The August 2, 2019 issue of the Times Literary Supplement reviewed Unwatchable edited by Nicholas Baer, Maggie Hennefeld, Laura Horak, and Gunnar Iversen and The Indecent Screen by Cynthia Chris.
“The essay collection Unwatchable places the concept of “that which cannot be viewed” at the center of almost every discussion about media aesthetics, theory, and politics that is currently taking place, from representation theory to the ethics of the spectator. The more than fifty essays in the collection illuminate the concept from all angles and make the book an indispensable introduction for everyone interested in media culture.” —Times Literary Supplement on Unwatchable edited by Nicholas Baer, Maggie Hennefeld, Laura Horak, and Gunnar Iversen
“Chris provides a comprehensive account of the history and makes the necessary case for an uncensored media. Her book will be indispensable to those struggling to understand current media policy in the US.”–Times Literary Supplement on The Indecent Screen by Cynthia Chris