Alphaville: Journal of Film and Screen Media. Issue 07: Corporeal Cinema
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Inspired by groundbreaking works that have helped to shift the critical discourse on corporeality and embodiment, this themed issue of Alphaville highlights a diverse range of fresh, original work from emerging and established scholars. In setting our mandate for the issue, we wondered how affective theorisations of cinema as embodied experience might usefully intersect with image studies of the human body as raced, gendered, and inextricably tied to broader social and cultural realities. Edited by Ian Murphy and Gwenda Young, University College Cork.