The following works, although not
contributed to my reflection on matters sensory and
Many yield a bon mot.
Interfaces 5. 1994. Dijon: Centre de Recherches Image Texte Language, Université de Bourgogne.
This issue is a selection of papers from a 1993
theory of the relation between image and language.
Jay, Martin. Downcast Eyes: The denigration of vision in twentieth-century French thought. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993.
A magistral survey that traces
Jay, Nancy. "Gender and Dichotomy," Feminist Studies 7(1) Spring 1981, pp. 38-56.
Examines two epistles of St. Paul noting the distinction in addressee for appeals based on contradiction versus those based on contraries.
Joyce, Michael. "Notes Toward an Unwritten Non-linear Electronic Text, "The Ends of Print Culture". Postmodern Culture 2:1 (Sept. 1991).
"We can re-embody reading if we see that the
network is ours
to inhabit. There are no technologies without
are human structures and modalities."
Krieger, Murray. Ekphrasis: The illusion of the natural sign. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univeristy Press, 1992.
"The art that is designated as a natural-sign art,
arts are viewed as forms of representation, is
the art considered closest to nature, when the arts are
modes of human expression"
Lauretis, Teresa. Alice Doesn't: Feminism, Semiotics, Cinema. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1984.
"semiosis specifies the mutual overdetermination
perception, and experience, a complex nexus of
constitutive effects between the subject and social
which, in the subject, entail a continual modification
consciousness; that consciousness in turn being the
Lévi-Strauss, Claude. Regarder Écouter Lire. Paris: Plon, 1993.
"L'esprit humain était capable de concevoir
et leurs rapports bien avant que leur existence
lui fût révélée."
Lloyd, Genevieve. The Man of Reason: "Male" and "Female" in Western Philosophy. London: Methuen, 1984.
Certainly helps one distinguish between the text of
Markham, Sheila H. "Islamic Calligraphy." Antiquarian Book Monthly Review 16:1 (Jan. 1989).
"Islamic literature delights in the image of the
reed as pen
for the calligrapher and instrument for the musician,
revealing man's inner thoughts to the different
Marshall, Stuart. "The Contemporary Political Use of Gay History: The Third Reich" in How Do I Look? Queer Film and Video. Eds. Bad Object-Choices. Seatle: Bay Press, 1991.
"The problem with homosexuals, as far as the Third
concerned, was the fact that they supposedly did
Miles, Margaret R. Image as Insight: Visual Understanding in Western Christianity and Secular Culture. Boston: Beacon Press, 1985.
Mitchell, W.J.T. Iconology: Image, Text, Ideology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1986.
"The point, then, is not to heal the split between
images, but to see what interests and powers it
Mowitt, John. Text: The Genealogy of an Antidisciplinary Object. Durhan: Duke University Press, 1992.
Most interesting final chapter which revisits Eisenstein's introduction of movement as a category uniting visual and musical modes of signification.
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