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Deny All Knowledge: Reading the " X-files "
The "X Files" is as complex and controversial a phenomenon as the television series "Twin Peaks" was in the early 1990s. Mysterious and macabre episodes, led by fictional FBI agents Fox Mulder andExpand
Late for the Sky: The Mentality of the Space Age
In Debate: Television Studies in the American Academy
‘In Debate’ invites eight notable US scholars in the field of television studies to reflect on the current state of television studies as a discourse - its origins and methodologies, its value andExpand
The Essential Sopranos Reader
FROM CINESPACE TO CYBER SPACE: Zionists and Agents, Realista and Gamers in The Matrix and eXistenz
Abstract It was for the construction of those micro-bubbles that human intelligence and science had evolved, that savants and engineers and whimsical caricaturists had put together the separateExpand
Rooted in the Absence of Place
"No Box of Chocolates": The Adaptation of Forrest Gump
Like Chance the Gardener in Being There, Forrest is the creation of his audience, a Nowhere Man positioned at the center of an historical tableau, the gooey nougat at the heart of a video sampler.Expand
The Essential Cult TV Reader
Introduction: how cult TV became mainstream / David Lavery -- Absolutely fabulous / Angelina I. Karpovich -- The adventures of Brisco County, Jr. / Bartley Porter and Lynnette Porter -- Alias /Expand