Ranciï¿½re and Film
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Jacques Rancière rose to prominence as a radical egalitarian philosopher, political theorist, and historian. Recently, he has intervened in discourses on film theory and film studies. This collection boasts an impressive range of responses to and assessments of Rancière's controversial and challenging contributions to film studies, featuring an original essay by the philosopher himself. Contributors include Nico Baumbach (Columbia University); (Rey Chow, Duke University); Bram Ieven (Utrecht University); Mónica Lopez Lerma (Helsinki University); Patricia MacCormack (University of East Anglia); Richard Stamp (Bath Spa University); and James Steintrager (University of California, Irvine).
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Publication date: 7/31/2013
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Ranciï¿½re and the Disciplines: An Introduction to Ranciï¿½re before Film Studies|
|What Does It Mean to Call Film an Art?|
|After the Passage of the Beast: 'False Documentary' Aspirations, Acousmatic Complications|
|The Spectator without Qualities|
|Memories of Modernism: Jacques Ranciï¿½re, Chris Marker and the Image of Modernism|
|Aesthetic Irruptions: Politics of Perception in Alex de la Iglesia's La Comunidad|
|Cinemarxis: Ranciï¿½re and Godard|
|Jacques Ranciï¿½re's Animated Vertigo; or, How to be Specific about Medium|
|The Medium Is Not the Message: Ranciï¿½re, Eschatology and the End of Cinema|
|Remarks by Way of a Postface|