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Project Muse

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Works: 7,626 works in 9,030 publications in 1 language and 360,859 library holdings
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc  History  Folklore  Handbooks, manuals, etc  Classification  Sources 
Classifications: E185.615, 791.430233092
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Judaism viewed from within and from without anthropological studies ( )
1 edition published in 1987 in English and held by 1,046 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Pages from a Black radical's notebook a James Boggs reader by James Boggs ( )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1,043 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Stephen M. Ward is assistant professor at the University of Michigan in the Center for Afroamerican and African Studies and the Residential College. --Book Jacket
Cinema at the periphery ( )
2 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 1,035 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
From Iceland to Iran, from Singapore to Scotland, a growing intellectual and cultural wave of production is taking cinema beyond the borders of its place of origin - exploring faraway places, interacting with barely known peoples, and making new localities imaginable. In these films, previously entrenched spatial divisions no longer function as firmly fixed grid coordinates, the hierarchical position of place as 'center' is subverted, and new forms of representation become possible. In Cinema at the Periphery, editors Dina Iordanova, David Martin-Jones, and Belén Vidal assemble criticism that explores issues of the periphery, including questions of transnationality, place, space, passage, and migration. Cinema at the Periphery examines the periphery in terms of locations, practices, methods, and themes. It includes geographic case studies of small national cinemas located at the global margins, like New Zealand and Scotland, but also of filmmaking that comes from peripheral cultures, like Palestinian 'stateless' cinema, Australian Aboriginal films, and cinema from Quebec. Therefore, the volume is divided into two key areas: industries and markets on the one hand, and identities and histories on the other. Yet as a whole, the contributors illustrate that the concept of 'periphery' is not fixed but is always changing according to patterns of industry, ideology, and taste. Cinema at the Periphery highlights the inextricable interrelationship that exists between production modes and circulation channels and the emerging narratives of histories and identities they enable. In the present era of globalization, this timely examination of the periphery will interest teachers and students of film and media studies
Virgin territory representing sexual inexperience in film ( )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1,035 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"In Virgin Territory contributors consider virginity as it is produced and marketed in film. With chapters that span a range of periods, genres, and performances, this collection proves that although it seems like an obvious quality at first glance, virginity in film is anything but simple. The essays in Virgin Territory destabilize assumptions about virginity and connect moments of virginity in film to their larger social significance."--Jacket
On Michael Haneke by Brian Price ( )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1,035 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Michael Haneke, whose films include 'The Piano Teacher' and 'The White Ribbon', has emerged over the past 15 years as a major figure in world cinema. This collection of essays offers a criticial inquiry & close formal analysis of his work, noted for its philosophical, historical & stylistic complexity
Hitchcock's British films by Maurice Yacowar ( )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1,034 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The politics of Black empowerment the transformation of Black activism in urban America by James Jennings ( )
1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 1,033 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
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Reclaiming the archive feminism and film history ( )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1,033 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This title illustrates the relationship between film history and feminist theory. The book brings together feminist scholars to examine the intersections of feminism, history, and feminist theory in film. Subjects include archival work, visual culture, reception studies, biography, ethno-historical studies, historiography and textual analysis. Essays investigate the different models available in feminist film history and how those feminist strategies might serve as paradigmatic for other sites of feminist intervention. Chapters range chronologically from early cinema to post-feminist texts, organized around the key areas of reception, stars, and authorship. There is a final section that examines the very definitions of feminism (post-feminism), cinema (transmedia), and archives (virtual and online) in place today
The Russian folktale by Vladimir Yakovlevich Propp by V. I︠A︡ Propp ( )
