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Britcoms FAQ : all that's left to know about our favorite sophisticated, outrageous British television comedies
Thompson, Dave, 1960 January 3- author
Milwaukee, WI : Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2016
Baker Berry PN1992.8.C66 T57 2016
Narrative and becoming
Askin, Ridvan, author
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 
Baker Berry PN212 .A78 2016
Spectacular television : exploring televisual pleasure
Wheatley, Helen, 1974- author
London ; I.B. Tauris, 2016
Baker Berry PN1992.55 .W44 2016
Accustomed to her face : thirty-five character actresses of golden age Hollywood
Nissen, Axel, author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishing, 2016
Baker Berry PN1998.2 .N57 2016
Who is Sherlock? : essays on identity in modern Holmes adaptations
edited by Lynnette Porter
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2016
Introduction -- From Paget to screen: a (re)vision of Sherlock Holmes for the 21st century / Clare Douglass Little -- Modernizing Victorian Sherlock Holmes for Mr. Holmes and the BBC's Sherlock special / Lynnette Porter -- "I made me": narrative construction of identity in Sherlock's "The abominable bride" / Felecia McDuffie -- Inside the mind of Sherlock Holmes / Lynnette porter -- It's traumatic stress, my dear Watson: a clinical conceptualization of Sherlock / Jennifer Dondero and Sabrina J. Pippin -- "A 'high-functioning sociopath' "married to his work": on hegemonic masculinity in the BBC's Sherlock / -- Deborah M. Fratz -- The BBC's Sherlock: a "sociopathic" master of the social game / Kathryn McClain and Grace Cripps -- The evolution of James Moriarty: how villains mirror cultural anxieties / Heather Powers -- God, grace and Sherlock: religious narrative and identity in BBC's Sherlock / Felecia McDuffie -- Chosen families, TV and tradition: queering relations in the BBC's Sherlock / Linda J. Jencson -- Fan fiction as an argument: arguing for Johnlock through the roles of women and explicit sex scenes in Sherlock fan fiction / Alyxis Smith -- (No) sex and Sherlock: asexuality, Victorian abstinence and the art of ambiguity / Amber Botts -- Sherlock and the case of the feminist fans / Charla R. Strosser -- #Setlock and the power of fandom / Jennifer Wojton.
"Nearly 130 years after the introduction of Sherlock Holmes to readers, the Great Detective's identity is being questioned, deconstructed, and reconstructed more than ever. Who is Sherlock Holmes? is still a viable question. The answers provided by illustrators, scriptwriters, directors, costume designers, set designers, actors, scholars, and fans provide insights into Victorian or modern-day Sherlock"--
Baker Berry PN1995.9.S5 W56 2016
Release the bats : writing your way out of it
Pierre, D. B. C., author
London : Faber & Faber, 2016
Baker Berry PN3355 .P544 2016
Been there, done that : family wisdom for modern times
Roker, Al, 1954- author
New York : New American Library, 
Never give up on your dreams -- Kindness is like a boomerang -- It always comes back -- The power of an apology -- Grace under pressure -- Don't confuse the wedding with the marriage -- Family Is forever -- Actions speak louder than words -- I am who I am -- Can you hear me now? -- Learning to slow down -- The importance of friendships -- People are not labels -- Life is full of hard choices.
"Life lessons from New York Times bestselling author and Today show personality Al Roker and his wife, globetrotting ABC news journalist Deborah Roberts. Al Roker and Deborah Roberts have sixteen Emmy Awards between them. They have covered everything from the Olympics and the Gulf War to natural disasters and the AIDS crisis in Africa. Now these two married journalists and parents have collaborated on the most personal and important "story" of their lives. Been There, Done That is a funny, heartfelt, and empowering collection of life lessons, hard-won wisdom, and instructive family anecdotes from Al and Deborah's lives, from their parents and grandparents, and from dear friends, famous and not. Here, Al and Deborah candidly share childhood obstacles like obesity and growing up in the segregated south; the challenges and blessings that come from raising very different kids; hard-won truths about marriage and career; the illuminating "little things" that adults can learn from children; and the genuine wisdom that the elderly can share with a younger generation. These are real-life stories told from every perspective--from parent, spouse, daughter, son, and friend, stories that every reader can relate to, appreciate, and share."--
Baker Berry PN4874.R555 A3 2016
日本映画の大衆的想像力 : 《幕末》と《股旅》の相関史 / 羽鳥隆英
羽鳥隆英, 1982-, author
Baker Berry Japan PN1993.5.J3 H285 2016
映画の胎動 : 一九一〇年代の比較映画史 = The foetal movements of cinema : a comparative film history of the 1910s / 小川佐和子
小川佐和子, 1985- author
Kyōto-shi : Jinbun Shoin, 2016
Baker Berry Japan PN1993.5.A1 O375 2016
You gotta get bigger dreams : my life in stories and pictures
Cumming, Alan, 1965- author,
New York : Rizzoli, 2016
To the left, to the left -- Lustrous pinnacle -- Crocs -- Page six -- Travels with Honey -- Grant -- Snow man -- Pool boy -- After dark -- Murray (King of the) Hill -- Jesus take the wheel -- Travis and his friend -- 22nd Street -- Chest peace -- Summer knee jerk -- Glenn Close's back -- Iris Apfel's hand -- Body parts -- Fleshbot -- I am writing this because Gore Vidal told me to -- Secrets and lies -- Diddy -- Fashion feet forward -- Natalie Merchant's shoes -- Getting to Nomi -- You gotta get bigger dreams! -- Kylie -- Kitten -- Iman -- Head down, eyes up -- Shona and Kerry -- Leon -- Life is a game -- Self-portrait, Marrakech -- Caitlin's kitchen -- Mandatory selfies -- Yes! -- Priests texting -- Sweet Liza -- Welcome to action movies -- I once sang at the Hollywood Bowl -- Jet lag -- First class dream -- Awards.
"A magical concoction of the mischievous, tender, whimsical, and debauched real-life adventures of Alan Cumming, told in his own words and pictures... In these forty-five picture essays, Cumming recounts his real-life adventures (and often, misadventures), illustrated by his own equally entertaining photographs. From an awkward bonding session with Elizabeth Taylor to poignant stories about his family and friends to some harsh words of widsom imparted by Oprah that make up the title of this collection, You gotta get bigger dreams is as eclectic, enchanting, and alive as its author"--Dust jacket.
Baker Berry PN2287.C692 A3 2016
Powerhouse : the untold story of Hollywood's Creative Artists Agency
Miller, James A. 1957- author
New York, NY : Custom House, an imprint of William Morrow, 
Rebels: 1974-1979 -- New York-London-Rome: 1980-1985 -- Gyokai wo Shihaisuru: 1986-1988 -- "Katy, bar the door!": 1989-1994 -- The Prince of Denmark: January 1, 1995-August 15, 1995 -- Partial Sid: August 16, 1995-2001 -- Bar hopping: 2002-2009 -- Cool summers: 2010-2016.
"An oral history by the best-selling co-author of Those Guys Have All the Fun chronicles the revolutionary role of the forefront Hollywood talent agency through the stories of its influence on major film, television, sports, music and business ventures throughout the past half century,"--NoveList.
Baker Berry PN2295.C74 M55 2016
Rewriting history in manga : stories for the nation
Nissim Otmazgin, Rebecca Suter, editors
[Place of publication not identified] : Palgrave Macmillan, 
Baker Berry PN6790.J3 R49 2016
Cheap novelties : the pleasures of urban decay, with Julius Knipl, real estate photographer
Katchor, Ben, author,
Montreal : Drawn & Quarterly, 2016
Cheap Novelties is an early testament to Ben Katchor's extraordinary prescience as both a gifted cartoonist and an astute urban chronicler. Rumpled, middle-aged Julius Knipl photographs a vanishing city--an urban landscape of low-rent apartment buildings, obsolete industries, monuments to forgotten people and events, and countless sources of inexpensive food. In Katchor's signature pen and ink wash style, Cheap Novelties is a portrait of what we have lost to gentrification, globalization, and the malling of America that is as moving today as it was twenty-five years ago.In 1991, the original Cheap Novelties appeared in an unassuming paperback from the RAW contributor; it would become one of the first books of the contemporary graphic novel golden age, and it set the stage for Katchor to become regarded as a modern-day cartooning genius. Drawn & Quarterly's twenty-fifth anniversary edition is a deluxe hardcover.
