David Martin-Jones

Position: Professor of Film Studies
Institution: University of Glasgow
Geographical areas: Transnational, South America, Eastern Asia

Research areas: Film-Philosophy and a World of Cinemas; Time, Ethics, Identities (National and Transnational) in Film; Film Tourism.

Relevant Publications

“The Child-seer in and as History: Argentine Melodrama Kamchatka (2002)” Martin-Jones, D. (2011) Deleuze and World Cinemas. Continuum: London.

 

“O ‘opsigno’ de Gilles Deleuze em Machuca (2004): Cinema e História após a Ditadura Militar”/”Gilles Deleuze’s ‘opsign’ in Machuca (2004) Cinema and History after Military Rule”, in Antonio Carlos Amorim, Silvio Gallo, Wenceslao Machado de Oliveira Jr. (eds.), Conexões: Deleuze e Imagem e Pensamento (Rio de Janeiro: DP et Alii, 2010), pp. 33-48.Chapter on child in Chilean film, Machuca (Portugese) Available online:

https://www.academia.edu/3470764/_O_opsigno_de_Gilles_Deleuze_em_Machuca_2004_Cinema_e_Hist%C3%B3ria_ap%C3%B3s_a_Ditadura_Militar_Gilles_Deleuzes_opsign_in_Machuca_2004_Cinema_and_History_after_Military_Rule_

 

“Islands at the Edge of History”, in David Martin-Jones et al (eds.) Cinema at the Periphery (Wayne State University Press), pp. 230-254 Chapter on the Gaelic child film Seachd

[Other relevant works forthcoming include chapter on child in Brazilian film, The Year my Parents went on Vacation]

Related Links

http://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/cca/staff/davidmartin-jones/

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