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Profile: Justine McGill (University of Melbourne)
  1. Justine McGill (2013). Bad Memories: Haneke with Locke on Personal Identity and Post-Colonial Guilt. Film-Philosophy 17 (1):134-153.
    Michael Haneke's film Hidden ( Caché, 2005) raises questions about responsibility and guilt in the context of post-colonial inequities that are profoundly discomfiting for the viewer, framing a meditation on identity, consciousness and responsibility that is at once visceral and intellectual. On the reading presented here, this film makes visible and palpable some of the effects of the ' strange suppositions' about personal responsibility and memory that were first articulated by a philosopher who also felt called upon to justify colonialism: (...)
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  2. Justine McGill (2013). The Silencing of Women. In Katrina Hutchison & Fiona Jenkins (eds.), Women in Philosophy: What Needs to Change? Oup Usa. 197.
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  3. Justine McGill (2008). The Porous Coupling of Walter Benjamin and Asja Lacis. Angelaki 13 (2):59 – 72.
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