Seeing with Buddha’s Eyes:  Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter...and Spring

by Melissa Conroy

Group Notes

1. See Margaret R. Miles and S. Brent Plate’s “Hospitable Vision: Some Notes on the Ethics of Seeing Film” in Spring 2004 Crosscurrents.2

2. Ibid., 1.

3. duBois, Page, Sowing the Body: Psychoanalysis and Ancient Representations of Women (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1988), 9-10.

4. Haraway, Donna, “The Persistence of Vision,” in Writing on the Body: Female Embodiment and Feminist Theory, ed. Kate Conboy, Nadia Medina, Sarah Stanbury (New York: Columbia University Press, 1997), 283-295, quotation at 285

5. See Margaret R. Miles’ interview in The Harvard Gazette on 6 June 1996.

6. Haraway, Donna, “The Persistence of Vision,” 284-285.

7. Bordwell, David, and Thompson, Kristin, “A Glossary of Film Terms.” From Wayne Cox's professional website, http://www2.ac.edu/faculty/wcox/, in the English 102 folder, which is only available when the class is being taught, downloaded February 15, 2007.

8. Haraway, Donna, “The Persistence of Vision,” 285.

9. Bordwell, David, and Thompson, Kristin, Film Art: An Introduction, 7th Edition ( New York: McGraw Hill, 2004), 61.


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