Baker Berry PN6727.K28 C47 2016
Cult film as a guide to life : fandom, adaptation, and identity
Hunter, I. Q., 1964- author
New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2016
Machine generated contents note: -- Preface -- Those satisfactions are permanent -- Beaver Las Vegas! a fan-boy's defence of Showgirls -- Meh -- Film studies goes to hell -- Cult adaptations -- Exploitation as adaptation -- Erotic inferno -- Tolkien dirty -- From adaptation to cinephilia: an intertextual odyssey -- A (psychogeographical) rough guide to The lost continent -- Cult film as a guide to life -- Conclusion: I was cured all right -- Notes -- Index.
"A collection of closely related essays on cult film, cult adaptations, and cultism as a way of life"--
Baker Berry PN1995.9.C84 H86 2016
Snowden : the only safe place is on the run
Fitzgerald, Kieran, screenwriter
New York, NY : Skyhorse Publishing, 
Baker Berry PN1997.2.S6324 F47 2016
Reading the silver screen : a film lover's guide to decoding the art form that moves
Foster, Thomas C., author
New York : Harper Perennial, 2016
Seeing is believing -- The camera does the thinking for us -- Shot, scene, sequence! -- Silence is golden -- In between the dark and the light -- Image is everything -- Near and far -- Art without color -- What happens during popcorn time -- Whose story is it? What what's his story? -- How many heads--and where are they? -- In the frame -- Highly generic -- Novels into films -- Movie magic -- You can't step into the same movies twice -- Listen to the music -- Figuratively speaking -- Masters of all that they survey -- Masters of all that they survey -- Put it to the test.
"No art form is as instantly and continuously gratifying as film. When the house lights go down and the lion roars, we settle in to be shocked, frightened, elated, moved, and thrilled. We expect magic. While we're being exhilarated and terrified, our minds are also processing data of all sorts--visual, linguistic, auditory, spatial--to collaborate in the construction of meaning. Thomas C. Foster's Reading the Silver Screen will show movie buffs, students of film, and even aspiring screenwriters and directors how to transition from merely being viewers to becoming accomplished readers of this great medium. Beginning with the grammar of film, Foster demonstrates how every art form has a grammar, a set of practices and if-then propositions that amount to rules. He goes on to explain how the language of film enables movies to communicate the purpose behind their stories and the messages they are striving to convey to audiences by following and occasionally breaking these rules. In Reading the Silver Screen, readers will gain the expertise and confidence to glean all they can from the movies they love,"--Amazon.com.
Baker Berry PN1995 .F647 2016
When in French : love in a second language
Collins, Lauren (Journalist)
New York : Penguin Press, 2016
The past perfect : le plus-que-parfait -- The imperfect : l'imparfait -- The past : le passé composé -- The present : le présent -- The conditional : le conditionnel -- The subjunctive : le subjonctif -- The future : le futur.
"A language barrier is no match for love. Lauren Collins discovered this firsthand when, in her early thirties, she moved to London and fell for a Frenchman named Olivier-- a surprising turn of events for someone who didn't have a passport until she was in college. But what does it mean to love someone in a second language? Collins wonders, as her relationship with Olivier continues to grow entirely in English. Are there things she doesn't understand about Olivier, having never spoken to him in his native tongue? Does 'I love you' even mean the same thing as 'je t'aime'? When the couple, newly married, relocates to Francophone Geneva, Collins-- fearful of one day becoming 'a Borat of a mother' who doesn't understand her own kids-- decides to answer her questions for herself by learning French. When in French is a laugh-out-loud funny and surprising memoir about the lengths we go to for love, as well as an exploration across culture and history into how we learn languages-- and what they say about who we are. Collins grapples with the complexities of the French language, enduring excruciating role-playing games with her classmates at a Swiss language school and accidentally telling her mother-in-law that she's given birth to a coffee machine. In learning French, Collins must wrestle with the very nature of French identity and society-- which, it turns out, is a far cry from life back home in North Carolina. Plumbing the mysterious depths of humanity's many forms of language, Collins describes with great style and wicked humor the frustrations, embarrassments, surprises, and, finally, joys of learning-- and living in-- French"--
Baker Berry PN4874.C646 A3 2016
Elipses : ensayos 1990-2016
Mayorga, Juan, author
Segovia : Ediciones La uÑa RoTa, 2016
Elipses de Benjamin -- La asignatura más iimportante -- Cultura global y barbarie global -- Necesidad de la sátira -- Un Quijote del siglo XX -- Europa gris: variaciones sobre un tema de Primo Levi -- Educar con Auschwitz -- En compañía de Reyes Mate -- El viejo más bello del mundo -- El Soldado Desconocido -- Violencia y olvido -- ¿Quién escribe estas palabras? -- Razón del teatro -- Los tres caminos del contrabandistas -- La humanidad y su doble -- Teatro y shock -- Experiencia -- Crisis y crítica -- El teatro es un arte político -- China demasiado tarde -- Ni una palabra más -- Conservación y creación: respuesta diferida a un actor chino -- El dramaturgo como historiador -- La representación teatral del Holocausto -- Muertos sin tumba -- El teatro histórico español -- El teatro piensa: el teatro da que pensar -- Teatro y psicolanálisis -- Teatro y escuela --
Baker Berry PN1631 .M296 2016
Theatre criticism : changing landscapes
London : Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2016
Baker Berry PN1707 .T455 2016
Le stéréotype : crise et transformations
Actes publiés sous la direction dÀlain Goulet
Caen : Press Universitaires de Caen, 1994
Baker Berry PN56.4 .S76 1994
Peterson, Scott, 1968- author
Burbank, CA : DC Comics, -
"Raised by her father to be the ultimate human weapon, Cassandra Cain is a fighter like no other. At only 17, the teenaged assassin takes down enemies three times her size without batting an eye. Her incredible skills come at a cost, however: unable to speak or write, Cassandra instead reads body language as naturally as breathing, an ability that makes her even deadlier. But after Batman witnesses her save the life of Commissioner Gordon during the events of "No Man's Land," the Dark Knight sees in Cassandra the successor to the Batgirl name. Now, under the tutelage of Barbara Gordon, the original Batgirl herself, Cassandra Cain must find a new purpose in keeping Gotham City safe, and make amends for her violent past. But can someone who was born to kill ever be worthy to take up the cowl of a fallen legend?"--Cover.
Baker Berry PN6728.B358 P752 2016
Avid reader : a life
Gottlieb, Robert, 1931- author
New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2016
Reading -- Learning -- Working: Simon and Schuster -- Working: Knopf -- Working: The New Yorker -- Working: Knopf redux -- Dancing -- Writing -- Living.
"The editor-in-chief of Simon & Schuster writes with wit and candor about becoming the editor of The New Yorker, and the challenges and satisfactions of running America's preeminent magazine,"--NoveList.
Baker Berry PN149.9.G68 A3 2016
La Description littéraire : anthologie de textes théoriques et critiques
Paris : Macula, ©1991
Baker Berry PN218 .D43 1991
Être écrivain : Création et identité
Heinich, Nathalie, author
Paris : Éditions La Découverte, 2000
Baker Berry PN151 .H438 2000
Dialogue : the art of verbal action for page, stage, screen
McKee, Robert, 1941- author
New York : Twelve, 2016
Preface: In praise of dialogue -- Part one: The art of dialogue. The full definition of dialogue ; The three functions of dialogue ; Expressivity I: content ; Expressivity II: form ; Expressivity III: technique -- Part two: Flaws and fixes. Introduction: six dialogue tasks ; Credibility flaws ; Language flaws ; Content flaws ; Design flaws -- Part three: Creating dialogue. Character-specific dialogue ; Four case studies -- Part four: Dialogue design. Story/scene/dialogue ; Balanced conflict ; Comic conflict ; Asymmetric conflict ; Indirect conflict ; Reflexive conflict ; Minimal conflict ; Mastering the craft.
"The long-awaited follow-up to the perennially bestselling writers' guide Story, from the most sought-after expert in the art of storytelling. Robert McKee's popular writing workshops have earned him an international reputation. The list of alumni with Oscars runs off the page. The cornerstone of his program is his singular book, Story, which has defined how we talk about the art of story creation. Now, in Dialogue, McKee offers the same in-depth analysis for how characters speak on the screen, on the stage, and on the page in believable and engaging ways. From Macbeth to Breaking Bad, McKee deconstructs key scenes to illustrate the strategies and techniques of dialogue. Dialogue applies a framework of incisive thinking to instruct the prospective writer on how to craft artful, impactful speech. Famous McKee alumni include Peter Jackson, Jane Campion, Geoffrey Rush, Paul Haggis, the writing team for Pixar, and many others,"--Amazon.com.
