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Ruined Abjection and Allegory in Deadgirl

Sol Neely

has become celebrated and dominant in Anglo-feminist critical theories. 3 My sense of “diachrony” here is informed both by Foucault’s notion of genealogy as diachrony and by Emmanuel Levinas’s notion of diachrony as tied to the saying and which

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“There’s nothing makeup cannot do”

Women Beauty Vloggers’ Self-Representations, Transformations, and #thepowerofmakeup

Michele White

.1177/1464700106064423 Bartky , Sandra L. 1988 . “ Foucault, Femininity, and the Modernization of Patriarchal Power .” In Feminism and Foucault , ed. Irene Diamond and Lee Quinby , 61 – 86 . Boston : North-eastern University Press . Ben , Esther Ruiz . 2007

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A Cinema of Movement

Michele Barker

enables us to consider new cinematographies emerging in documentary and artistic practice alike as a new kind of cinema of movement. Notes 1 Deleuze’s concept of surfing is introduced in relation to Michel Foucault’s shift from disciplinary

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Enactive Authorship

Second-Order Simulation of the Viewer Experience—A Neurocinematic Approach

Pia Tikka

Foucault, Jacques Derrida, and Seán Burke soon joined, still linger on (see Burke 2008 ). In film studies specifically, a tendency is to move discussion from single authorship (a film director) toward “collaborative and decentered” authorship, as Jason

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Pushing the Boundaries

Curating LuYang, a Global Artist Embedded in Local Situatedness

Nora Gantert and Malte Lin-Kröger

fixed selfhood in favor of malleable, self-created forms of subjectivity. Recalling Foucault's concept of “technologies of the self” and his ideas on the “art of living,” Oscar Bulaong Jr. remarks: “To create the self as a work of art points to self

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Book Reviews

Jeffrey M. Zacks, Trevor Ponech, Jane Stadler, and Malcolm Turvey

) and the narrative fictional Forgiveness (2006). S , erban, who aspires to think and write about metaphysical, world-historical, and ethical-political affairs in the elusive theoretical idioms of Foucault, Zˇizˇek, and Badiou, will remind many readers

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Wyatt Moss-Wellington, Dooley Murphy, Robert Sinnerbrink, and Kirsten Moana Thompson

model in turn founded on Michel Foucault's self-contained notion of ethics as “a self's relationship to itself” (68), a solipsistic approach the book returns to but that necessarily loses sight of one's effect on others. Moreover, in a chapter introduced