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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 issue44 (Volume 15, Number 2), 2000
Table of Contents
- Mourning, Sound, and Vision: Jean-Luc Godard's JLG/JLG
- pp. 74-103
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