Ranciere and Film - Critical Connections (Paperback)Paul Bowman (editor)
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Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 347 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 15 mm
'The sheer amount of research, scope of contributions and argument put into Ranciere and Film make it an engaging and thought-provoking text for study into Ranciere's writings and of film study. Researchers in the field will find much to praise as the scholars critically engage with the material and frame new angles for consideration, leading to a far more enriching experience than merely spelling out where they believe the answers lie. Informative and provoking, it is a welcome encouragement to explore film study further.'
- Sam Beaton, Scottish Journal of Performance
"Ranciere and Film's strength is that it both introduces readers to the timely ideas of an un-conventional thinker and sets forth some provocative interpretations. Those who know Ranciere may find its applications intriguing, and those who are not familiar with the thinker may find themselves wanting to read the original, to think things through for themselves. In this way, the collection is faithful to the real democratic potential of cinema and the true force of Ranciere's egalitarian hought."--Nina Belmonte, University of Victoria, Philosophy in Review
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