Baker Berry PN1551 .M46 2016
The making and influence of I am a fugitive from a chain gang
Nollen, Scott Allen, author
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2016
Introduction -- Robert Elliott Burns -- I am a fugitive from a Georgia chain gang! the memoir -- The making of the film -- The reception of the film -- Out of these chains: the continuing saga of Robert E. Burns and the Warner Bros. film -- The historic influence of the film.
"Robert E. Burns, a World War I veteran coerced into taking part in a petty crime, was sentenced to hard labor on a chain gang in 1922. This book traces the making and influence of the film--which launched a string of imitators--and the Burns brothers' efforts to obtain a pardon for Robert, which never came"--
Baker Berry PN1997.I13 N55 2016
Haunted : on ghosts, witches, vampires, zombies, and other monsters of the natural and supernatural worlds
Braudy, Leo, author
New Haven ; Yale University Press, 
Baker Berry PN56.S8 B73 2016
Sex & death : stories
edited by Sarah Hall and Peter Hobbs
[Toronto] : House of Anansi Press, 2016
Baker Berry PN6120.2 .S42 2016
The Modernist World
edited by Stephen Ross and Allana C. Lindgren
London ; Routledge, 2015
pt. 1. East and Southeast Asia -- pt. 2. South Asia -- pt. 3. Sub-Saharan Africa -- pt. 4. Australia and Oceania -- pt. 5. Europe -- pt. 6. Latin America -- pt. 7. Middle East and the Arab world -- pt. 8. The United States and Canada.
Baker Berry PN56.M54 M619 2015
Epitaphs : a dying art
edited by Samuel Fanous
Oxford : Bodleian Library, 2016
Epitaphs brings together more than 250 epitaphs from cemeteries, churchyards, monuments, and historical records. Some announce the cause of death with a surprisingly macabre sense of humor: "Here lies John Ross. Kicked by a hoss." Others wryly remind readers of their own impending mortality, such as a tombstone whose rhyming inscription reads "As I am now you will surely be. / Prepare thyself to follow me." In death as in life, many of the most famous writers were not at a loss for words. As tribute to a form of expression that is very much alive, Epitaphs collects some of the most intriguing examples, many of which perfectly encapsulate the person buried beneath them.
Baker Berry PN6291 .E65 2016
Green Arrow by Kevin Smith
Smith, Kevin, 1970- author
Burbank, CA : DC Comics, 
The Green Arrow is reborn.
Baker Berry PN6728.G725 S64 2016
The Nikopol trilogy
Bilal, Enki, author,
London : Titan Comics, 2016
For thirty years, Herakles Nikopol has floated alone in space, sentenced to cryopreservation. When he finally returns to Earth, the year is 2023, and the world has been ravaged by two nuclear wars! But the strangest change in the world floats above Paris a giant pyramid, home to the recently returned Egyptian Gods, who would like to reclaim humanity as theirs, if only they could all agree ...
Baker Berry PN6747.B54 T7513 2016
ドキュメンタリーは格闘技である : 原一男 VS 深作欣二, 今村昌平, 大島渚, 新藤兼人 / 原一男
原一男, 1945- author
Tōkyō : Chikuma Shobō, 2016
Baker Berry Japan PN1995.9.D6 H29 2016
Abierto por obras : ensayos sobre poética y crisis
Méndez Rubio, Antonio, 1967- author
Madrid : Libros de la Resistencia, 2016
La voz sin interior -- Una comunicación silenciosa -- El poema destructivo -- Cristal ciego -- El otro como nadie -- Después del fin.
Baker Berry PN1031 .M453 2016
Intrusos en el paraíso : los cineastas extranjeros en el cine cubano de los sesenta
García, Juan Antonio, 1964- author
Santiago de Cuba : Editorial Oriente, 2015
Baker Berry PN1995.9.C82 G37 2015
La piel quemada : cine y emigración
Moyano Zamora, Eduardo, 1952- author
Madrid : Ediciones De La Torre, 2016
Baker Berry PN1995.9.E44 M69 2016
Nollywood : the creation of Nigerian film genres
Haynes, Jonathan, author
Chicago ; The University of Chicago Press, 2016
Nigeria's Nollywood has rapidly grown into one of the world's largest film industries, radically altering media environments across Africa and in the diaspora; it has also become one of African culture's most powerful and consequential expressions, powerfully shaping how Africans see themselves and are seen by others. With this book, Jonathan Haynes provides an accessible and authoritative introduction to this vast industry and its film culture. Haynes describes the major Nigerian film genres and how they relate to Nigerian society its values, desires, anxieties, and social tensions as the country and its movies have developed together over the turbulent past two decades. As he shows, Nollywood is a form of popular culture; it produces a flood of stories, repeating the ones that mean the most to its broad audience. He interprets these generic stories and the cast of mythic figures within them: the long-suffering wives, the business tricksters, the Bible-wielding pastors, the kings in their traditional regalia, the glamorous young professionals, the emigrants stranded in New York or London, and all the rest. Based on more than twenty years of research, Haynes's survey of Nollywood's history and genres is unprecedented in scope, while his book also vividly describes landmark films, leading directors, and the complex character of this major branch of world cinema.
Baker Berry PN1995.67.N6 H39 2016
Continuity and crisis in German cinema, 1928-1936
edited by Barbara Hales, Mihaela Petrescu, and Valerie Weinstein
Rochester, New York : Camden House, 
Introduction / Barbara Hales, Mihaela Petrescu, and Valerie Weinstein -- Part 1. Politics -- "Timid heresies": Werner Hochbaum's Razzia in St. Pauli (1932) / Christian Rogowski -- Film as pedagogy in late Weimar and early Nazi cinema: the role of the street in mobilizing the Spectator / Bastian Heinsohn -- Part 2. The economy -- "A fairy tale for grown-ups": financial and cinematic crises in Die Koffer des Herrn O.F. (1931) / Paul Flaig -- "Denn Gold ist Gluck und Fluch dieser Welt": Examining the trope of "Gold" in Gold (1934) and Der Kaiser von Kalifornien (1936) / Owen Lyons -- Part 3. Concepts of race and ethnicity -- Degenerate disease and the doctors of death: racial hygiene film as propaganda in Weimar and Early Nazi Germany / Barbara Hales -- "White Jews" and dark continents: capitalist critique and its racial undercurrents in Detlef Sierck's April! April! (1935) / Valerie Weinstein -- Part 4. Genre cinema -- The Zigeunerdrama reloaded: Leni Riefenstahl's Fantasy gypsies and Sacrificial others / Anjeana Hans -- Regaining mobility: the Aviator in Weimar mountain films / Wilfried Wilms -- Part 5. Making cinema stars -- Brigitte Helm and Germany's star system in the 1920s and 1930s / Mihaela Petrescu -- Foreign attractions: Czech stars and ethnic masquerade / Kevin B. Johnson -- Part 6. Film Technologies -- Objects in Motion: Hans Richter's Vormittagsspuk (1928) and the crisis of avant- garde film / Brook Henkel -- Seeing crisis in Harry Piel's Ein unsichtbarer geht durch die stadt (1933) / Kalani Michell -- Part 7. German-international film relations -- Playing the European market: Marcel L'Herbier's L'Argent (1928), Ufa, and German-French film relations / Margrit Frolich -- A serious man? Ernst Lubitsch's anti-war film The Man I Killed (a.k.a. Broken Lullaby, USA 1932) / Richard McCormick.
Baker Berry PN1993.5.G3 C6595 2016
Multimodal film analysis : how films mean
Bateman, John A
New York : Routledge, 2012
Analysing film. Distinguishing the filmic contribution to meaning -- Examples of filmic "textual organisation" -- Redrawing boundaries -- Organisation of the book -- Semiotics and documents. Semiotics and its relations to film -- The nature of discourse semantics -- The film as cinematographic document -- A combined view: filmic documents for filmic discourse -- Constructing the semiotic mode of film. Semiotic multimodality -- The internal organisation of semiotic strata -- Composing and combining semiotic modes -- Materiality and "epistemological commitment" -- Christian Metz and the grande syntagmatique of the image track. The original model -- Two examples of analysis with the grande syntagmatique -- Revisions and rebuttals -- Foundations for analysis: filmic units. The basic units of film: preliminaries -- Audiovisual iconic representations -- Perception, perceptual realism and reliable measurement -- Multiplicity: from perception to discourse -- Filmic units revisited: discourse-motivated definitions -- The paradigmatic organisation of film. Beyond Metz: towards a grande paradigmatique -- Capturing discourse dependency structures in film -- The paradigmatic dimensions of projection, taxis and plane -- Two examples of paradigmatic analysis -- Summary and conclusions.
