Dance and Fetish: Phenomenology and Metz's Epistemological Shift

@article{Chateau2014DanceAF,
  title={Dance and Fetish: Phenomenology and Metz's Epistemological Shift},
  author={Dominique Chateau and Martin Lefebvre},
  journal={October},
  year={2014},
  pages={103-132}
}
Christian Metz is remembered today as having almost single-handedly transformed the culture of film studies. This widely held view was summarized by one commentator, who wrote that “with Metz a new research paradigm is born, as well as a new generation of scholars. The ontological theories are followed by methodological theories.” According to another, “Metz exemplified a new kind of film theorist, one who came to the field already ‘armed’ with the analytic instruments of a specific discipline… 
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Editors’ Introduction: What is Film Phenomenology?
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