Two volume set: Volume 1: Anthology of Marxist writings on communications, information and culture. Edited by Armand Mattelart and Seth Siegelaub. Essays by Armand Mattelart, Seth Siegelaub, Karl Marx, Frederick Engels, Antonio Gramsci, V. ... [details]
Edited by Bettina A.W. Funcke, Continuous Project #8 is the final "issue" within the series, also with #8 "Continuous Project" will become know as "Consultants."
"The Centre national de l'estampe et de l'art imprimé (Cneai) invited us, as Continuous Project, to spend a month in Paris in the spring of 2006 in order ta realize a publication and an exhibition. ... [details]
Volume 2 of a two volume anthology on Marxist writings on communications, information and culture. Edited by Armand Mattelart and Seth Siegelaub. Essays by Armand Mattelart, Seth Siegelaub, Antonio Gramsci, Michele Mattelart, Leon Trotsky, Oskar Negt, Alexander Kluge, Wolfgang Fritz Haug, Etienne Cabet, Laurent-Antoine Pagnerre, Karl Marx, Ambrosio Fornet, Pierre Lavroff, V. ... [details]
Edited by Joan Copjec, Douglas Crimp, Rosalind Krauss, and Annette Michelson. Essays "Why Kluge?," by Stuart Liebman; "On New German Cinema, Art, Enlightenment, and the Public Sphere: An Interview with Alexander Kluge," by Stuart Liebman; "The Public Sphere and Experience: Selections," by Oskar Negt and Alexander Kluge; "Word and Film," by Edgar Reitz, Alexander Kluge, and Wilfried Reinke; "Why Should Film and Television Cooperate? Selections from New Stories, Notebooks 1 - 18: "The Uncanniness of Time," by Alexander Kluge; "An Analytic Storyteller in the Course of Time," by Andreas Huyssen; " "What is Different is Good": Women and Femininity in the Films of Alexander Kluge," by Heide Schlüpmann; "On Negt and Kluge," by Fredric Jameson; "Reinventing the Nickelodeon: Notes on Kluge and Early Cinema Alexander Kluge: Filmography," by Miriam Hansen; "Alexander Kluge: Selected Videography," "Alexander Kluge: Selected Publications in Chronological Order," "Selected Bibliography of Writings About About Alexander Kluge," "Acknowledgements," by Stuart Liebman. [details]