Queer Bergman: Sexuality, Gender, and the European Art Cinema

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University of Texas Press, 15 мар. 2013 г. - Всего страниц: 220
Foregrounding a fundamental aspect of the Swedish auteur's work that has been routinely ignored, as well as the vibrant connection between postwar American queer culture and European art cinema, this book offers a pioneering reading of Bergman's films as profoundly queer work
 

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Introduction Ingmar Bergman and the Foreign Self
1
The Art Cinemas Queer Allure
21
Discourse and Counterdiscourse
59
3 The Uncanny Undefined
105
Caught Between the Shame of Looking and the Shame of Being Ashamed to Do So
133
Conclusion
167
Notes
177
Bibliography
203
Index
213
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Daniel Humphrey is Assistant Professor of Film Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies at Texas A&M University. He has published articles in Screen, GLQ, Post Script, and elsewhere; serves on the editorial board of the online journal Invisible Culture; and has worked as a film programmer for George Eastman House and ImageOut: The Rochester Lesbian and Gay Film and Video Festival.

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