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Broken Beyond Repair:Warren Spector on the History of Video Games

Spector, Warren et al. (15 nov. 2013)

In 2010, I received a postdoctoral research grant from FQRSC to study the history of video games. Usually you get this type of grant to go work in an established research center. While preparing the grant proposal, I discovered that there are not many permanent facilities relevant to this kind of ...

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Richard Osborne, Vinyl: A History of the Analogue Record

Chastagner, Claude (22 avr. 2013)

January 2013 was marked in France by the news that all the country’s Virgin stores, the main purveyor of CDs with Fnac, were about to close down. At the same time, in my hometown of Montpellier, a limited, but steady number of record stores remain open. Small, independent, they all stock mostly, ...

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Tricia Jenkins, The CIA in Hollywood: How the Agency Shapes Film and Television

Mingant, Nolwenn (22 avr. 2013)

The CIA in Hollywood, by Tricia Jenkins, an Assistant Professor in the Film, Television, and Digital Media Department at Texas Christian University, is a brief and clear presentation of how the CIA has actively sought to collaborate with Hollywood to develop certain programs since the mid-1990s. ...

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At the Crossroads of Media, Media Critique, and the Critique of Media critics – An Interview with Serge Halimi, Editor-in-Chief of Le Monde Diplomatique

Halimi, Serge et al. (13 déc. 2012)

In “Media Studies: A French Blind Spot,” François Cusset observed that, contrary to American tradition, no comprehensive interdisciplinary approach to media studies has so far penetrated French universities, thus leaving an ‘empty territory’ between the professional training of journalists ...

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The Impact of Runaway Productions on Hollywood Labor Organizations

Peltzman, Daniel (23 mars 2012)

This study tries to show the impact of runaway productions on Hollywood labor unions. In the context of globalization, and also of US federalism used to lower labor standards, the unions’ response towards the producers has generally been weak despite some successes in recent years, notably of the ...

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John Mullen, ‘The show must go on!’ La Chanson populaire en Grande-Bretagne pendant la Grande Guerre, 1914-1918

Béliard, Yann (15 nov. 2013)

On 30-31 August 2014, an international conference entitled ‘The Music of War: 1914-1918’ will be held at the British Library to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War. The call for papers published by convenors Jane Angell and Rachel Moore (Royal Holloway, University of London ...

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The Limits of Control (Jim Jarmusch, 2009): An American Independent Movie or a European Film?

Murillo, Céline (23 mars 2012)

The Limits of Control is considered an American film, although it relies on funding coming from foreign countries and on a multinational cast. The analysis of American reviews shows a rejection of the movie that is seen as un-American; American critics fail to focus on the film maker’s original ...

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Priscilla L. Walton and Bruce Tucker, American Culture Transformed. Dialing 9/11

Souladié, Vincent (25 oct. 2014)

Published just months after the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, Priscilla L. Walton and Bruce Tucker’s American Culture Transformed, by pertaining to both media and gender studies, strives to contribute a complementary and original point of view to the debates about the post-9/11 years. For ...

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“To prevent the present heat from dissipating”: Stanley Kubrick and the Marketing of Dr. Strangelove (1964)

Krämer, Peter (22 avr. 2013)

Making extensive use of archival sources, most notably from the Stanley Kubrick Archive at the University of the Arts London, this article examines the production history and marketing of Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and the Love the Bomb (1964), a film based on Peter George’ ...

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