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Late Postmodernism, Nicholas Brown 2020 University of Illinois in Chicago

Late Postmodernism, Nicholas Brown

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

No abstract provided.


Sedimented Forms: Coming Back To Autonomy, Marina Vishmidt 2020 Goldsmiths, University of London

Sedimented Forms: Coming Back To Autonomy, Marina Vishmidt

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

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The Minimal Politics Of Autonomy, Myka Tucker-Abramson 2020 University of Warwick

The Minimal Politics Of Autonomy, Myka Tucker-Abramson

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

No abstract provided.


Immanuel Kant’S Manifesto For Dad Rock, Christian Thorne 2020 Williams College

Immanuel Kant’S Manifesto For Dad Rock, Christian Thorne

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

No abstract provided.


Genre’S Autonomy, Autonomy’S Genre, Tim Lanzendörfer 2020 Goethe University, Frankfurt

Genre’S Autonomy, Autonomy’S Genre, Tim Lanzendörfer

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

No abstract provided.


Admiring Autonomy, Fabio Akcelrud Durão 2020 State University of Campinas (Unicamp)

Admiring Autonomy, Fabio Akcelrud Durão

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

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When ‘Interplay Is The Content Of The Work’—A Response To Nicholas Brown’S Autonomy, Elise Archias 2020 University of Illinois in Chicago

When ‘Interplay Is The Content Of The Work’—A Response To Nicholas Brown’S Autonomy, Elise Archias

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

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Aesthetics Today, Fredric Jameson 2020 Duke Univeristy

Aesthetics Today, Fredric Jameson

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

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Mapping Flat, Deep, And Slow: On The 'Spirit Of Place' In New Cinema History, Jeffrey Klenotic 2020 University of New Hampshire - Manchester

Mapping Flat, Deep, And Slow: On The 'Spirit Of Place' In New Cinema History, Jeffrey Klenotic

Faculty Publications

This essay engages in a creative, heuristic, and reflexive consideration of the ‘localities’ of cinema audiences by exploring New Cinema History as a place. New Cinema History is conceptualised as a place continually produced in and through its interactions with the heterogeneous multiplicities of situated audiences and experiences of cinema that form the topoi of its landscape of inquiry. In reflecting on how this placialised landscape has been and might be represented, I argue that New Cinema History’s ‘spirit of place’ is most productive when rendered within a ‘splatial’ framework that draws upon practices of flat, deep, and slow ...


The Rise Of The Bentley And Broad War Boys: Converting Nascent Automotive And Computer Technologies Into Mainstream Sports, Amee Kim, Elton G. McGoun 2020 Canterbury Christ Church University

The Rise Of The Bentley And Broad War Boys: Converting Nascent Automotive And Computer Technologies Into Mainstream Sports, Amee Kim, Elton G. Mcgoun

Journal of Motorsport Culture & History

Although technology is an important aspect of every type of sport, only some sports are so dependent on technology that they could not exist without strong financial and technological contributions of other businesses seeing benefits in sponsoring teams. One such sport originated at the end of the 19th century: motorsports. Roughly a century later, another sport strongly dependent on technology started its rise: e-sports. To maintain interest in these sports, there continues to be a need to make the technology attractive to the general public. As e-sports’ popularity is soaring, it is of interest to reflect on which factors ...


Neorrealismo Y Cine En Cuba: Historia Y Discurso Entorno A La Primera Polémica De La Revolución, 1951–1962, Anastasia Valecce 2020 Purdue University

Neorrealismo Y Cine En Cuba: Historia Y Discurso Entorno A La Primera Polémica De La Revolución, 1951–1962, Anastasia Valecce

Purdue University Press Book Previews

Neorrealismo y cine en Cuba: Historia y discurso entorno a la primera polémica de la Revolución, 1951–1962 [Neorealism and Cinema in Cuba: History and Discourse on the First Polemic of the Revolution, 1951–1962] examines the aesthetic history and relations between Cuban film production and Italian Neorealism. The historical framework begins in 1951 before the triumph of the Cuban Revolution and ends in 1962, a year that marks a rupture between Cuban filmmakers and the Italian neorealist aesthetic. The main collaborations happened between Cuban directors Tomás Gutiérrez Alea and Julio García Espinosa and Italian neorealist filmmaker Cesare Zavattini. The ...


Nomadland, Sherry Coman 2020 Martin Luther University College, Waterloo, Ontario

Nomadland, Sherry Coman

Journal of Religion & Film

This is a film review of Nomadland (2020) directed by Chloe Zhao.


Penguin Films And The Environment: The Triumph Of Happy Feet And The Trouble With March Of The Penguins, Alexander Tum 2020 Rhode Island College

Penguin Films And The Environment: The Triumph Of Happy Feet And The Trouble With March Of The Penguins, Alexander Tum

Friends of the Adams Library First Year Research Prize

Excerpt: "By portraying the existence of humans, emotionally influencing young viewers, and encouraging the audience to think about progressive solutions, Happy Feet does more to raise awareness on issues surrounding penguins and the environment than March of the Penguins . Although the objective of March of the Penguins is not to promote environmental consciousness, it squanders its valuable platform as a blockbuster film by ignoring the plights faced by the penguins it idealizes. If there is one thing that both Happy Feet and March of the Penguin s do well, it is that they compel audiences to reflect on our own ...


