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Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity

Narrative Time in National Contexts

by David Martin-Jones

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Published by Edinburgh University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Film theory & criticism,
  • Western philosophy, from c 1900 -,
  • Performing Arts,
  • Sociology,
  • Cinema/Film: Book,
  • General,
  • Social Science / General,
  • Film & Video - History & Criticism,
  • Television - History & Criticism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7964301M
    ISBN 100748622446
    ISBN 109780748622443

    Unlike other philosophers whose work can be applied to questions of sex and gender, Deleuze's philosophy was motivated by the problem of desire and difference. Over the last three decades, feminist theory, gender theory and queer theory have been rev. He is the author of Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity (EUP, ), Scotland: Global Cinema (EUP, forthcoming) and Deleuze Reframed (I.B. Taurus, ). Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer Author: David Martin-Jones.

    Martin-Jones, Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity, , Buch, Bücher schnell und portofrei Beachten Sie bitte die aktuellen Informationen unseres Partners DHL zu Liefereinschränkungen im Ausland. David Martin-Jones is Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. He is the author of Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity (), Deleuze Reframed () and Scotland: Global Cinema (), and co-editor of Cinema at the Periphery () and Deleuze and Film (forthcoming).

      David Martin-Jones is Senior Lecturer in Film Studies at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. He is the author of Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity (), Deleuze Reframed () and Scotland: Global Cinema (), and co-editor of Cinema at the Periphery () and Deleuze and Film (forthcoming).   He is the author of Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity (Edinburgh University Press, ) and co-author of Why Deleuze? (, forthcoming). He is .


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Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity by David Martin-Jones Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introduction: Deleuze, Film Studies and National Identity (pp. ) This book uses Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy of time to engage with a range of contemporary films from a number of different national cinemas.

It illustrates how Deleuze’s theories can broaden our understanding of the way national identity is constructed in cinema.

This book fruitfully and originally combines three areas of investigation:recent cinema, Deleuzean film theory, and national identity This is atimely and well-informed addition to current discussions in Anglophone filmstudies.

(Forum for Modern Language Studies)Cited by: (PDF) Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity | David Martin-Jones - THIS BOOK IS AVAILABLE ON SCRIBD. Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity challenges the traditional use of Deleuze’s philosophy to examine European art cinema. It explores how Deleuze can be used to analyse national identity across a range of.

Deleuze Cinema And National Identity Deleuze Cinema And National Identity by David Martin-Jones, Deleuze Cinema And National Identity Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format.

Download Deleuze Cinema And National Identity books, This volume challenges the traditional use of Deleuze's philosophy to examine European art cinema. The first sustained analysis of Deleuze and national identity, this book brings together film theory and film history.

It explores how Deleuze can be used to analyse national identity across Cinema and National Identity book range of different cinemas, including North America, Britain, Germany.

Cinema and National Identity book This book challenges the traditional use of Deleuze's philosophy to examine European art cinema, exploring how Deleuze can be used to analyse national identity across a range of different cinemas.

Focusing on narrative time, it combines a Deleuzean approach with a vast range of non-traditional. As the title suggests, this book fruitfully and originally combines three areas of investigation: recent cinema, Deleuzean film theory, and national identity.

Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity offers a clear and accessible introduction to Deleuze's two main categories of cinematic time.

It provides ample textual examples to anchor chief concepts and to key in the subsequent argument. The structure of the exposition is rigorously constructed and its direction is frequently signposted. Despite their title, Gilles Deleuze'sCinemabooks are not 'about' the cinema: they are works of philosophy first and foremost, even if this has yet to be fully recognised.

Deleuze turns to the cinema in order to address specific philosophical problems - precisely because the formal resources of the cinema enable it to 'think' the relation.

Indeed, Deleuze's view of film as a site of provocation, a means of generating new modes of creating and thinking, seems to invite explorations into specific historical and national situations. That Deleuze, Cinema and National Identitydemonstrates what such a project would look like is.

Synopsis Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity challenges the traditional use of Deleuze's philosophy to examine European art cinema. It explores how Deleuze can be used to analyse national identity across a range of different cinemas.

Focusing on narrative time it combines a Deleuzean approach with a vast range of non-traditional : David Martin-Jones. Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity: Narrative Time in National Contexts Article in Screen 48(1) January with 26 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity challenges the traditional use of Deleuze's philosophy to examine European art cinema. It explores how Deleuze can be used to analyse national identity across a range of different cinemas. Focusing on narrative time it combines a Deleuzean approach with a vast range of non-traditional : David Martin-Jones.

Deleuze And World Cinemas Deleuze And World Cinemas by David Martin-Jones, Deleuze And World Cinemas Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Deleuze And World Cinemas books, Shortlisted for the British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies Annual Book Award. Deleuze's Cinema books continue to cause controversy.

Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity challenges the traditional use of Deleuze's philosophy to examine European art cinema. It explores how Deleuze can be used to analyse national identity across a range of different cinemas.

Focusing on narrative time it combines a Deleuzean approach with a vast range of non-traditional material. Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity - Paperback - David Martin-Jones - Oxford University Press New in Paperback'This is one of the standout books of the year.

Martin-Jones provides a profound and original reassessment of Gilles Deleuze's own concepts of style and history in modern cinema. David Martin-Jones, Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity. Narrative Time in National Contexts. By Clotilde Simond.

Abstract. David Martin-Jones propose d’articuler les concepts deleuziens d’image-mouvement et d’image-temps avec la question de l’identité. At the same time, the book goes beyond Deleuze, indeed displaces his thought onto new territories. This is a remarkable book.'Professor David Rodowick, Harvard University The first sustained analysis of Deleuze and national identity, this book brings together film theory and film history.

Deleuze's Cinema Books: Three Introductions to the Taxonomy of Images: Deamer, David: Deleuze's Way: Essays in Transverse Ethics and Aesthetics: Bogue, Ronald: Deleuze, Altered States and Film: Powell, Anna: Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity: Narrative Time in National. This period has given us a distinctive set of films, “time-images” of national identity – images of the processes of the “huge forces of disintegration”, thus becoming part of that cinematic history that includes the time-styles of Roberto Rossellini, Jacques Rivette, Yasujiro Ozu, and Jean-Luc Godard; points where the cinema, as Deleuze writes, “becomes completely political”.

From this vantage point, Martin-Jones. Different readings of the hybrid nature of time- and movement-images are present, for example, in such different texts as Jacques Rancière's Film Fables () and David Martin-Jones's Deleuze, Cinema, and National Identity ().

But it is debatable whether any other scholar has so thoroughly and convincingly demonstrated that this hybridity.Book Description: A wide-ranging collection of essays on the film-philosophy of Gilles Deleuze.

Deleuze and Film explores how different films from around the world 'think' about topics like history, national identity, geopolitics, ethics, gender, genre, affect, religion, surveillance culture, digital aesthetics and the body. Mapping the global diversity of this cinematic thinking, this book.Screen David Martin-Jones' Deleuze, Cinema and National Identity is one of the standout books of the year.

Martin-Jones provides a profound and original reassessment of Gilles Deleuze's own concepts of style and history in modern cinema.

At the same time, the book goes beyond Deleuze, indeed displaces his thought on to new territories.