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Issue 5.1

2016

Humorous Disruptions: Laughter and Technologies of Disruption in Feminist Film and Media

Humorous Disruptions: Laughter and Technologies of Disruption in Feminist Film and Media
edited by Desirée de Jesús, Julia Huggins, Rachel Webb Jekanowski,Tess McClernon, and Vanessa Meyer.

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Individual Chapters

Introduction

Introduction

Desirée de Jesús, Rachel Webb Jekanowski and Tess McClernon

Articles

When Politics Were Fun: Recovering a History of Humour in U.S. Feminism

Kirsten Leng

“Shame Yourself”: 1950s American Television and the Discreet Disruptions of Gertrude Berg

Paul Michael Babiak

The Acoustic Screen: The Dynamics of the Female Look and Voice in Abbas Kiarostami’s Shirin

Najmeh Moradiyan Rizi

Reviews

This Is Not a Joke: Review of “Performing Praxis” Roundtable

Aditi Ohri and Xander Selene

Medusa’s Laugh: Relief or Resistance?

Jillian Vasko

Critique de Film and Games: Interactions

Maxime Deslongchamps-Gagnon

Reading for Knowledge and Pleasure: Re-evaluating Forbidden Love

Kristi Kouchakji

Watching Gender Through an Austere Lens

Lisa Aalders

Disruption Through Laughter? Sans Blague/No Joke at the MAC

Jake Bagshaw