The Films of Glasgow Corporation, 1922-1938
Elizabeth Lebas

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The Art of Memory
Catherine Lupton

Film Studies
Chris Marker's Poetics and the Politics of Representing History
Jonathan Kear

Film Studies
Spectres of Theatre, Phantoms of Revolution in Marx and Marker
Barry Langford

Film Studies
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Chris Marker as a Portraitist
Catherine Lupton

Film Studies
Film Studies
Film Studies
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Paul Coates, Peter Stanfield and Sarah Cardwell

Film Studies
The Strange History of The Robe As Political Allegory
Jeff Smith

Smith reveals the particular biases and assumptions of blacklist allegories as well as the extent to which this type of interpretation has informed the reception of 1950s films. More specifically, he addresses several questions about the validity of allegorical readings of the blacklist. Is there a basis for such allegorical interpretations? What is the place of authorial intention and audience reception in the encoding and decoding of blacklist allegories? What does this reading strategy tell us about the politics of the films makers? Does this reading strategy privilege certain meanings of the text over others of equal significance?

Film Studies
Steve Neale

Film Studies