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Dr. J.A. (Jan) Teurlings

Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
Dep. Mediastudies
Fotograaf: onbekend

  • Turfdraagsterpad 9
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    1090 GN Amsterdam
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    Short Bio

    I studied mediastudies at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel where I graduated in 1997. At the same university I then started a PhD project on two Belgian dating shows, Blind Date and Streetmate. Combining Foucaultian analytics of power and Actor-Network Theory, I studied how participants in dating shows (and in television at large) are managed by the production team. Having finished the PhD in 2004, I then joined the Mediastudies Department at Amsterdam University, where I have been teaching mainly television-related courses.



    Having first been drawn to non-Marxist approaches to media (Foucault and Latour), I later turned to Marxist approaches to media (political economy, Italian autonomism). I am especially interested in the dramatic changes taking place in the mediaindustry, not only in economic terms but also in the effects this has for the culture at large.





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    • Teurlings, J. (2017). Society of the Spectacle. In P. Rössler (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Media Effects (Vol. 4). (The Wiley-Blackwell-ICA International Encyclopedias of Communication). Chichester: Wiley Blackwell. https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118783764.wbieme0104 [details]
    • Teurlings, J. (2017). What Critical Media Studies Should Not Take from Actor-Network Theory. In M. Spöhrer, & B. Ochsner (Eds.), Applying Actor-Network Theory in Media Studies (pp. 66-78). (Advances in media, entertainment, and the arts (AMEA) book series). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-5225-0616-4.ch005 [details]



    • Teurlings, J. (2013). From the society of the spectacle to the society of the machinery: mutations in popular culture 1960s-2000s. European Journal of Communication, 28(5), 514-526. https://doi.org/10.1177/0267323113494077 [details]
    • Teurlings, J. (2013). Unblackboxing production: what media studies can learn from actor-network theory. In M. de Valck, & J. Teurlings (Eds.), After the break: television theory today (pp. 101-116). (Televisual culture). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [details]
    • de Valck, M., & Teurlings, J. (2013). After the break: television theory today. In M. de Valck, & J. Teurlings (Eds.), After the break: television theory today (pp. 7-17). (Televisual culture). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [details]


    • Teurlings, J. (2012). Reality tv: democratisering van de mediaruimte door emancipatie van de televisiekijker? Tijdschrift voor Humanistiek, 13(48), 19-28. [details]


    • Teurlings, J. (2011). Van productie tot receptie: perspectiefwisselingen in televisiestudies. In J. Hermes, & M. Reesink (Eds.), Televisiestudies. - 2e [herz.] dr. (pp. 141-156). Den Haag: Boom Lemma uitgevers. [details]


    • Teurlings, J. (2010). After politics, what is left is the police: police videos and the neo-liberal order. In S. van Bauwel, & N. Carpentier (Eds.), Trans-reality television : the transgression of reality, genre, politics, and audience (pp. 149-162). Lanham: Lexington Books. [details]
    • Teurlings, J. (2010). Media literacy and the challenges of contemporary media culture: on savvy viewers and critical apathy. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 13(3), 359-373. https://doi.org/10.1177/1367549410363202 [details]


    • de Kloet, J., & Teurlings, J. (2008). Digital convergence ten years later: Broadcast Your Selves and web karaoke. In J. Kooijman, P. Pisters, & W. Strauven (Eds.), Mind the screen: media concepts according to Thomas Elsaesser (pp. 345-359). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [details]


    • de Valck, M., & Teurlings, J. (2013). After the break: television theory today. (Televisual culture). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [details]


    • Teurlings, J. (2011). Product integration in Mad Men: political economy, nostalgia and critique. In M. A. Pérez-Gómez (Ed.), Previously on: estudios interdisciplinarios sobre la ficción televisiva en la tercera edad de oro de la televisión = interdisciplinary studies on TV series in the third golden age of television (pp. 769-778). (Monográficos FRAME). Sevilla: Biblioteca de la Facultad de Comunicación de la Universidad de Sevilla. [details]







    • Teurlings, J. A. (2016). The transparency dispositif: Notes on the mediation of transparency. Paper presented at ASCA Annual Workshop 2016, Amsterdam, Netherlands.


    • Teurlings, J. (2013). The television studio as a peculiar panopticon: Reflections on studio space and its non-human actants. Paper presented at Spaces of Television: Production, Site and Style, .


    • Teurlings, J. A. (2012). Cultural studies after Populism. On the Commoning of Culture and the Contemporary Culture Industries. Paper presented at Crossroads 2012 Conference, Paris, .



    • Teurlings, J. A. (speaker) (11-6-2007). ''Policing the Population : neoliberal governmental models in police videos TV'', INTER : A European Cultural Studies Conference, Norrkoping.
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