This page is a killer.
It takes forever to complete it. Most of the references are to philosophy on the net, such as CTHEORY, Postmodern Culture and etc.
Go to the BOOKS directory.
Or other "books" and "biblio" pages (in every directory)...
Go to the library!
Because this page is "under construction"!
The Logic of Practice, Pierre Bourdieu, Stanford U, 1990
Inside the Gaze: The Fiction Film and Its Spectator, Francesco Casetti, Translated by Nell Andrew with Charles O'Brien. This film theory classic brings semiotics and psychoanalytic concepts to bear on the film experience, to answer questions such as: In what way does film address its spectator? How does the film prefigure the spectator? Is the film aware of its orientation towards its spectator? And to what extent does it posit itself as the spectator's lead?
How a Film Theory Got Lost and Other Mysteries in Cultural Studies, Robert B. Ray, Foreword by James Naremore. New ways of thinking about the movies, popular music, and Postmodernism.
The Mask of Art: Breaking the Aesthetic Contract - Film and Literature, Clyde R. Taylor "... Taylor demonstrates astonishing breadth and depth in arguing for 'breaking the aesthetic contract' that excludes anything that does not conform to Eurocentric notions of beauty." - Choice
Aston E. & G. Savona, 1991Theatre as a Sign -System: A Semiotics of Text and Performance (London:Routledge)
Auslander Philip 1997 From Acting to Performance (London & New York: Routledge)
Barry, P, 1995, Beginning Theory: An introduction to literary and cultural theory, Manchester & New York, Manchester University Press
Barthes, R. 1972 Critical Essays (Illinois: Northwestern University Press)
––– 1977 'The Death of the Author' and 'Diderot, Brecht, Eisenstein' in Image Musuic Text (London: Fontana Press)
––– 1987 Image Music Text (London: Fontana Press)
––– 1985 The Grain of the Voice: Interviews 1962-1980 (New York: Hill & Wang)
Bennett, Susan 1990 Theatre Audiences (London & New York: Routledge)
Birch, David. 1989 Language, Literature and Critical Practice
Bulman, James ed. 1996 Shakespeare, Theory and Performance (London & New York: Routledge)
Cahoone, L.E, (1996) From Modernism to Postmodernism: An Anthology, Oxford, Blackwell Publishers
Campbell, M & P. Mead, 1993 Shakespeare's Books (Melbourne: Dept. of English, University of Melbourne)
Carlson, Marvin 1996 Performance: a critical introduction (Londonm: Routledge)
Counsell, Colin 1996 Signs of Performance: an introduction to twentieth-century theatre (London: Routledge)
Dollimore, J & A. Sinfield eds. Political Shakespeare (Manchester: Manchester University Press)
Drain, Richard 1995 Twentieth Century Theatre: A Sourcebook (London: Routledge)
Dukore, Bernard 1974 Dramatic Theory and Criticism: Greeks to Grotowski (New York: Rinehart)
Eagleton, Terry 1985 Literary Theory: An Introduction (London: Basil Blackwell)
Eco, Umberto 1976 A Theory of Semiotics (Bloomington: Indiana University Press)
Elam, K 1980 The Semiotics of Theatre and Drama (London: Methuen)
Esslin, M. 1988 The Field of Drama (London: Methuen)
Fensham R & P. Eckersall (eds.) 1999. Dis/orientations(Monash Theatre Papers 1)
Fortier, M. 1997 Theory/Theatre: an Introduction (London & New York: Routledge)
Garner Shirley Nelson & M Sprengnether 1996 Shakespearean Tragedy and Gender (Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press)
Helbo, A, Johansen, J.D, Pavis. P, Ubersfeld, A, 1991, Approaching Theatre (Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press)
Hilton, Julian 1987 Performance (London: Macmillan)
Hornby, Richard 1977 Script into Performance (Texas: University of Texas Press)
Jardine, Lisa 1983 Still Harping on Daughters: Women and Drama in the Age of Shakespeare (New York: Harvester Wheatsheaf)
McAuley, Gay 2001 ‘Performance Studies: definitions, methodologies, future directions’ in Australian Drama Studies 39 (October 2001).
Melrose, Susan 1994 A Semiotics of the Dramatic Text (London: Macmillan)
Milling, J & Ley, G, 2001, Modern Theories of Performance, Hampshire & New York, Palgrave
Mills, J 1985. Hamlet on Stage Conneticut, Greenwood Press.
Müller, Heiner 1984 Hamletmachine and Other Texts for the Stage ed & trans. by Carl Weber (New York: Performing Arts Journal Publications)
Owens, W.R. & Goodman, L 1996. Shakespeare, Aphra Behn and the Canon London, Routledge & The Open University.
Pavis, Patrice 1982 The Languages of the Stage (New York: PAJ Publications)
–––1992 Theatre at the Crossroads of Culture (London & Newe York: Routledge)
Reinelt, Janelle & Joseph Roach 1992 Critical Theory and Performance (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press)
Weber, C & Kushner, T, 2001, Heiner Muller Reader (Baltimore and London: The John Hopkins University Press)
Wright Elizabeth 1989 Postmodern Brecht: A Re-Presentation (London: Routledge)
Zarrilli, Phillip 1995 Acting (Re)Considered (London & New York: Routledge)
Architectures of Time: Toward a Theory of the Event in Modernist Culture
by Sanford Kwinter 0262611813
In Architectures of Time, Sanford Kwinter offers a critical guide to the modern history of time and to the interplay between the physical sciences and the arts. Tracing the transformation of twentieth-century epistemology to the rise of thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, Kwinter explains how the demise of the concept of absolute time, and of the classical notion of space as a fixed background against which things occur, led to field theory and a physics of the "event." He suggests that the closed, controlled, and mechanical world of physics gave way to the approximate, active, and qualitative world of biology as a model of both scientific and metaphysical explanation.
Kwinter examines theory of time and space in Einstein's theories of relativity and shows how these ideas were reflected in the writings of the sculptor Umberto Boccioni, the town planning schema of the Futurist architect Antonio Sant'Elia, the philosophy of Henri Bergson, and the writings of Franz Kafka. He argues that the writings of Boccioni and the visionary architecture of Sant'Elia represent the earliest and most profound deployments of the concepts of field and event. In discussing Kafka's work, he moves away from the thermodynamic model in favor of the closely related one of Bergsonian duree, or virtuality. He argues that Kafka's work manifests a coherent cosmology that can be understood only in relation to the constant temporal flux that underlies it.
Jung: A Very Short Introduction by Anthony Stevens; Oxford University Press, 2001 [ - Chapter 2: Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious ]
Working the Crowd: Movies and Mass Politics Journal article by Michael Tratner; Criticism, Vol. 45, 2003 [ Spectator Theory and Movies ]
stagematrix.com & cine101.com
Film-North * Anatoly Antohin
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