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Publications of Markos Hadjioannou    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  by tags  bibtex listing:


  1. Hadjioannou, M. From Light to Byte: Toward an Ethics of Digital Cinema.  University of Minnesota Press, December, 2012. [from-light-to-byte]  [abs]

Articles in a Collection

  1. Hadjioannou, M. "In Search of Lost Reality: Waltzing with Bashir." Deleuze and Film Ed. Martin-Jones, D; Brown, W. Deleuze Connections.Edinburgh University Press, April, 2012.  [abs]

Papers Published

  1. Hadjioannou, M. "David Lynch: Continuities of an Obsessive Nightmare." Images and Views of Alternative Cinema (Festival Catalgue)  (June, 2011). Short article (c. 3,200 words) as accompaniment for the screening program dedicated to David Lynch's experimental work.
  2. Hadjioannou, M. "Re-Possessed." Cyprus Film Days 2011: 9th International Film Festival (Catalgue)  (April, 2011).
  3. Hadjioannou, M. "Markos Hadjioannou: A Digital Movie." Fileleftheros: P.S. Sunday Art Supplement  (April, 2006): 26.

Articles Online

  1. Markos Hadjioannou,. "Documenting the Son/iconic Discord." Discourse 39:3 (2017): 356-356.
  2. Hadjioannou, M. "In the Cold Night of the Day: On Film Noir, Hitchcock, and Identity." Cultural Critique 94:Fall (2016): 127-155.
  3. with Rodosthenous, G; Hadjioannou, M. "In Between Stage and Screen: The Intermedial in Katie Mitchell’s…some trace of her." International Journal of Performance Arts & Digital Media 7:1 (March, 2011): 43-59.
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  4. Hadjioannou, M. "Waking Life: The Destiny of Cinema’s Dreamscape; or the Question of Old and New Mediations." Excursions 1:1 (2010): 53-72.
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  5. Hadjioannou, M. "How Does the Digital Matter? Envisioning Corporeality through Christian Volckman’s Renaissance." Studies in French Cinema 8:2 (June, 2008): 123-136.
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  6. Hadjioannou, M. "Into Great Stillness, Again and Again: Gilles Deleuze’s Time and the Constructions of Digital Cinema." Rhizomes 16 (Summer, 2008).
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