Ökonomische Utopien und ihre Bilder in Science-Fiction-Filmen [Economical Utopias and their Images in Science Fiction Films] by Heike Endter

Utopian Studies 28 (1):221-224 (2017)
Abstract
At the heart of Heike Endter's 2009 dissertation, published in 2011 as Ökonomische Utopien und ihre Bilder in Science-Fiction-Filmen, lies the assumption that art history, as a field and with its unique methodology, can provide an insight into film studies that has not yet been discovered and made accessible. Interestingly, Endter seeks to argue this unique insight as a benefit of art history, a discipline threatened by neoliberal ideals of employability, by analyzing a field of interconnected terms that directly address this threat: "utopias, the economy, the visual and science fiction film". She is driven by the idea of a "use value," both morally and economically...
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