Speakers and Abstracts


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General Papers


Cinema’s Suspensions: Nancy and Kiarostami
Mathew Abbott, University of Ballarat Hamish Ford, University of Newcastle

Cinema and/as Autism
William John Robert Campbell Brown, University of Roehampton, London<br /> David H Fleming, University of Nottingham Ningbo Steven Eastwood, University of East London

“One or Many Aesthetics”
Gregory Flaxman, University of North Carolina Daniel Morgam, University of Pittsburgh Rick Warner, University of North Carolina

Cinema Meets Lefebvre: Staging Revolutionary Space
Hamish Charles McBeth Ford, Lecturer in Film, Media and Cultural Studies at the University of Newcastle (Australia)

Looking harder after Rancière. Moving images after Cinema.
Catherine Fowler, otago university

Automorphosis and Einbildungskraft: Nancy, Kant and the Cinematic Schematism
Jeff Fort, Department of French, University of California, Davis

EMPATHY: PAIRING AND MIRRORING. A HUSSERLIAN INTERPRETATION OF KIAROSTAMI’S SHIRIN (2008)
Christian Ferencz-Flatz, Romanian Society for Phenomenology, Bucharest

Liminal Image: Precarious, Blurred, Digitized
Arild Fetveit, University of Copenhagen<br /> Genevieve Yue, Macalester College Seung-hoon Jeong, New York University Abu Dhabi

CCTV Beyond Surveillance: Memory
Nicole Falkenhayner, GRK "Factual and Fictional Narration" Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg Germany