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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Karen Beckman and Jean Ma I. Beyond Referentiality 1. What's the Point of an Index? or, Faking Photographs Tom Gunning 2. The Interstices of Thought: Photos, Photograms, and the Essayistic Timothy Corrigan 3. Structural Film: Noise Juan A. Suørez II. Nation, Memory, History 4. An Essay on Calendar Atom Egoyan 5. Photography's Absent Times Jean Ma 6. The Idea of Still Rebecca Baron 7. Crash Aesthetics: Amores Perros and the Dream of Cinematic Mobility Karen Beckman 8. Surplus Memories: From the Slide Show to the Digital Bulletin Board in Jim Mendiola's Speeder Kills Rita Gonzalez III. Working between Media 9. Photography's Expanded Field George Baker 10. Weekend Campus Nancy Davenport 11. Aleph Beat: Wallace Berman between Photography and Film Louis Kaplan 12. Mental Images: The Dramatization of Psychological Disturbance Zoe Beloff 13. Concerning "the Photographic" Raymond Bellour References Contributors Index
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