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The first in-depth historical study of the trailblazing filmmaker and feminist and her work learn more...
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Pub Date: July 2012
New translations illustrate Beauvoir's political engagement and cultural critique learn more...
Author: Joseph Mai|
Pub Date: May 2010
Fleshing out contemporary ethics in the Dardenne brothers' films learn more...
Author: Elizabeth Ezra|
Pub Date: April 2008
A penetrating analysis of a director whose work exemplifies Europe's engagement with Hollywood learn more...
Author: Monique Wittig|
Pub Date: August 2007
A leading French feminist's most popular novel, available again learn more...
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Pub Date: July 2006
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Paulhan's seminal work in English for the first time learn more...
Author: Emmanuel Levinas|
Pub Date: 2006
This work, a philosophical reaction to prevailing nihilism in the 1960's is urgent reading today when a new sort of nihilism, parading in the very garments of humanism, threatens to engulf our civilization. ---- A key text in Levinas work, introduces the concept of the humanity of each human being as only understood and discovered through understanding the humanity of others first learn more...