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By Kennedy, Barbara M.
Through discussions of Orlando , The English Patient , Romeo and Juliet , Strange Days and Leon , this volume posits a creative collusion between Deleuzian philosophy and contemporary film studies.
Edited by Kennedy, Barbara M.; Bell, Mr David
Contains articles by key thinkers in the field of cybercultures studies. With general and thematic section introductions, a full bibliography and user guide, this edition is suitable for those interested in living with and thinking about new technologies. It also includes: approa...ching cyberculture; popular cybercultures; and cybercommunities.Read more
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Contains contemporary articles by key thinkers in the field of cybercultures studies. This work includes a full bibliography and a user guide. The contents include: Contents include: Approaching Cyberculture; Popular Cybercultures; Cybercommunities; Cyberidentities; Cyberfeminism...s; Cyberbodies; Cyberlife; Cyberpolitics; and, Beyond Cybercultures.Read more
This provocative study forges new and creative connections between Deleuzian philosophy and contemporary film studies.
By Trigg, Dylan; Edited by Lort, Robert; By Kennedy, Barbara M.
Azimute was a dedicated site for critical essays on, and critical liaisons with, the works of Deleuze and Guattari. In its decade-long span, this rhizome in virtual space attracted nomadic talents and brazen theorists to contribute essays on a wide variety of topics from poetics ...to capitalism. The website is now defunct, but the works live on in this new compilation. Deleuze-inspired essays on Kathy Acker, Einsturzende Neubaten, Zoviet France, William S. Burroughs, Geoffrey Schmidt, Henri Bergson, pataphysics, and more culminate in this work of exquisite scholarship on the margins.Read more
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