editorial board dedicates Screening Noir to critical
and scholarly exchanges on all aspects of film, video, digital
and new information technologies. Specifically, the
journal focuses attention on these representational media
in terms of their relevance to and impact on African and African
diasporic culture. Screening Noir is a refereed journal,
reflecting the wide-ranging interests of the editorial collective
and contributors. The editors are interested in publishing
thoughtful writings pertaining to blacks and visual culture,
whether scholarly, popular, critical, comparative or celebratory.
Screening Noir is equally interested in African as
well as African diasporic visual culture productions. The
editors encourage you to write for Screening Noir.
Noir (ISSN 1557-3109) is published biannually through
the Center for Black Studies and the Department of Film Studies
at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and in cooperation
with the African, African American Caucus of the Society for
Cinema and Media Studies. Screening Noir is
funded in part by a grant from the College of Letters and
Science, University of California, Santa Barbara.