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|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Computer File, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jean Ma; Karen Redrobe Beckman; ebrary, Inc.
|ISBN:||0822341557 9780822341550 082234131X 9780822341314 0822391430 9780822391432|
|Reproduction Notes:||Electronic reproduction. Palo Alto, Calif. : ebrary, 2008. (e-Duke books scholarly collection). Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ebrary affiliated libraries.|
|Description:||vi, 312 pages : illustrations|
|Contents:||I. BEYOND REFERENTIALITY. 1 What's the Point of an Index? or, Faking Photographs / Tom Gunning. "The Forgotten Image between Two Shots" : Photos, Photograms, and the Essayistic / Timothy Corrigan. 3 Structural Film: Noise / Juan A. Suárez --
II. NATION, MEMORY, HISTORY. 4 An Essay on Calendar / Atom Egoyan. 5 Photography's Absent Times / Jean Ma. 6 The Idea of Still / Rebecca Baron, interviewed by Janet Sarbanes. 7 Crash Aesthetics: Amores Perros and the Dream of Cinematic Mobility / Karen Beckman. 8 Surplus Memories: From the Slide Show to the Digital Bulletin Board in Jim Mendiola's Speeder Kills / Rita Gonzalez --
III. WORKING BETWEEN MEDIA. 9 Photography's Expanded Field / George Baker. 10 Weekend Campus / Nancy Davenport. 11 Aleph Beat: Wallace Berman between Photography and Film / Louis Kaplan. 12 Mental Images: The Dramatization of Psychological Disturbance / Zoe Beloff. 13 Concerning "the Photographic" / Raymond Bellour.
|Series Title:||e-Duke books scholarly collection.|
|Responsibility:||Karen Beckman and Jean Ma, editors.|
"Still Moving engages new debate in a field central and crucial to cinema, media, and cultural studies. The collection explores the nature of photography and cinema both before and after the advent