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Activism, affect, identification: trans documentary in France and Spain and its reception
This article explores the documentation of trans activism in France and Spain since the 2000s. The first part addresses questions surrounding the place of affect and narrative in documentary film, particularly in ...
Elinor Glyn, Film History and Popular Culture: An Apologia
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2018-05-25)
Agamben’s cinema: Psychology versus an ethical form of life
(Amsterdam University Press, 2015-11-25)
Overturning Feminist Phenomenologies: Disability, Complex Embodiment, Intersectionality, and Film
(Rowman and Littlefield, 2018-10)
In the film Examined Life (Dir. Astra Taylor, 2009), disability activist Sunny takes a walk with Judith Butler through San Francisco, discussing the relationships of physical impairment to cultural constructions of disability. ...
Rising Flags, Falling Soldiers: Film, Icons and Political Violence
(Oxford University Press (OUP): Policy E, 2016-10-05)
Some Small Discrepancy: Jean-Christophe-Bailly's Creaturely Ontology
(University of Illinois Press, 2013)
This extended review essay on Bailly's first major work in English translation, The Animal Side, situates Bailly in the continuum of Continental philosophy on the topics of animality and animal ontology, from Rilke to ...