Jonathan Foltz

Jonathan Foltz is an assistant professor at Boston University, where he teaches modernist literature and film. His writing has appeared in Modernism/modernityScreen, and Not Coming to a Theater Near You. He is the author of The Novel After Film, forthcoming from Oxford University Press.


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Even as Everything Melts: Malcolm Turvey’s “The Filming of Modern Life”
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