"Early Cinema Today provides practitioners with innovative ideas on how to engage potential audiences, while providing scholars with valuable insight into how film archivists and curators shape perceptions of early cinema and, through this, the direction of film scholarship." —The Moving Image
"In recent years, increasing scholarly attention has been paid to the intersection of phenomenology and theology. O Murchadha provides an important and timely contribution to this growing literature. ... Recommended."
"All the essays are scholarly and clear, and all end with a subtantive bibliography. ... The book is equally useful as a cohesive book or as a series of self-contained essays for a variety of disciplines. ... Highly recommended."
"This is a lavishly produced book, with a gorgeous cover, wonderful illustrations througout, and excellent editing. A highly respected scholar, Bertellini has gathered articles that illuminate many aspects of this important period of Italian film history. ... Highly recommended."
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"The author's portrait of her mentor, Hans-Georg Gadamer, offers English readers a masterful but intimate tour through the sprawling museum of Gadamer's work with a guide who is an artist in her own right. ... Recomended."
"States of Emergency is a masterful series of excursions into contemporary crises ... The essays both display the deep value the capacity of cultural studies to come terms with contemporary issues and reveal how understanding the Victorian roots of today’s culture can illuminate our present conditions. Deeply researched (with full footnotes and bibliography), carefully thought out, and eloquently argued, they offer a refreshing relief from the babble of mainstream social and political commentary, and a source of hopeful vision against the varied voices of apocalypse." —The Ryder
"The principal aim of the book is to explain what Heschel means by his constant call to human (and even divine) self-transcendence. Gems of compressed thought stud the text, as when Held explains that Heschel urges us to confront the world not as 'a thing I own' but rather as 'a mystery I face.' He explores Heschel’s power and points to flaws, such as Heschel’s tendency to substitute intuition for argument. Shai Held’s book is a master class in one of the most significant Jewish voices of our time." —Tablet
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