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Author Page, Joanna, 1974-
Title Crisis and capitalism in contemporary Argentine cinema / Joanna Page.
Publication Info Durham, NC ; London : Duke University Press, 2009.


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Descript xii, 233 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents Nation, state, and filmmaking in contemporary Argentina -- New Argentine cinema and the production of social knowledge -- Labor, bodies, and circulation -- Crime and capitalism in genre cinema -- Nation, migration, and globalization -- Memory and subjectivity -- The politics of private space.
ISBN 9780822344728 (pbk.)
9780822344575 (hbk.)
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Author Page, Joanna, 1974-
Subject Motion picture industry -- Argentina.
Motion pictures -- Argentina.
Argentina -- Economic conditions -- 1983-
Descript xii, 233 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents Nation, state, and filmmaking in contemporary Argentina -- New Argentine cinema and the production of social knowledge -- Labor, bodies, and circulation -- Crime and capitalism in genre cinema -- Nation, migration, and globalization -- Memory and subjectivity -- The politics of private space.
ISBN 9780822344728 (pbk.)
9780822344575 (hbk.)
Author Page, Joanna, 1974-
Subject Motion picture industry -- Argentina.
Motion pictures -- Argentina.
Argentina -- Economic conditions -- 1983-
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  PN 1993.5 A7 P1  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject Motion picture industry -- Argentina.
Motion pictures -- Argentina.
Argentina -- Economic conditions -- 1983-
Descript xii, 233 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents Nation, state, and filmmaking in contemporary Argentina -- New Argentine cinema and the production of social knowledge -- Labor, bodies, and circulation -- Crime and capitalism in genre cinema -- Nation, migration, and globalization -- Memory and subjectivity -- The politics of private space.
ISBN 9780822344728 (pbk.)
9780822344575 (hbk.)

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