Baker Berry PN1995 .B2953 2012
Upstairs and downstairs : British costume drama television from the Forsyte Saga to Downton Abbey
edited by James Leggott, Julie Anne Taddeo
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Introduction -- Approaches to the Costume Drama. Pageantry and populism, democratization and dissent: the forgotten 1970s / Claire Monk -- History's Drama: Narrative Space in "Golden Age" British Television Drama / Tom Bragg -- "It's not clever, it's not funny, and it's not period!": Costume Comedy and British Television / James Leggott -- "It is but a glimpse of the world of fashion": British Costume Drama, Dickens, and Serialization / Marc Napolitano -- Neverending Stories?: The Paradise and the Period Drama Series / Benjamin Poore -- Epistolarity and Masculinity in Andrew Davies's Trollope Adaptations / Ellen Moody -- "What are we going to do with Uncle Arthur?": Music in the British Serialized Period Drama / Scott Strovas and Karen Beth Strovas -- The Costume Drama, History, and Heritage. British Historical Drama and the Middle Ages / Andrew B.R. Elliott -- Desacralizing the Icon: Elizabeth I and Television / Sabrina Alcorn Baron -- "It's not the navy" We don't stand back to stand upwards": The Onedin Line and the Changing Waters of British Maritime Identity / Mark Fryers -- Good-Bye to All That: Piece of Cake, Danger UXB, and the Second World War / A. Bowdoin Van Riper -- Upstairs, Downstairs (2010-2012) and Narratives of Domestic and Foreign Appeasement / Giselle Bastin -- Downton Abbey and heritage / Katherine Byrne -- Experimentation and Post-Heritage in Contemporary TV Drama: Parade's End / Stella Hockenhull -- The Costume Drama, Sexual Politics, and Fandom. "Why don't you take her?": Rape in the Poldark Narrative / Julie Anne Taddeo -- The Imaginative Power of Downton Abbey Fanfiction / Andrea Schmidt -- This Wonderful Commercial Machine: Gender, Class, and the Pleasures and Spectacle of Shopping in The Paradise and Mr. Selfridge / Andrea Wright -- Taking a Pregnant Pause: Interrogating the Feminist Potential of Call the -- Midwife / Louise FitzGerald -- Queer Lives: Representation and Reinterpretation in Upstairs, Downstairs and Downton Abbey / Lucy Brown -- Troubled by Violence: Transnational Complexity and the Critique of Masculinity in Ripper Street / Elke Weissmann.
Baker Berry PN1992.8.H56 U68 2015
Canonical texts and scholarly practices : a global comparative approach
edited by Anthony Grafton and Glenn W. Most
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2016
How to do things with texts: an introduction Anthony Grafton and Glenn W. Most -- 1. Reliable books: Islamic law, canonization, and manuscripts in the Ottoman Empire (Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries) / Guy Burak (New York University) -- 2. Obscurity / Ineke Sluiter (University of Leiden) -- 3. Allegoresis and etymology / Glenn W. Most (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa/University of Chicago) -- 4. Classifying the Rigveda on the basis of ritual usage: the deity-of-the-formula system / Paolo Visigalli (University of Munich) -- 5. Maryadam Ullanghya: The boundaries of interpretation in Early Modern India / Christopher Minkowski (University of Oxford) -- 6. Making sense of Suetonius in the Twelfth Century / Robert A. Kaster (Princeton University) -- 7. From Philology to Philosophy: Zhu Xi as a reader-annotator / Lianbin Dai (Harvard University) -- 8. Gods on clay: Ancient Near Eastern scholarly practices and the history of religions / Aaron Tugendhaft (University of Chicago) -- 9. An unknown Medieval Coptic Hebraism? On a momentous junction of Jewish and Coptic biblical studies / Ronny Vollandt (Free University of Berlin) -- 10. Picturing as practice: placing a square above a square in the Central Middle Ages / Megan McNamee (University of Michigan) -- 11. Inimitable sources: canonical texts and rhetorical theory in the Greek, Latin, Arabic, and Hebrew Traditions / Filippomaria Pontani (University of Venice) -- 12. Excerpts versus fragments: deconstructions and reconstitutions of the Excerpta Constantiniana / András Németh (Vatican Apostolic Library) -- 13. Johann Buxtorf makes a notebook / Anthony Grafton (Princeton University) and Joanna Weinberg (University of Oxford) -- 14. World bibliographies: libraries and the reorganization of knowledge in Late Renaissance Europe / Paola Molino (University of Vienna).
Baker Berry PN81 .C275 2016
TV (the book) : two experts pick the greatest American shows of all time
Sepinwall, Alan, 1973- author
New York : Grand Central Publishing, 2016
The great debate: how do you pick the best show of all time? -- The inner circle -- No-doubt-about-it classics -- Groundbreakers and workhorses -- Outlier classics -- Works in progress -- A certain regard -- Miniseries -- TV-movies -- Live plays made for television.
"While working at the Newark Star-Ledger, Matt Zoller Seitz and Alan Sepinwall created a popular column debating the merits of then-current television. Eventually they went on to successful careers as critics elsewhere, but the debate raged on and now comes to an epic conclusion in TV (THE BOOK). Alan and Matt have established The Pantheon of top TV shows using a complex, obsessively all-encompassing ranking system by which to order and stack them up against each other. With a mix of lively entries on critically acclaimed and commercially successful classics such as Seinfeld, The Sopranos, Star Trek, The Simpsons and Twin Peaks and illuminating essays on short-lived favorites such as Taxi, Freaks and Geeks, and My So-Called Life, TV (THE BOOK) is sure to spark conversation and debate among readers. TV (THE BOOK) is a must-have for long-time television and film buffs and for young enthusiasts who, fresh off their latest Netflix binge, are looking to expand their knowledge of the medium and wondering what show to start streaming next"--
Baker Berry PN1992.8.S4 S3985 2016
Humor and satire on contemporary television : animation and the American joke
Ezell, Silas Kaine, author
Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2016
Preface and acknowledgments -- Irony and incongruity in American humor -- Frontiers, suburbs, politics, and poop: setting, episodic structure, and the American carnivalesque in the Southwest humorists and animated television programs -- No laughing matter: the relationship between American humor and American collective memory and history -- African-American multiculturalism in The PJs and The Boondocks -- The unkindest cut: animated television programs and postmodernism -- Conclusion: Irony and nihilism: postmodern, or American?
Baker Berry PN1992.8.A59 E94 2016
Gestures of testimony : torture, trauma, and affect in literature
Richardson, Michael, 1980- author
New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2016
Introduction: Gesturing the Unrepresentable -- Tortured Bodies -- Reading Torture -- Seeing Torture -- Writing Trauma -- Witnessing and the Poetics of Trauma -- Writing Torturous Affect -- Conclusion: Speaking Beyond Words.
"After 9/11, the United States became a nation that sanctioned torture. Detainees across the globe were waterboarded, deprived of sleep, beaten by guards, blasted with deafening music and forced into obscene acts. Their torture presents a profound problem for literature: torturous pain and its traumatic aftermath have long been held to destroy language, shatter experience, and refuse representation. Challenging accepted thinking, Gestures of Testimony: Torture, Trauma, and Affect in Literature asks how literature might bear witness to the tortures of a war waged against fear itself. Bringing the vibrant field of affect theory to bear on theories of torture and power, Richardson adopts an interdisciplinary approach to show how testimony founded in affect can bear witness to torture and its traumas. Grounded in provocative readings of fiction by George Orwell, Franz Kafka, Arthur Koestler, Anne Michaels and Janette Turner Hospital, poems by Guantanamo detainees, memoirs of interrogators and detainees, contemporary films, and the Torture Memos of the Bush Administration, the analysis traverses politics, law and cinema to re-think literary testimony. Drawing upon some of the most influential thinkers of recent times on power, affect, trauma and torture, the book does more than critique culture and literature: it proposes new practices of literary witnessing. Gestures of Testimony gives shape to a mode of gestural testimony, a reaching beyond the page in the writing of torture in fiction that reveals the shape, depth and intensity of violent trauma-even as it embodies its veiling."--
Baker Berry PN56.T62 R53 2016
Literature and animal studies
Ortiz-Robles, Mario, 1964- author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, 2016
What is it like to be a trope? -- Equids (might and right) -- Canids (companionship, cunning, domestication) -- Songbirds (poetry and environment) -- Felids (enigma and fur) -- Animal revolutions (allegory and politics).
