Interdisciplinary Humanities

Alfred Hitchcock:
A Series of Beneficial Shocks

Spring 2015 - Volume 32.1

Guest Editor - Michael Howarth

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Contents

Editors' Introduction

     Michael Howarth      Missouri Southern State University

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Menace and Macabre: Interview with Neil Sinyard
     Michael Howarth      Missouri Southern State University
6
   
Silent Blondes: The Heroines of Hitchcock's Blackmail and The Lodger
     Joan McGettigan     Texas Christian University
17
   
Sometimes a Bomb is more like a Blowup: Hitchcock's Sabotage
      Yael Maurer      Tel Aviv University
29
   
Mr. and Mrs. Smith: Alfred Hitchcock's Experiment in Screwball Comedy
     William Covey     Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
42
     
Art, Architecture and Film: The Encounter between the Post-War Psyche and the Frame in Hitchcock's Notorious
     Jennifer Jones     Texas A&M University
53
   
Where No One Can Hear You Scream: Alfred Hitchcock Brings Terror Back Into the Home . . . Where It Belongs
     Erin Lee Mock     University of West Georgia
66
   
Space Age Conceptions of Time in Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo

     Cole Smith      Missile Officer -- United States Air Force

79
     
What Genre is This? Suspense, Dark Comedy, and Morality in Hitchcock's Frenzy
     Liberty Kohn      Winona State University
90
   
Hitchcock's Women: Reconsidering Blondes and Brunettes  
     Megan Friddle     Emory University
103
   
Designing Terror: An Interview with the cover artist Devon Estes  
     Michael Howarth     Missouri Southern State University
117
   
Book Review: The Wrong House: The Architecture of Alfred Hitchcock by Steven Jacobs  
     Greg Chan     Kwantlen Polytechnic University
120
   
Book Review: Dark Energy: Hitchcock's Absolute Camera and the Physics of Cinematic Spacetime by Philip J. Skerry  
     Samantha Lay     University of Houston
126
   
   
Notes on Contributors
135
   
Editorial Policies
139
   
HERA Membership/IH Subscriptions
140
   
Front Cover image - Devon Estes, Missouri Southern State University
   
Executive Editor - Ronald Weber  
Co-Editors - Stephen Husarik and Lee Ann Elliott Westman  
Book Review Editor - Edmund Cueva
   
This issue of Interdisciplinary Humanities is partially underwritten by the Humanities Program at the University of Texas at El Paso.