Mette Mortensen – University of Copenhagen

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Mette Mortensen

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Mortensen, M. (2015). Journalism and Eyewitness Images: Digital Media, Participation, and Conflict. London; New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Mortensen, M. (2012). Kampen om ansigtet: Fotografi og identifikation. København: Museum Tusculanum.

Mortensen, M. & Redvall, E. N. (2012). Film and Media Production: Creativity, Convergence and CollaborationNorthern Lights: Film and Media Studies Yearbook, vol. 10. Bristol: Intellect Ltd.

Jerslev, A., Mortensen, M. & Petersen, L. N. (eds.) (2011). Challenging Genre: Genre Challenges. New media, new boundaries, new formationsMedieKultur, vol. 27, no. 51.

Contribution to journal/magazine

Kristensen, N. N. & Mortensen, M. (2014). "Non-professional Visuals Framing the News Coverage of the Death of Muammar Gaddafi". In D. Resflund Christensen & K. Sandvik (eds) Mediating and Remediating Death. Ashgate.

Mortensen, M. (2014). "Eyewitness Images as a Genre of Crisis Reporting". In A. Stuart & E. Thorsen (eds) Citizen Journalism: Global Perspectives, vol. 2. Peter Lang.

Mortensen, M. & Jerslev, A. (2013). "Paparazzi Photography, Seriality and the Digital Photo Archive". In J. Larsen & M. Sandbye (eds) Digital Snaps: The New Face of Photography. I.B. Tauris.

Mortensen, M. & Kristensen, N.N. (2013), "Amateur Sources Breaking the News, Meta Sources Authorizing the News of Gaddafi's Death: New Patterns of Journalistic Information Gathering and Dissemination in the Digital Age". Digital Journalism, vol 1, no. 3, pp. 352-367.

Mortensen, M. & Jerslev, A. (2013). "Taking the Extra out of Extraordinary: Paparazzi photography as a celebrity news genre on the internet". International Journal of Cultural Studies, pp. 1-18.

Mortensen, M. (2012). “Metacoverage taking the place of coverage: WikiLeaks as a source for the production of news in the digital age”. Northern Lights Yearbook of Film and Media Studies, vol. 10, pp. 91-106.

Mortensen, M. & Redvall, E. N. (2012). “Introduction: Film and media production: Creativity, convergence and collaboration”. Northern Lights Yearbook of Film and Media Studies, vol. 10, pp. 3-8.

Mortensen, M. (2011). “When Citizen Photojournalism Sets the News Agenda: Neda Agha Soltan as a Web 2.0 Icon of Post-Election Unrest in Iran”. Global Media and Communication, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 4-16.

Jerslev, A., Mortensen, M. & Petersen, L. N. (2011). “Introduction. Challenging Genre – Genre Challenges: New media, new boundaries, new formations”. MedieKultur, vol. 27, no. 51, pp. 1-7.

Contribution to book/anthology/collection/report

Mortensen, M. & Wolthers, L. (2013). “The Danish History of Photography 1939-1969”. In V. Macek & T. Friedrich (eds.) The European History of Photography. Bratislava: Fotofo.

Mortensen, M. (2013). “War”. In P. D. Simonson, J. Peck, J. P. Jackson & R. T. Craig (eds.) Handbook of Communication History. London; New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Mortensen, M. (2013). “The Making and Remakings of an American Icon.: Flag Raising of Iwo Jima from Photojournalism to Global, Digital Media”. In R. Schubart (ed.) Eastwood's Iwo Jima: A Critical Engagement with Flags of our Fathers & Letters from Iwo Jima. New York: Columbia University Press.

Mortensen, M. (2013). “A Borderline Case: Facial Politics in Kjartan Slettemark’s The Passport (1974)”. In T. Ørum, M. Ping Huang, B. Hjartarson & H. van den Berg (eds.) The Cultural History of the Nordic Avant-Garde. New York; Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Mortensen, M. (2012). “When Citizen Photojournalism Sets the News Agenda: Neda Agha Soltan as a Web 2.0 Icon of Post-Election Unrest in Iran”. In M. Wall (ed.) Citizen Journalism: Valuable, Useless or Dangerous. New York: Idebate Press.

Mortensen, M. (2011). “The History of Danish Photography 1900-1938”. In V. Macek (ed.) The European History of Photography in the 20th Century. Bratislava: Fotofo, pp. 156-174.

Mortensen, M. (2011). “The Eyewitness in the Age of Digital Transformation”. In M. Pantti & K. Andén-Papadopoulos (eds.) Amateur Images and Global News. London; Chicago: Intellect Ltd., pp. 61-76.