Out of the Archives

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1. Cover image for 'Alan Rudolph’s Trouble in Mind'
Tampering with Myths
Caryl Flinn
A critical analysis of Alan Rudolph’s dreamy neo-noir
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1. Cover image for 'Alan Rudolph's Trouble in Mind'
Tampering with Myths
Caryl Flinn
A critical analysis of Alan Rudolph’s dreamy neo-noir
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper $19.95 Forthcoming Add Paper for "Alan Rudolph's Trouble in Mind" to Cart
Web Open Access Forthcoming
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Out of the Archives publishes short books that create new knowledge from archival materials in the Screen Arts Mavericks and Makers Collections at the University of Michigan Special Collections Research Center, which document the creative activities of a number of notable independent film and media makers. Books in the series examine subjects and materials that have not received sufficient prior attention, including unsung and unproduced films as well as works that would benefit from reappraisal in light of unexamined archival documents. The series supports researchers’ individual trajectories through the archives while encouraging innovative archival configurations, selections, and approaches. A premise of the series is that sustained archival engagements suggest pathways and perspectives that are unavailable through other means and that archival research can generate new paradigms along with new knowledge. The philosophy of the series leverages what can be found in the archives, however fragmentary, incomplete, and idiosyncratic, rather than trying to be comprehensive or definitive.

Out of the Archives

Out of the Archives publishes short books that create new knowledge from archival materials in the Screen Arts Mavericks and Makers Collections at the University of Michigan Special Collections Research Center, which document the creative activities of a number of notable independent film and media makers. Books in the series examine subjects and materials that have not received sufficient prior attention, including unsung and unproduced films as well as works that would benefit from reappraisal in light of unexamined archival documents. The series supports researchers’ individual trajectories through the archives while encouraging innovative archival configurations, selections, and approaches. A premise of the series is that sustained archival engagements suggest pathways and perspectives that are unavailable through other means and that archival research can generate new paradigms along with new knowledge. The philosophy of the series leverages what can be found in the archives, however fragmentary, incomplete, and idiosyncratic, rather than trying to be comprehensive or definitive.


staticMatthew Solomon
Philip Hallman

Series Editors

Matthew Solomon
Philip Hallman

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