Emily E. Auger has graduate degrees in both History in Art and English Literature (U of Victoria) and has taught art history in Canadian and American universities for over twenty years. Her previous monographs include The Way of Inuit Art: Aesthetics in and Beyond the Arctic (2005) and Tarot and Other Mediation Decks: History, Theory, Aesthetics (2004).
2010 0-7734-3752-5 This book examines Tech-Noir as a distinct literary and cinematic genre. It provides a comprehensive comparative historical analysis of the development of Tech-Noir in
relation to other established genres and attempts to define the parameters of the
definition of Tech-Noir.
2010 0-7734-3668-5 A representative selection of 225 Tech-Noir films released between 1970 and 2005, each of which is briefly summarized and discussed in relation to other films of this type-
fully cross-referenced. An excellent compendium to The Development of the Tech-Noir Film: A Theory of the Development of Popular Genres in Fiction and Film