Jaime Bihlmeyer is a professor of film in the department of Media, Journalism and Film at Missouri State University where he has been teaching since 1998.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Spielberg’s Minority Report: Maternal Semiotics and the Enunciation of FEMININITY

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Bluebeard in Jane Campion’s “The Piano”: A Case Study in Intertextuality as an Enunciation of FEMININITY in Mainstream Movies

The paper explores the Bluebeard myth in The Piano, as an example of a multivalent and extra-lingual dialogism linked to FEMININITY and the female gaze.

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Alien: The Pre-oedipal Horror of (m)Other

My paper explores the uncanny horror germinating from the Pre-Oedipal stage of human development as depicted in Ridley Scott’s quintessential SciFi/Horror film Alien.

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