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CINEMA JOURNAL


- First issue: 1961
"Cinema Journal publishes essays on a wide variety of subjects from diverse methodological perspectives."
- Continues JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY OF CINEMATOLOGISTS (ISSN: 1550-0349).
- Published by University of Texas Press
- Website: www.utexas.edu/utpress/journals/jcj.html

Quarterly
Scholarly Journal
from
Austin
United States
Last updated:
21 October 2017

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Scott Matheson
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81 listed issue(s)

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Issue 197
Vol 50 # 1 Fall 2010



Issue 196
Vol 49 # 4 Summer 2010

The Subject of Torture: Regarding the Pain of Americans in Hostel
Jason Middleton
Reassuring Convergence: Online Fandom, Race, and Disney's Notorious Song of the South
Jason Sperb
No Longer Themselves? Framing Digitally Enabled Posthumous "Performance"
Lisa Bode
Soviet-Indian Coproductions: Ali Baba as Political Allegory
Masha Salazkina
The Digital Multitude
Kristen Whissel
City of Women: Busby Berkeley, Architecture, and Urban Space
Lucy Fischer
Conference Report: The Radio Conference: A Transnational Forum York University, Toronto, Canada, July 27-30, 2009 submitted by Jason Loviglio
In Focus: The French New Wave at Fifty: Pushing the Boundaries edited by Ginette Vincendeau
Book Reviews: Global Waves edited by Amanda Lotz
Society for Cinema and Media Studies' Statement of Fair Use Best Practices for Media Studies Publishing


Issue 195
Vol 49 # 3 Spring 2010

TV, Time, and the Films of Andy Warhol
Graig Uhlin
Postfeminist Cliques? Class, Postfeminism, and the Molly Ringwald-John Hughes Films
Anthony C. Bleach
"Two Ways of Looking": The Critical Reception of 1940s Horror
Mark Jancovich
The Central Board of Film Certification Correspondence Files (1992-2002): A Discursive Rhetoric of Moral Panic, "Public" Protest, and Political Pressure
Nandana Bose
Conference Report: Comic Arts Conference at the San Diego Comic-Con, July 23-26, 2009
submitted by Greg M. Smith
Professional Development Dossier: Passion, Politics, and People
Karen Beckman
In Focus: China's Rise
edited by Michael Curtin
Book Reviews: Chinese Media
edited by Amanda Lotz
Society for Cinema and Media Studies Membership Directory


Issue 194
Vol 49 # 2 Winter 2010

"I Do Exist": From "Black Insurgent" to Negotiating the Hollywood Divide-A Conversation with Julie Dash
Michael T. Martin
Flaming the Fans: Shame and the Aesthetics of Queer Fandom in Todd Haynes's Velvet Goldmine
Chad Bennett
Dangerous Fictions: Race, History, and King
Jennifer Fuller
Batman versus The Green Hornet: The Merchandisable TV Text and the Paradox of Licensing in the Classical Network Era
Avi Santo
"Tryin' To Get Over": Super Fly, Black Politics, and Post-Civil Rights Film Enterprise
Eithne Quinn
Contraband Cinema: Piracy, Titanic, and Central Asia
Barbara Klinger
Festival Review: The 21st Pan-African Film and TV Festival (FESPACO), February 28-March 7, 2009 Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso submitted by Chris Lippard
In Focus: Cinephilia edited by Mark Betz
Book Reviews: Cinephilia & the Post-European Auteurs edited by Amanda D. Lotz