"Why do animals talk in literature? In this provocative book, Mario Ortiz Robles tracks the presence of animals across an expansive literary archive to argue that literature cannot be understood as a human endeavor apart from its capacity to represent animals. Focusing on the literary representation of familiar animals, including horses, dogs, cats, and songbirds, Ortiz Robles examines the various tropes literature has historically employed to give meaning to our fraught relations with other animals. Beyond allowing us to imagine the lives of non-humans, literature can make a lasting contribution to Animal Studies, an emerging discipline within the humanities, by showing us that there is something fictional about our relation to animals. Literature and Animal Studies combines a broad mapping of literary animals with detailed readings of key animal texts to offer a new way of organizing literary history that emphasizes genera over genres and a new way of classifying animals that is premised on tropes rather than taxa. The book makes us see animals and our relation to them with fresh eyes and, in doing so, prompts us to review the role of literature in a culture that considers it an endangered art form." -- Publisher's description
Baker Berry PN56.A64 O78 2016
A life in parts
Cranston, Bryan, 1956- author
New York : Scribner, 2016
Bryan Cranston landed his first role at seven, when his father cast him in a United Way commercial. Acting was clearly the boy's destiny, until one day his father disappeared. Destiny suddenly took a backseat to survival. Now Cranston maps his zigzag journey from abandoned son to beloved star by recalling the many odd parts he's played in real life: paperboy, farmhand, security guard, dating consultant, murder suspect, dock loader, lover, husband, father. Cranston also chronicles his evolution on camera, from soap opera player trying to master the rules of show business to character actor turning in classic performances as Seinfeld dentist Tim Whatley, 'a sadist with newer magazines, ' and Malcolm in the Middle dad Hal Wilkerson, a lovable bumbler in tighty-whities. He also gives an inspiring account of how he prepared, physically and mentally, for the challenging role of President Lyndon Johnson, a tour de force that won him a Tony to go along with his four Emmys. Of course, Cranston dives deep into the grittiest details of his greatest role, explaining how he searched inward for the personal darkness that would help him create one of the most memorable performances ever captured on screen: Walter White, chemistry teacher turned drug kingpin. Cranston has much to say about creativity, devotion, and craft, as well as innate talent and its challenges and benefits and proper maintenance. But ultimately A Life in Parts is a story about the joy, the necessity, and the transformative power of simple hard work.
Baker Berry PN2287.C657 A3 2016
Star Trek : the human frontier
Barrett, Michèle, author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2017
Introduction: earthrise -- The starry sea -- Humanity on trial -- The post-modern tack -- Conclusion: exhuming the human -- Supplemental: "getting from there to here."
Baker Berry PN1992.8.S74 B38 2017
New Deal cowboy : Gene Autry and public diplomacy
Duchemin, Michael, 1959- author
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 
Introduction: America's Ace Cowboy -- Country-Western Hybrid Music -- Musical-Western Hybrid Film -- New Deal, New West -- The Second New Deal -- The Good Neighbor Policy -- Western Hemisphere Idea -- Youth's Model, 1940 -- Sergeant Gene Autry -- Conclusion: New Deal Cowboy.
"Examines Gene Autry's use of recordings, personal appearances, rodeo, radio, film, and television to create a major entertainment personality and public diplomat. Autry utilized his persona to publicly support Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal and foreign policy initiatives leading up to World War II. Duchemin shows the connections between popular culture, political policy, and public diplomacy that emerged in the 1930s"--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry PN2287.A9 D83 2016
Critics, monsters, fanatics, and other literary essays
Ozick, Cynthia, author
Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2016
"In a collection that includes new essays written explicitly for this volume, one of our sharpest and most influential critics confronts the past, present, and future of literary culture. If every outlet for book criticism suddenly disappeared -- if all we had were reviews that treated books like any other commodity -- could the novel survive? In a gauntlet-throwing essay at the start of this brilliant assemblage, Cynthia Ozick stakes the claim that, just as surely as critics require a steady supply of new fiction, novelists need great critics to build a vibrant community on the foundation of literary history. For decades, Ozick herself has been one of our great critics, as these essays so clearly display. She offers models of critical analysis of writers from the mid-twentieth century to today, from Saul Bellow, Bernard Malamud, and Kafka, to William Gass and Martin Amis, all assembled in provocatively named groups: Fanatics, Monsters, Figures, and others. Uncompromising and brimming with insight, these essays are essential reading for anyone facing the future of literature in the digital age"--
Baker Berry PN81 .O95 2016
The 60th Robert Flaherty film seminar : turning the inside out, June 14-20, 2014, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY
editor, Anita Reher
New York : Flaherty/International Film Seminars, ©2014
Baker Berry PN1993.4 .F63 2014
张丽军, 1972- author
"样板戏"在乡土中国的接受美学研究 = Yangbanxi zai xiangtu Zhongguo de jieshou meixue yanjiu / 张丽军著
Beijing Shi : Ren min chu ban she, 2014
Baker Berry East Asian PN2874 .Z44 2014
More Doctor Who and philosophy : regeneration time
edited by Courtland Lewis and Paula Smithka
Chicago : Open Court, 2015
Baker Berry PN1992.77.D6273 M67 2015
Transnational orientalisms in contemporary Spanish and Latin American cinema
edited by Michele C. Dávila Gonçalves
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016
1. The Latin dragon: the remasculization of the "Oriental" male in Marko Zaror's films / Moisés Park -- 2. Orientalist rhetoric in 'Un cuento chino' and 'Biutiful': is it possible to turn the discourse on itself? / Kenneth Reeds -- 3. "My home is your home": the Maghreb intersectionality in 'Retorno a Hansala' by Chus Gutiérrez / Fátima Serra -- 4. The "Oriental" subject in Brazil's melting pot: portrayals of Jewishness in 'O ano em que meus pais saíram de férias' / Michele C. Dávila Gonçalves.
The transnational representation of the "Oriental" subject, namely Arabs and Jews, Chinese and other ethnic groups that have migrated to Spain and Latin America, is now being seen anew in both literature and cinema. This book examines the new ways of seeing and interpreting both the Middle East and the East in contemporary films, in which many of the immigrants traditionally omitted from the dominant narratives are able to present the trauma, memories and violence of their exile and migration. As such, this volume explores the representation of those single and doubly marginalized groups in contemporary Spanish and Latin American cinema, analysing how films from Spain, Mexico, Chile, Brazil and Argentina portray transnational subjects from a wide spectrum of the "Orient" world, including Maghrebs from North Africa, and Palestinian, Jewish, Chinese, and Korean peoples. The old stereotypical orientalist ways of seeing these groups are beginning to change to a more authentic representation, although, in some cases, they may still reside in the subtext of films.--
Baker Berry PN1993.5.S7 T725 2016
Visualizing Jewish narrative : Jewish comics and graphic novels
edited by Derek Parker Royal
London : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2016
Baker Berry PN6714 .V57 2016
Tim Burton : the iconic filmmaker and his work
Nathan, Ian, author
London : Aurum Press, 2016
Baker Berry PN1998.3.B875 N38 2016
The Alfred Hitchcock encyclopedia
Whitty, Stephen, 1959- author
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Baker Berry PN1998.3.H58 W55 2016
Neorealism and the "new" Italy : compassion in the development of Italian identity
Konewko, Simonetta Milli, author
New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 
Baker Berry PN1993.5.I88 K58 2016
The good, the tough & the deadly : action movies and stars, 1960s-present
Moore, David J. (Writer on film), author
Atglen, PA Schiffer Publishing Ltd, 
This massive study on action movies and stars from around the world, from the 1960s to the present, is filled with more than a thousand in-depth movie reviews that cover every action star who's crossed over from the world of martial arts, sports, professional wrestling, and stunt work. Exploding with beautiful images, exclusive interviews, and a thorough action star index, this one-of-a-kind movie reference book and comprehensive fan guide features reviews by the author, Zack Carlson (Destroy All Movies!!! The Complete Guide to Punks on Film), Vern (Seagalogy: A Study of the Ass-Kicking Films of Steven Seagal and Yippie Ki-Yay Moviegoer!), Mike McBeardo McPadden (Heavy Metal Movies and Going All the Way: The Ultimate Guide to Teen Sex Comedies of the VHS Era), and several others. It is a quintessential tribute to the men and women who have left their mark in the action and martial arts film genres.
