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by William Luhr,Robert Eberwein,Chris Holmlund,Jerry Mosher,Patricia Mellencamp,David Lugowski,Jacqueline Reich,Chris Straayer,Kathleen Rowe Karlyn,Lucy Fischer,E. Ann Kaplan,Krin Gabbard

eBook Screening Genders: The American Science Fiction Film (Rutgers Depth of Field Series) ePub
Author: William Luhr,Robert Eberwein,Chris Holmlund,Jerry Mosher,Patricia Mellencamp,David Lugowski,Jacqueline Reich,Chris Straayer,Kathleen Rowe Karlyn,Lucy Fischer,E. Ann Kaplan,Krin Gabbard
Language: English
ISBN: 0813543401
ISBN13: 978-0813543406
Publisher: Rutgers University Press; None ed. edition (May 30, 2008)
Pages: 208
Category: Movies
Subcategory: Humor
Rating: 4.1
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William Luhr is a professor of English and film at Saint Peter's College in. .Series: Rutgers Depth of Field Series. This book provides an important history of the application of gender theory to film studies.

William Luhr is a professor of English and film at Saint Peter's College in New Jersey and the coauthor of Thinking About Movies: Watching, Questioning, Enjoying.

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Widely respected scholars, including Robert T. Eberwein, Lucy Fischer, Chris Holmlund, E. Ann Kaplan, Kathleen Rowe Karlyn, David Lugowski, Patricia Mellencamp, Jerry Mosher, Jacqueline Reich, and Chris Straayer, focus on the radical ideological advances of contemporary. Ann Kaplan, Kathleen Rowe Karlyn, David Lugowski, Patricia Mellencamp, Jerry Mosher, Jacqueline Reich, and Chris Straayer, focus on the radical ideological advances of contemporary cinema, as well as on those groundbreaking films that have shaped our ideas about masculinity and femininity, not only in movies but in American culture at large.

Queer Film Studies, Richard Dyer, and Diva Worship (David Lugowski, page 95). Read

Introduction (Krin Gabbard and William Luhr, page 1). Read. The subject of gender. A History of Gender Theory in Cinema Studies (E. Ann Kaplan, page 15). Thoery into Practice: En-Gendering Narrative in Magnolia (Lucy Fischer, page 29). Queer Film Studies, Richard Dyer, and Diva Worship (David Lugowski, page 95). As a Mother Cuddles a Child": Sexuality and Masculinity in World War II Combat Films (Robert T. Eberwein, page 111). Transgender Mirrors: Queering Sexual Difference (Chris Straayer, page 123).

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In The War Film, Robert Eberwein brings together essays by scholars using a variety of critical approaches to explore this enduringly popular film genre

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Fragmentary notes on David Bordwell's book 'Narration in the Fiction Film' (Madison: University of Winsconsin Press, 1985). Part 1 of the book discusses the theories of narration (mimetic and diegetic). Part 2 examines narration and film form, focusing on the viewer's activity, principles of narration, detective and noir film, and on time and space in film narration. As I will show, the narratological legacy of film studies - with David Bordwell and Kristin Thomspon as the most prominent spokespeople - is also useful in analyzing contemporary fictional television shows. By using insights derived from both film and television-oriented narratology

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Krin Gabbard (author of contributions), Christine Holmlund (author . There is nothing like this series.

There is nothing like this series.

Gender roles have been tested, challenged, and redefined everywhere during the past thirty years, but perhaps nowhere more dramatically than in film. Screening Genders is a lively and engaging introduction to the evolving representations of masculinity, femininity, and places once thought to be "in between." The book begins with a general introduction that traces the movement of gender theory from the margins of film studies to its center. The ten essays that follow address a range of topics, including screen stars; depictions of gay, straight, queer, and transgender subjects; and the relationship between gender and genre. Widely respected scholars, including Robert T. Eberwein, Lucy Fischer, Chris Holmlund, E. Ann Kaplan, Kathleen Rowe Karlyn, David Lugowski, Patricia Mellencamp, Jerry Mosher, Jacqueline Reich, and Chris Straayer, focus on the radical ideological advances of contemporary cinema, as well as on those groundbreaking films that have shaped our ideas about masculinity and femininity, not only in movies but in American culture at large. The first comprehensive overview of the history of gender theory in film, this book is an ideal text for courses and will serve as a foundation for further discussion among students and scholars alike.
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