Issue 193
Vol 49 # 1 Fall 2009

Avant-Garde Re-Enactment: World Mirror Cinema, Decasia, and The Heart of the World
Michele Pierson
"Noble and Uplifting and Boring as Hell": Asian American Film and Video, 1971-1982
Jun Okada
Looking for Vito
Michael Schiavi
What's the Deal With Soundtrack Albums? Metal Music and the Customized Aesthetics of Contemporary Horror
Joseph Tompkins
Undesirable Bodies and Desirable Labor: Documenting the Globalization and Digitization of Transnational American Dreams in Indian Call Centers
Dale Hudson
Sports of Spectatorship: Boxing Women of Color in Girlfight and Beyond
Camilla Fojas
Conference Report: Futures of Entertainment 3, November 21-22, 2008, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
submitted by Derek Kompare
SCMS Lifetime Membership Address, March 6, 2008, Philadelphia, PA: Stepping Sideways edited by Thomas Elsaesser
In Focus: SCMS at Fifty, edited by Lucy Fischer
Book Reviews: SCMS at Fifty


Issue 192
Vol 48 # 4 Summer 2009

Electric Homes! Automatic Movies! Efficient Entertainment!: 16mm and Cinema's Domestication in the 1920s
Haidee Wasson
Contemporary Hollywood Masculinity and the Double-Protagonist Film
David Greven
Reading the Title Sequence (Vorspann, Generique)
Georg Stanitzek
Narnia as a Site of National Struggle: Marketing, Christianity, and National Purpose in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
James Russell
The Crowd Outside the Lettered City: Imagining the Mass Audience in 1920s India
Manishita Dass
Conference Report: Console-ing Passions, University of California-Santa Barbara, April 24-26, 2008
submitted by Moya Luckett
In Focus: Fandom and Feminism: Gender and the Politics of Fan Production
edited by Kristina Busse
Book Reviews: Feminist Film and Media Studies
edited by Amanda D. Lotz
Annotated Index to Volume 48


Issue 191
Vol 48 # 3 Spring 2009

The Unadapted: Warner Bros. Reads Zora Neale Hurston
Elizabeth Binggeli
Indie Culture: In Pursuit of the Authentic Autonomous Alternative
Michael Z. Newman
Japan's Blair Witch: Restraint, Maturity, and Generic Canons in the British Critical Reception of Ring
Daniel Martin
Lives Aquatic: Mediterranean Cinema and an Ethics of Underwater Existence
Elena Past
In Memoriam: Manny Farber, 1917-2008
Robert Sklar
Conference Report: The 17th Annual Screen Conference, July 4-6, 2008 Glasgow, Scotland submitted by Will Straw
Teaching Dossier: Assignment Design edited by Kevin Sandler
Response to the In Focus Dossier on the British Film Institute
Andrew Lockett and Rob White
In Focus: Moving Between Platforms: Film, Television, Gaming, and Convergence
edited by Jonathan Gray
Book Reviews: Gaming
edited by Amanda D. Lotz
Society for Cinema and Media Studies Membership Directory


Issue 190
Vol 48 # 2 Winter 2009

"Wait for the Next Pictures": Intertextuality and Cliffhanger Continuity in Early Cinema and Comic Strips
Josh Lambert
Renoir and Murder
Karla Oeler
Herzog, Landscape, and Documentary
Eric Ames
Taking Hollywood Back: The Historical Costume Drama, the Bio-Pic, and Popular Front U.S. Film Criticism
Chris Robe
John Wayne as "Supercrip": Disabled Bodies and the Construction of "Hard" Masculinity in The Wings of Eagles
Russell Meeuf
Conference Report: Orphans Take Manhattan: The 6th Biannual Orphan Film Symposium, March 26-29, 2008 New York City submitted by Devin Orgeron
In Focus: Media Studies and the Digital Humanities
Edited by Tara McPherson

Book Reviews: BFI Film Classics, edited by Amanda D. Lotz



Issue 189
Vol 48 # 1 Fall 2008

Examples in Theory: Interpassive Illustrations and Celluloid Fetishism
Boaz Hagin
The New Wave Meets the Tradition of Quality: Jacques Demy's The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
Rodney Hill
"Feed Me!": Power Struggles and the Portrayal of Race in Little Shop of Horrors
Marc Jensen
Pop Go the Warner Bros., et al.: Marketing Film Songs during the Coming of Sound
Katherine Spring
The Eye of the Frog: Questions of Space in Films Using Digital Processes
Deborah Tudor
Conference Report: Border Crossings: Rethinking Silent Cinema, February 8-10, 2008, University of California, Berkeley, submitted by Steve Choe
In Focus: Sound Studies, edited by Michele Hilmes
Book Reviews: Sound Studies, edited by Amanda D. Lotz


