Centre of Latin American Studies

Cultural Studies Section

Visualizing Displacement in Colombian cinema

Suggested reading:

Auerbach, Nina, Our Vampires, Our Selves (Chicago: 1995)
Doane, Mary-Anne, “When the Direction of the Force Acting on the Body Is Changed: The Moving Image”, in Femmes Fatales: Feminism, Film  Theory, Psychoanalysis (London: 1991)*
Gómez, Felipe, “Trópicos góticos: vampirismos transculturados por el Grupo de Cali”, TROPOS VOL. XXX (2004), pp. 42-70*
___________, “Soplo de vida: hombres de moral enlodada”, Grafía No.2 (Universidad Autónoma de Colombia), Junio de 2004, pp.152-60*
Jameson, Fredric, “On Magic Realism in Film” (1986)*
Lefebvre, Henri, The Production of Space (Oxford: Blackwell, 1974)
Monsiváis, “Desperté y era otro”, in Aires de familia: Cultura y sociedad en América Latina (Barcelona: 2000), pp. 155-180*  
Mulvey, Laura, “Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema”, in Warhol, Robyn, and Diane Price Hendl eds., Feminisms: An Anthology of Literary Theory and Criticism (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1992), 423-442
O’Bryen, Rory, Literature, Testimony and Cinema in Contemporary Colombian Culture: Spectres of La Violencia (Woodbridge: Tamesis, 2008), see chapters 5 and 6.
Ospina, Luis, “Mi último soplo - ¿Qué es un soplo de vida?  at 

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