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L'unique change de scène : écritures spirituelles et discours amoureux (XIIe-XVIIe siècle)
sous la direction de Véronique Ferrer, Barbara Marczuk et Jean-René Valette
Paris : Classiques Garnier, 2016
Baker Berry PN682.C6 U53 2016
SEMINCI, una historia de cine (1956-2015)
Combarros Peláez, César, 1978- author
Valladolid : Semana Internacional de Cine de Valladolid, 2015
Baker Berry PN1993.93.S7 C66 2015
Reklaw, Jesse, 1971- artist
Seattle, Washington : Fantagraphics Books Inc., 
"LOVF is the sketchbook companion of a man literally losing his mind. Homeless and broke after giving all his stuff to punk rock heroin dealers, he ends up off his meds and on a secret quest from Portland to Brooklyn, DC, LA, San Francisco, and Seattle. Jammed with cartoons, mad schemes, psychedelic portraits, and notes from the road, LOVF is a travel journal, and a mirror of the post-traumatic dreamworld its author can't escape from. After losing his house, his job, his partner, and his best friend, he is triple-diagnosed with bipolar mood disorder, PTSD, and crippling chronic pain. As a self-professed over-achiever, he made sure things only got worse from there. Getting beat up in the street, running from the law, getting dragged out of a creek and into a mental hospital ... it's a Kerouacian meltdown of cross-hatching, spattered marker, crayons, glitter, tape, nail polish, white-out, fingerpainting, rain, wine, stickers, and word balloons, like the found diary of a homeless crazyman, turned into a comic book."--
Baker Berry PN6727.R3885 Z46 2016
Modos de salir del hogar paterno : representaciones familiares y derivas juveniles en el Nuevo Cine Argentino (1996-2005)
Cartoccio, Eduardo, author
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires : Libraria, 
"En el cine argentino, al menos desde los años sesenta, un vasto ciclo de relatos de encierro familiar y huida juvenil abordan la temática de la juventud y el problema del sujeto que busca su destino, su lugar en el mundo. En este contexto, el Nuevo Cine Argentino de los años noventa y dos mil elabora una respuesta relativamente original, distinta al camino sin salida de la huida juvenil. A la pregunta sobre cómo salir del hogar paterno, responde "circulando': no escapando, no buscando el territorio ideal y soñado en el tiempo fulgurante del porvenir, sino creando una circulación permanente y, dentro de ella, un tipo de territorialidad y de temporalidad diferentes. Al mismo tiempo, "salir del hogar paterno" podría significar también salir del campo organizado por la mirada paterna y articular otro punto de vista sobre los relatos, más afín a la posición de los personajes juveniles. En este sentido más amplio, de Rapado a Los guantes mágicos, pasando por Sólo por hoy, Tan de repente, Nadar solo, La ciénaga o La niña santa, ¿se podrá vislumbrar un modo distinto de salir de ese a la vez amado y temido hogar? "--Back cover.
Baker Berry PN1993.5.A7 C36 2016
Imaginaires du déjà-vu : Resnais, Rivette, Lynch et les autres
Paris : Hermann, 
Baker Berry PN1995 .A747 2017
O jornalista farroupilha, Vicente Ferreira Gomes, 1805 a 1837 : a política, os costumes, a imprensa e a publicidade na raiz da História do Rio Grande do Sul
Ribeiro, Celia, author
Porto Alegre : Libretos, 2012
Baker Berry PN5026.G585 R53 2012
The Cambridge companion to literature and the posthuman
edited by Bruce Clarke, Manuela Rossini
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2017
"The Cambridge Companion to Literature and the Posthuman is the first work of its kind to gather diverse critical treatments of the posthuman and posthumanism together in a single volume. Fifteen scholars from six different countries address the historical and aesthetic dimensions of posthuman figures alongside posthumanism as a new paradigm in the critical humanities. The three parts and their chapters trace the history of the posthuman in literature and other media, including film and video games; and identifies major political, philosophical, and techno-scientific issues raised in the literary and cinematic narratives of the posthuman and posthumanist discourses"--
Baker Berry PN56.T37 C36 2017
Theory of the novel
Mazzoni, Guido, 1967- author
Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press, 2017
Introduction: truth and literature -- Why the novel matters -- Books of life -- Games of truth -- Literature and reality -- What is the novel? -- One: A theory of fiction -- People and leaves -- Mimesis and concepts -- The layered contents of mimesis -- The confines of mimesis -- Between nothingness and ideas: the mimetic discontinuity -- Stories -- Narrative and existential analytics -- Narrators -- Levels of reality -- Being in the world -- Two: The origin of the novel -- Historical semantics -- The question of origins -- The first corpus -- Symbolic thresholds: 1550 -- Symbolic thresholds: 1670 -- The territory of the romance -- The territory of the novel -- The rise of the novel -- Three: The novel and the literature of the ancien regime -- The dialectic of continuity and change -- A cohesive epoch -- Classicism and the separation of styles -- Aesthetic platonism -- Moralism and allegory -- Moralistic apparatuses, poetic justice, and exemplary heroes -- The legitimization of the romance -- The legitimization of the novel -- Four: The book of particular life -- Romance and private aims -- Suspense, entrelacement, and the romanesque -- The story of private lives -- A discursive gap -- The pathos of proximity -- The interesting -- The novel's readership -- Particular life -- National differences: France and England -- Five: The birth of the modern novel -- Freedom from rules of style -- Freedom from the allegory and morality -- Moralism, empathy, and observation -- A new conceptual ether -- The weight of novels -- The expansion of the narratable world -- The middle station of life -- The serious mimesis of everyday life -- The world of prose -- Center and periphery -- Narrative democracy -- Six; The nineteenth-century paradigm -- Abstractions -- Realisms -- The frameworks of the nineteenth-century paradigm -- The figurative novel and its theatrical model -- The discovery of the environment -- Dependent individuals -- The melodramamatic model -- The significance of the melodramatic novel -- The romance in the novel, special characters -- The novel of personal destinies -- A map of the nineteenth-century paradigm -- Seven: The transition to modernism -- The second phase of nineteenth-century realism -- Realism without melodrama -- Historical stations -- New narrators -- New plots -- New characters -- Three turning points -- Stories and epiphanies -- Worlds apart -- Modern forms of the romance -- The sense of a transformation -- Eight: On contemporary fiction -- After modernism -- The decline of the new -- A multiple archipelago -- Conclusion: A theory of the novel -- The genre of particularity -- Relativism and prospectivism -- An analytics of existence -- Discursive transformations -- The design of this book -- On the present state of things.
