Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture
Discourse explores a variety of topics in contemporary cultural studies, theories of media and literature, and the politics of sexuality, including questions of language and psychoanalysis. The journal publishes valuable and innovative essays on a wide range of cultural phenomena, promoting theoretical approaches to literature, film, the visual arts, and related media.
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Discourse Volume 39, Number 3 (Fall 2017)
Edited by Pooja Rangan and Genevieve Yue
Audibilities: Voice and Listening in the Penumbra of Documentary: An Introduction
Hearing Voice(s): Experiments with Documentary Listening
Between We and Me: Filmed Interviews and the Politics of Personal Pronouns
Roundtable: Wild Sounds and Women’s Voices
Documenting the Son/iconic Discord
Data Visualization as Documentary Form: The Murmur of Digital Magnitude
Do a Number: The Facticity of the Voice, or Reading Stop-and-Frisk Data
Science Fiction, Globalization, and “The Desire Called Utopia”: Reimagining the Future and the Ontology of Possibility: Review of Shockwaves of Possibility: Essays on Science Fiction, Globalization, and Utopia by Phillip E. Wegner
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Discourse Volume 40, Number 1 (Winter 2018)
The Accessibility of the Avant-Garde: Talk about American Experimental Cinema
Contingent Motion: Rethinking the “Wind in the Trees” in Early Cinema and CGI
Just Another Manic Monad: Of Glass, Bees, and Glass Bees
Historicizing Perception: Film Theory, Neuroscience, and the Philosophy of Mind
Impossible Photographs: Images of War from Rossellini to Documentary
Their Satanic Majesties’ Celluloid Regret: Review of Rock ’n’ Film: Cinema’s Dance with Popular Music by David E. James
Justin J. Morris
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