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FUm & History, Vol. XXI, Nos. 2&3, May/September 1991109 Erik Barnouw: A Selected Bibliography and Filmography BOOKS Handbook of Radio Writing (Boston: Little, Brown, 1938, 2nd ed., 1947). Radio Drama in Action editor (New York: Rinehart, 1945). Handbook of Radio Production (Boston: Little, Brown, 1949). Mass Communication: Television, Radio, Film, Press (New York: Rinehart, 1956). Also Arabic and Chinese editions. The Television Writer (New York: Hill and Wang, 1962). Indian FUm with S. Krishnaswamy (New York: Columbia University Press, 1963; 2nd ed., New York: Oxford University Press, 1980). A History of Broadcasting in the United States: A Tower in Babel (to 1933), The Golden Web (1933-53), The Image Empire (from 1953) (New York: Oxford University Press, 1966, 1968, 1970). The Documentary: A History of the Nonfiction FUm (New York: Oxford University Press, 1974; 3rd. ed., 1992). Also editions in Japanese and Serbo-Croatian. Tube ofPlenty: The Evolution ofAmerican Television (New York: Oxford University Press, 1975; rev. eds., 1982, 1990). Adapted from the three-volume history. Also Italian edition. The Sponsor: Notes on a Modem Potentate (New York: Oxford University Press, 1978). The Magician and the Cinema (New York: Oxford University Press, 1981). Also Japanese edition. International Encyclopedia of Communications editor in chief (New York: Oxford University Press and the University of Pennsylvania, 1989), four volumes. 110 ARTICLES and REVIEWS Essay in Television and Screen Writing, ed. Lola Goelet Yoakem (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1958). "Films of Social Comment" (review) Film Comment 2:1 (Winter, 1964), p. 16-17. "British Broadcasting and the Danish Resistance Movement 1940-1945," by J. Bennett (review) Political Science Quarterly 83:2 (1968), p. 289-291. "Robert Flaherty," Film Culture 53-54-55 (Spring, 1972), p. 161-190. "Communication Arts: Introduction to Mass Media," by CS. Steinberg (review) Social Science 52:2 (1971), p. 424-425. "Presidential Television," by N.N. Minow, J.B. Martin and L.M. Mitchell (review) Political Science Quarterly 89:1 (1974) p. 178-179. "Dangerous Malaise Ahead for TV Viewers" (interview) U.S. News and World Report 80 (March 1, 1976), p. 27-29. "So You Think TV is Hot Stuff-Just You Wait," Smithsonian 7:4 (1976), p. 78-84. "The Media Revolution," in Library of Congress Symposia on the American Revolution, The American Revolution: A Continuing Commitment, (Washington, D.C., 1976) p. 27-39. "Education Unit in World War ?" (interview) Journal of Popular Culture 12:2 (1978), p. 275-284. "Lives of a Bengal Filmmaker: Satyajit Ray of Calcutta," Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress 38:2 (1981), p. 60-77; reprinted in Library of Congress, Wonderful Inventions: Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound at the Library of Congress ed. Iris Newsom, (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1984) P- 1-9. "The Sintzenich Diaries," Quarterly Journal of the Library of Congress 37: 3-4 (1980), p. 310-331; reprinted in Wonderful Inventions, ed. Newsom, p. 17-29. "Magicians Created Living Pictures, Then Rued The Day (Early Video-Illusions and Screen Fantasy)," Smithsonian 12:4 (1981), p. 114-116+. Erik Barnouw: A Selected Bibliography and FUmography 111 "The Hiroshima-Nagasaki Footage, A Report," Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television 2:1 (1982), p. 91-100. "Historical Survey of Communication Breakthroughs" (review) Proceedings of the Academy of Political Science 34:4 (1982), p. 13-23. Forward to Radio Broadcasts in the Library of Congress 1924-1941: A Catalog of Recordings, ed. James R. Smart (Washington: Library of Congress, 1982). Forward to American History, American Film, by John E. O'Connor (New York: Unger, 1983). "Thoughts on The Day After" (review) Television Quarterly 20:3 (1983), p. 95. "Radio Luxembourg," in Film and Radio Propaganda in World War II, ed. K.R.M. Short (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1983). "The Fantasms of Andrew Oehler," Quarterly Review of Film Studies 9:1 (1984), p. 40-44. Forward to Wonderful Inventions: Motion Pictures, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound at the Library of Congress, ed. Iris Newsom (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1984). "The Case of the ?-Bomb Footage," in Transmission: Theory and Practice for a New Television Aesthetics, ed. Peter D'Agostino (New York: Tanam Press, 1985), p. 189-200. Forward to Early Motion Pictures: The Paper Print Collection...


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