The novel is the most important form of Western art. It represents the totality of life; it is the flagship that literature lines up against systematic thought, against science and philosophy. Over the past two hundred years the novel has inspired more essays and reflections than any other aesthetic form, and contributed profoundly in conveying ideas of social life and patterns of behavior. Through the novel, Western literature expanded the range of its themes and possibilities, and has come to tell any story in any way; through the novel, Western literature has been able to delineate the ordinary existence of common people in a serious way, expressing the spirit of an age in which nothing matters except the single individual life. Nearly a century after the György Lukács' essay of the same name, this book offers a comprehensive interpretation of the novel as a cultural phenomenon and as a sign and symptom of the modern condition. This is a work of comparative literature covering four centuries of Western culture, but also a book about our epoch, about its values and its genealogy.--
Baker Berry PN3331 .M2813 2017
Vampire films of the 1970s : Dracula to Blacula and every fang between
Smith, Gary A., 1950- author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2017
"Spurred by the surprise worldwide success of Hammer Film's Dracula Has Risen from the Grave (1969), vampire movies filled theaters in the 1970s. This book explores a mixed bag from around the world, including The Vampire Lovers (1970), Dracula Versus Frankenstein (1971), Scream, Blacula, Scream (1973), 'Salem's Lot (1975), Dracula Sucks (1978) and Love at First Bite (1979)"--
Baker Berry PN1995.9.V3 S66 2017
Letras Clandestinas : 1939-1976
Imprenta Municipal-Artes del Libro, Madrid, 28 de abril / 30 octubre de 2016 ; comisario, Jésus A. Martínez Martín
Madrid : Imprenta Municipal-Artes del Libro, 2016
Baker Berry PN4748.S6 L48 2016
Filming the everyday : independent documentaries in twenty-first-century China
edited by Paul G. Pickowicz and Yingjin Zhang
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Pt. 1. Cultural context -- Paul G. Pickowicz and Yingjin Zhang, "Introduction: documenting China independently" -- Yingjin Zhang, "Who's afraid of the documentary camera" refiguring reality, memory, and power in Chinese independent documentary -- Yomi Braester, "For whom does the director speak" the ethics of representation in documentary film criticism -- Pt. 2. Rural reconfigurations -- Angie Chau, "From root-searching to grassroots: returning to the countryside in contemporary Chinese fiction and independent documentary film" -- Paul G. Pickowicz, "Zou Xueping's postsocialist homecoming" -- Pt. 3. Embodied filmmaking -- Tong Wang, "Looking back while marching forward: reconfiguration of selfhood in the folk memory project" -- Laura Kissel, "The memory project and other ways of knowing: filmmaking, affect, and embodied knowledge" -- Pt. 4. Documentary enactments -- Alvin Wong, "Gendering intersubjectivity in new Chinese documentary: feminist multiplicity and vulnerable masculinity in postsocialist China" -- Yiman Wang, "From bumming to roaming: Xu Tong's the Drifters trilogy" -- Hongjian Wang, "Documenting through reenacting: revisiting the performative mode in Chinese independent documentaries" Appendix: Michael Berry, "Memory/document: in dialogue with Wu Wenguang's memory project" -- Filmography.
Baker Berry PN1995.9.D6 F5685 2017
Au travail avec Eustache (making of)
Arles : Actes sud, 
Baker Berry PN1998.3.E97 B47 2017
Romantic prophecy and the resistance to historicism
Bundock, Christopher M., 1980- author
London : University of Toronto Press, 
Secularization and the new ends of history -- Prophecy within the limits of reason alone -- Ghostlier demarcations : mysticism, trauma, anachronism -- Beyond the sign of history : prophetic semiotics and the future's reflection -- The future of an allusion : temporalization and figure in lyrical drama -- Auguries of experience : impossible history and infernal redemption -- The preface and other false starts : prophesying the book to come -- "a woman clothed in the sun" : female prophecy and catastrophe.
"In this remarkably erudite work, Christopher Bundock argues that the repeated failure of prophecy in Romantic thought is creative and enables a renewable potential for expression across disciplines. By focusing on new readings of canonical Romantic authors as well as their more obscure works, Bundock makes a bold intervention into major concepts such as Romantic imagination, historicity, and mediation. Romantic Prophecy and the Resistance to Historicism glides across Kant's Swedenborgian dreams to Mary Shelley's Last Man and reveals how Romanticism reinvents history by turning prophecy inside out."--
Baker Berry PN751 .B86 R66 2016
My favorite thing is monsters. Book one
Ferris, Emil, illustrator
Seattle, Washington : Fantagraphics Books, 2016
"Set against the tumultuous political backdrop of late 1960s Chicago, and narrated by 10-year-old Karen Reyes, Monsters is told through a fictional graphic diary employing the iconography of B-movie horror imagery and pulp monster magazines. As the precocious Karen Reyes tries to solve the murder of her beautiful and enigmatic upstairs neighbor, Anka Silverberg, a holocaust survivor, we watch the interconnected and fascinating stories of those around her unfold" -- front cover flap.
Baker Berry PN6727.F4646 M95 2016
Imaginarios audiovisuales de la crisis
Nekane Parejo, Antonio Sánchez-Escalonilla (eds.)
Pamplona : EUNSA, 
Baker Berry PN1995.9.S62 I53 2016
Captain Marvel and the art of nostalgia
Cremins, Brian, author
Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 
"Tiny flashes of light": comic books, nostalgia, and Billy Batson's America -- "A fabric of illusion": the art of C.C. Beck -- Otto Binder and the secret life of Mr. Tawny, the talking tiger -- "Brother, that ain't imaginary!": Billy Batson and World War II -- Steamboat's America -- Wertham's little goblins: Captain Marvel, fanzines, and the art of nostalgia.
"Billy Batson discovers a secret in a forgotten subway tunnel. There the young man meets a wizard who offers a precious gift: a magic word that will transform the newsboy into a hero. When Billy says, "Shazam!," he becomes Captain Marvel, the World's Mightiest Mortal, one of the most popular comic book characters of the 1940s. This book tells the story of that hero and the writers and artists who created his magical adventures. The saga of Captain Marvel is also that of artist C.C. Beck and writer Otto Binder, one of the most innovative and prolific creative teams working during the Golden Age of comics in the United States. While Beck was the technician and meticulous craftsman, Binder contributed the still, human voice at the heart of Billy's adventures. Later in his career, Beck, like his friend and colleague Will Eisner, developed a theory of comic art expressed in numerous articles, essays, and interviews. A decade after Fawcett Publications settled a copyright infringement lawsuit with Superman's publisher, Beck and Binder became legendary, celebrated figures in comic book fandom of the 1960s. What Beck, Binder, and their readers share in common is a fascination with nostalgia, which has shaped the history of comics and comics scholarship in the United States. Billy Batson's America, with its cartoon villains and talking tigers, remains a living archive of childhood memories, so precious but elusive, as strange and mysterious as the boy's first visit to the subway tunnel. Taking cues from Beck's theories of art and from the growing field of memory studies, Captain Marvel and the Art of Nostalgia explains why we read comics and, more significantly, how we remember them and the America that dreamed them up in the first place"--
Baker Berry PN6728.C365 C74 2016
Open to debate : how William F. Buckley put liberal America on the Firing Line
Hendershot, Heather, author
New York, NY : Broadside Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2016
Preface: The Making of William F. Buckley Jr. -- Introduction: The Making of Firing Line : A "Bare Knuckled Intellectual Brawl" with "No Production Values!" -- Forging a New Image for the Right : Goldwater, Extremism, and Stylish Conservatism -- "Apodictic All the Way Through" : Firing Line Takes on Communism -- From "We Shall Overcome" to "Shoot, Don't Loot" : Firing Line Confronts Civil Rights and Black Power -- Chivalrous Pugilism : How Firing Line tried to K.O. Women's Lib -- Tripping Over Tricky Dick -- From the Mashed Potato Circuit to the Oval Office : Ronald Reagan, Firing Line, and the Triumph of the Right -- Conclusion: In Praise of Honest Intellectual Combat.
