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Letter to M. Cavell about cinema (a remake)
Joshua Foa Dienstag

establishment of a theater. It was generally suspected that this part of the article was either written or suggested by Voltaire, who was living in exile there at the time and complaining bitterly to his friends about the lack of a theater. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, born in Geneva, had contributed many entries to the Encyclopédie on music and political economy and was well known as a

in Cinema, democracy and perfectionism
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Memory and popular film
Paul Grainge

generational nostalgia felt towards the place and purpose of cinema in specific communities. Whether this turns on particular exhibition sites, rituals and experiences, or on stars and films themselves, a growing body of work has begun to examine cultural constructions of identity produced through audience memory. 24 If what might be called a ‘political economy of cinematic memory’ has seen new industrial

in Memory and popular film