|aAudiovisions :|bcinema and television as entr'actes in history /|cSiegfried Zielinski ; translated by Gloria Custance.
|aAmsterdam :|bAmsterdam University Press,|cc1999.
|a356 p. :|bill. ;|c25 cm.
|aFilm culture in transition
|aConcluding chapter (p. 273-303) is completely new and does not appear in the German original.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. -345) and index.
|aOrientation: At the End of the History of Cinema and Television Prolegomena to a History of Audiovision -- 1. Vanishing Point - Cinema: The Founding Years of Audiovision -- 2. Between the Wars: Between the Dispositifs -- 3. Vanishing Point Television? On the Permeation of Familial Privateness by Televisuality -- 4. No Longer Cinema, No Longer Television: The Beginning of a New Historical and Cultural Form of the Audiovisual Discourse -- Conclusion: Good Machines, Bad Machines: For Living Heterogeneity in the Arts of Picture and Sound - Against Psychopathia Medialis.
|3Table of contents only |u http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0634/99192648-t.html