"Few conservatives are as revered and admired as William F. Buckley. Buckley is best known for founding National Review, the flagship journal of the right. But his long-running talk show Firing Line was equally important, because it allowed him to reach beyond the conservative enclave and engage millions of mainstream Americans. When Firing Line premiered in 1966, only two years after Barry Goldwater's blow-out defeat in the 1964 presidential election, it seemed as if liberalism had decisively won. Buckley's liberal guests clearly thought so. Yet he gamely and serenely soldiered on in his role as a public contrarian, making the case for conservative ideas and assuming that his side would ultimately win because its arguments were better. In time he was proven correct. Buckley's show--challenging, exciting, and always unpredictable--engaged the most urgent issues of the day and paraded the cream of America's intellectual class across the screen. The guest list reads like a who's who of midcentury American liberalism-David Susskind, Gore Vidal, Norman Mailer, along with major conservative figures like Henry Kissinger and Milton Friedman. It was also responsible for inspiring several generations of conservatives"--
Baker Berry PN4874.B796 H46 2016
吳越題銘研究 = Study on the Wu and Yue inscriptions / 董珊著
董珊, 1972- author
Beijing : Ke xue chu ban she, 2014
Ben shu quan mian hui ji liao chuan shi he chu tu de wu yue ming ke shu ju, fen wei Wu wang shi tong qi ti ming, Yue wang shi tong qi ti ming, qi ta Wu Yue ti ming. Shu zhong zai zong jie xue jie yan jiu de ji chu shang, chong fen yun yong gu wen zi xue, gu wen xian xue, li shi kao gu xue de fang fa, xi tong shu li bing kao zheng le cong Wu Wang shou meng dao fu cha ge dai Wu wang shi de ti ming zi liao 60 yu zhong, cong Yue wang yun chang, ju jian yi zhi yu Yue wang wu zhuan ge dai Yue wang shi de ti ming 100 yu zhong.
Baker Berry East Asian PN6297.C45 D664 2014
China and the Chinese in popular film : from Fu Manchu to Charlie Chan
Richards, Jeffrey, author
London : I.B. Tauris, 2017
Baker Berry PN1995.9.C47 R53 2017
From parchment to cyberspace : medieval literature in the digital age
Nichols, Stephen G., author
New York, NY : Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 
Introduction : why I wrote this book -- Technologies of the medieval book: the manuscript matrix. What is a manuscript culture? -- Materiality and mimesis : anatomy of an illusion -- No fool of time : the paradox of manuscript transmission -- Technologies of manuscript knowledge: how we read now in the digital middle ages. The work of reading -- Variance and/as dynamic reading -- Synoptic reading : medieval manuscripts as text networks -- Epilogue : digital humanities and contemporary critical theory.
Baker Berry PN671 .N525 2016
Drivetime : literary excursions in automotive consciousness
Pearce, Lynne, author
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 
What sorts of things do we think about when we're driving - or being driven - in a car? Drivetime seeks to answer this question by drawing upon a rich archive of British and American texts from 'the motoring century' (1900-2000), paying particular attention to the way in which the practice of driving shapes and structures our thinking. While recent sociological and psychological research has helped explain how drivers are able to think about 'other things' while performing such a complex task, little attention has, as yet, been paid to the form these cognitive and affective journeys take. Pearce uses her close readings of literary texts - ranging from early twentieth-century motoring periodicals, Modernist and inter-war fiction, American 'road-trip' classics, and autobiography - in order to model different types of 'driving-event' and, by extension, the car's use as a means of phenomenological encounter, escape from memory, meditation, problem-solving and daydreaming.
Baker Berry PN56.A94 P43 2016
Lebens- und Liebesarchitekturen : Erzählen am Leitfaden der Architektur
Gerhard Neumann/Julia Weber (Hg.)
Freiburg : Rombach Verlag, 
Baker Berry PN56.A73 L43 2016
An actor's work
Stanislavsky, Konstantin, 1863-1938, author
New York, NY : Routledge Classics, 2017
Baker Berry PN2062 .S7613 2017
Revistas culturales y literarias chilenas de 1900 a 1920 : legitimadoras del campo literario nacional
Alvarado Cornejo, Marina d. A., author
Santiago, Chile : Editorial Cuatro Propio, 2016
Baker Berry PN5047.L6 A48 2016
Watching nostalgia : an analysis of nostalgic television fiction and its reception
Armbruster, Stefanie, author
Bielefeld : Transcript, 
Baker Berry PN1992.8.N655 A65 2016
Exception taken : how France has defied Hollywood's new world order
Buchsbaum, Jonathan, 1946- author
New York : Columbia University Press, 
Introduction -- International domination by the U.S. film industry -- The Lang years -- European film policy and television without frontiers -- Gatt -- From Canal+ to Canal? -- Bilan(s) -- From cultural exception to cultural diversity -- Was the experience beneficial? -- Conclusion.
Baker Berry PN1993.5.F7 B825 2017
A transnational study of law and justice on TV
edited by Peter Robson and Jennifer L. Schulz
Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2016
Baker Berry PN1992.8.J87 T73 2016
Russell Brand : comedy, celebrity, politics
Arthurs, Jane, author
London : This Palgrave Pivot imprint is published by Springer Nature, 
Baker Berry PN1992.4.B69 A78 2016
Gfrörer, Julia, artist
Seattle, Washington, USA : Fantagraphics Books, Inc., 2016
In a plague-ravaged medieval city, survival is a harsher fate than death. As corpses accumulate around her, Agnes, a young widow possessed of supernatural strength, must weigh her obligations to the dead and dying against her desire to protect what little remains. Laid Waste is a graphic novella about love and kindness among vermin in the putrid miasma at the end of the world. As with her evocative debut book, Black is the Color, Julia Gfrörer's delicate, gothic drawing style perfectly complements the period era of the book's setting, bringing the lyricism and romanticism of her prose to the fore.
Baker Berry PN6727.G46 L35 2016
New directions in popular fiction : genre, distribution, reproduction
Ken Gelder, editor
London, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan, 
This book brings together new contributions in Popular Fiction Studies, giving us a vivid sense of new directions in analysis and focus. It looks into the histories of popular genres such as the amatory novel, imperial romance, the western, Australian detective fiction, Whitechapel Gothic novels, the British spy thriller, Japanese mysteries, the 'new weird', fantasy, girl hero action novels and Québecois science fiction. It also examines the production, reproduction and distribution of popular fiction as it carves out space for itself in transnational marketplaces and across different media entertainment systems; and it discusses the careers of popular authors and the various investments in popular fiction by readers and fans. This book will be indispensable for anyone with a serious interest in this prolific but highly distinctive literary field.
Baker Berry PN3335 .N49 2016t
The gaze of drifting skies : a treasury of bird's-eye view cartoons
edited by Jonathan Barli
Seattle, WA : Fantagraphics Books, 2016
The breathtaking lightness of seeing / by Jonathan Barli -- Small town U.S.A. -- The big city -- The battlefields -- Abroad -- Back home -- Lands of fantasy -- Once again, in color -- Artists.
