In this Issue
Film & History has been in publication for over fifty (50) years and is described in detail at its website:its web site: www.filmandhistory.org
This journal considers motion pictures under the following rubrics:
- 1. Films which interpret history;
- 2. Films which reflect history;
- 3. Films made to influence history.
We are interested in documentary as well as feature films. There is no restriction concerning nationality; we welcome articles about the world of media.
The journal contains many book reviews and film reviews each issue. Subscribers are asked to participate by reviewing such texts for the journal.
Each year, Film & History also produces a CD-ROM of articles and out-of-print books for scholars in the form of a CD-ROM. Many publishable articles which do not fit our topic of the year are given a venue in this publication venture. The CD-ROMs also contain video and audio materials--often entire radio shows about selected film and history topics.
Please check the web site for more information, to include announcements about our bi-ennial meetings. (The next meeting will be in Dallas during early November, 2004; check details on the web site. Topic is "War in Film, TV, and History.")
published byCenter for the Study of Film and History
viewing issueVolume 48, Number 1, Summer 2018
Loren Baybrook, Lawrence University
Film Reviews Editor
Cynthia Miller, Emerson College
Book Reviews Editor
Paul Cohen, Lawrence University
David Bordwell, University of Wisconsin Madison
Thomas Cripps, Morgan State University
Natalie Davis, University of Toronto
Thomas Doherty, Brandeis University
Gary Edgerton, Butler University
Raymond Fielding, Florida State University
Sam Grogg, Adelphi University
Andrew Horton, University of Oklahoma
Garth Jowett, University of Houston
John Lawrence, Morningside College
Charles Maland, University of Tennessee
Frank Manchel, University of Vermont
Steve Mintz, University of Texas at Austin
Laura Mulvey, Birkbeck College, University of London
John O'Connor, New Jersey Institute of Technology
Robert Rosenstone, California Institute of Technology
Lynn Spigel, Northwestern University
Robert Toplin, University of North Carolina-Wilmington
Alan Trachtenberg, Yale University
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