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Screening disability : essays on cinema and disability
1 Acknowledgments 2 Introduction: The State of Cinema and Disability Studies 3 Theorizing Cinema and Disability 4 Screening Stereotypes: Images of Disabled People 5 The Hollywood Discourse onExpand
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Science in the Marketplace: Nineteenth-Century Sites and Experiences
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Media, Drugs, and Schizophrenia in the Works of Philip K. Dick
This essay employs the work of German media theorists Friedrich Kittler and Wolfgang Hagen to introduce a new way of understanding the role of media technologies in Philip K. Dick's fiction. DickExpand
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Mesmerism and the Electric Age: From Poe to Edison
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Translocated dogs from Nunavut and the spread of rabies.
Background Investigations of rabid animals that cross provincial/territorial boundaries are resource intensive and complex because of their multi-jurisdictional and multi-sectoral nature. ObjectiveExpand
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Voices of the dead: Transmission/translation/transgression
The history of spiritualist sound experiments – from nineteenth‐century ‘trumpet manifestations’ to contemporary ‘electronic voice phenomena’ – represents a sustained engagement with electrical noiseExpand
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The Fans from U.N.C.L.E.: The Marketing and Reception of the Swinging '60s Spy Phenomenon
Abstract Over the past few years there has been a surprising number of big-budget Hollywood films based on the 1960s spy show genre, such as Mission: Impossible (1996), Austin Powers: InternationalExpand
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Sonic Mediations: Body, Sound, Technology
Sonic Mediations: Body, Sound, Technology is a collection of original essays that represents an invaluable contribution to the burgeoning field of sound studies. While sound is often posited asExpand
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