"If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a panoramic bird's-eye view is worth a million! Depictions of bustling crowds from magisterial heights appeared regularly in newspapers and magazines in the early twentieth century. Whether it was a carnival, a circus, a cook out, a baseball game, a city street, a train station, a parade, or an epic battle scene, artists depicted the everyday life of urban and country settings. This collection features the largest cast of characters in history. It showcases the remarkable beauty and breadth of this soon-to-be-rediscovered visual genre."--Back cover.
Baker Berry PN6725 .G39 2016
Rodar en Cuba : una nueva generación de realizadores
Stock, Ann Marie
La Habana, Cuba : Ediciones ICAIC, 
Baker Berry PN1993.5.C8 S8618 2015
Verdes anos : memórias de um filme e de uma geração
Trusz, Alice Dubina, author
Porto Alegre : Editora UFRGS, 2016
Introdução -- O filme e sua trajetória -- Os depoimentos de época -- As críticas -- Os verdes anos (conto) -- As memórias.
Baker Berry PN1993.5.B6 T78 2016
東京 : 吉川弘文館, 2016
岩本憲児, 1943- author
Tōkyō : Yoshikawa Kōbunkan, 2016
Baker Berry Japan PN1993.5.J3 I878 2016
The documentary art of filmmaker Michael Rubbo
Jones, D. B. 1940- author
Calgary, Alberta, Canada : University of Calgary Press, 
"Michael Rubbo's groundbreaking work has had a deep and enduring impact on documentary filmmaking worldwide, though his name has remained relatively unknown. In The Documentary Art of Michael Rubbo, author D.B. Jones traces Rubbo's filmmaking from his days as a film student at Stanford, through his twenty years at the National Film Board of Canada, where Rubbo developed his distinct documentary style. Jones then describes Rubbo's post-NFB venture into feature film directing, followed by Rubbo's return to his native Australia, first as an executive with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and later as a director of feature-length documentaries and maker of short, personal films for YouTube. Exploring locales from Montreal to Vietnam, topics as diverse as plastic surgery and French Marxism, and from interviewing Margaret Atwood to documenting a failed attempt to interview Fidel Castro, Rubbo's wide-ranging work establishes his innovative, personal, lyric, and spontaneous documentary style. In The Documentary Art of Michael Rubbo D.B. Jones reveals not only the depth of meaning in Rubbo's films, but also the depth of their influence on filmmaking itself."--
Baker Berry PN1998.3.R82 J66 2017
The envelope manufacturer
Montreal : Distributed by Drawn & Quarterly, 2016
Set in the mid-twentieth century, just before the end of the period when most goods were still produced domestically, The Envelope Manufacturer chronicles the gradual demise of a small company as it struggles to adapt to a changing economic landscape.
Baker Berry PN6733.O55 E68 2016
日本映画におけるテクスト連関 : 比較映画史研究 / 山本喜久男著 ; 奥村賢, 佐崎順昭編
山本喜久男, 1931-2000, author
Tōkyō : Shinwasha, 2016
Baker Berry Japan PN1993.5.J3 Y3732 2016
Hablemos de cine : 20 cineastas españoles conversan sobre el cuarto poder
Tello Díaz, Lucía, interviewer
Zaragoza, España : Prensas de la Universidad de Zaragoza, junio de 2016
Baker Berry PN1993.5.S7 T46 2016
Buenos Aires : De la Flor, 2014
Baker Berry PN6790.A73 B57 2014
古事記 / 里中満智子
里中満智子, 1948- author
Tōkyō : Shōgakkan, 2013
Baker Berry Japan PN6790.J34 K645 2013
El teatro fuera de los teatros : reflexiones críticas desde el archipiélago teatral
Gustavo Remedi, coordinador
Montevideo : Ediciones Universitarias, 
Del Solís a Flor de Maroñas: Ubú de Enrique Permuy: repensar el teatro desde la travesía y la frontera / Gustavo Remedi -- Maleta de cartón y tela: el papel del teatro en las asociaciones de inmigrantes baleares / Juan Estrada Pons -- Escenas y escenarios de lo posible: prácticas escénicas en el centro cultural urbano dirigido a personas en situación de calle / Paula Simonetti -- Teatro y guerrilla: las FARC-EP en escena / Lucía Andrea Morett -- Entre el teatro y el ritual: vida, pasión y muerte de Jesucristo del grupo Nazareth / María Noel Tenaglia -- Deconstrucción, realidad y encuentro: talleres de teatro en la UTU / Rosana Ferreira Barthaburu -- ¿Y si realmente fuera posible?: teatro del oprimido: ensayos de otra realidad / Anabella Calisto -- El actor del teatro militante de los setenta en Argentina y Latinoamérica: las semillas del teatro comunitario actual / Graciela González de Díaz Araujo.
Baker Berry PN2445 .T428 2015
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina : La Editorial Común 2004-
Baker Berry PN6790.A73 L562 2004
The birth of a nation : Nat Turner and the making of the movement
edited by Nate Parker
New York : 37 Ink/Atria, 2016
The birth of a movement. My journey with Nat Turner / by Nate Parker -- A history of resistance. The unbroken chain of enslaved African resistance and rebellion / by Erica Armstrong Dunbar and Daina Ramey Berry -- An illustrated time line of American slave revolts / by Ruramai Musekiwa -- An illustrated time line of the life of Nat Turner / by Ruramai Musekiwa -- Further exploring the narrative. Slavery and (in)justice during the Nat Turner Rebellion: history and legacy of the "rule of law" in America / by Alfred L. Brophy -- Nat Turner at the crossroads: African iconography and cosmologies in the Birth of a nation / by Kelley Fanto Deetz -- The film. A collection of stills/ sketches/production -- The crew reflects / edited by Dominic Patten -- Commentary from the cast / edited by Briana Rodriguez -- Nat Turner matters. Why Nat Turner matters: the importance of history in contemporary consciousness / by Brian Favors.
"This official tie-in to the highly acclaimed film, The Birth of a Nation, surveys the history and legacy of Nat Turner, the leader of one of the most renowned slave rebellions on American soil, while also exploring Turner's relevance to contemporary dialogues on race relations. Based on astounding events in American history, The Birth of a Nation is the epic story of one man championing the spirit of resistance as he leads a rough-and-tumble group into a revolt against injustice and slavery. Breathing new life into a story that has been rife with controversy and prejudice for over two centuries, the film follows the rise of the visionary Virginian slave, Nat Turner. Hired out by his owner to preach to and placate slaves on drought-plagued plantations, Turner eventually transforms into an inspired, impassioned, and fierce anti-slavery leader. Beautifully illustrated with stills from the movie and original illustrations, the book also features an essay by writer/director, Nate Parker, contributions by members of the cast and crew, and commentary by educator Brian Favors and historians Erica Armstrong Dunbar and Daina Ramey Berry who place Nat Turner and the rebellion he led into historical context. The Birth of a Nation reframes the way we think about slavery and resistance as it explores the passion, determination, and faith that inspired Nat Turner to sacrifice everything for freedom."--
Baker Berry PN1997.2.B57 B57 2016
The art and practice of directing for theatre
Crook, Paul B., author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2017
Baker Berry PN2053 .C76 2017
Boffelli, Pablo, 1982- artist
Buenos Aires : Galeria Editorial, 2015
Baker Berry PN6790.A73 B644 2015
Women's somatic training in early modern Spanish theater
Peterson, Elizabeth Marie Cruz, author
New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017
Theoretical models: somaesthetics and arte nuevo -- The corral's contribution to somatic experience -- Sociopolitics of the Spanish woman actor: building character -- Building a female character for the seventeenth-century.
