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Pleasantville and the textuality of media memory
Paul Grainge

conservative attack on educational and artistic standards, represented in Bloom’s 1987 jeremiad on American liberal education, The Closing of The American Mind, and in Kramer’s various media pronouncements on political correctness in the arts. 19 Troubled by the so-called ‘politicisation of the academy

in Memory and popular film
Valentina Vitali

the (by then ubiquitous) production and distribution of VHSs and, eventually, DVDs.14 During this and the following decade, they responded to concerns over the value and legitimacy of a liberal education oriented towards the radical ideals of 1960s and 1970s intellectuals by promoting the study of noncanonic films.15 But the prospect of being co-opted by an industry now fully organised around modalities of distribution and exhibitions that, in the past, had been used exclusively by exploitation cinema, has not been explicitly and critically confronted. THE TIME OF

in Capital and popular cinema