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Stephanie Donald lecture – There’s No Place Like Home: Child Migrants in World Cinema

In this lecture, part of the So What? series from UNSW Arts & Social Sciences, Stephanie will discuss child migrants in cinema since 1939. When: 30 July 2014, 6pm – 7.30pm Where: Tyree Room, John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW Kensington … Continue reading

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Podcast: The Dorothy Complex

In this keynote lecture at the Welcoming Strangers conference, Stephanie Donald proposes that the child in cinema is a powerful fantasy figure, deployed to embody and aestheticise accelerated motion, sociopolitical displ acement, and ontological transition, all of which conditions generate … Continue reading

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‘Forced inertia: mobility, interruption and stasis in Little Moth (Peng Tao)’

In this presentation, Stephanie will explore the cinematic child in a number of films where the child is rendered literally inert – through injury, sickness or death. Monday, 3 December, 11.30 Whitley Suite, Evans Library, Texas A&M University Click here … Continue reading

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