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R. Bruce Brasell
Abstract: The treatment of gender and same-sex desire in "A Florida Enchantment" defines the film as a hermaphroditic text that contains
simultaneous but divergent readings.
Abstract: The recently restored film "The Dybbuk" recreates an Eastern European Jewish culture wiped out by the Nazis while providing
extraordinary insights into religion in general and the mystical tradition of Judaism with its male and female Godhead.
Christopher D. Morris
Abstract: Hermeneutic criticism of "North by Northwest" traces the direction of the change in Thornhill's character, but a deconstructive
reading finds the film questioning the concept of direction.
Abstract: The Liquid Metal Man of "Terminator 2" exposes ambiguities in the figure of the American body politic that have existed for
over three hundred years; in contrast, the reprogrammed T101 suggests a body politic as cyborg and offers false assurances
of popular control over mass democracy under late capitalism.
Abstract: Film studies in the heteronormative academy relies on close analysis to contain the threat and promise gay porno offers to
both men and women, straight and gay.
William Uricchio, Roberta E. Pearson
Robert Lang, Gregory Martino