Baker Berry PN1995.9.A3 M66 2016
The Fun family
Frisch, Benjamin, author,
Marietta, GA : Top Shelf Productions, 
Beloved cartoonist Robert Fun has earned a devoted following for his circular daily comic strip, celebrating the wholesome American family by drawing inspiration from his real home life ... but the Fun Family bears some dark secrets. As their idyllic world collapses and the kids are forced to pick up the pieces, will their family circle become a broken mirror, or a portal to a nightmare world? In his debut graphic novel, Benjamin Frisch presents a surreal deconstruction of childhood, adulthood, and good old American obsession.
Baker Berry PN6727.F757 F86 2016
This is a Thriller : an episode guide, history and analysis of the classic 1960s television series
Warren, Alan, 1952-
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, [©2004]
Baker Berry PN1992.77.T564 W37 2004
The cinematic challenge : filming colonial America
Harty, John P., Jr., author
Minneapolis : Langdon Street Press, 
Volume 1. The golden age, 1930-1950
Baker Berry PN1995.9.H5 H37 2016
Queer sexualities in early film : cinema and male-male intimacy
Brown, Shane, author
London : I.B. Tauris, 2016
Baker Berry PN1995.9.H55 B76 2016
From the headlines to Hollywood : the birth and boom of Warner Bros
Yogerst, Chris, 1983- author
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Early Warner Bros. history -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: establishing dominance 1927-1930 -- Doorway to the depression: 1930 -- Gangsters, dames, and controversy: 1931 -- From the depot to the chain gang: 1932 -- Sexy dames, musicals, and angry catholics: 1933 -- Flirting with censors: 1934 -- G-men and censor-friendly heroes: 1935-36 -- Legions on the horizon: 1937 -- Moguls with angry faces: 1938 -- Confessions of Leon Turrou and changing attitudes of war: 1939-1940 -- Conclusion: 1941 and the march of war.
This book looks at how the Warner Bros. studio used edgy, stylistic, and brutally honest films to construct a view of America from 1927-1941. Author Chris Yogerst looks at how the Warner Bros. films during this period represented important cultural and social changes-from the coming of sound in film, the Great Depression, the rise of crime, and the increased concern about fascism leading up to World War II.
Baker Berry PN1999.W3 Y64 2016
Grindhouse : cultural exchange on 42nd Street, and beyond
edited by Austin Fisher and Johnny Walker
New York : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Inc, 2016
Machine generated contents note: -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: 42nd Street, and Beyond -- Austin Fisher and Johnny Walker -- Chapter 1 -- Grinding out the Grindhouse: Exploitation, Myth and Memory -- Glenn Ward -- Chapter 2 -- Where Did We Come In?: The Economics of Unruly Audiences, Their Cinemas and Tastes, From Serial Houses to Grind Houses. -- Phyll Smith -- Chapter 3 -- Temporary Fleapits and Scabs' Alley:The Theatrical Dissemination of Italian Cannibal Films in Melbourne, Australia -- Dean Brandum -- Chapter 4 -- Run, Angel, Run: Serial Production and the Biker Movie, 1966-72 -- Peter Stanfield -- Chapter 5 -- "The Smashing, Crashing, Pileup of the Century": The Carsploitation Film -- Robert J Read -- Chapter 6 -- Cars and Girls (and Burgers and Weed): Branding, Mainstreaming, and Crown International Pictures' SoCal Drive-in Movies -- Richard Nowell -- Chapter 7 -- From "Sex Entertainment for the Whole Family" to Mature Pictures: I Jomfruens Tegn and Transnational Erotic Cinema -- Kevin Heffernan -- Chapter 8 -- 'Bigger Than A Payphone, Smaller Than A Cadillac': Porn Stardom in Exhausted: John C Holmes The Real Story -- Neil Jackson -- Chapter 9 -- From Opera House to Grindhouse (And Back Again): Ozploitation In and Beyond Australia -- Alexandra Heller-Nicholas -- Chapter 10 -- Go West, Brother: the Politics of Landscape in the Blaxploitation Western -- Austin Fisher -- Chapter 11 -- Red Power, White Movies: Billy Jack, Johnny Firecloud, and the Cultural Politics of the "Indiansploitation" Cycle -- David Church -- Chapter 12 -- Sleazy Strip-Joints and Perverse Porn Circuses: The Remediation of Grindhouse in the Porn Productions of Jack the Zipper -- Clarissa Smith -- Select Bibliography -- Contributors.
"Examines, with historically informed nuance, the myriad routes of cultural influence that converged in the American 'grindhouse' phenomenon and its aftermath"--
Baker Berry PN1995.9.S284 G75 2016
Euro-visions : Europe in contemporary cinema
Liz, Mariana, author
New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2016
Machine generated contents note: -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Textual note -- Introduction: Europe and European cinema -- Chapter 1: The idea of Europe: when, what and who -- Chapter 2: The MEDIA Programme: framing European cinema -- Chapter 3: European history, European memory: trauma and celebration between the nation and the globe -- Chapter 4: This is Europe: from tourist haven to secured fortress -- Conclusion: cinematic visions of Europe -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Filmography.
"Examines the meaning of Europe in contemporary art-house and popular films from across the continent"--
Baker Berry PN1993.5.E85 L59 2016
Mary Astor's purple diary : the great American sex scandal of 1936
Sorel, Edward, 1929- author
New York : Liveright Publishing Company, a division of W.W. Norton & Company, 
In 1936 newspapers were ablaze with a scandalous child custody trial taking place in Hollywood and starring the actress Mary Astor; the story pushed Hitler and Franco off the front pages. George S. Kaufman, then the most successful playwright on Broadway and a married man to boot, had been Astor's lover. The scandal revolved around Marys diary, which her ex-husband, Dr. Franklyn Thorpe, had found when they were still together. Mary, he claimed, had not only kept a tally of all her extramarital affairs but graded them-- and he already alerted the press in order to obtain a divorce and get custody of their daughter. Sorel provides all the juicy details of this particular slice of Hollywood Babylon, including Mary's life as a child star, and her teenage love affair with the much older John Barrymore.
Baker Berry PN2287.A8 S67 2016
The Cambridge companion to literature and religion
edited by Susan M. Felch
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Introduction / Susan M. Felch -- Theological Reading / Rowan Williams -- Confessional Reading / James Matthew Wilson -- Postsecular Reading / Zhange Ni -- Ethics /Susan M. Felch -- Dwelling / Julia Reinhard Lupton -- Imagination / Matthew Potts -- Sacrifice / Michon M. Matthiesen -- Repetition / Susannah Brietz Monta -- Hinduism / Cleo Kearns -- Buddhism / Richard K. Payne -- Judaism / Susan Handelman -- Eastern Orthodoxy / Lori Branch and Ioana Patuleanu -- Roman Catholicism / Paul J. Contino -- Islam / Mustansir Mir -- Protestantism / Willie James Jennings -- World Christianity / Susan VanZanten.