Baker Berry PN2782 .P48 2017
The cinema of hockey : four decades of the game on screen
Cermak, Iri, author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 
Baker Berry PN1995.9.H63 C47 2017
Conejo de viaje
Barcelona : Mondadori, 2008
Baker Berry PN6790.A73 L53 2008
戦後映画の産業空間 : 資本。娯楽。興行 / 谷川建司編
Tōkyō : Shinwasha, 2016
Baker Berry Japan PN1993.5.J3 S378 2016
Tōkyō : Kabushiki Kaisha Yōsensha, 2016
Baker Berry Japan PN1993.5.A1 S5346 2016
The first few minutes of Spanish language films : early cues reveal the essence
Curry, Richard K., author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 
Baker Berry PN1995 .C87 2017
Living with zombies : society in apocalypse in film, literature and other media
Pielak, Chase, author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland and Company, Inc., Publishers, 
Baker Berry PN1995.9.Z63 P54 2017
Tracking the literature of tropical weather : typhoons, hurricanes, and cyclones
Anne Collett, Russell McDougall, Sue Thomas, editors
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, 
Baker Berry PN56.W43 T73 2017
Walt and Skeezix : 1931-1932
King, Frank, 1883-1969
Montreal : Drawn & Quarterly Books, 2015
Baker Berry PN6728.W35 K46 2015
The elocutionists : women, music, and the spoken word
Kimber, Marian Wilson, 1960- author
Urbana : University of Illinois Press, 
"Emerging in the 1850s, elocutionists recited poetry or drama with music to create a new type of performance. The genre--dominated by women--achieved remarkable popularity. Yet the elocutionists and their art fell into total obscurity during the twentieth century. Marian Wilson Kimber restores elocution with music to its rightful place in performance history. Gazing through the lenses of gender and genre, Wilson Kimber argues that these female artists transgressed the previous boundaries between private and public domains. Their performances advocated for female agency while also contributing to a new social construction of gender. Elocutionists, proud purveyors of wholesome entertainment, pointedly contrasted their "acceptable" feminine attributes against those of morally suspect actresses. As Wilson Kimber shows, their influence far outlived their heyday. Women, the primary composers of melodramatic compositions, did nothing less than create a tradition that helped shape the history of American music"--
Paddock PN4145 .K56 2017
Maesa, José Mariá, writer
Sevilla (Spain) : Ediciones y Producciones Quilomba SL, 2012-
Episodio I. La bulla.
An ancestral zombie curse that was believed buried by the passage of the centuries resurges, unleashing the "Night Wrath." Nazarenes, costaleros, women with mantillas, devotees, curious, foreigners who visit the city for the first time, plump authorities ... No one can escape the terrible bacchanal of the living dead. Just a handful of people, given to research into zombies infections, understand that before their eyes has broken the curse who have spent years chasing: Noctis Irae.
Baker Berry PN6777.M34 N63 2012
Libro homenaje Cabo por siempre : el gran personaje de Carlos Casalla reinterpretada por distintos integrantes
del grupo "Historieta Patagonica" y autores consagrados ; editor y director, Alejandro H. Aguado
Comodoro Rivadavía, Chubut, Argentina : La Duendes, 
A collection of comics created in honor of Carlos Chingolo Casalla and reinterpreting his comic strip El cabo Savino.
Baker Berry PN6790.A7 C33 2012
Australian film festivals : audience, place, and exhibition culture
Stevens, Kirsten, author
New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016
1. Introduction -- 2. Enthusiastic Amateurs: Origins of Australia's Film Festival Movement -- 3. Growth and Change: Curator-Led Festivals, Fragmenting Audiences and Shifting Film Exhibition Cultures -- 4. From Film Weeks to Festivals: The Spread of the Urban Film Festival After 1980 -- 5. Between Success and Failure: Crisis and Recovery at the Melbourne International Film Festival -- 6. Programming Perceptions: Film Festivals and the Construction of Raste -- 7. A Festival for Every Occasion: Niche Programming. Event Culture and Vertically Integrated Film Festivals -- 8. Conclusion -- Appendix 1. Early Features of Melbourne and Sydney Film Festival Programmes (1852-1965) -- Appendix 2. Summary of Select film Cuture and Festival Activities, 1960s-1970s -- Appendix 3. Selective List of Film Events in Melbourne, 1949-2000 -- Appendix 4. Film Festivals in Melbourne and Sydney, 2015.
This is the first book to offer an in-depth examination of the history, operation, and growth of film festivals as a cultural phenomenon within Australia. Tracing the birth of film festivals in Australia in the 1950s through to their present abundance, it asks why film festivals have prospered as audience-driven spectacles throughout Australia, while never developing the same industry and market foci of their international fellows. Drawing on over sixty-years of archival records, festival commentary, interviews with festival insiders and ephemera, this book opens up a largely uncharted history of film culture activity in Australia. .
Baker Berry PN1993.5.A8 S74 2016
El Quijote según Scaparro : entre melancolía, soledades y carnaval
Daniela Arconica (coord.)
Barcelona, Spain : Daniela Aronica editora ; 
Baker Berry PN1997.Q85 Q85 2014
The Today show : transforming morning television
Londino, Cathleen M., 1949- author
Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, 
Creating Today: Pat Weaver's concept -- Programming Today: mornings at seven -- Producing Today: behind the camera -- The faces of Today: on-air talent from Dave Garroway to Jane Pauley -- Selling today: advertising and station relations -- Watching Today: a look at the audience -- Conclusion: Today in history.
Baker Berry PN1992.77.T6 L55 2017
Ecodocumentaries : critical essays
Rayson K. Alex, S. Susan Deborah, editors
London : Palgrave Macmillan, 
Baker Berry PN1995.9.D6 E27 2016
Tale as old as time : the art and making of Disney Beauty and the Beast : inside stories from the animated classic to the new live-action film
Solomon, Charles, 1950- author
Los Angeles : Disney Editions, 2017
Baker Berry PN1997.B357 S65 2017
New Zealand film and television : institution, industry and cultural change
Chicago : Intellect, 2011
Glossary of Māori terms -- List of abbreviations -- Introduction: New Zealand screen production and political economy ; "New Zealand-domiciled" feature film and television drama ; The institutional ecology for New Zealand-domiciled screen production ; Research questions and chapter organization -- Television in the era of public monopoly (1960-88) -- Television, neo-liberalism and the advent of competition (1988-99) -- Neo-liberalism and the consolidation of a national film industry (1988-97) -- Television after 2000 : digital 'plenty' in a small market -- New Zealand cinema and internationalism (1998-2010) -- Conclusions: Institutional and cultural change in television ; Institutional and cultural change in film ; Key influences on New Zealand-domiciled feature film and TV drama.
"Despite the challenges arising from a limited population size and the difficulty of obtaining adequate funding, the film and television industries of New Zealand have been the source of significant creative achievement and profound cultural influence. Charting their emergence and subsequent development through five decades [this book] examines these two increasingly vibrant cultural and creative industries. Whilst there is a growing body of academic work on the film and television productions which have originated in New Zealand, relatively little exists that examines the specific cultural concerns, institutional objectives, policy directives, and industry practices that have shaped these productions. [This book] aims to fill this gap." -- Back cover.
