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Cruel Auteurism: Affective Digital Mediations toward Film-Composition
by bonnie lenore kyburz
University Press of Colorado, 2019
Paper: 978-1-60732-918-3
Library of Congress Classification LB1044.K93 2019
Dewey Decimal Classification 371.33523

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
bonnie lenore kyburz' reflective and deeply felt sense of (her) place in Composition creates room to consider some of the rhetorical dimensions and pedagogical implications of film work in writing classrooms and as digital scholarship. Invoking affect theorist Lauren Berlant's concept of "cruel optimism" to articulate the findings of her archival, analytical, and experiential methods, Cruel Auteurism describes a cultural shift within the discipline, from the primacy of print-based arguments, through an evolving desire to generate cinematic rhetorics, toward increasingly visible forms of textual practice currently shaping composition classrooms and digital scholarship.
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