Annie Fee is part of the Media Aesthetics research group at the University of Oslo, Department of Media and Communication. During her four-year postdoctoral research fellowship she will explore the historical emergence of photogénie as a film-theoretic discourse in 1920s France. The project aims to reconstruct the complex set of circumstances out of which photogénie emerged and came to serve as a key tool in the conceptual apparatus of cinephilia.
Before joining IMK in August 2017, Annie Fee was a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow in the History Department at University College London. She holds a PhD in Comparative Literature, Cinema & Media from the University of Washington (2015). She also gained an MA in Cinema History from Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (2012), an MA in Comparative Literature from the University of Geneva (2008) and a BA in French Studies from the University of London, Institute in Paris (2006).
- HEFCE Urban Research Award in Innovation and Leadership (2016)
- British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship (2015-2017)
- Annette Kuhn Essay Award - Highly Commended (2015)
- Dean's Graduate Medal in the Humanities, University of Washington, College of Arts and Sciences (2015)
- Simpson Center Digital Humanities Commons Dissertation Fellowship (2014)
- Oxford Bibliographies Graduate Student Award (2014)
- Chester A. Fritz Fellowship (2014)
- Entente Cordiale Scholarship (2011)
- Cinémathèque Française Annual Research Fellowship (2011)
- Fee, Anna (2017). Les Midinettes Révolutionnaires: The Activist Cinema Girl in 1920s Montmartre. Feminist Media Histories. ISSN 2373-7492. 3(4), s 162- 194 . doi: 10.1525/fmh.2017.3.4.162 Full text in Research Archive.
- Fee, Annie (2017). Cinephiles, Children and Communists: Discourses and Practices of Cinema Education in 1920s Paris. Framework. ISSN 0306-7661. 58(1 & 2), s 38- 51 . doi: 48201-1309 Full text in Research Archive.
- Fee, Annie (2017). Cinephilia. Oxford Bibliographies Online. . doi: 10.1093/obo/9780199791286-0278
- Fee, Anna (2014). “‘Gaumont Offers “La Russie Rouge” and All Paris Takes Sides’: Working-Class Activism in Paris Cinemas, 1921–1922.”. Early Popular Visual Culture. ISSN 1746-0654. 12(2), s 238- 259 . doi: 10.1080/17460654.2014.923161 Full text in Research Archive.
- Fee, Annie (2017). “Aller au cinéma à Paris pendant les années 1920: Une approche spatiale de l’histoire des salles de cinema”.
- Fee, Annie (2017). “Silent Women: Pioneers of Cinema”. Early Popular Visual Culture. ISSN 1746-0654. 15(1), s 101- 104 . doi: 10.1080/17460654.2016.1270459
- Fee, Annie (2016). “Activism and Admiration: Mapping Working-Class Cinema Culture in 1920s Paris”.
- Fee, Annie (2016). “Give Me Shelter: Cinemas and Working-Class Life in Inter-war Paris”.
- Fee, Annie (2016). “The Local Cinema as Place Publique: The Working Class of Parisian Inter-war Cinemas”.
- Fee, Annie (2016). “Une approche cartographique à l’histoire des cinémas parisiens”.
- Fee, Annie (2016). “Une approche spatiale pour l’histoire du cinéma à Paris”.