Baker Berry PN49 .C3557 2016
BD western : histoire d'un genre
Villerbu, Tangi, author
Paris : Éditions Karthala, 
Baker Berry PN6745 .V55 2015
Écritures de l'engagement par temps de mondialisation
Chaudet, Chloé, author
Paris : Classiques Garnier, 2016
"Loin d'être dépassée, la notion d'engagement reste, au prix de certains élargissements, efficace et fructueuse pour penser la littérature. Partant de l'évolution, au cours de la seconde moitié du XXe siècle, de discours cristallisés par Jean-Paul Sartre, cet ouvrage propose une typologie de l'engagement littéraire contemporain à l'échelle internationale. Par une étude sociocritique, il confronte les modalités de l'engagement de neuf auteur.e.s, dont les oeuvres ont pu apparaître sulfureuses (P. Handke, S. Rushdie), dont les postures politiques ont été honorées par le prix Nobel de littérature (J. M. G. Le Clézio, T. Morrison, O. Pamuk), ou dont les luttes et visées humanistes méritent d'être mieux connues (W. Dirie, T. Nasreen, B. Okri, L. Septilveda)."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry PN51 .C43 2016
Bandes dessinées et religions : des cases et des dieux
Paris : Éditions Karthala, 
"La BD a souvent mis en scène des croyances ou pratiques religieuses. Certains auteurs se contentent de faire écho à la culture ambiante. Mais d'autres nourrissent une réflexion sur la foi ou sur l'histoire des structures confessionnelles. D'autres enfin font oeuvre prosélyte, cherchent à convaincre par le biais des cases et des bulles. De tels liens suscitent de multiples interrogations. Quelles limites peuvent imposer aux dessinateurs et aux scénaristes les canons d'un culte ou un clergé? Quelles solutions adoptent les auteurs pour faire entrer le spirituel dans la logique des strips et des planches? Comment une "nouvelle BD", plus adulte et plus irrévérencieuse, renouvelle-t-elle le traitement des sujets religieux? Cet ouvrage entend aborder de telles questions de la manière la plus large possible. On y évoquera en effet l'école franco-belge, mais aussi les comics, les mangas, et des productions moins connues, comme les BD arabes et turques, israéliennes, africaines. De même, diverses religions seront prises en compte : le christianisme, l'islam, le judaïsme, le bouddhisme, mais aussi un prophétisme africain comme le kimbanguisme."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry PN6712 .B36 2016
Re-imagining DEFA : East German cinema in its national and transnational contexts
edited by Sean Allan and Sebastian Heiduschke
New York : Berghahn Books, 2016
By the time the Berlin Wall collapsed, the cinema of the German Democratic Republic-to the extent it was considered at all-was widely regarded as a footnote to European film history, with little of enduring value. Since then, interest in East German cinema has exploded, inspiring innumerable festivals, books, and exhibits on the GDR's rich and varied filmic output. In Re-Imagining DEFA, leading international experts take stock of this vibrant landscape and plot an ambitious course for future research, one that considers other cinematic traditions, brings genre and popular works into the fold, and encompasses DEFA's complex post-unification "afterlife."
Baker Berry PN1999.D4 R45 2016
Disposable passions : vintage pornography and the material legacies of adult cinema
Church, David, 1982- author
New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2016
Machine generated contents note: -- List of figures -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Eroticizing the degraded past: stag films, cinephilia, and the marketing of necro-erotic desire -- Ephemerality between fantasy and reality: sexploitation, fan magazines, and the adults-only film and publishing industries -- "Whatever happened to Gigi Darlene?" object lessons for a disappearing and reappearing corpus -- Preservational ethics, cultural distinctions, and vintage pornoisseurship in the internet age -- Conclusion.
"Through changes in archival and industrial practices, the very pastness of vintage pornographic cinema becomes a source of both eroticism and cultural conflict"--
Baker Berry PN1995.9.S45 D38 2016
New queer Sinophone cinema : local histories, transnational connections
Pecic, Zoran, 1981- author
London : Palgrave Macmillan, 
Baker Berry PN1995.9.H55 P43 2016
TV peaks : Twin Peaks and modern television drama
Halskov, Andreas, 1981- author
Odense M : University Press of Southern Denmark, 2015
Peaks and waves in television history -- Twin Peaks and the concept of quality TV -- The Scandinavian connection : Twin Peaks in Scandinavia -- Epilogue: that gum you like...
" 'TV peaks : Twin Peaks and modern television drama' explores the last 25 years of American and Scandinavian television and argues that Twin Peaks was a game changer pointing to a more transgressive, genre-bending and serialized type of TV drama"--
Baker Berry PN1992.77.T88 H35 2015
How to "make-up" : a practical guide to the art of "making-up," for amateurs, &c
Haresfoot and rouge
London ; Samuel French, ©1877
Rauner Rare Book PN2068 .H3 1877
A dictionary of classical Greek quotations
edited by Marinos Yeroulanos ; foreword by Oliver Taplin
London : I.B. Tauris, 2016
Baker Berry Ref PN6080 .D53 2016
Women I've undressed
Orry-Kelly, 1897-1964, author
London : Allen & Unwin, 2016
Baker Berry PN1995.9.C56 O77 2016
This is a book about The Kids in the Hall
Semley, John, author
Toronto, ON : ECW Press, 
Baker Berry PN2307 .S46 2016
Aquí vivió : historia de un desahucio
Rosa Camacho, Isaac, 1974- author
Barcelona : Nube de Tinta : 2016
Baker Berry PN6727.R67 A68 2016
Diseccionando a Adán : representaciones audiovisuales de la masculinidad
Francisco A. Zurian (coord
Madrid, Spain : Síntesis, 2015
Baker Berry PN1005.9 .M34 D57 2015
The encyclopedia of Japanese horror films
edited by Salvador Murguia
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Baker Berry PN1995.9.H6 E53 2016
Minor characters have their day : genre and the contemporary literary marketplace
Rosen, Jeremy, author
New York : Columbia University Press, 2016
Introduction: three axes of genre study -- Active readers and flexible forms: the emergence of minor-character elaboration, 1966-1971 -- The real and imaginary politics of minor character elaboration, 1983-2014 -- "An insatiable market" for minor characters: genre in the contemporary literary marketplace -- The logic of characters' virtual lives -- Coda: genre as telescopic method.
Baker Berry PN3411 .R67 2016
Staging France between the World Wars : performance, politics, and the transformation of the theatrical canon
McCready, Susan, 1970- author
Lanham : Lexington Books, 
Introduction -- Subject to interpretation -- Mobilizing the canon -- Molière -- Racine et Shakespeare -- The romantics -- Hitting the mainstream -- Conclusion.
Baker Berry PN2635 .M37 2016
Historias de Lavapiés : Guion literario de al película homónima escrita y dirigida por
Luque, Ramón, 1968- screenwriter,
Valencia : Aduana Vieja, 2016
Prólogo: Sobre 'Historias de Lavapiés' / José Iglesias Blandón -- Historias de Lavapiés (Guion literario) / Ramón Luque -- Anexo: Imágenes del rodaje y la promoción de la película.
"Lavapiés es un barrio del centro de Madrid lleno de contrastes y donde cada día suceden historias de todo tipo. Vidas de personas normales pero diferentes entre sí. Como la de Ernesto, un polémico profesor quien junto a Amanda, una compañera, tendrá que lidiar con el difícil día a día de un colegio del barrio. Por otro lado, Ernesto tiene una asistenta, Mariela, que vive una situación de precariedad laboral y un amigo, Juan, enamorado de una prostituta. Además casa noche, en la puerta de su casa, Ernesto se encuentra con un misterioso vagabundo. Y de fondo, el recuerdo de un triste asesinato cometido meses atrás"--Premios Goya.
Baker Berry PN1997.2 .H57 2016
Directory of world cinema. China. 2
edited by Gary Bettinson
Bristol, UK : Intellect, 2015
Baker Berry PN1993.5.C55 D57 2015
DeConnick, Kelly Sue, author
Berkeley, CA : Image Comics, -
V. 1. The Shrike -- v. 2. The bear
Presents the collecting opening arc of author's series that marries the magical realism of Sandman with the western brutality of Preacher. This book tells a tale of retribution as beautifully lush as it is unflinchingly savage.
Baker Berry PN6728.P684 D43 2014
Kurosawa's Rashomon : a vanished city, a lost brother, and the voice inside his iconic films
Anderer, Paul, author
New York, NY : Pegasus Books, 2016
Prologue -- The gate -- Primal scenes -- Beginnings (a stray dog story) -- Confessions -- The benshi -- Labyrinth -- The witnesses, and the silence -- A tale of the brothers Kurosawa -- The other Akutagawa -- Slow motion -- The trial -- Requiem/rebirth.
A groundbreaking investigation into the early life of the iconic Akira Kurosawa in connection to his most famous film -- taking us deeper into the Kurosawa and his world.
Baker Berry PN1998.3.K87 A73 2016
Unbuttoned : the art and artists of theatrical costume design
Pollatsek, Shura, author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2017
Baker Berry PN2067 .P65 2017
The Hollywood trust : trade associations and the rise of the studio system
Afra, Kia, 1976- author
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Introduction: from the MPPC to the MPPDA: how competition and collaboration forged an industry -- Abbreviations -- Prelude to association: censorship, antitrust, and the industry's public relations campaign in 1915 -- The Motion Picture Board of Trade: consensus and division within the ranks (September 1915-June 1916) -- NAMPI and the prewar period (July 1916-March 1917) -- NAMPI in wartime (April 1917 -- November 1918) -- NAMPI in the postwar era (December 1918-December 1920) -- NAMPI's decline (January 1921-March 1922) -- The MPPDA's foundational period (March 1922-December 1924) -- The MPPDA, Wall Street, and theater circuits (1925-1926) -- Testing the limits of expansion: The department of Justice and Federal Trade Commision confront Hollywood (1927-1928) -- Conclusion: from The Edison Trust to the Hollywood majors: trade organizations and historiography.
