Discussion: Power of the Spectatorship
, Eyes of the People
As with the essay on Syrian cinema, Khatib offers no discussion of spectatorship
on first day of Formula One events.
Part VI Audiences and Spectatorship
: Medieval theatricality and spectatorship
, John J.
He said the popularity of competitive skiing spectatorship
has increased over the past 15 years, since the last U.
Its operation as a re-creation is complex and not limited to the effects on spectatorship
of this alternative physical space.
Thus, according to feminist film critics, female spectatorship
remains, as Doane has put it, a "locus of impossibility" (29).
Part three dives more fully into Hemingway's early fiction, opening with Jennifer Haytock's "Looking at Horses: Destructive Spectatorship
in The Sun Also Rises" which offers a theoretical consideration of the role of spectatorship
--drawn from the work of Martin Harries--and the ways in which Jake Barnes and Brett Ashley intentionally evade direct memories of their respective war experiences.
Packing a powerful punch with both hilarious and horrifying consequences, the honest and unique show is about competition and the limits of spectatorship
Packing a powerful punch with both hilarious and horrifying consequences, this honest and unique show is about competition and the limits of spectatorship
Pawan lashed out at Congress, which is claiming credit for granting statehood to Telangana, for its mute spectatorship
at the martyrdom of two or three youths everyday, during the movement in recent years.
She examines this so-called "progressive" era first in terms of its spectatorship
, then compares progressivism and early feature films, and examines the new consciousness of self-celebrity amongst actors and directors.