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Jono Van Belle

Position: Senior Lecturer, Postdoctoral Researcher School/office: School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences

Email: am9uby52YW4tYmVsbGU7b3J1LnNl

Phone: +46 19 301265

Room: F3235

About Jono Van Belle

Jono Van Belle is a postdoctoral researcher on the project Digiscreens and Senior Lecturer in the department of Media- and Communication Studies at the School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences. She earned her joint PhD in Communication and Cinema Studies at Ghent University and Stockholm University in 2019. 



Van Belle is currently working as a postdoc on the project Digiscreens, together with Prof. Dr. Maria Jansson. The project focuses on identity and democracy on digital film- and TV-platforms in Europe. The project investigates distribution, reception, and representation. 

Van Belle is also currently working on an anthology in cooperation with María Paz Peirano (Universidad de Chile, Chile) and Fernando Ramos Arenas (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spanien) on Ingmar Bergman from an audience perspective. 

Previously, Jono Van Belle has worked on the project Swedish Cinema and Everyday Life: A study of cinema-going in its peak and decline, headed by Åsa Jernudd.

Her research interests include: memory studies, audience reception studies, feminism, media policy, and emotions and affect.


Background and Community Outreach/Collaboration

Jono Van Belle has a technical background in film-making. She has worked as a television reporter for the nationally acclaimed television program Man Bijt Hond in Belgium, as an editor for news and sports at the Belgian public broadcaster VRT, and as producer Creative and Design at the transnational corporation Viacom (at MTV). Van Belle still cooperates regularly on short film projects as writer, director, and editor.

Van Belle is also an editorial board member at the academic journal Tijdschrift voor Skandinavistiek.


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Articles in journals

Articles, book reviews

Chapters in books

Conference papers

Doctoral theses, monographs