Issue 188
Vol 47 # 4 Summer 2008

The Creature from the Black Lagoon: Marilyn Monroe and Whiteness
Lois Banner
The Visual Re-creation of Black People in a "White" Country: Oscar Micheaux and Swedish Film Culture in the 1920s
Tommy Gustafsson
Of Myths and Men: Better Luck Tomorrow and the Mainstreaming of Asian America Cinema
Margaret Hillenbrand
Nothing on But Hoppy Badges: Hopalong Cassidy, William Boyd Enterprises, and Emergent Media Globalization
Michael Kackman
Noir Citizenship: Anthony Mann's Border Incident
Jonathan Auerbach
In Focus: The British Film Institute, edited by Toby Miller
Who Are These People? By Toby Miller
The British Film Institute by Geoffrey Nowell-Smith
After the flood: BFI Publishing beyond the BFI
Rebecca Barden Reponds
Cultural Strategies: Publishing at the British Film Institute by Manuel Alvarado and Edward Buscombe
Whatever Happened to BFI Publishing? by Pam Cook
Implementing Cultural Policy: The Case of the BFI Distribution Library by Colin McArthur
In the Dark: The BFI Archive by Charlotte Brunsdon
In For a Downer? Notes on Some British Film Institute Feature Film Productions of the 1980s by Bill Grantham
Archival News
Scott Higgins and Sara Ross
Professional Notes
Kirsten Moana Thompson (with Terri Ginsberg)
Cinema Journal Annotated Index to Volume 47


Issue 187
Vol 47 # 3 Spring 2008

Becoming Clifton Webb: A Queer Star in Mid-Century Hollywood
Leonard Leff
"The More You Look, the Less You Really Know": The Redemption of White Masculinity in Contemporary American and French Cinema
Judith Franco
National, Regional, and Global: New Waves of Latin American Cinema
Luisela Alvaray
What the Shadow Knows: Race, Image, and Meaning in Shadows (1922)
Alice Maurice
The Price of Heaven: Remaking Politics in All that Heaven Allows, Ali: Fear Eats the Soul, and Far from Heaven
Salome Aguilera Skvirsky
In Focus: The Place of Television Studies: A View from the British Midlands, edited by Charlotte Brunsdon and Ann Gray
Is Television Studies History? by Charlotte Brunsdon
"Television Resurrections": Television and Memory by Amy Holdsworth
Feeling Sentimental about Television and Audiences by Helen Wood and Lisa Taylor
Is Archiving a Feminist Issue? Historical Research and the Past, Present, and Future of Television Studies by Rachel Moseley and Helen Wheatley
Television Studies Goes Digital by James Bennett
Archival News
Scott Higgins and Sara Ross
Professional Notes
Kirsten Moana Thompson (with Terri Ginsberg)
Society for Cinema and Media Studies Membership Directory


Issue 186
Vol 47 # 2 Winter 2008

What the Public Wanted: Hollywood, 1937-1942
Catherine Jurca
Ingrid Bergman's Star Persona and the Alien Space of Stromboli
Ora Gelley
A Lotta Night Music: The Sound of Film Noir
Richard R. Ness
Suspenseful Situations: Melodramatic Narrative and the Contemporary Action Film
Scott Higgins
Guys Gone Wild? Soft-Core Video Professionalism and New Realities in Television Production
Vicki Mayer
In Focus: The Practitioner Interview, edited by Christine Cornea
Introduction: Interviews in Film and Television Studies by Christine Cornea
An Ethics and an Aesthetics of Interviewing by Scott MacDonald
Speaking of Soft Core by Linda Ruth Williams
The Recalcitrant Interviewee by Mark Kermode
Studying Up and F**cking Up: Ethnographic Interviewing in Production Studies by Vicki Mayer
After the Interview by Brett Mills
The Society for Cinema and Media Studies' Statement of Best Practices for Fair Use in Teaching for Film and Media Educators
Archival News
Scott Higgins and Sarah
Professional Notes
Kirsten Moana Thompson (with Terri Ginsberg)


