Pier Paolo Pasolini. Twayne Publishers. Two chapters of intellectual biography. Special attention paid to style and ideology. Gordon, Robert C. Pasolini: Forms of Subjectivity. Clarendon Press. Princeton University Press. Maggi, Armando. University Of Chicago Press. Peterson, Thomas Earling. Peter Lang.
Rhodes, John David. University Of Minnesota Press. Clearly written, through, precise and engaged with various styles of Marxism. Rohdie, Sam. Bloomington, IA.
Should the European Treaties Be Changed?
Contains fragments of writing from Pasolini and others. Emphasizes mythopoeic approach to Pasolini. Rumble, Patrick and Bart Testa. Pier Paolo Pasolini: Contemporary Perspectives.
University of Toronto Press. Reported speech also includes direct and indirect discourse. Some of the articles are considered standards Greene, Rumble, Testa, Ward, some are filled with ad hoc psychoanalytic theory and shallow research Stone, Fabri. Schwartz, Bath David. Pasolini Requiem. Pantheon Books.
Biography of Pasolini with a somewhat conservative liberal humanist bent. Stylistically messy. The author feels free to judge Pasolini and as a correspondent writes, seems to have published every note he has ever taken. Worth consulting as it contains some useful data. Schwenk , Bernard and Michael Semff eds. Pier Paolo Pasolini and Death. Hatje Cantz. Also a photographic timeline and plates, plates, plates including some Pasolini drawings and paintings …. Siciliano, Enzo.
Pasolini A Biography.
John Shepley, Trans. Random House.
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Original version published in Very vague Marxism. Viano, Maurizio. University of California Press. Los Angeles. The introduction compares Pasolini to Nietzsche. Though it reads a bit like a post modern chestnut, Viano almost works enough to establish the genealogical dimension in Pasolini. Perhaps if he had included poems …. Ward, David. Associated University Presses. Comes close to presenting Pasolini and a genealogist.
Introduced with a useful short survey of Italian, British and US critical reception. Watson, William Van. Pier Paolo Pasolini and the Theater of the World. University Microfilms Inc. Svenska Filminstitutet. Stockholm, Cited in B. Page The precarious state of contemporary universities and the even more precarious position of the humanities among the faculties have lead to a conservative theoretical mode that seeks to maintain institutional positions in what appears to be an analysis of art.
In film studies, a supposed discipline that, as Dudley Andrew pointed out in the PMLA, has been moving from standalone departments to programs integrated with other departments, institutional players have for the past decade and a half, invoked philosophy and philosophical aesthetics in hopes of re-legitimating themselves and their positions.
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Their appeals to the most conservative theoretical modes clearly attempts to align film studies with other disciplines thought to be more firmly established. Ironically, aesthetics and philosophy were long ago outstripped by developments within and beyond the field. One can say the same for psychoanalytic film theory.
Such writings were produced during and just after the high point of capitalist expansion, which ended in Brenner, and so could afford to let go of such legitimating references. Make no mistake, the leading edges of theory and cultural production still concern themselves with interventions in our life-world, whatever Jacques Rancier may say.
In order to show how this is so, as a condensed example I wish to analyze the reception of a series of events digitally disseminated but involving wood, foam, plexiglass, paint and violence: the colorful shields of Book Bloc. As Hegel knew, aesthetics theory has marked the irrelevance of art as an independent sphere since its invention by Alexander Gottlieb Baumgarten.
In our times, digital aesthetics function as the latest in a long series of rescue operation for aesthetic theory in general, just as the effort in the first half of the twentieth century by Anglophone film theorists to establish film as an art functioned to fortify an outstripped, fading concept of art. Aesthetics and art refer us to a dead sphere of activity in the name of academic legitimacy at a time when history finds itself infected by life.
In the autumn and winter of the internet brought us photographs and videos of actions against the privatization of European higher education featuring activists using shields decorated with monochromatic fields baring the titles of well known books. The shields looked like elegant editions and they had a tactical function. They protected the activists from the blows of police batons and allowed them to form phalanxes.
Photographs of book shields started circulating on the web in November of Wu Ming Blog. On November 25, a row of book shields pushed up a street in Rome, protecting the crowd behind them from assaulting police. As the winter wore on, blocks of books appeared at actions all over Italy and in London on December 9. By visualizing immaterial value, students restore to the figure of the book a gravitas that years of digitization and commodification have depleted.
They do not shield themselves behind knowledge, but hold before them the symbolic promise of all the radical traditions of oppositional knowledge and politics signified through these works. Rivista di legislazione e giurisprudenza —96 Google Scholar. Della Peruta F Il giornalismo italiano del Risorgimento italiano. Di Jorio T Il giuramento politico. Il pensiero italiano 9 36 — Google Scholar. Dicey AV Introduction to the study of the law of the constitution. Macmillan and Co. Dickmann R Il procedimento legislativo sotto il vigore dello Statuto Albertino.
Studi parlamentari e di politica costituzionale — Google Scholar. Torino: Pompa, Google Scholar. Roma: Salerno, Google Scholar. Donati D Il procedimento della approvazione delle leggi nelle Camere italiane. Premiato Stab. Tipografico Giorgetti, Macerata Google Scholar. Falco G Giuseppe Mazzini e la costituente. Sansoni, Firenze Google Scholar. Ferracciu A La consuetudine costituzionale. Origine, genesi, ufficio.