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UMass Dartmouth faculty Thomas Stubblefield

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Selected Writings and Scholarly Presentations

“Erasure.” A Visual Studies Reader. Ed. James Elkins. New York: Routledge, (forthcoming).

"Mirror of the City, Muse of the Museum: Chris Burden's Urban Light." Social Text. Durham: Duke University Press (forthcoming).

"Do Disappearing Monuments Simply Disappear? The Counter-Monument in Revision." Future Anterior.  Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (forthcoming).

"Does the Disaster Want to be Photographed? Reconsidering the Camera's Presence at Ground Zero." Afterimage.Fall 2011.

"Two Kinds of Darkness: Jean-Luc Nancy and the Community of Cinema" in Canadian Journal of Film Studies. 19.2: 2010.

“Between the Officer and the Artist: The Aesthetico-Forensic Project of Arnold Odermatt.” The Stories Photographs Tell. New York: Palgrave, 2009.

“Love and the Burden of Memory in Duras’s Ten Thirty on a Summer Night and Moderato Cantabile.” In the Dark Room: Marguerite Duras and Cinema. New York: Peter Lang Publishers, 2009.

“Disassembling the Cinema: The Poster, the Film and In-Between.” Thresholds 34.3 (2007).

“Ritwik Ghatak and the Role of Sound in Representing Post-Partition Bengal.” Postscript: A Journal of Film and the Humanities. 25.3 (2006).

“Recreating the Witness: Elephant, Postmodernism and its Neorealist Inheritance.” Italian Neorealism and Global Cinema. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2006.