p e r f o r a t i o n s   2 9


   hauntology:  call for submissions  
INTRODUCTION:  Hauntology, or Spectral Space
Thomas Mical
   Proof positive:  the photomatic body in fin de siècle science
Alessandra Violi
   Endland Umpire:  A placement of David Lynch's Inland Empire
Ture Bural
   “I Exist on the Best Terms I Can”
Joy Division's Closer and Hauntology

Ian Mathers
   An Unnameable Thing:  Spectral Shadows in Elizabeth Bowen’s The Hotel and The Last September
Jessica Gildersleeve, University of Bristol
   A Ghost Novel Looking Back:   An Anamorphic Reading of The Body Artist
JaeEun Yoo
   The Supernatural and Cultural Agency
Lisa Wenger
   On Emediacy:  The Internet as Occult Space / Perceiving the Human in the Electronic Realm
Mark D Dunn
   You have always been the caretaker’:  the spectral spaces of the Overlook Hotel
M. Fisher
   Ghostly Figures and Traumatic Hauntings:  Rilke’s The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge
Meghan M. Hammond
   The Haunted Answering Machine: Linda Pastan’s Telephonic Ghosts
Mikko Keskinen
   A New Career in a New Town
Owen Hatherley
   Haunting Our Homes:  Nightmares of Gentrification
Sam J. Miller
  Imagen del Hombre Nuevo (2007). Ernesto Guevara de la Serna (June 14, 1928 – October 9, 1967), commonly known as Che Guevara or El Che, was an Argentine-born Marxist revolutionary, doctor, political figure, and leader of Cuban and internationalist guerrillas. Since his death, Guevara's specter has haunted socialist revolutionary movements worldwide aided largely by an Alberto Korda photo of him that has received wide distribution and modification. The Maryland Institute College of Art called this picture "the most famous photograph in the world and a symbol of the 20th century.."

The cine-essay explores Che's christification and commodification, and his impact on the politics of South America, particularly Bolivia. Included is a segment on hauntology.

62 minutes / color
Keywords: guevara, hauntology,
commodification, christification
Release Date: 2007
Format: DVD-R

     hauntology excerpt
Excerpt: TRT: 10 mins. (STREAMING)

     Full Presentation
Imagen del Hombre Nuevo TRT: 62 mins. (STREAMING)
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