Agamben’s cinema: Psychology versus an ethical form of life
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Janet Harbord is Professor of Film at Queen Mary, University of London. Her work crosses the disciplines of film studies, visual culture, and philosophy. She is the author of several books, including Chris Marker: La Jetee (Afterall Books & MIT, 2009), The Evolution of Film (Polity Press, 2007), and Simon Starling, with D. Roelstraete and F. Manacorda (Phaidon Press, 2012). Her book Excentric Cinema: Giorgio Agamben and Film Archaeology (Bloomsbury, Thinking Cinema Series) is forthcoming in Spring 2016.
Publication date: September 1, 2015
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