Aesthetic Investigations 2020 Volume 3(2)
Special Issue on Philosophy of Film Without Theory
Getting Away with Murder? Crimes and Misdemeanors and Alternative Conceptions of Justice
With Friends like These… or: How Not to Respond to the Imposition Objection
Emerson’s Vision of America in John Ford’s Stagecoach
Police, Adjective and Attunement to the Significance of Things
Craig Fox & Britt Harrison
Inaugurating Philosophy of Film Without Theory
Rob van Gerwen
What They See is What We Get: The Real Tells the Fiction
The New World: Heideggerian or Humanist Cinema?
Kristin A. Hrehor
Mother-Daughter Identity Constructs in Lady Snowblood and Carrie
Ordinary Language Film Studies
Colin Heber Percy
The Flesh is Weak: Empathy and Becoming Human in Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin
Jônadas Techio Mourning the Loss of the Ordinary: A Cavellian Reading of Ozu’s Late Spring
When the Silent Universe Speaks: Testing Camus’ absurd in the alien encounters of Contact and Arrival
Philosophy of Film Without Theory (Forthcoming 2021) Palgrave Macmillan.
Craig Fox & Britt Harrison are co-editing a collected volume of commissioned papers.
The contents will include an Interview with Malcolm Turvey & Richard Allen, together with chapter contributions from Lucy Bolton, Carla Carmona, James Conant, Katheryn Doran, Elizabeth Hope Finnegan, Maximilian De Gaynesford, Rob van Gerwen, John Gibson, Eran Guter, Inbal Guter, Colin Heber-Percy, Andrew Klevan, David Macarthur, Rupert Read, Bernhard Ritter, Constantine Sandis, Sebastian Sunday, Iris Vidmar, and William Rothman. Co-editors Craig Fox and Britt Harrison will each contribute a chapter as well as the volume Introduction.