CSC Playlist Initiative: Screening Sexual Provocation (Maria San Filippo, Emerson College)
In her list, “Screening Sexual Provocation”, Maria San Filippo (Emerson College) illustrates the themes in her recently published monograph, Provocauteurs and Provocations: Selling Sex in 21st Century Media (Indiana University Press, 2021) which reassesses controversial texts— from "real sex" scenes to scandalous marketing campaigns to full-frontal nudity—to reveal the critical role that sexual provocation plays as an authorial signature and promotional strategy within the contemporary media landscape.
The list can be found here: https://screenculture.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/2021/03/18/themed-playlist-screening-sexual-provocation/
And as always, all lists are available for your perusal at: https://screenculture.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/category/media-playlists/
CALL FOR PLAYLISTS: SCMS21 Edition
This is once again a call for playlists, especially in light of the Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference taking place right now. I imagine there are a multitude of papers, panels, and workshops that could yield lists and help with the FOMO some of us are feeling as even a virtual conference is out of reach.
Who knows, maybe even a game to play at one of the Zoom cocktail hours?
Stay well everyone, and I look forward to the #SCMS21 updates,
Dr Leshu Torchin
Head of Department and Director of Research
Senior Lecturer in Film Studies
Department of Film Studies
University of St Andrews
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St Andrews, UK
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