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Feminist film theory : a reader /

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: EBSCOhost books.
Other Authors: Thornham, Sue.
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: New York : New York University Press, 1999.
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Online Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • Image of women in film: some suggestions for future research /
  • Sharon Smith
  • Woman's film /
  • Molly Haskell
  • Women's cinema as counter-cinema /
  • Claire Johnston
  • Crisis of naming in feminist film criticism /
  • B. Ruby Rich
  • Visual pleasure and narrative cinema /
  • Laura Mulvey
  • Caught and Rebecca: the inscription of femininity as absence /
  • Mary Ann Doane
  • Oedipus interruptus /
  • Teresa de Laurentis
  • Lost objects and mistaken subjects /
  • Kaja Silverman
  • Women and film: a discussion of feminist aesthetics /
  • Michelle Citron ... [et al.]
  • Afterthoughts on "Visual pleasure and narrative cinema" inspired by King Vidor's Duel in the sun (1946) /
  • Laura Mulvey
  • Film and the masquerade: theorising the female spectator /
  • Mary Ann Doane
  • Women's genres: melodrama, soap opera and theory / Annette Kuhn
  • Pleasurable negotiations /
  • Christine Gledhill
  • Video replay: families, films and fantasy /
  • Valerie Walkerdine
  • Feminine fascinations: forms of identification in star-audience relations /
  • Jackie Stacey
  • Taboos and totems: cultural meanings of the Silence of the lambs /
  • Janet Staiger
  • Her body, himself: gender in the slasher film /
  • Carol J. Clover
  • Horror and the monstrous-feminine: an imaginary abjection /
  • Barbara Creed
  • Film bodies: gender, genre and excess /
  • Linda Williams
  • White privilege and looking relations: race and gender in feminist film theory /
  • Jane Gaines
  • Oppositional gaze: black female spectators /
  • bell hooks
  • Cinema and the dark continent: race and gender in popular film /
  • Tania Modleski
  • Gender is burning: questions of appropriation and subversion /
  • Judith Butler.