1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 1,029 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Circles where the head should be poems by Caki Wilkinson ( )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1,028 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Members of the tribe native America in the Jewish imagination by Rachel Rubinstein ( )
1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1,028 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Shadows of doubt negotiations of masculinity in American genre films by Barry Keith Grant ( )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 1,027 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
In Shadows of Doubt: Negotiations of Masculinity in American Genre Films, Barry Keith Grant questions the idea that Hollywood movies reflect moments of crisis in the dominant image of masculinity. Arguing instead that part of the mythic function of genre movies is to offer audiences an ongoing dialogue on issues of gender, Grant explores a wide range of genre films, including comedies, musicals, horror, science fiction, westerns, teen movies, and action films. In ten chapters arranged chronologically according to the films discussed, Grant provides a series of close analyses of such disparate films such as Broken Blossoms, The Fatal Glass of Beer, Red River, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Night of the Living Dead, and The Hurt Locker to demonstrate that representations of masculinity in the movies involve a continuous process of ideological testing and negotiation. While some of the films considered offer important challenges to dominant representations of masculinity, others reveal an acceptance or capitulation to them. Always attentive to the details of individual film texts, Grant also places the genre films he discusses within their historical contexts and the broader contexts and traditions of popular culture that inform them, including literature, theater, and music. Scholars of film and television studies as well as readers interested in gender studies will appreciate Shadows of Doubt.--Publisher description
Transgressive tales queering the Grimms by Kay Turner ( )
1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 1,025 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"The stories in the Grimm brothers' Kinder- und Hausmärchen (Children's and Household Tales), first published in 1812 and 1815, have come to define academic and popular understandings of the fairy tale genre. Yet over a period of forty years, the brothers, especially Wilhelm, revised, edited, sanitized, and bowdlerized the tales, publishing the seventh and final edition in 1857 with many of the sexual implications removed. However, the contributors in Transgressive Tales: Queering the Grimms demonstrate that the Grimms and other collectors paid less attention to ridding the tales of non-heterosexual implications and that, in fact, the Grimms' tales are rich with queer possibilities. Editors Kay Turner and Pauline Greenhill introduce the volume with an overview of the tales' literary and interpretive history, surveying their queerness in terms of not just sex, gender and sexuality, but also issues of marginalization, oddity, and not fitting into society. In three thematic sections, contributors then consider a range of tales and their queer themes. In Faux Femininities, essays explore female characters, and their relationships and feminine representation in the tales. Contributors to Revising Rewritings consider queer elements in rewritings of the Grimms' tales, including Angela Carter's The Bloody Chamber, Jeanette Winterson's Twelve Dancing Princesses, and contemporary reinterpretations of both 'Snow White' and 'Snow White and Rose Red.' Contributors in the final section, Queering the Tales, consider queer elements in some of the Grimms' original tales and explore intriguing issues of gender, biology, patriarchy, and transgression."--Publisher description
Millennial masculinity men in contemporary American cinema ( )
1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 1,022 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Churches and urban government in Detroit and New York, 1895-1994 by Henry J Pratt ( )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1,020 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Italian folktales in America the verbal art of an immigrant woman by Elizabeth Mathias ( )
1 edition published in 1988 in English and held by 1,019 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The first ethnographic study of a northern Italian folk artist and her verbal artistry in their cultural and historical contexts. The focus of this collection of folktales, delightful in their own right, is Clementina Todesco as developing artist. Supplementing the traditional märchen (magic tales) she told as a girl in her remote village in the Italian Alps are the immigration stories that Clementina added to her repertoire after she had left rural Italy for the industrial cities of the New World. More than an anthology of folktales, the study adds information gathered over a ten-year period from the villagers of Faller, from collections of variants of the stories in Italy, and from analogues in published and archival sources in Detroit and Rome. Perhaps the most fascinating addition is a series of interviews with Clementina herself, which help to characterize her as a folk artist. The result greatly enriches our understanding of who tells folktales to whom, why, and how.--From publisher description
Britton on film the complete film criticism of Andrew Britton by Andrew Britton ( )
