Speakers and Abstracts


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General Papers


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

Trauma/Memory/Expanded Cinema: The Films of Dirk de Bruyn
Glenn D'Cruz, Deakin University, Australia Steven McIntyre, Independent Scholar Dirk De Bruyn, Deakin University, Australia

Archiving Nonhuman Histories in Landscapes
David Martin-Jones, University of Glasgow<br />

‘For We Will Have Shown it Nothing’: On Film Philosophy-Without-Words
John Mullarkey, Kingston University

The Image as the Post-Christian Sacred: A Nancean reading of Jean-Luc Godard’s Je vous salue Marie.
Jill Murphy, University College Cork

Affective Encounters: Facing Absence in Memory Spaces
Matilda Mroz, Department of Communications and Creative Arts, University of Greenwich, London

Beyond film’s anthropocentrism: nonhuman worlds
Laura McMahon, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge Michael Lawrence, University of Sussex Chris Heppell, University of Aberdeen

Mutum, individuation and creation of affects
Davina Marques, <p>Instituto Federal de S&atilde;o Paulo, Hortol&acirc;ndia/SP, Brazil; Unicamp, Campinas/SP, Brazil.</p> Antonio Carlos R. Amorim