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Fredric Jameson, Postmodernism, or the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, ), p. Joanna Page's Crisis and Capitalism in Contemporary Argentine Cinema (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, ) argues for Jameson's relevance to analysis of contemporary Argentine crime films. The borderlands are containers of traumatic material and unassimilated histories repeated endlessly in the dream work of Hollywood cinema. The current slate of border films and television dramas--Extreme Prejudice (), Deep Cover (), Traffic (), Blow (), Kingpin (NBC ), and A Man Apart ()--reopen the trauma of Hollywood.
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Ultimately, both films, in very different historical specificities, and linked by the work of J.G. Ballard, offer up the B-movie as a 1967--2001 book to the gathering global and economic forces of late capitalism, signified by what Slavoj Žižek identifies as the ‘ideological state apparatus’ of the Hollywood movie-making machine ().
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What God Is Honored Here. is the first book of its kind, a literary collection of voices of these women coming together to speak about the traumas and tragedies of womanhood.
Editors Shannon Gibney and Kao Kalia Yang join writers Michelle Borok, Soniah Kamal, Jami Nakamura Lin, and Seema Reza in a podcast conversation on miscarriage, infant. In his book, Realist Film Theory and Cinema, Ian Aitken proposes film theoreticians reengage with nineteenth-century conceptions of realism.
Ian Aitken, Realist Film Theory and Cinema: The Nineteenth-century Lukácsian and Intuitionist Realist Traditions. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, Visiting Instructor in Cinema & Media Studies (Term 1, Term 3) Ph.D, pending, in Comparative Studies in Discourse, University of Minnesota.
Teaching experience includes: Teaching Assistant, Instructor, University of Minnesota. Dissertation Title: (Re)Framing Violence: Hollywood Cinema and Late Capitalism.
Cynthia Kauffield. As Fredric Jameson 16 elucidated, The Shining was one of several major films of the s wherein the function of the Hollywood auteur was renegotiated and redefined, in a complex and stimulating reinvention of genre.
The many filmmakers mentioned here carry on, above all, this legacy of late capitalism (and its cultural logic, postmodernism).
The authors show how the neoliberal regime normalizes violence, renders its victims disposable, commodifies the spectacle of relentless violence and sells it to us as entertainment, and tries to contain cultures of resistance.
If you're not afraid of the truth in these dark times, then read this book. This essay argues that Julie Taymor¿s film Titus () offers a successful deconstruction of the violence in Shakespeare¿s Titus Andronicus (), thus continuing the debate on the film¿s.
The first section explores masculinities within late capitalism and includes studies of Seinfeld, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, and reality television. The second section addresses identity when masculinity intersects with race, religion, disability, and sexuality, including chapters on Barack Obama, the O.J.
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Kedhar re-corporealizes “flexibility,” a key term in postmodern studies of globalization, diaspora, and late capitalism. What Kedhar refers to as “the corporeal dimensions of transnational. Goth: Undead Subculture is the first collection of scholarly essays devoted to this enduring yet little examined cultural phenomenon.
Twenty-three essays from various disciplines explore the music, cinema, television, fashion, literature, aesthetics, and fandoms associated with the subculture.
The yearwhatever else it may have been, was a tremendous year for women in comedy. Samantha Bee's show Full Frontal became a standard-bearer for feminist news analysis among the stag club of late-night television satire, tackling issues such as rape kit testing, diaper subsidies, workplace sexual harassment, and the international criminalization of feminism (from “nasty women” to.
Peter Biskind has claimed the art cinema credential for American film by suggesting that Bonnie and Clyde (Arthur Penn, ) is the American Breathless (Jean-tuc Codard, ) because the film corresponds with the violence of the time: Easy Riders, Raging Bulls: How the Sex-Drugs-and-Rock 'n' Roll Generation Saved Hollywood (New York.You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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In late capitalism, anything that stands in the way of positive thinking and its corollary, blissful consumption, is viewed with suspicion.
As we might expect, Hollywood is also complicit.