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Locations of (Dis)embodied Labour in Theatre and Performance
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SMLC Staff-Student Work-in-Progress Seminar
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Italian Cinema Group - Mauro Resmini (online talk)
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The Italian Cinema GroupLink opens in a new window is delighted to announce the next online talk on the 30th of November (5-6 pm UK time) for the Autumn Term. We will host Mauro Resmini (University of Maryland) who will give a talk based on his recent book Italian Political CinemaLink opens in a new window (University of Minnesota Press). You will find the MS Teams HereLink opens in a new window and on the institutional page of the Italian Cinema Group.

"Traditionally, the definition of political cinema assumes a relationship between cinema and politics, but Mauro Resmini sees this relationship as an impasse. He turns to Italian cinema to explore how films have reinvented the link between popular art and radical politics in Italy from 1968 to the early 1980s, a period of intense political and cultural struggles known as the long ’68".

This book is freely available in an open-access edition thanks to TOME (Toward an Open Monograph Ecosystem). opens in a new window (to read online the book).