In this Issue
Since its inception, Camera Obscura has devoted itself to providing innovative feminist perspectives on film, television, and visual media. It consistently combines excellence in scholarship with imaginative presentation and a willingness to lead media studies in new directions. The journal has developed a reputation for introducing emerging writers to the field. Its debates, essays, interviews, and summary pieces encompass a spectrum of media practices, including avant-garde, alternative, fringe, international, and mainstream.
published byDuke University Press
viewing issue51 (Volume 17, Number 3), 2002
Amelie Hastie, University of California, Santa Cruz
Lynne Joyrich, Brown University
Constance Penley, University of California, Santa Barbara
Sasha Torres, Johns Hopkins University
Patricia White, Swarthmore College
Sharon Willis, University of Rochester
Mary Ann Doane
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