Women's History Review.: Structures of Feeling: Contemporary Research in Women's Film and Broadcasting History
This special issue is the second volume originaing from the 'Doing Women's Film and TV Histories III' International conference held at the Phoenix Cinema, Leicester, England in May 2016. It connects with concerns and questions of women's production histories related to the constructed nature of history and how we write a 'history from below' to foreground the hidden, marginalised or forgotten histories of our women ancestors. This collection captures something of the dominant 'structures of feeling' of womens' film and broadcasting history scholarship in the contemporary period ranging from consideration of women working in both above and below-the-line roles in film, television and radio, to those whose labour fell outside of mainstream cinema production, as in the instance of the amateur film in the UK between the 1930s and 1980. Together, these case studies span from 1926 to the contemporary period, providing particular flashpoints of women's history across the UK, North America, Italy and Australia.
Citation : Ball, V., Kirkham, P., Porter, L. eds. (2020) Structures of Feeling: Contemporary Research in Women's Film and Broadcasting History. Women's History Review, 29 (5)
ISSN : 0961-2025
Research Institute : Cinema and Television History Institute (CATHI)
Peer Reviewed : Yes
- Leicester Media School 
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