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Linda Howell, Ryan Bell, Laura Helen Marks, Jennifer L. Lieberman, and Joseph Christopher Schaub

the viewer’s self-perception (53). He does this by surveying a select number of films that are not merely proprioceptive (all perception is inherently proprioception), but that also “thematize proprioception,” taking viewers’ sense of space as their

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A Compassionate Look

Ryan Schowen

Journey Inside,” the exhibit offers up an alternative to the highly regulated and censored frames of both Iranian and Western governments. The exhibit thematizes representation in a way that posits the visual stories of young photographers as

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Solitude in Pixels

Lu Yang's Digital Figuration of Corporeality

Pao-chen Tang

literally “voices” in its debut. Healy's known struggle with heroin addiction and his regained sobriety following rehab in 2017, both frequently thematized in the band's songs, find curious reverberations with the techno-psychedelic worldview of Lu

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Cinemautism

Steven Eastwood

or any number of perceived abnormalities) to be characterized and thematized” (Murray 2008: 249) . In such films we are given permission to stare at the exaggerated autistic or disabled character, rather than have access to the particularities of

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Ruined Abjection and Allegory in Deadgirl

Sol Neely

serve. Citing Krauss, Chanter recognizes—like Tyler—how “abjection has been invoked in ways that insists on ‘themes and substances’ … and that abject art tends to thematize ‘the marginalized, the traumatized, the wounded, as an essence that is feminine

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Peter Lurie, Antonio Sanna, Hansen Hsu, Ella Houston, and Kristof van Baarle

influence of Hollywood has often been, there are many other national industries and filmic practices that may offer very different thematizings of race, including indigenous and ethnic film, Third Cinema, and a range of non-Western traditions. Another

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Toxic Representation and the Politics of Care for Antiracist Queer and Trans History

Jess Dorrance

, to mix different regimes of racial, gender, and sexual formations together? How can my writing about Toxic resist the violences of transparency—violences that Toxic itself thematizes—and work toward the undoing of oppressive surface epistemologies