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The Cinematic Gaze of the Other: How Are Images Watching You?

I am redefining the notion of the gaze according to Lacanian psychoanalysis and applying in to the studies of images in therms of desire and the production of the Other.

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Published Online: June 3, 2016

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Under the Influence of the "Great Mother" Archetype: Photographing Raw Clay Bruneian Landscapes through an Ecofeminist Lens

Using her alter-ego persona, the "Kiln Priestess," as a Jungian archetypal reference, Geiger-Ho explores the principles of ecofeminism in her recent natural landscape photographs of Brunei Darussalam.

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Published Online: June 3, 2016

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Monumentalizing the Real: On the Status of the Document and the Functions of the Image in Griersonian Documentary Film

Precisely in the moment when Griersonian documentary film was born, the relationship between actuality and its representation became increasingly problematic and as a result documentary rather monumentalized than documented actuality.

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Published Online: May 27, 2016

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The Endowment of Light: A Sense of Space

Atmosphere is the name given to the image of light in architectural space; endowed memory may be the process whereby the image evolves.

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Published Online: May 27, 2016

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"Brand" and Brand Image: Misdefinition, Misuse, Miscommunication, Empirical Amphiboly, and Resolution

Hardly anyone knows what the word "brand" means anymore. Most confuse it with the brand image concept. This article attempts to sort out the mess and remedy the widespread confusion.

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Published Online: May 27, 2016

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Cognitive Science, Photography, and Narrative: Introductory Thoughts on an Unexplored Nexus

This paper provides concrete examples of how cognitive science may inform photographic practice and interpretation, including a more rigorous approach to understanding narrative in single photographs.

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Published Online: May 27, 2016

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Amateur Archives: The Uses of Public and Private Archives in a Digital World

This paper explores the effects of recent changes in how institutions collect and showcase archival material while also addressing the rise in individual initiated archival collections and their online distribution.

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Published Online: April 5, 2016

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Kinetic Displacement in Amiel Courtin-Wilson’s "Hail"

This paper examines of how kinetic distortion informs Amiel Courtin-Wilson’s 2011 film, Hail and allows for a complex consideration of trauma, violence, and loss.

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Published Online: April 5, 2016

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The Archetypal Images in the Scientific and Technological Imaginary in the Mass Culture

This is a study about what are the main archetypal images produced by science-technology imaginary in mass culture, specially through the mainstream film series.

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Framing the "Weird Body" in Contemporary Greek Cinema: Dogtooth (2009), Attenberg (2010), Alps(2011)

This is a study on the "Weird Body," a new image of the human body in contemporary European arthouse cinema.

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Published Online: April 5, 2016

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