|Author/Editor:||Heath, Stephen (Editor), and Mellencamp, Patricia (Editor)
|Publisher:||University Publications of America
|Binding:||Trade paperback (US). 179p. : ill. Includes Illustrations.
|Condition:||USED - Fine. An excellent, unmarked copy with tight binding and minor edge wear.
Papers presented at a conference held Mar. 27-30, 1979 by the Center for Twentieth Century Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Table of contents:
- "Language, Sight and Sound" by Stephen Heath
- "From a Dream of Woman" by Teresa de Lauretis
- "The Film's Time and the Spectator's 'Space'" by Mary Ann Doane
- "Problematizing the Spectator's Placement in Film" by Malcolm Le Grice
- "Jokes and Their Relation to the Marx Brothers" by Patricia Mellencamp
- "Approaching Japanese Film" by Noel Burch
- "Kabuki, Cinema and Mizoguchi Kenji" by Don Kirihara
- "Mizoguchi and the Evolution of Film Language" by David Bordwell
- "Discourse/Figure: The Inscription of the Subject in Surrealist Film" by Laura Oswald
- "Three Figures of Desire" by Linda Williams
- "The Primacy of Figure in Cinematic Signification" by Dudley Andrew
- "Cinematic Discourse: The Problem of Inner Speech" by Paul Willemen
- "Subject Formation and Social Formation: Issues and Hypotheses" by Philip Rosen