JUMP CUT
A REVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY MEDIA

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At the global market: Ousmane Sembène’s Moolaadé and the economics of women’s rights

 

Amy E. Borden

Former film programmer Amy Borden is a Mellon Fellow and Visiting Assistant Professor in Film at St. Olaf College. Her current project considers how late-nineteenth century middle-class U.S. periodicals theorized the human body as a visible interface for image-producing technologies as various as motion pictures, kinetoscope views, x-ray images, and shadowgraphy performances. She has presented her current research at SCMS and Domitor.