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Persuasion-lite: An Annotated Recipe of the 2022 Netflix film version

Inquiring readers, Persuasion-lite is a cinematic reworking of Jane Austen’s final novel, finished before her death, but not published until afterward. Coming off the heels of Netflix’s highly successful Bridgerton (in this cast of Persuasion-lite...
From: Jane Austen's World on 1 Aug 2022

Calling all Janeites!

Hello, dear friends. Rachel Dodge here. I just moved to a new city (and state) and I’m feeling under the weather and can’t do too much at the moment. I won’t be able to post the article I’ve been working on for this month, so I thought I’d just...
From: Jane Austen's World on 12 Jul 2022

Colloque international : « Fernand Léger. Une pensée cinématographique » (Paris / Biot / Nice, 29 juin – 2 juillet 2022)

Fernand Léger / Murphy Dudley, Ballet mécanique : Kiki de Montparnasse, reflets, photographie (film, photogramme), 1924 France, Biot © Adagp, Paris, 2022 / photo Courtesy Light Cone (Paris) Bruce Posner.   Initié à l’occasion de l’exposition...
From: Le blog de l'APAHAU on 16 Jun 2022

Revolution in Search of a Father: The Return of the Emir Abd el-Kader

By Mounira Keghida In March of 1962, the French Republic and the provisional government of Algeria brought one hundred and thirty-two years of French colonialism to an end with the signing of a series of agreements, collectively known as the Évian...
From: Age of Revolutions on 18 Apr 2022

Is 2022 The Year of Persuasion?

In 2021, on the heels of Bridgerton’s success, Netflix announced a new adaptation of Persuasion starring Dakota Johnson as 27-year-old Anne Elliot and Cosmo Jarvis as Captain Wentworth. Henry Golding, given the choice to play either the captain or William...
From: Jane Austen's World on 22 Mar 2022

Comfort in Jane Austen

When the world is topsy-turvy and my heart is heavy, I find comfort in the beauty of Austen’s novels, in the richness of the movie adaptations, and even in the thought of the lovely Hampshire countryside, secluded and beautiful, tucked away and secure....
From: Jane Austen's World on 15 Mar 2022

Cormac McCarthy’s The Road (2006) | Stephen Basdeo

Stephen Basdeo is a historian and lecturer based in Leeds, United Kingdom. He researches the life and works of several Victorian popular fiction authors and occasionally reads twenty-first century literature. Introduction At first glance, Cormac...

Spectacle and Revolution: Cuba’s “Imperfect Cinema”

Age of Revolutions is happy to present its “Art of Revolution” series. You can read through the entire series here as they become available. By Éric Morales-Franceschini In the essay, “Socialism and Man in Cuba” (1965), Ernesto “Che”...
From: Age of Revolutions on 24 Jan 2022

The Tragedy of Macbeth (dir. Joel Coen, A24 Films)

Films of Macbeth have a fraught relationship with space. It’s a play whose own spaces – psychic, architectural, geographic, emotional, supernatural – are particularly fluid, and whose tautness paradoxically combines abstraction with the impression...
From: The Bardathon on 30 Dec 2021

Downloadable Context: Why A Historian of Haiti Came to Study Video Games

*I dedicate this article to the late Tyler Stovall (1954 – 2021), who encouraged my work on histories of race in France as well as on video games, and who mentored and championed a generation of scholars interested in Black France and French colonial...
From: Age of Revolutions on 13 Dec 2021

Benedict Arnold: Hero Betrayed

FILM REVIEW: Benedict Arnold: Hero Betrayed. Directed by Chris Stearns. Executive Producers James Kirby Martin and Ray Raymond. (Talon Films Production, 2021) One of... The post Benedict Arnold: Hero Betrayed appeared first on Journal of the American...

Schools: Othello session – with Cyclone Rep

Cyclone Rep presents the Othello Session Online: The Colour of Skin The Colour of Skin begins in the U.S. with the Black Lives Matter Movement reaching fever pitch. Othello thinks this is a movement that doesn’t affect him due to his high status...
From: Shakespeare in Ireland on 10 Nov 2021

The Quietus: Isao Takahata’s Only Yesterday, Thirty Years On

It’s 1966 and 10-year-old Taeko has failed a maths test. Her mother, washing dishes in the kitchen, asks one of Taeko’s older sisters to help. The sister is horrified. “Is she alright in the head?” she asks. “Normally this is easy.” “But...
From: Mathew Lyons on 14 Oct 2021

Foundations of One of the Oldest Black Churches in U.S. Unearthed

Brick building foundation of the Baptist Meeting House, ca. 1800–18, Nassau Street, Williamsburg, 16 × 20 feet; the building was destroyed in 1834 by a tornado, with a new building being built on the site in 1856 (Colonial Williamsburg Foundation)....
From: Enfilade on 8 Oct 2021

Lord Bolingbroke: A Tory Thinker that Jefferson Truly Admired

Jefferson scholars all knew that Thomas Jefferson often disparaged the label “Tory” in his political writings. For Jefferson, being called a Whig would signify... The post Lord Bolingbroke: A Tory Thinker that Jefferson Truly Admired appeared first...

As You Like It (dir. Hannes Rall)

Hannes Rall’s animated film of As You Like It, created in collaboration with the Shakespeare Institute, draws on a range of influences from South East Asia to offer a short retelling that would fit neatly alongside the classic S4C Animated Tales....
From: The Bardathon on 6 Aug 2021

The Winter’s Tale/Le Conte d’Hiver (Shakespeare in the Ruins) @ online

Winnipeg’s Shakespeare in the Ruins has been producing Shakespeare in the picturesque Trappist Monastery Ruins since the early 1990s. While so many outdoor-based theatre companies around the world have been among the first to return to in-person performances...
From: The Bardathon on 1 Aug 2021

Hattie McDaniel and Gone With the Wind

Gone with the Wind, the 1939 film adaptation of Margaret Mitchell’s novel – which, to say the least, valorises the antebellum South – was always controversial. When producer David O Selznick announced the production, his decision was widely condemned...
From: Mathew Lyons on 22 Jul 2021

Single fatherhood: Eighth Grade and Captain Fantastic

Single fatherhood defines two of the best films I've seen in recent years, Eighth Grade and Captain Fantastic. … More Single fatherhood: Eighth Grade and Captain Fantastic
From: Writing Privacy on 6 Jul 2021

Story of Yanxi Palace

Still from Story of Yanxi Palace (2018), with the empress wearing a replica of a fengguan (phoenix crown) now in the Palace Museum, Beijing. ◊  ◊  ◊  ◊  ◊ I’m at least two years overdue with this posting—the series appeared in 2018—but...
From: Enfilade on 1 Jun 2021

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