Baker Berry PN1993.5.N45 D86 2011
Mystery classics on film : the adaptation of 65 novels and stories
Miller, Ron, 1939- author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 
Baker Berry PN1997.85 .M55 2017
We'll always have Casablanca : the life, legend, and afterlife of Hollywood's most beloved movie
Isenberg, Noah William, author
New York : W. W. Norton & Company, 
Introduction -- Everybody comes to Rick's -- Usual suspects -- I stick my neck out for nobody -- Such much -- We'll always have Paris -- Play it again -- A beautiful friendship.
"The movie Casablanca was first released in 1942, just two weeks after the city itself surrendered to American troops led by General Patton. The film won Oscars for best picture, best director, and best screenplay, and would go on to enjoy more revival screenings than any other movie in history, and become firmly ensconced in the American cultural imagination. Through extensive research and interviews with filmmakers, critics, family members of the cast and crew, and diehard fans, Isenberg reveals the myths and realities behind Casablanca's production, exploring the transformation of the unproduced stage play into the classic movie. Isenberg particularly focuses on the central role refugees from Hitler's Europe played on the production--nearly all of the actors and actresses cast in Casablanca were immigrants. Filled with fresh insights, Isenberg's book is a magnificent account of what made this movie so popular and why it continues to dazzle audiences seventy-five years after its release." --
Baker Berry PN1997.C352 I84 2017
Sexualidades disidentes en el teatro : Buenos Aires, años 60
Lozano, Ezequiel, author
Buenos Aires : Editorial Biblos, 
Medio siglo de heterosexismo teatral -- Modos de visibilizar la disidencia sexual -- Obstáculos a la representación teatral de las sexualidades disidentes -- Derivas, proyecciones, paradojas y desafíos.
Baker Berry PN2452.B8 L69 2015
Local journalism in a digital world
Hess, Kristy, author
London : Palgrave, 2017
Introduction -- Understanding local journalism -- Defining the local in a "geo-social" context -- Local media around the world -- Shaping "local" news -- Connectors, champions and advocates -- Changing journalistic practices -- Subsidize or commercialize? The economics of local journalism -- Conclusion.
The majority of journalism graduates find themselves working in local settings at some point during their careers; this book will equip them with an excellent understanding of the field today, and will also provide rich theoretical insights for students and scholars who are investigating the role and future of local journalism in a digital world.
Baker Berry PN5124.R44 H47 2017
Comedian of the frontier : the life of actor/manager Jack Langrishe, 1825-1895
Lauterbach, Margaret, 1933- author
Jefferson, North Carolna : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2016
Cover; Table of Contents; Acknowledgments ; Preface ; Introduction ; 1. New Land, New Life ; 2. Moving West: The Old Northwest Territory ; 3. A New Theatre Home ; 4. Riding High ; 5. Profits Shrink ; 6. Rootless ; 7. Colorado ; 8. Gold Circuit ; 9. Into Unknown Perils ; 10. Return to Montana ; 11. Chicago ; 12. The Black Crook Venture ; 13. Battered but Not Beaten ; 14. Deadwood ; 15. High in the Rockies ; 16. Mining, Managing and Acting ; 17. On the Last Tour ; 18. End of the Last Tour ; 19. Another Gold Rush ; 20. A New Career and Reflections ; 21. Shattered Peace 22. The Last Act ; Epilogue ; Chapter Notes ; Bibliography ; Index.
"In his day, theater actor and manager Jack Langrishe could claim to be as well known in the American frontier West as General Grant was in the East. The complete story of Jack Langrishe, a major figure of the American frontier who made and lost fortunes and became recognized as the father of theater in the West"--
Baker Berry PN2287.L284 L38 2016
The body and the screen : female subjectivities in contemporary women's cinema
Ince, Kate, author
London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2017
Female subjectivity in philosophy and theory -- Feminist film studies and women's cinema after psychoanalysis -- Body -- Look -- Speech -- Performance -- Desire -- Freedom -- Conclusion.
Since the 1980s the number of women regularly directing films has increased significantly in most Western countries: in France, Claire Denis and Catherine Breillat have joined Agnes Varda in gaining international renown, while British directors Lynne Ramsay and Andrea Arnold have forged award-winning careers in feature film. This new volume in the Thinking Cinema series draws on feminist theorists and critics from Simone de Beauvoir on to offer readings of a range of the most important and memorable of these films from the 1990s and 2000s, focusing as it does so on how the films convey women's lives and identities.Mainstream entertainment cinema traditionally distorts the representation of women, objectifying their bodies, minimizing their agency,and avoiding the most important questions about how cinema can 'do justice' to female subjectivity: Kate Ince suggests that the films of independent women directors are progressively redressing the balance, and thereby reinvigorating both the narratives and the formal ambitions of European cinema. Ince uses feminist philosophers to cast a new veil over such films as Sex Is Comedy, Morvern Callar, White Material, and Fish Tank; and includes a timeline ofdevelopments in women's film-making and feminist film theory from 1970 to 2011.
Baker Berry PN1995.9.W6 I515 2017
Little mosque on the prairie and the paradoxes of cultural translation
Conway, Kyle, 1977- author
Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 
"In 2007, Little Mosque on the Prairie premiered on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation network. It told the story of a mosque community that worshiped in the basement of an Anglican church. It was a bona fide hit, running for six seasons and playing on networks all over the world. Kyle Conway's textual analysis and in-depth research, including interviews from the show's creator, executive producers, writers, and CBC executives, reveals the many ways Muslims have and have not been integrated into North American television. Despite a desire to showcase the diversity of Muslims in Canada, the makers of Little Mosque had to erase visible signs of difference in order to reach a broad audience. This paradox of 'saleable diversity' challenges conventional ideas about the ways in which sitcoms integrate minorities into the mainstream."--
Baker Berry PN1992.77.L585 C66 2017
Woman in Lars von Trier's cinema, 1996-2014
Elbeshlawy, Ahmed, author
Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillian, 
1. Introduction: The Lacanian Woman and Lars von Trier's Cinema -- 2. The Danger of the Naive Religious Woman of Breaking the Waves -- 3. Idioterne: Woman as a Proponent of Real Politics -- 4. Dancer in the Dark: Deploying the Siren, Impairing the Sight -- 5. Dogville: Woman as an Ideological Cinematic Tool -- 6. Manderlay: The Gift, Grace's Desire, and the Collapse of Ideology -- 7. The Deployment of the Impossible Woman in Antichrist -- 8. Besides Melancholia and Beyond Gender: Melancholia -- 9. Conclusion, or, Desire as Law: the Loneliness of Nymphomaniac between Pornography and Narrative.
