*With apologies for cross posting*
The latest issue of Adaptation has just published online.
*Articles in this issue include:*
The Cinematic Essay as Adaptive Process
The 'Flashing Glimpse' of Cinephilia: What an Unusual Methodology Might Offer Adaptation Studies David T. Johnson
Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight: An Unacknowledged Adaptation of Joseph Conrad's The Secret Agent?
'The Great Cause of Cheering Us All Up': The Adaptation of The Card (1952) Tim O'Sullivan
The X-Files: I Want to Believe in Forensic Adaptation Brian R. Hauser
Blacker than Noir: The Making and Unmaking of Richard Wright's 'Ugly' Native Son (1951) Ellen Scott
Pasolini's Splendid Infidelities: Un/Faithful Film Versions of The Thousand and One Nights Michael James Lundell
Simone Murray, Expanding the Discipline: The Adaptation Industry
Seventh Annual Association of Adaptation Studies Conference, University of York, York, 27-28th September, 2012
Anna Blackwell and Catherine Paula Han
*About the journal:*
Adaptation is an international, peer-reviewed journal, offering academic articles, film and book reviews, including both book to screen adaptation, screen to book adaptation, popular and 'classic' adaptations, theatre and novel screen adaptations, television, animation, soundtracks, production issues and genres in literature on screen. Adaptation provides an international forum to theorise and interrogate the phenomenon of literature on screen from both a literary and film studies perspective.
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