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Volume 2, 1998


The Archeology of Vision
on
The Image in Dispute edited by Dudley Andrew
 
No. 38: Tico Romao,
The 'High-Water Mark' of Film Theory
on
Explorations in Film Theory edited by Ron Burnett
 
 
November 1998
No. 37: Andrew Murphie,
I'm Not Joking -- Lacanian Nostalgia Ain't What It Used To Be
on
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Lacan (But Were Afraid to Ask Hitchcock) edited by Slavoj Zizek
 
No. 36: Samuel Guttenplan,
Analytic Philosophy and Film
on
Film Theory and Philosophy edited by Richard Allen and Murray Smith
 
No. 35: Warren Buckland,
The Practice of Filmic Interpretation
on
Interpreting the Moving Image by Noël Carroll
 
No. 34: Liora Moriel,
The Sign of Zero: Semantics of Seeing, Perceiving, and Believing
on
The Film Spectator edited by Warren Buckland
 
 
October 1998
No. 33: Matt Lee,
Taking Deleuze (On)
on
Negotiations by Gilles Deleuze
 
No. 32: Marty Fairbairn,
Toronto Report
on the 1998 Toronto International Film Festival
 
No. 31: Pasi Nyyssonen,
Film Theory at the Turning Point of Modernity
on
Das Lichtspiel (The Photoplay) [1916] by Hugo Münsterberg
 
No. 30: Douglas Kellner,
Virilio on Vision Machines
on
Open Sky by Paul Virilio
 
No. 29: Ben Goldsmith,
To Be Outside and In-Between
on
Looks and Frictions by Paul Willemen
 
 
September 1998
No. 28: Oliver C. Speck,
What Do You Really Want From Zizek?
on
The Sublime Object of Ideology by Slavoj Zizek
 
No. 27: Dennis Rothermel,
Forays into Philosophy and Film
on the first volume of the journal
Film and Philosophy edited by Kendall D'Andrade
 
No. 26: James S. Hurley,
David Bordwell's Iron Cage of Style
on
On the History of Film Style by David Bordwell
 
No. 25: Michael Goddard,
Beauty Lies in the Eye (So Why Can't I Touch It?)
on 'Deleuze, Guattari and the Philosophy of Expression', special issue of the
Canadian Review of Comparative Literature/Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée, guest edited by Brian Massumi
 
 
August 1998
No. 24: Patrick McGee,
Forget Aporia
reply to 'N/M: Misreading the Womand' by David Sorfa
 
No. 23: David Sorfa,
N/M: Misreading the Womand
on
Cinema, Theory, and Political Responsibility in Contemporary Culture by Patrick McGee
 
No. 22: Glen Norton,
Is There Personality in a Textbook?
on
The Image by Jacques Aumont
 
No. 21: Michael Sicinski,
The Radical Cinema and its Double
on the seventh issue of the journal
Vertigo
 
 
July 1998
No. 20: Harvey Roy Greenberg,
BeauKhoo Exceptions
reply to 'Lounging with a Big Mac in One Hand and Freud by My Side' by Olivia Khoo
 
No. 19: Paula Willoquet-Maricondi,
Feasting on Allegory
on
Peter Greenaway: Architecture and Allegory by Elliott & Purdy
 
No. 18: Olivia Khoo,
Lounging with a Big Mac in One Hand and Freud by My Side
on
Screen Memories by Harvey Roy Greenberg
 
No. 17: Erin Manning,
A Critical Ellipsis: Spacing as an Alternative to Criticism
on
Deconstruction and the Visual Arts edited by Brunette & Wills
 
 
June 1998
No. 16: Nina Zimnik,
What Will This Century Be Known As? Deleuze and Resistance for Theory
on 'A Deleuzian Century?', special issue of the
South Atlantic Quarterly
 
No. 15: Paolo Teobaldelli,
Seeing and Thinking: For an Understanding of Visual Culture
on
Cultures of Vision by Ron Burnett
 
No. 14: Marty Fairbairn,
Film and Philosophy Family Reunion
on the third volume of the journal
Film and Philosophy edited by Kendall D'Andrade
 
No. 13: Cynthia A. Freeland & Thomas E. Wartenberg,
Reply to Aurand
reply to 'Survey of a Field?' by Brian K. Aurand
 
 
May 1998
No. 12: Brian K. Aurand,
Survey of a Field?
on
Philosophy and Film edited by Freeland & Wartenberg
 
No. 11: Aaron Meskin,
Art and Ethics Reunited
on
Aesthetics and Ethics edited by Jerrold Levinson
 
 
April 1998
No. 10: Vincent Tocce,
Respecting Rossellini
on
The Films of Roberto Rossellini by Peter Bondanella
 
No. 9: C. Paul Sellors,
Rediscovering the Cinema
on
Technologies of Seeing by Brian Winston
 
No. 8: Katya Mandoki,
An Enigmatic Text: Schefer's Quest upon a Thing Unknown
on
The Enigmatic Body by Jean Louis Schefer
 
 
March 1998
No. 7: Karen Bardsley,
The 'I' of the Beholder
on
Projecting Illusion by Richard Allen
 
No. 6: Carl Plantinga,
A Naive Reply to MacLennan & Raskin
reply to 'Beyond Rhetoric (and Scepticism)' by Gary MacLennan
& 'The Friction Over the Fiction of Nonfiction Movies' by Jay Raskin
 
No. 5: Gary MacLennan,
Beyond Rhetoric (and Scepticism): A Critical Realist Perspective on Carl R. Plantinga
on
Rhetoric and Representation in Nonfiction Film by Carl Plantinga
 
 
February 1998
No. 4: Paula Willoquet-Maricondi,
Peter Greenaway: A User's Manual
on
The Films of Peter Greenaway by Amy Lawrence
 
No. 3: David Sullivan,
'I'ing Cinema: Rothman's Readings of Cinematographic Visions and Visionaries
on
The 'I' of the Camera by William Rothman
 
January 1998
No. 2: Edward R. O'Neill,
Apprehending Deleuze Apprehending Cinema
on
Der Film bei Deleuze/Le cinema selon Deleuze edited by Fahle & Engell
 
No. 1: Joan Hawkins,
All the World's a Stage
on
Drama Trauma by Timothy Murray
December 1998
No. 39: Jan-Christopher Horak,