Reclaiming the Archive Feminism and Film History

ISBN-10: 0814333001
ISBN-13: 9780814333006
Edition: 2010
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Book details

List price: $34.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
Publication date: 4/15/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 472
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.650
Language: English

Illustrates the rich relationship between film history and feminist theory.

Callahan is associate professor of film at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Acknowledgments
Introduction: Reclaiming the Archive: Archaeological Explorations toward a Feminism 3.0
Gazing Outward: The Spectrum of Feminist Reception History
Unmasking the Gaze: Feminist Film Theory, History, and Film Studies
Femmes Fatales, Vampires, Vamps, and Gold Diggers: The Transformation and Narrative Value of Aggressive Fallen Women
“I wanted life to be romantic, and I wanted to be thin”: Girls Growing Up with Cinema in the 1930s
The “True Love” of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton
“She Will Never Look”: Film Spectatorship, Black Feminism, and Scary Subjectivities
Rewriting Authorship
Lois Weber, Star Maker
Reading as a Woman: The Collaboration of Ayako Wakao and Yasuzo Masumura
Women in the Nouvelle Vague: The Lost Continent?
Investigating an Interval: Sarah Bernhardt, Hamlet, and the Paris Exposition of 1900
Vision and Visibility: Women Filmmakers, Contemporary Authorship, and Feminist Film Studies
Black and White: Mercedes de Acosta's Glorious Enthusiasms
Excavating Early Cinema
Vitagraph Stardom: Constructing Personalities for “New”Middle-Class Consumption
Clara, Ouida, Beulah, et. al.: Women Screenwriters in American Silent Cinema
Making More than a Spectacle of Themselves: Creating the Militant Suffragette in Votes for Women
Visualizing the Modern Mexican Woman: Santa and Cinematic Nation-Building
Sisters in Rebellion: The Unexpected Kinship of Germaine Dulac and Virginia Woolf
Constructing a (Post) feminist Future
“Misty Water-Colored Memories of the Way We Were…” Postfeminist Nostalgia in Contemporary Romance Narratives
On Cyberfeminism and Cyberwomanism: High-Tech Mediations of Feminisms Discontents
The Birth of the Local Feminist Sphere in the Global Era: Yeoseongjang and “Trans-cinema”
The Future of the Archive: An Interview with Lynn Hershman Leeson
Contributors
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