Queer Projections: Sexuality and Visibility Through the Avant-Garde Lens 公开

Venell, Elizabeth Anne (2012)

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Queer Projections: Sexuality and Visibility Through the Avant-Garde Lens
As a point of connection between multiple conceptions of sexuality and its visible forms,
"queer cinema" now constitutes one of the major modes through which sexual minorities
access cultural visibility. This dissertation brings cinema and theory together in the
representation and analysis of non-normative sexualities, with homosexuality as the
definitional center. Rather than prioritizing Hollywood film, as previous studies have, this
work produces a story of queer cinema by examining films within, and in relation to, the
American avant-garde.

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Table of Contents


Introduction






1-28

Chapter 1. Queer Cinema and the Repressive Hypothesis
29-70

Chapter 2. The Psycho-Drama




71-112

Chapter 3. The Queer Underground



112-131

Chapter 4. The Lesbian New Wave



132-183

Conclusion







184-189

Bibliography






190-197

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