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Warren Buckland <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 15 May 2012 18:02:09 +0100
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Dear colleagues

the latest issue of the 'New Review of Film and Television Studies' is now
in print. It contains the following essays and reviews:

New Review of Film and Television Studies 10/2 (June 2012)


From corpographies to corporealities ('Opium: Diary of a Madwoman')
Imola Mikó

Institutions, identity, and insanity: abject spaces in 'Shutter Island'
F.E. Pheasant-Kelly

‘It’s all the way you look at it, you know’: reading Bill ‘Bojangles’
Robinson’s film career
Hannah Durkin

Auteur, mogul, 'Transporter': Luc Besson as twenty-first century Zanuck
Joshua Gleich

Redford and Streisand: the shifting star persona in 1970s Hollywood
David Stevens

Book Review essay
Solipsistic Film Criticism (on 'The language and style of film criticism')
Warren Buckland

Book Reviews
Review of: Doubting vision: film and the revelationist tradition
Christian Quendler

Review of: Deleuze and the cinemas of performance: powers of affection
William Brown

Review of: Film theory: an introduction through the senses
David Sorfa

Yours sincerely,

Warren Buckland
Reader in Film Studies
Oxford Brookes University

New Book:
*Film Theory: Rational Reconstructions:*

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