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“Visualizing the Phantoms of the Imagination”: Projecting the Haunted Minds of Modernity

Murray Leeder

Murray Leeder is a Limited Term Instructor in Film Studies at the University of Calgary, Canada. He is the author of Halloween (2014), as well as more than a dozen articles in such journals as Horror Studies, the Journal of Popular Film and Television, the Journal of Popular Culture, Clues: A Journal of Detection and the Canadian Journal of Film Studies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Cinematic Ghosts : Haunting and Spectrality from Silent Cinema to the Digital Era

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

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... 19.2 (1999), 177–216; Martin Loiperdinger, “Lumière’s Arrival of a Train: Cinema’s Founding Myth,” The Moving Image 4.1 (Spring 2004), 89–118; Murray Leeder, “M. Robert-Houdin Goes to Algeria: Spectatorship and Panic in Illusion and Early...

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Murray Leeder

Murray Leeder is a Limited Term Instructor in Film Studies at the University of Calgary, Canada. He is the author of Halloween (2014), as well as more than a dozen articles in such journals as Horror Studies, the Journal of Popular Film and Television, the Journal of Popular Culture, Clues: A Journal of Detection and the Canadian Journal of Film Studies. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Cinematic Ghosts : Haunting and Spectrality from Silent Cinema to the Digital Era

Bloomsbury Academic, 2015

Book chapter

4

... between radio, the ocean and the “etheric ocean” of telecommunications (see Murray Leeder, “Skeletons Sail an Etheric Ocean: Approaching the Ghost in John Carpenter’s The Fog,” The Journal of Popular Film and Television 37.2 (2009), 70–9)....