Table of contents for Theory of the image : capitalism, contemporary film, and women / Ann Kibbey.

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The Capitalist Theory of the Image
The Iconoclastic Theory of the Image and the Corporation
Congruence with the Capitalist Economy
Critique of Baudrillard
Critique of Barthes 
Debord and the Social Production of the Image
Screening Out: Lacan's Mirror Stage and the Cinematic Apparatus
Mulvey's Symbiosis of Woman and Image
Liberating a Woman from Her Image
The Suitors
Persian Narrative Structure and Activating the Audience
The Story of the Veil
The Story of the Sheep
How Images Move the Story Around
Character and the Mutable Image of the Veil
The Stabbing
Exit the Black Screen Suitcase
Relief from the Production of Certainties
Overview: Peirce, Eisenstein, Manchevski
The Icon as a Set of Relations
Indexes: The Natural Image, Racism, Photography
Why Eisenstein Has Been a Threat
Before the Rain: An Iconic Film
Women, Time, Photos
"Have a Nice War. Take Pictures."
Linear Narrative, Cubist Narrative
Selected Bibliography

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