This book discusses the figure of Woman in Lars von Trier's distinctive cinematic productions from 1996 to 2014. It takes the notorious legacy of violence against women in von Trier's cinema beyond the perceived gender division, elevating the director's image above being a mere provocateur. By raising fundamental questions about woman, sexuality, and desire, Elbeshlawy shows that Trier's cinematic Woman is an attempt at creating an image of a genderless subject that is not inhibited by the confines of ideology and culture. But this attempt is perennially ill-fated. And it is this failure that not only fosters viewing enjoyment but also gives the films their political importance, elevating them above both commendations and condemnations of feminist discourse. Ahmed Elbeshlawy is an independent scholar and occasional lecturer. He is author of America in Literature and Film (2011) and has contributed articles to The Comparatist (2008), the forthcoming Palgrave Handbook to Literature and the City, andFe/Male Bodies (2005/6).
Baker Berry PN1998.3.T747 E43 2016
Vampira and her daughters : women horror movie hosts from the 1950s into the internet era
Cotter, Bobb, author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 
Baker Berry PN1992.8.H67 C68 2017
Writers' rights : freelance journalism in a digital age
Cohen, Nicole S., 1980-, author
Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, 
"As media industries undergo rapid change, conditions of media work are shifting. The number of journalists working as freelancers globally has exploded. While popular commentary positions freelancers as ideal workers for an information age--adaptable, multiskilled, and entrepreneurial--Nicole S. Cohen argues that freelance media work is becoming increasingly precarious, marked by declining incomes, loss of control over one's work, intense workloads, long hours, and limited access to labour and social protections. Like growing numbers of workers in the media, cultural, and entertainment sectors, freelance journalists are experiencing deepening precarity. The book provides context to the freelance struggles bubbling up as we barrel toward journalism's digital future, and identifies points of contention and movements toward change. Through interviews and a survey of freelancers, Cohen highlights the paradoxes of freelancing, which can be simultaneously precarious and satisfying, risky and rewarding. The book documents the transformation of freelancing from a way for journalists to resist salaried labour in pursuit of autonomy into a strategy for media firms to intensify exploitation of freelance writers' labour power. Cohen examines pressing issues of low pay, restrictive contracts, and unpaid work, and presents four new case studies of freelancers' efforts to collectively transform their conditions. his groundbreaking work offers a timely intervention into current debates about the future of journalism, organizing workers in precarious employment, and the transformation of media work in a digital age, making clear what's at stake for journalism's democratic role when the costs and risks of its production are offloaded onto individuals."--
Baker Berry PN4784.F76 C64 2016
Maschere della verità : il pensiero figurato dal Medioevo al Barocco
Rigoni, Mario Andrea, author
Roma : Carocci editore, settembre 2016
Baker Berry PN56.S9 R4752 2016
Spenser for hire. The complete first season
created by Robert B. Parker
[Place of publication not identified] : [Publisher not identified], 
Spenser is a detective who yearns for a simpler time of ethics and standards.
Jones Media DVD PN1992.77 .S646 2014
28 weeks later
Fox Atomic and DNA Films present in association with the UK Film Council a Figment, Sogecine and Koan Films ; produced by Enrique López Lavigne, Andrew Macdonald, Allon Reich ; screenplay by Rowan Joffe, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, Jesús Olmo and E.L. Lavigne ; directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo
Beverly Hills, Calif. : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, 
Special features: Widescreen version -- Commentary by director/co-writer Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and producer/co-writer Enrique Lopez Levigne -- Deleted scenes with optional commentary by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and Enrique Lopez Levigne -- Code Red: The making of 28 weeks later featurette -- "The infected" featurette -- 28 days later -- The aftermath: Stage 1 "Development" animated grahic novel -- 28 days later -- The aftermath: Stage 3 "Declimation" animated graphic novel -- Theatrical trailer -- Language: English 5.1 Dolby surround ; Spanish Dolby surround ; French Dolby surround -- Subtitles: English, Spanish -- Video description for the visually impared.
Almost seven months after the Rage virus has annihilated the inhabitants of the London and the British Isles, the U.S. Army declares that the war against infection has been won, and that the reconstruction of the country can begin. In the first wave of returning refugees, a family is reunited, but one of them unwillingly carries a terrible secret. The virus is not yet dead, and this time, it is more dangerous than ever.
Jones Media DVD PN1995.9.S87 T84689 2007
Rimbaud, l'explorateur maudit
Thirault, Philippe, author
Grenoble : Glénat, 
Baker Berry Oversize PN6747.T55 R55 2016
Playing the martyr : theater and theology in early modern France
Semk, Christopher, author
Lewisburg : Bucknell University Press, 
Baker Berry PN2632 .S46 2017
Totally scripted : idioms, words and quotes from Hollywood to Broadway that have changed the English language
Chetwynd, Josh, 1971- author
Guilford, Connecticut : Lyons Press, 
Baker Berry PN1994.9 .C53 2017
Film and literature : an introduction and reader
edited by Timothy Corrigan
New York : Routledge, 2012
PART 1 : Film and literature in the crosscurrents of history. The prehistory of film and literature -- Filming literature : from early film and literature to classical form, 1895-1925 -- Testing and expanding the value of film and literature, 1915-1940 -- Pens, pulp, and the crisis of the word, 1940-1960 -- Academic cinema and international spectacles, 1960-1980 -- Books and movies as multimedia : into the new millennium -- -- PART 2 : Major documents and debates. 2.1 Adaptation studies. Adaptation, or the cinema as digest / André Basin -- Adaptation / Dudley Andrew -- Beyond fidelity : the dialogics of adaptation / Robert Stam -- Adaptation, translation, critique / Lawrence Venuti -- Twelve fallacies in contemporary adaptation theory / Thomas Leich -- 2.2 Adaptation in history. Progress and endowment / Vachel Lindsay -- Novel, short story, drama : the conditions for influence / Kristin Thompson -- The means of photoplay / Hugo Münsterberg -- Dickens, Griffith, and the film today / Sergei Eisenstein -- The work of art in the age of its technological reproducibility / Walter Benjamin -- Literary forces encouraging the use of black writers / Mark A. Reid -- Literature on the small screen : television adaptations / Sarah Cardwell -- 2.3 Authors and auteurs. The birth of a new avant-garde : la caméra-stylo / Alexandre Astruc -- The auteur theory / Peter Wollen -- The screenplay and authorship in adaptation / Jack Boozer -- 2.4 Novels, theater, poetry, and non-fiction. Theater and cinema / André Bazin -- Acting : stage vs. screen / Leo Braudy -- The limits of the novel and the limits of the film / George Bluestone -- Readership and spectatorship / Judith Mayne -- The lyrical film / P. Adams Sitney -- The essay film : on thoughts occasioned by ... Michel De Montaigne and Chris Marker / Timothy Corrigan -- 2.5 Major writers / major films : on William Shakespeare's Macbeth and Jane Austen's Emma. "When every noise appals me" : sound and fear in Macbeth and Akira Kurosawa's Throne of Blood / Evelyn Tribble -- Out damned Scot : dislocating Macbeth in transnational film and media culture / Courtney Lehmann -- Emma, interrupted : speaking Jane Austen in fiction and film / Hilary Schor -- Adapting Jane Austen : the surprising fidelity of Clueless / William Galperin -- 2.6 Beyond film and literary texts. Materializing adaptation theory : the adaptation industry / Simone Murray -- "How? (audiences)" / Linda Hutcheon -- Searching for the origami : The Matrix and transmedia storytelling / Henry Jenkins -- -- PART 3 : Writing about film and literature : critical terms, borders, and strategies. Analytical terms and categories -- Major topics in adaptation studies -- Writing about film and / versus literature.
