Welcome to H-Film

Welcome to H-Film, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences Online. H-Film encourages scholarly discussion on cinema, film and media studies, visual arts as well as digital humanities. We invite you to use H-film as a collaborative platform to create intra and para academic projects related to the cinema, media, visual culture and film studies.

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NeMLA 2022 Baltimore: Uses and Misuses of Care in a Critical Posthumanist Framework

Critical posthumanism is situated at the intersection of posthuman studies, ecocriticism, technology studies, and ethics, where human exceptionalism is rejected in favor of an ontologically diverse approach to human existence. Here, the normative anthropocentric view of the world is replaced with a more immanent and equitable paradigm where human subjects are asked to reconsider their relationship with others, especially non-human others who share their environment, in a relational way. This approach demands that the subject-object relation be formed co-constitutively.

Obayashi Nobuhiko: A Call for Papers

For nearly 60 years until his death in 2020, Obayashi Nobuhiko continued to challenge and expand the many fields of moving image production he engaged in, from experimental films to commercials, from idol movies to anti-war digital cinema. While justly celebrated in Japan, Obayashi remained largely unknown abroad until Hausu, his 1977 commercial feature debut, was finally released on DVD in English-language markets in 2010 to cult success.

2021 “Spiral Talks” Lecture: Elizabeth Reich — Black Time, Technics, and the Haptic

 

The Spiral Collective cordially invites you to its 2021 “Spiral Talks” Lecture:

 

• Black Time, Technics, and the Haptic •

 

Elizabeth Reich

Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh

 

Friday, June 25, 2021

3:00-4:30pm EDT

Zoom

(Click HERE to register)

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