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See detailDer stumme Chor des Volkes. Populistische Repräsentation im Classical Hollywood
Pause, Johannes UL

in Dembeck, Till; Forhmann, Jürgen (Eds.) Die Rhetorik des Populismus und das Populäre. Körperschaftsbildungen in der Gesellschaft (2022)

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See detailMännerbund, Staatsschiff, Multitude. U-Boote und Raumfahrzeuge als politische Körper
Gradinari, Irina; Pause, Johannes UL

in COLLATERAL: Online Journal for Cross-Cultural Close Reading (2022), 32

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See detailDie zwei Geister des Präsidenten. Lincoln-Mythos und politische Theologie im Hollywood-Kino während der Great Depression: Gabriel over the White House (1933).
Pause, Johannes UL

in Gradinari, Irina; Niehaus, Michael (Eds.) Störung, Verunsicherung, Destabilisierung: Filmanalysen (2022)

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See detailFür andere sprechen. Die Politik der Übersetzung in The Interpreter (2005) und Arrival (2016)
Pause, Johannes UL

in Gradinari, Irina; Ritzer, Ivo (Eds.) Genre und Race. Mediale Interdependenzen von Ästhetik und Politik (2021)

In politischen Fiktionen des gegenwärtigen Hollywood-Kinos geraten ‚symbolische‘ und ‚deskriptive‘ Repräsentation zunehmend miteinander in Konflikt. Der Anspruch auf deskriptive Repräsentation, demzufolge ... [more ▼]

In politischen Fiktionen des gegenwärtigen Hollywood-Kinos geraten ‚symbolische‘ und ‚deskriptive‘ Repräsentation zunehmend miteinander in Konflikt. Der Anspruch auf deskriptive Repräsentation, demzufolge z.B. ethnisch markierte Minoritäten durch Personen vertreten werden sollen, die diesen Minoritäten selbst angehören, führt insbesondere in solchen Genres und Filmen zu Komplikationen, in denen die Problematik politischer Repräsentation zentrales Thema ist. Der Aufsatz konzentriert sich auf die Figur der weißen Übersetzerin, die in Sydney Pollacks The Interpreter und Denis Villeneuves Arrival als Vermittlerin in diesem Konflikt Einsatz findet. Unter Verwendung unterschiedlicher Genre-Elemente – des Politthrillers und des alien invasion movies – arbeiten diese Werke an einer Ethik der Übersetzung, die repräsentative Gewalt zu überwinden sucht, indem sie die für jede Repräsentation konstitutive Distanz zwischen Repräsentant*innen und Repräsentierten gerade betont, anstatt sie zu bekämpfen. [less ▲]

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See detailEine Frage der Haltung – Spannungsfelder des Unterrichtens in einer digitalen Welt
Pause, Johannes UL; Harion, Dominic UL

in Nationaler Bildungsbericht Luxemburg 2021 (2021)

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See detailDigitalisierung von Schule und Digitalisierung im Unterricht
Harion, Dominic UL; Pause, Johannes UL

E-print/Working paper (2021)

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See detailSelf and Society in the Corona Crisis. Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences
Mein, Georg UL; Pause, Johannes UL

Book published by Melusina Press (2021)

The corona crisis has put a spotlight on the importance of science in modern societies. But not only medicine and the ‘hard’ sciences, also the humanities and social sciences are called for: Which kinds ... [more ▼]

The corona crisis has put a spotlight on the importance of science in modern societies. But not only medicine and the ‘hard’ sciences, also the humanities and social sciences are called for: Which kinds of political rationality determine action in the global crisis? How does ‘Corona’ influence our understanding of borders, migration and international relations? How can we learn from the past? What are the challenges we face in organizing everyday life, teaching and research, art and culture, or in dealing with ourselves? And can digital technologies help us to compensate for the negative effects of the crisis? By trying to find answers to these (and other) questions, the volume brings together contributions from experts at the University of Luxembourg in the fields of psychology and social sciences, literature and linguistics, cultural studies, political science, border studies and educational science. It opens up a panorama of the research taking place at the Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, and demonstrates the kinds of contributions these disciplines make when dealing with crises, and in shaping of society in general. At the same time, it reflects on the limits of knowledge these disciplines encounter in the face of a global challenge. [less ▲]

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Mein, Georg UL; Pause, Johannes UL

in Mein, Georg; Pause, Johannes (Eds.) Self and Society in the Corona Crisis. Perspectives from the Humanities and Social Sciences (2021)

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See detailDer Kalte Krieg und sein Wetter
Nanz, Tobias; Pause, Johannes UL

in Dritte Natur. Technik - Kapital - Umwelt (2021), 3

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See detailZombies, Conspiracies, and Esthetics in Crisis. A Computational Engagement with Genre Esthetics
Pause, Johannes UL; Walkowski, Niels-Oliver UL

in Ritzer, Ivo (Ed.) Media and Genre. Dialogues in Aesthetics and Cultural Analysis (2021)

