Interview with Laura Mulvey

@article{Sassatelli2011InterviewWL,
  title={Interview with Laura Mulvey},
  author={Roberta Sassatelli},
  journal={Theory, Culture \& Society},
  year={2011},
  volume={28},
  pages={123 - 143}
}
  • R. Sassatelli
  • Published 1 September 2011
  • Sociology
  • Theory, Culture & Society
This conversation between Laura Mulvey and Roberta Sassatelli offers a historical reconstruction of Mulvey’s work, from her famous essay ‘Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema’ to her most recent reflections on male gaze, film technology and visual culture. The conversation initially deals with the socio-cultural context in which the ‘Visual Pleasure...’ essay was produced by outlining a number of possible theoretical parallelisms with other scholars, from Foucault to Barthes to Goffman. Then… Expand
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