In this issue of Projections, Dan Flory examines issues of race in film from a
singular angle. He is interested in understanding how disgust reactions, manifested
by viewers in relation to characters and situations, are inflected by racial
dimensions of meaning and experience. Examining a wide range of films,
he approaches the issue from the perspective of analytic philosophy and argues
that the ways that viewers embody their sense of race through disgust
reactions has implications for cognitive film theory.
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