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The cinematic life of the gene

저자: Jackie Stacey
출판사: Durham, NC : Duke University Press, ©2010.
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"What might the cinema tell us about how and why the prospect of cloning disturbs our most profound ideas about gender, sexuality, difference, and the body? In The Cinematic Life of the Gene, the pioneering feminist film theorist Jackie Stacey argues that as a cultural technology of imitation, cinema is uniquely situated to help us theorize 'the genetic imaginary', the constellation of fantasies that genetic  더 읽기…
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Stacey, Jackie.
Cinematic life of the gene.
Durham, NC : Duke University Press, ©2010
(OCoLC)741480930
문서 형식:
모든 저자 / 참여자: Jackie Stacey
ISBN: 9780822344940 0822344947 9780822345077 0822345072
OCLC 번호: 456729514
설명: xvi, 326 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
내용: The hell of the same : cloning, Baudrillard, and the queering of biology --
She is not herself : the deviant relations of Alien : resurrection --
Screening the gene : femininity as code in Species --
Cloning as biomimicry --
Genetic impersonation and the improvisation of kinship : Gattaca's queer visions --
The uncanny architectures of intimacy in Code 46 --
Cut-and-paste bodies : the shock of genetic simulation --
Leading across the in-between : transductive cinema in Teknolust --
Enacting the gene : the animation of science in Genetic admiration.
책임: Jackie Stacey.

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"What might the cinema tell us about how and why the prospect of cloning disturbs our most profound ideas about gender, sexuality, difference, and the body? In The Cinematic Life of the Gene, the pioneering feminist film theorist Jackie Stacey argues that as a cultural technology of imitation, cinema is uniquely situated to help us theorize 'the genetic imaginary', the constellation of fantasies that genetic engineering provokes. Since the mid-1990s there has been remarkable innovation in genetic engineering and a proliferation of films structured by anxieties about the changing meanings of biological and cultural reproduction. Bringing analyses of several of these films into dialogue with contemporary cultural theory, Stacey demonstrates how the cinema animates the tropes and enacts the fears at the heart of our genetic imaginary. She engages with film theory; queer theories of desire, embodiment, and kinship; psychoanalytic theories of subject formation; and debates about the reproducibility of the image and the shift from analog to digital technologies. Stacey examines the body-horror movies Alien: Resurrection and Species in light of Jean Baudrillard's apocalyptic proclamations about cloning and 'the hell of the same', and she considers the art-house thrillers Gattaca and Code 46 in relation to ideas about imitation, including feminist theories of masquerade, postcolonial conceptualizations of mimicry, and queer notions of impersonation. Turning to Teknolust and Genetic Admiration, independent films by feminist directors, she extends Walter Benjamin's theory of aura to draw an analogy between the replication of biological information and the reproducibility of the art object. Stacey suggests new ways to think about those who are not what they appear to be, the problem of determining identity in a world of artificiality, and the loss of singularity amid unchecked replication."--Back cover.

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