The Routledge new edition of this classic book functions as an accessible introduction to the historical and theoretical exchanges between film and literature and also includes the key critical readings necessary for an understanding of this increasingly vibrant and popular field of adaption studies. This new edition has been fully updated and is usefully separated into three sections: in the first section Timothy Corrigan guides readers through the history of film and literature to the present; the second section has expanded to reprint 28 key essays by leading theorists in the field including Andre Bazin, Linda Hutcheon and Robert Stam, as well as new essays by Timothy Corrigan and William Galperin; and the third section offers hands-on strategies and advice for students writing about film and literature. Film and Literature will fill a gap for many film and literature courses and courses concentrating on the interplay between the two.
Baker Berry PN1995.3 .F515 2012
Flying couch : a graphic memoir
Kurzweil, Amy, artist
New York : Catapult/Black Balloon, 
Home entertainment -- Bed Bath & Beyond -- Home schooling -- Homeland -- Homegrown -- Homecoming -- Bedbound.
"Flying couch tells the stories of three unforgettable women. Amy Kurzweil weaves her own coming-of-age as a young Jewish artist into the narrative of her mother, a psychologist, and Bubbe, her grandmother, a World War II survivor who escaped from the Warsaw Ghetto by disguising herself as a gentile. The voices and histories of these wise, hilarious, and very different women create a portrait not only of what it means to be part of a family, but also of how each generation bears the imprint of the past."
Baker Berry PN6727.K879 F59 2016
Dispossession : a novel of few words
Grennan, Simon, author
London : Jonathan Cape, 2014
"England, 1873. John Caldigate, a young gentleman, gets into debt gambling and decides to try his luck in the gold fields of New South Wales. On the outward journey, he promises to marry Mrs Smith, a divorced actress. Returning home a rich man, John marries Hester, the sweetheart he left behind. Soon, Mrs Smith also returns from Australia, penniless, and claims that she is already his wife. Inspired by Anthony Trollope's 1879 novel John Caldigate, Dispossession embeds the reader in a uniquely wrought experience of the mid-nineteenth century, including the first ever appearance of the Aboriginal Wiradjuri language in a graphic novel. Taking unique advantage of the graphic form to conjure the material world of the Victorian era in a glittering waltz of intense colour and deep shadow, Dispossession is a virtuoso and intensely affecting graphic novel by a master visual storyteller. Simon Grennan is an internationally acclaimed contemporary artist, comics scholar and author of over forty comics and artist's books."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry PN6737.G74 D57 2014
New York : The New York Review of Books, 
""GOOD MORNING EVERYBODY. . ." So dawns a new day in Soft City, where pill-stuffed citizens sit in traffic, march off to work at Soft Inc., zone out in front of the TV news, and shop, shop, shop. The only graphic novel by the legendary Norwegian pop artist Hariton Pushwagner-- completed in 1975, lost for decades, and never before published in the United States--is a scathing masterpiece in the tradition of Brazil and A Brave New World but with an off-kilter beauty all its own. Pushwagner gives us an epic, exuberantly intricate vision of a single day in a world gone wrong: a brightly smiling, disturbingly familiar dystopia of towering skyscrapers, omnipresent surveillance, and endless, distant war. Every face looks like the next, and language itself has gone soft: "CLEAN BOMB THE HAPPY WAY," blares the morning paper; "Heil Hilton!" barks an overlord on the news. Welcome to Soft City. Now don't be late for work"--
Baker Berry Oversize PN6790.N83 P877 2016
Prince of Cats
Wimberly, Ronald, illustrator
Berkeley, CA : Image Comics, Inc., 2016
A hip-hop retelling of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet that focuses on Tybalt (derisively referred to as "the Prince of Cats") and his Capulet crew as they do battle nightly with the hated Montagues. Set in a Blade Runner-esque version of Brooklyn, Prince of Cats is a mix of urban melodrama, samurai action and classic Shakespearean theater ... all written in iambic pentameter!
Baker Berry Oversize PN6727.W563 P75 2016
Sobre el arte contemporáneo
Aira, César, 1949- author
Barcelona : Literatura Random House, 2016
"Los dos ensayos que integran este volumen fueron escritos con una década de diferencia. Sobre el arte contempor̀neo es la alocución con la que Cesar Aira inauguró el congreso Artescritura, que tuvo lugar en Madrid en 2010 y que se propon̕a como objetivo superar la brecha que separa a escritores y artistas visuales. En La Habana, en cambio, parte de un recorrido por la casa museo del escritor Lezama Lima, realizado durante una visita a Cuba en el año 2000, y desemboca en una crónica del viaje por los museos de la ciudad y los objetos que allá se exponen."--Cover page .
Baker Berry PN53 .A573 2016
Héro(ïne)s : la représentation féminine en bande dessinée
auteurs, Hélène Becquelin and twenty-three others ; universitaires, Isabelle Guillaume, Aymeric Landot, Isolde Lecostey, Vanina Mozziconacci
[Lyon] : Lyon BD Festival, 
"Près de 180 ans après sa naissance la bande dessinée ne connaît encore que de très rares héroïnes. La plupart du temps, les modèles d'identification proposés aux lecteurs et lectrices sont en effet des figures masculines. Il ne s'agit pas de dire que les personnages féminins n'existent pas ou que l'imaginaire du 9' art est machiste. Mais leur représentation reste minoritaire et très souvent liée à des stéréotypes convenus les femmes ont leur place en BD aux côtés du héros, prêtes à l'épauler ou à le soigner en cas de coup dur. Elles peuvent également constituer de très bons éléments à séduire. à sauver du danger et même parfois à instruire. Autant de situations où elles deviennent des objets passifs et non des éléments agissants. Réalisé par Lyon BD Organisation et Jc Deveney. Héro(ïne)s réunit auteurs BD et doctorants, pour faire rire et réfléchir en renversant les genres et les représentations."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry PN6714 .H475 2016
The DC comics encyclopedia : the definitive guide to the characters of the DC universe
text by Alan Cowsill, Alex Irvine, Steve Korte, Matt Manning, Stephen (Win) Wiacek, Sven Wilson ; additional text by Scott Beatty, Robert Greenberger, Phil Jiminez, Nick Jones, Dan Wallace
New York, New York : DK Publishing, 2016
"This definitive encyclopedia features more than 1,000 characters from over 75 years of DC Comics history"--Front jacket flap.
Baker Berry PN6725 .D199 2016
TV transformations : revealing the makeover show
edited by Tania Lewis
London : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014
Baker Berry PN1992.8.R43 T88 2014
Cines del sur : la integración cinematográfica entre los países del MERCOSUR
Buenos Aires : Imago Mundi, 
Baker Berry PN1993.5.L29 M649 2016
Television for women : new directions
edited by Rachel Moseley, Helen Wheatley and Helen Wood
New York, NY : Routledge, 2017
Television for Women brings together emerging and established scholars to reconsider the question of 'television for women'. In the context of the 2000s, when the potential meanings of both terms have expanded and changed so significantly, in what ways might the concept of programming, addressed explicitly to a group identified by gender, still matter? This book presents ground-breaking research on historical and contemporary relationships between women and television around the world.
Baker Berry PN1992.8.W65 T45 2017
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