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/////////////// F I L M - P H I L O S O P H Y
///////// International Salon-Journal
//////////////////// ISSN 1466-4615
//////// PO Box 26161, London SW8 4WD
///////////// http://www.film-philosophy.com


Over the course of 2005/2006 Film-Philosophy will be publishing a 
number of issues containing extended review-articles on recent 
publications in the following areas: Continental Film Philosophy; 
Analytical Film Philosophy; Cultural and Popular Film Philosophy; and 
Interpretation, Aesthetics, and World Cinema.

Thus Film-Philosophy seeks reviewers for the following books in these 
areas -- PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE, but contact the 
respective editor for each area.

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Call for Review-Articles for Special Issues on

         CONTINENTAL FILM PHILOSOPHY

Editors: Sarah Cooper (Kings College London), David Martin-Jones (St 
Andrews University), Douglas Morrey (University of Warwick), and 
Benjamin Noys (University College, Chichester)

If you would like to review one of these works then please respond as 
soon as possible to Benjamin Noys <b.noys {AT} ucc.ac.uk> 
(mailto:b.noys {AT} ucc.ac.uk). By all means indicate alternative book 
choices in order of preference. Please include a brief statement of 
interest and experience, as this will aid in the selection process. 
And don't forget your prefered postal address. Deadline for Texts 
(2-6,000 words): 6 February 2006 (or 3 months from receipt of book).

Chateau, _Cinema et philosophie_ (2003)
Constable, _Thinking in Images: Film Theory, Feminist Philosophy and 
Marlene Dietrich_ (October 2005)
Doane, _The Emergence of Cinematic Time: Modernity, Contingency, the 
Archive_ (2003)
Egoyan and Balfour, eds, _Subtitles: On the Foreignness of Film_ (2004)
Ehrat, _Cinema and Semiotic: Peirce and Film Aesthetics, Narration, 
and Representation_ (2005)
Fuery, _Madness and Cinema: Psychoanalysis, Spectatorship and Culture_
(2003)
Godard, et al., _Cinema: The Archaeology of Film and the Memory of A 
Century_ (2005)
Heme de Lacotte, _Deleuze: philosophie et cinema_ (2001)
Hockley, _Cinematic Projections: The Analytical Psychology of C. G. 
Jung and Film Theory_ (2003)
Indick, _Movies and the Mind: Theories of the Great Psychoanalysts 
Applied to Film_ (2004)
McCormick and Guenther-Pal, eds, _German Essays on Film_ (2004)
McGowan and Kunkle, eds, _Lacan and Contemporary Film_ (2004)
Marrati, _Gilles Deleuze: Cinema et Philosophie_ (2003)
Michaud, _Aby Warburg and the Image in Motion_ (2004)
Morin, _The Cinema, or the Imaginary Man_ (2005)
Mulvey, _Death 24 x a Second_ (November 2005)
Nancy, _The Ground of the Image_ (November 2005)
Perniola, _Art and Its Shadow_ (2000)
Pisters, _The Matrix of Visual Culture: Working with Deleuze in Film 
Theory_ (2003)
Raessens, _Filosophie en film: Vivre la difference: Deleuze en de 
cinematografische moderniteit_ [in Dutch] (2001)
Sabbadini, ed., _The Couch and the Silver Screen: Psychoanalytic 
Reflections on European Cinema_ (2003)
Smith, ed., _Impossible Presence: Surface and Screen in the 
Photogenic Era_ (2001)
Sobchack, _Carnal Thoughts: Embodiment and Moving Image Culture_ (2004)

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Call for Review-Articles for Special Issues on

         ANALYTICAL FILM PHILOSOPHY

Editors: Richard Stamp (Bath Spa University) and Damian Peter Sutton 
(Glasgow School of Art)

If you would like to review one of these works then please respond as 
soon as possible to Damian Peter Sutton <d.sutton {AT} gsa.ac.uk> 
(mailto:d.sutton {AT} gsa.ac.uk). By all means indicate alternative book 
choices in order of preference. A brief statement of interest and 
experience will aid in the selection process. And don't forget your 
prefered postal address. Deadline for Texts (2-6,000 words): 6 
February 2006 (or 3 months from receipt of book).

Anderson and Anderson, eds, _Moving Image Theory: Ecological 
Considerations_ (2004)
Brereton, _Hollywood Utopia: Ecology in Contemporary American Cinema_
(2005)
Carroll and Choi, eds, _The Philosophy of Film and Mot
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