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  Volume 52, Number 3, Spring 2013

Table of Contents


Raymond Williams on Film

pp. 1-18

Film and the Cultural Tradition

pp. 19-24

“A Remarkable Adventure”: Martin Luther and the 1950s Religious Marketplace

pp. 25-48

Visual Riposte: Looking Back at the Return of the Gaze as Postcolonial Theory’s Gift to Film Studies

pp. 49-74

Frustrated Climaxes: On Maya Deren’s Meshes of the Afternoon and Witch’s Cradle

pp. 75-98

Media Fantasies: Women, Mobility, and Silent-Era Japanese Ballad Films

pp. 99-119

“Independence,” Industrial Authorship, and Professional Entrepreneurship: Representing and Reorganizing Television Writing in the FCC Media Ownership Reviews

pp. 120-144

In Focus: Media Industries Studies


pp. 145-149

Critical Crossroads or Parallel Routes?: Political Economy and New Approaches to Studying Media Industries and Cultural Products

pp. 150-157

Para-Industry: Researching Hollywood’s Blackwaters

pp. 157-165

Rethinking Distribution for the Future of Media Industry Studies

pp. 165-171

Recognizing “Industry”

pp. 172-176

On a Screen Near You: The New Soundwork Industry

pp. 177-182

Two-Way Mirrors: Looking at the Future of Academic-Industry Engagement

pp. 183-188


pp. 188-189

Book Review Essay: Television 2013

pp. 190-197


p. 214

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