Multiple Voices in Feminist Film Criticism

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University of Minnesota Press, 1994 - Literary Criticism - 547 pages
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Multiple Voices in Feminist Film Criticism offers a comprehensive survey of the rich and varied contributions feminist scholars have made to film studies over the past two decades. Individual chapters present a range of perspectives, from psychoanalytic, linguistic, and historical, to Marxist, textualist, and postcolonial discourses, thus highlighting accounts (with filmographies and reading lists) of how six professors conceive of and teach their feminist film courses.

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Carson is professor of film studies at St. Louis Community College at Meramec and Adjunct Professor of Film at Webster University.

JANICE R. WELSCH has taught courses in film criticism and history, Women's Studies, and Multicultural Studies since joining the English and Journalism faculty of Western Illinois University in 1975. She has served as Co-Director of the Expanding Cultural Diversity Project for over ten years and has co-edited Multiple Voices in Feminist Film Criticism. She recently received the Society for Cinema and Media Studies' Service Award for her distinguished contributions to the Society and to the profession.

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