.

SCMS 2016 (31.03.2016)
Annual conference Society of Cinema and Media Studies, Atlanta (USA)

Fans, Museums, and the Material Culture of Cinema.

FMST 398 Expanded Cinema (11.11 2015)                                                                             
Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal (Canada)

Expanding Cinema: Film in the Museum.  
                                                                                 
SCMS 2015 (
27.03.2015)                                                                                                          
Annual conference Society of Cinema and Media Studies, Montreal (Canada)

Public Media Archaeology and the Production of Historical Knowledge in the Museum.                                                                  
Concordia International (03.11 2014)
Concordia University, Montreal (Canada)                                                                                  
Exhibiting Australian Screen Culture.

The Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky Institute for Studies in Canadian Art (16.10 2014)
Concordia University, Montreal (Canada)                                                                                  
Exhibiting Film Online.

FMST 316 Film and Moving Image Cultures (14.102014)                                                     
Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal (Canada)                                                
Film Archives and Preservation: Visions– Missions – Identities.

FMST 316 Film and Moving Image Cultures (07.10 2014)                                                    
Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal (Canada)                                                
Film Museums: Objects – Frameworks – Curators.

SCMS 2014  (07.10 2014)
Annual conference Society of Cinema and Media Studies, Seattle (USA)

One screen is not enough: Expanded cinema and museum pedagogy.                                                              
FMST 600 /3 Methods in Film Studies
(28.01.2013)                                                             
Faculty of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal (Canada)                                                
Film-related Objects as Evidence.

AMIA 2011 (19.11.2011)                                                                                                            
Annual Conference Association of Moving ImageArchivists, Austin (USA)

Film Museums and Film Education.

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