Discourse Volume 35, Issue 2, Spring 2013 (Motion Pictures: Politics of Perception)

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Discourse Volume 35, Issue 2
Discourse explores a variety of topics in contemporary cultural studies, theories of media and literature, and the politics of sexuality, including questions of language and psychoanalysis. The journal publishes valuable and innovative essays on a wide range of cultural phenomena, promoting theoretical approaches to literature, film, the visual arts, and related media.
Discourse Volume 35, Number 2 (Spring 2013)
Special Issue: Motion Pictures: Politics of Perception
Table of Contents
Motion Pictures: Politics of Perception
Marta Zarzycka and Bettina Papenburg

Avatar and the Movements of Neocolonial Sentimental Cinema
Kyla Schuller

Be-hold: Touch, Temporality, and the Cinematic Thumbnail Image
Jennifer M. Barker

Movement That Matters Historically: Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller’s 2012 Alter Bahnhof Video Walk
Christine Ross

Still Einstellung: Stillmoving Imagenesis
Jon Inge Faldalen

Uncanny Motions: Facing Death, Morphing Life
Anu Koivunen

On Robots and Turtles: A Posthuman Perspective on Camera and Image Movement after Michael Snow’s La région centrale
Florian Leitner

Book Reviews

A Primer to the Media Prehistory of the Present: Review of What Is Media Archaeology? by Jussi Parikka
Matthew Stoddard

Captive Thinking, Thinking Capture: Review of Entanglements, or Transmedial Thinking about Capture by Rey Chow
Hongwei Thorn Chen


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