Thinking in Action

On Photography: A Philosophical Inquiry

by Diarmuid Costello (2018 [2017])

- Photography — Philosophy.
- Photography — History.
- Photography, Artistic.
- Aesthetics.


RAND Corporation Research Reports

Exploring Media Literacy Education as a Tool for Mitigating Truth Decay

by Alice Huguet, Jennifer Kavanagh, Garrett Baker, & Marjory S. Blumenthal (2019)

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SoundEffects 8.1

Sound and Senses

by Iben Have & Helle Breth Klausen (eds.) (2019)


The Opera Quarterly

Deals with the Devil: Faust, Contracts, and the Dangers of Mechanical Reproduction in Brian De Palma’s /Phantom of the Paradise/ (1974)

by Annette Davison (2018)

Brian De Palma’s film Phantom of the Paradise (1974) is decidedly “palimpsestuous,” to use a term introduced by Gérard Genette in his discussion of the relationships between texts.2 A palimpsest is here defined as “a text derived from another pre-existent t


The Opera Quarterly

The Music of /Il Fantasma dell’Opera/ by Dario Argento

by Roberto Calabretto (2018)

In the long history of cinematic remakes of The Phantom of the Opera, Argento’s film is, contrary to the considered opinions of critics and even his own fans, not a “wrong turn” in the trajectory of one of the horror genre’s most disconcerting masters, but


The Opera Quarterly

Musical Sources and “Thereness”: The Location of Inspiration in Cinematic Adaptations of /Le Fantôme de l’Opéra/

by Cormac Newark (2018)

Although never featured explicitly in adaptations of this much-adapted text, the opening gambit of Gaston Leroux’s novel is fundamental not only to his enterprise but to that of many attempts to render it as cinema.