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6.5 OTHER HUMANITIES
The paper investigates the various narrative and cinematographic strategies employed in Pasolini's 'The Gospel According to St Matthew' (1964), Tarkovsy's 'Andrei Rublev' (1966) and Kieslowski's 'A Short Film about Love' (1988) to correct and undermine a decentred representation which is structured around power-informed centre-periphery relations. It discusses the issue of assumed centrality and modern alienation through instrumentalised, detached perception.
Harris, S.:There is no periphery: Globalising Culture and the Cinematographic Language of Cultural Mediation in Modern European Film. Language, Culture, Identity'Royal Irish Academy Symposium at Dublin City University, 2003.