El Abrazo De La Serpiente O Un Mise-En-Scène Sin Fronteras, Sandra Ortiz-València 2020 University of Colorado Boulder

El Abrazo De La Serpiente O Un Mise-En-Scène Sin Fronteras, Sandra Ortiz-València

South East Coastal Conference on Languages & Literatures (SECCLL)

El abrazo de la serpiente es una de las obras cumbre del cine latino americano que más reconocimiento internacional ha obtenido, pero ¿por qué el filme de Ciro Guerra fascinó a un público tan amplio y diverso, obteniendo premios en lugares tan alejados y dispares como Montreal o Yereván, por nombrar alguno? Esta presentación realiza un análisis en profundidad de la puesta en escena en El abrazo para explicar el lenguaje audiovisual con el que el filme de Ciro Guerra construye una narrativa cinematográfica alejada de las formas dominantes, pero habilitada para emocionar a audiencias de todo el mundo. Tomando ...


New World Triumph In Il Gattopardo, Daria Pietropaolo 2020 University of Miami

New World Triumph In Il Gattopardo, Daria Pietropaolo

The Macksey Journal

The end of the Risorgimento, a tumultuous period of Italian state unification culminating under the House of Savoy in 1861, represented a transition in Italian politics and identity. Before the Risorgimento, the Italian peninsula was a collection of kingdoms and competing political entities. As the country unified for the first time, the ruling aristocratic class became increasingly less powerful and relevant. Luchino Visconti's Il Gattopardo recounts the novel of Tomasi di Lampedusa, depicting this period in Italy's history by exploring the tension between the old, aristocratic class and new bourgeoisie class. Particularly, Visconti's development of the story ...


De La Gravure Scientifique À La Gravure Artistique : Le Burin De Pierre Lyonet Et De Cécile Reims, Hélène Laulan, Caroline Anthérieu-Yagbasan 2020 CGGG, Aix-Marseille Université

De La Gravure Scientifique À La Gravure Artistique : Le Burin De Pierre Lyonet Et De Cécile Reims, Hélène Laulan, Caroline Anthérieu-Yagbasan

The Goose

Comment l’image peut-elle nous faire habiter le monde ? Pour répondre à cette problématique, nous cherchons ici à interroger la tension peut-être trop tranchée entre images scientifiques et images artistiques, pour construire un questionnement ontologique sur l’image. Cette réflexion s’appuiera sur la pratique de deux graveurs, l'un dit « scientifique », et l'autre « artiste ».


Plastic Goes Concrete: "Plasticnic" And "Plasticpoems", Two Animated Poetry Videos About Plastic Pollution, Fiona Tinwei Lam, Nhat Truong, Tisha Deb Pillai 2020 Simon Fraser University

Plastic Goes Concrete: "Plasticnic" And "Plasticpoems", Two Animated Poetry Videos About Plastic Pollution, Fiona Tinwei Lam, Nhat Truong, Tisha Deb Pillai

The Goose

The author describes the creation of two short animated video poems about plastic pollution that originated in concrete/visual poems. "Plasticnic" is a humorous and colourful narrated video based on a shaped poem depicting how we enjoy nature while simultaneously harming it through plastic consumption. "Plasticpoems" is a text-based, unnarrated animated video poem about plastic pollution based on two shaped/visual/concrete poems.


The Video Camera Spoiled My Ethnography: A Critical Approach, Katherine Gregory 2020 CUNY New York City College of Technology

The Video Camera Spoiled My Ethnography: A Critical Approach, Katherine Gregory

Publications and Research

As videography and other media technologies are normalized in the field of qualitative methods for the purpose of data collection, there is a growing need to discuss the benefits and limitations of these data collection tools. This article chronicles an ethnographic video study focused on the experiences of Muslim adults living in the Netherlands, and why the author opted to end the project. Issues focus on reckoning with the imperial gaze of the camera, performative behavior of participants before the camera and interdisciplinary tensions the researcher faced from conflicting trainings as a qualitative methodologist and media practitioner.


Toward A Fluid Cinematic Spectatorship And Desire: Revisiting Laura Mulvey’S Psychoanalytic Film Theories, Taylor Ashton McGoey 2020 The University of Western Ontario

Toward A Fluid Cinematic Spectatorship And Desire: Revisiting Laura Mulvey’S Psychoanalytic Film Theories, Taylor Ashton Mcgoey

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

This thesis project re-evaluates Laura Mulvey’s film theories regarding psychoanalysis and the “male gaze,” first found in her essay “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema” (1975). By re-evaluating the limitations of Mulvey’s use of the Freudian and Lacanian psychoanalytic model this project seeks to understand the desires and processes of identification of cinematic spectators who reject the ideological imperative of the “male gaze”. As many critics have noted, Mulvey’s initial examination of cinema does not account for LGBTQ+ spectators and/or black spectators who occupy looking relations that reject cis-normative and heteronormative white Hollywood cinematic conventions. From this ...


Irmgard Emmelhainz. Jean-Luc Godard’S Political Filmmaking. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019., Mackenzie Leadston 2020 The Ohio State University

Irmgard Emmelhainz. Jean-Luc Godard’S Political Filmmaking. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019., Mackenzie Leadston

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

Review of Irmgard Emmelhainz. Jean-Luc Godard’s Political Filmmaking. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.


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