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The Anthem handbook of screen theory

Author: Hunter Vaughan
Publisher: London : Anthem Press, 2018. ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: ebook version :
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hunter Vaughan
ISBN: 1783088230 9781783088232
OCLC Number: 1045733524
Description: xv, 353 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. I WHAT WE ARE --
ch. One The Brain's Labor: On Marxism and the Movies / Pasi Valiaho --
ch. Two Racial Being, Affect and Media Cultures / Camilla Fojas --
ch. Three Thinking Sex, Doing Gender, Watching Film / Theresa L. Geller --
ch. Four "Complicated Negotiations": Reception and Audience Studies into the Digital Age / Brendan Kredell --
ch. Five World Cinema and Its Worlds / James Tweedie --
ch. Six Screen Theory Beyond the Human: Toward an Ecomaterialism of the Moving Image / Hunter Vaughan --
ch. Seven "We Will Exchange Your Likeness and Recreate You in What You Will Not Know": Transcultural Process Philosophy and the Moving Image / Laura U. Marks --
pt. II WHAT SCREEN CULTURE IS --
ch. Eight Apparatus Theory Plain and Simple / Tom Conley --
ch. Nine Properties of Film Authorship / Codruta Morari --
ch. Ten "Deepest Ecstasy" Meets Cinema's Social Subjects: Theorizing the Screen Star / Mary R. Desjardins Note continued: ch. Eleven Rethinking Genre Memory: Hitchcock's Vertigo and Its Revision / Elisabeth Bronfen --
ch. Twelve Digital Technologies and the End(s) of Film Theory / Trond Lundemo --
ch. Thirteen How John the Baptist Kept His Head: My Life in Film Philosophy / William Rothman --
pt. III HOW WE UNDERSTAND SCREEN TEXTS --
ch. Fourteen The Expressive Sign: Cinesemiotics, Enunciation and Screen Art / Daniel Yacavone --
ch. Fifteen Narratology in Motion: Causality Puzzles and Narrative Twists / Warren Buckland --
ch. Sixteen He(u)retical Film Theory: When Cognitivism Meets Theory / William Brown --
ch. Seventeen Philosophy Encounters the Moving Image: From Film Philosophy to Cinematic Thinking / Robert Sinnerbrink --
ch. Eighteen Screen Perception and Event: Beyond the Formalist/Realist Divide / Nadine Boljkovac.
Responsibility: edited by Hunter Vaughan and Tom Conley.

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