1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 1,016 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"For fifteen years before his untimely death, Andrew Britton produced a body of undeniably brilliant film criticism that has been largely ignored within academic circles. Though Britton's writings are extraordinary in their depth and range and are closely attuned to the nuances of the texts they examine, his humanistic approach was at odds with typical theory-based film scholarship. Britton on Film demonstrates that Britton's humanism is also his strength, as it presents all of his published writings together for the first time, including Britton's persuasive readings of such important Hollywood films as Meet Me in St. Louis, Spellbound, and Now, Voyager and of key European filmmakers such as Sergei Eisenstein, Jean-Luc Godard, and Bernardo Bertolucci." "Renowned film scholar and editor Barry Keith Grant has assembled all of Britton's published essays of film criticism and theory for this volume, spanning the late 1970s to the early 1990s. The essays are arranged by theme: Hollywood cinema, Hollywood movies, European cinema, and film and cultural theory. In all, twenty-eight essays consider such varied films as Hitchcock's Spellbound, Jaws, The Exorcist, and Mandingo and topics as diverse as formalism, camp, psychoanalysis, imperialism, and feminism. Included are such well-known and important pieces as "Blissing Out: The Politics of Reaganite Entertainment" and "Sideshows: Hollywood in Vietnam," among the most perceptive discussions of these two periods of Hollywood history yet published. In addition, Britton's critiques of the ideology of Screen and Wisconsin formalism display his uncommon grasp of theory even when arguing against prevailing critical trends." "An introduction by influential film critic Robin Wood, who was also Britton's teacher and friend, begins this landmark collection. Students and teachers of film studies as well as general readers interested in film and American popular culture will enjoy Britton on Film."--BOOK JACKET
Palliative care for infants, children, and adolescents a practical handbook by Brian S Carter ( )
2 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 958 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
There are few things requiring more expertise, delicacy, and compassion than caring for an infant, child, or young adult with a life-limiting condition. Written by leading researchers, clinicians from relevant disciplines, family members, and advocates, this practical guide provides professionals involved in pediatric palliative and end-of-life care with comprehensive information in a single volume. Thoroughly updated and expanded, this edition includes chapters addressing the unique challenges facing children with HIV/AIDS and their families, care in home and ICU settings, difficult decision-making processes, and the importance of communication with the child and family, as well as completely new chapters on spiritual dimensions of care and educational and advocacy initiatives. Intended for primary care physicians, pediatric practitioners and specialists, home care and hospice personnel, pastoral counselors, and affected families, the book includes useful resource and reference material and practical, hands-on tips. With contributions from an international group of expert educators, clinicians, and parents, this book takes a truly interdisciplinary approach to pediatric palliative care, presenting best practices, clear instruction, and the latest information and research for anyone involved in pediatric palliative and end-of-life care
Remake, remodel women's magazines in the digital age by Brooke Erin Duffy ( )
1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 947 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
What is a magazine? For decades, women's magazines were regularly published, print-bound guidebooks aimed at neatly defined segments of the female audience. Crisp pages, a well-composed visual aesthetic, an intimate tone, and a distinctive editorial voice were among the hallmarks of women's glossies up through the turn of this century. Yet amidst an era of convergent media technologies, participatory culture, and new demands from advertisers, questions about the identity of women's magazines have been cast up for reflection. This book offers a unique glimpse inside the industry and reveals how executives and content creators are remaking their roles, their audiences, and their products at this critical historic juncture. Through in-depth interviews with women's magazine producers, an examination of hundreds of trade press reports, and in-person observations at industry summits, this text chronicles a fascinating shift in print culture and technology from the magazine as object to the magazine as brand. This book draws on these findings to contribute to timely debates about media producers' labor conditions, workplace hierarchies, and creative processes in light of transformed technologies and media economies
User unfriendly consumer struggles with personal technologies, from clocks and sewing machines to cars and computers by Joseph J Corn ( )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 945 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"Joseph J. Corn maps two centuries of consumer frustration and struggle with personal technologies. ... Having extensively researched owner's manuals, computer user-group newsletters, and how-to literature, Corn brings a fresh, consumer-oriented approach to the history of technology."--Dust jacket
 
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