Baker Berry PN1993.5.U65 A37 2016
Almada Negreiros, José de, 1893-1970
Lisboa : Ática, 2015
Baker Berry PN5330.O77 A46 2015
Os órfãos do Orpheu
Porto : Fundação Eng. António de Almeida, 2015
Baker Berry PN5330.O77 S37 2015
Berlin : Reprodukt, 2014
Baker Berry PN6757.M38 K56 2014
Literatur-machen. II : Literatur und ihre Vermittler
Erwin Krottenthaler, José F.A. Oliver (Herausgeber) ; Artur Becker and nine others
Dresden : Voland & Quist, 2015
Literatur und Gedächtnis / Ursula Krechel -- Literatur und Zeitgeist / Nicolas Mahler -- Literatur und Rhythmus / Nora Gomringer -- Literatur und Religion / Josef Winkler -- Literatur und Selbstdarstellung / Alban Nikolai Herbst -- Literatur und Indentität / Artur Becker -- Literatur und Sex(ualität) / Tobias Elsäßer -- Literatur und Professionalität / Katharina Hacker -- Literatur und Originalität / Björn Bicker -- Literatur und Naivität / Nuran David Calis.
Baker Berry PN151 .L56 2015
Théorie des marges littéraires
sous la direction de Philippe Forest et Michelle Szkilnik
[Nantes] : Éditions Cécile Defaut, ©2005
Baker Berry PN56.M27 J68 2004
Edição de risco. 2 : cartuns, charges, quadrinhos, caricaturas e ilustrações
GRAFAR, Grafistas Associados do RS
Porto Alegre, RS : Tinta da China ; 2014
Alexandre Carvalho -- Alexandre Oliveira -- Alexandre Torrano -- Alisson Affonso -- André Macedo -- Bier -- Bira Dantas -- Byrata -- Cado -- Cristiano Teles -- Donga -- Doutor Insekto -- Elias -- Eugênio Neves -- Everton Cosme -- Fill Chapelleta -- Gilmar Fraga -- Greice Pozzatto & Henrique Madeira -- Hals -- Icio -- Ivonei Peraça & Wagner Passos -- Joel Almeida -- Kayser -- Leandro Dóro -- Máucio -- Moa -- Renata Ibis -- Rodrigo Chaves -- Schröder -- Silvio Silveira -- Ubiratan Carlos Gomes -- Vecente.
Baker Berry PN6790.B72 E352 2014
Pensée de l'archipel et lieux de passage
Dominique Faria (dir.) ; introduction Éric Fougère
Paris : Pétra, 2016
"Douze auteurs ont ici pour ambition de penser l'archipel : ensemble dites. Au delà de la réalité géographique, en particulier des Açores, on découvre une entité complexe où l'imaginaire et la rationalité font jouer simultanément le pluriel et l'unité, la discontinuité fragmentaire et la contiguïté réticulaire. On pensera l'archipel en tant qu'il aide à penser le monde. Une diversité d'approches alterne ainsi les archipels philosophiques, artistiques, ethnologiques et littéraires en multipliant les croisements possibles et les rapprochements nécessaires entre les îles que nous sommes et la relation qui nous invente."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry PN56.I7 P46 2016
Iglesia y primer franquismo a través del cine (1939-1959)
Antonio Manuel Moral Roncal, Ricardo Colmenero Martínez (coords.)
Alcalá de Henares : Universidad de Alcalá, Servicio de Publicaciones, 
Postwar marked a period of social Catholic restoration for Spain, and at the same time the beginning of a new phase in national cinema based on diverse themes of inquietude. A new period for the relationship between catholicism and cinema had been established.
Baker Berry PN1993.5.S7 I35 2015
To Pixar and beyond : my unlikely journey with Steve Jobs to make entertainment history
Levy, Lawrence author
Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2016
"After Steve Jobs was unceremoniously dismissed from Apple in the early 1990's, while building his failed competitor NeXT, he made a side bet to develop a little-known, barely profitable video graphics company called Pixar. One day, out of the blue, Jobs called Lawrence Levy, a Harvard-trained attorney, in the hope that Jobs could somehow persuade Levy to join forces with him in his quest to energize Pixar. Somehow, despite Pixar's very modest beginnings, Levy, Jobs, and studio chief Ed Catmull, were able to shape it into the world's most creative motion picture company. This is Levy's account of those early beginnings at Pixar, of his friendship with Jobs, and how they were able to join forces to transform Pixar into one of Hollywood's greatest success stories"--
Baker Berry PN1998.3.L4673 A3 2016
Generación CinExin : el cine sevillano contado por sus realizadores
Torre Espinosa, Mario de la, author
Sevilla : Diputación de Sevilla, Servicio de Archivo y Publicaciones : 2015
Baker Berry PN1993.5.S7 T66 2015
Análisis cualitativo de la industria cinematográfica colombiana y el impacto de las políticas públicas en el mercado de ideas
García Jimeno, Esteban, author
Bogotá : Universidad Externado de Colombia, Facultad de Derecho, Maestría en Derecho Económico, 2015
Baker Berry PN1993.5.C6 G37 2015
Lire la nouvelle
Grojnowski, Daniel, 1936-
Paris : Dunod, 1993
Baker Berry PN3373 G76 1993
A ficção na psicanálise : passagem pela outra cena
Lucia Serrano Pereira, organizadora ; Pedro Heliodoro de Moraes Branco Tavares, Luís Augusto Fischer, Marieta Luce Madeira and twelve others
Porto Alegre, RS, Brasil : Instituto APPOA, 
Nota dos editores -- Apresentação. A ficção na psicanálise / Lucia Serrano Pereira -- Das falas. Freud e Schnitzler: a dansa escritura do sonho / Pedro Heliodoro Tavares -- Escritores criativos e devaneios / Luís Augusto Fischer, Marieta Luce Madeira -- Gênese do sujeito da fantasia e na fantasia / Diana Lichtenstein Corso, Mário Corso -- Seminário a partir do livro Mon analyse avec le professeur Freud, Anna G. / Lucia Serrano Pereira -- Coversa sobre sonhos e ficção a partir do filme a origem / Robson de Freitas Pereira, Enéas Costa de Souza -- Mínima ficção: resto e letra em Beckett / Ana Maria Medeiros de Costa, Maria Cristina Poli -- As invenções poéticas e filosóficas de Fernando Pessoa / Enéas Costa de Souza -- Samuel Bectett: breve gramática do inominável / Edson Luis André de Sousa -- O perta, o contemporâneo uma leitura do ensaio O que é o contemporâneo? de Giorgio Agamben / Sonia Mara M. Ogiba -- Meu nome também é vermelho / Elida Starosta Tessler -- Dos escritos. Édipo rei na perspectiva de Jocasta / Kathrin Rosenfield -- Fantasias uterinas, procraição e vulnerabilidade masculina em King Lear / Lawrence Flores Pereira.
Baker Berry PN56.P92 F53 2014
Os caminhos de Orpheu
org. Richard Zenith, Fátima Lopes, Manuela Rêgo
Lisboa : Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal : 2015
Baker Berry PN5330.O77 C35 2015
Apocalypse now : scene-by-scene
Ebert, John David, 1968-
Eugene, Oregon : Post Egoism Media, 
Baker Berry PN1997.A653 E24 2015
Critical race theory and Bamboozled
Raengo, Alessandra, author
New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2016
"An introduction to Critical Race Theory through a close analysis of Spike Lee's film Bamboozled"--
Baker Berry PN1997.B2435 R33 2016
Six facets of light
Wroe, Ann, author
London : Jonathan Cape, 2016
Baker Berry PN56.L53 W76 2016
Lost souls of horror and the gothic : fifty-four neglected authors, actors, artists and others
edited by Elizabeth McCarthy and Bernice M. Murphy ; foreword by Sir Christopher Frayling
Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2016
"In recent years horror and gothic have penetrated mainstream popular culture in a manner unseen since the horror boom of the 1970s. This collection of 54 biographical essays examines many overlooked and underrated figures who have played a role in the ever expanding world of horror and gothic entertainment"--
Baker Berry PN3435 .L57 2016
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