This chapter analyzes narrative representations of political crises in two different genres—the zombie film and the political thriller—by focusing on the question whether a movie only speaks of such ... [more ▼]

This chapter analyzes narrative representations of political crises in two different genres—the zombie film and the political thriller—by focusing on the question whether a movie only speaks of such societal disruptions, or if it also develops an esthetics of disruption that provokes or challenges its viewers. A political esthetics of disruption would be one that could show reality as not-yet-framed, as something that is open for interpretation, meaning and conflict. Such moments of esthetic and political in-determination can appear on different levels of cinematic representation; they can refer to the formulas and stereotypes of genre, to the semantics of space in mainstream cinema, to pictorial traditions or to the political imaginary as a whole. In their analysis, the authors approach movies on at least three different levels: on the level of content with a focus on the political crisis the film presents; on the level of narrative structure; and on the level of esthetic design, which they analyze by a computational calculation of the course of esthetic parameters across the movies. Based on these case studies, the article summarizes methodological implications of the demonstrated digitized approach by advocating an organic and embedded application of computation in film genre analysis. [less ▲]

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See detail[Rezension] Ivo Ritzer: Medientheorie der Globalisierung
Pause, Johannes UL

in Zeitschrift für Medienwissenschaft (2020)

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See detailDigitale Praktiken
Pause, Johannes UL; Walkowski, Niels-Oliver UL

in Montage AV (2020), 29(1),

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See detailFilm and Video Analysis in the Digital Humanities – An Interdisciplinary Dialog
Burghardt, Manuel; Heftberger, Adelheid; Pause, Johannes UL et al

in Digital Humanities Quarterly (2020), 14(4),

This editorial introduces the special issue on “Digital Humanities & Film Studies: Analyzing the Modalities of Moving Images,” which contains a total of eight exciting contributions. Moreover, this ... [more ▼]

This editorial introduces the special issue on “Digital Humanities & Film Studies: Analyzing the Modalities of Moving Images,” which contains a total of eight exciting contributions. Moreover, this editorial aims to highlight the complementary disciplinary perspectives on the computer-aided analysis of moving images, which are important prerequisites to better understand and situate a common DH perspective [less ▲]

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See detailDigital Humanities & Film Studies: Analyzing the Modalities of Moving Images
Burghardt, Manuel; Heftberger, Adelheid; Pause, Johannes UL et al

in Digital Humanities Quarterly (2020), 14(4),

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See detailEditorial: Digitale Praktiken
Pause, Johannes UL; Walkowski, Niels-Oliver UL; Vonderau, Patrick

in Montage AV (2020), 29(1), 5-20

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See detailVerschwörungstheorien als narratives Phänomen
Spiegel, Simon; Nitzke, Solveig; Anton, Andreas et al

in Zeitschrift für Fantastikforschung (2020), 8(1),

Forum on conspiracy theories as narrative phenomenon.

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See detailDas Versprechen Homers
Pause, Johannes UL

in Holtz, Gudrun (Ed.) Narben auf der Haut und in der Seele (2020)

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See detailDer Kalte Krieg und das Meer. Zur Erinnerungspolitik des U-Boot-Films
Pause, Johannes UL

in Zeitschrift für Interkulturelle Germanistik (2020), 11(2), 171-186

Military exploits in the Cold War often differed from conventional acts of war particularly in that they were, by necessity, invisible: In order to prevent nuclear conflict, crises needed to be kept ... [more ▼]

Military exploits in the Cold War often differed from conventional acts of war particularly in that they were, by necessity, invisible: In order to prevent nuclear conflict, crises needed to be kept secret, and were therefore not inscribed into cultural memory. Nuclear submarines are paradigmatic of this dynamic: As mobile nuclear missile silos, they played a central role in the balance of terror during the Cold War, effective because they remained passive and invisible. Cold War era submarine films, however, followed old genre traditions by conceiv-ing the submarine as a tactical, mostly explorative and active weapon. It was not until the 1990s that a reboot of the genre emerged, which sought to make the depths of the ocean vis-ible and memorable as a strategic location of the Cold War. Rather than portraying pure military actions, these movies tell stories of intercultural negotiation which, to prevent the outbreak of nuclear war, had to remain hidden under the surface of the sea. [less ▲]

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See detailDas Begehren von Schicksal und Möglichkeit. The Sin of Nora Moran (1933)
Pause, Johannes UL

in Gradinari, Irina; Niehaus, Michael (Eds.) Filmisches Erinnern. Zur Ästhetik und Funktion der Rückblende (2020)

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