Issue 185
Vol 47 # 1 Fall 2007

Kuhle Wampe and the Problem of Corporal Culture
Theodore F. Rippey
Making a Go of It: Paternity and Prohibition in the Films of Wes Anderson
Joshua Gooch
Irresistible Death: 21 Grams as Melodrama
Michael Stewart
A Mexican Nouvelle Vague: The Logic of New Waves under Globalization
Jeff Menne
In Focus: Teaching "Difficult" Films, edited by Paul McEwan
Exploitation Films: Teaching Sin in the Suburbs by Eric Schaefer
Racist Film: Teaching The Birth of a Nation by Paul McEwan
Misogynist Films: Teaching Top Gun by Tania Modleski
Teaching Indian Cinema by Sumita Chakravarty
Avant-Garde Films: Teaching Wavelength by Michael Zryd
Indecipherable Films: Teaching Gummo by Jeffrey Sconce
Archival News
Scott Higgins and Sara Ross
Professional Notes
Kirsten Moana Thompson (with Terri Ginsberg)


Issue 184
Vol 46 # 4 Summer 2007

Having It All Ways: The Tourist, the Traveler, and the Local in The L Word
Candace Moore
Blackboard Jungle: The Ethnographic Narratives of Education on Film
Dan Leopard
Decompressing Modernity: South Korean Time Travel Narratives and the IMF Crisis
David Martin-Jones
The Australian Western, or A Settler Colonial Cinema par excellence
Peter Limbrick
In Focus: Visual Culture, Scholarship, and Sexual Images, edited by Chuck Kleinhans
Introduction: Prior Constraints by Chuck Kleinhans
How I published vintage queer filth in film, video, photography, and graphics over 25 years of editors, designers, lawyers, printers, and booksellers--and survived by Thomas Waugh
"Frenzy of the Visible," Indeed! by Linda Williams
You and Voyeurweb: Illustrating the Shifting Representation of the Penis on the Internet with User-Generated Content by Peter Lehman
Racism and Pornography: Evidence, Paradigms, and Publishing by Daniel Bernardi
Seizing Moving Image Pornography by Jose B. Capino
Academic Cult Erotica: Fluid Beings or a Cubicle of Our Own? by Katrien Jacobs
Conference Update by Chuck Kleinhans
Archival News
Scott Higgins and Sara Ross
Professional Notes
Kirsten Moana Thompson (with Terri Ginsberg)
Annotated Index to Volume 46


Issue 183
Vol 46 # 3 Spring 2007

Broadcasting Modernity: Cuban Television, 1950-1953
Yeidy M. Rivero
Moving Pictures, Still Lives: Staging National Tableaux and Text in Prospero's Books
Ryan Trimm
The Surrealism of the Photographic Image: Bazin, Barthes, and the Digital Sweet Hereafter
Adam Lowenstein
Visual "Drive" and Cinematic Narrative: Reading Gaze Theory in Lacan, Hitchcock, and Mulvey
Clifford T. Manlove
In Focus: The 21st Century Archive edited by Eric Schaefer
Archives and Access in the 21st Century by Rick Prelinger
Regional Moving Image Archives in the United States by Karan Sheldon
The Role of Orphan Films in the 21st Century Archive by Dan Streible
The Archivist, the Scholar, and Access to Historic Television Materials by Margaret A. Compton
Collective Effort: Archiving LGBT Moving Images by Lynne Kirste
The Library of Congress National Audio-Visual Conservation Center by Mike Mashon
Archival News
Scott Higgins and Sara Ross
Professional Notes
Kirsten Moana Thompson (with Terri Ginsberg)
Society for Cinema and Media Studies Membership Directory


Issue 182
Vol 46 # 2 Winter 2007

The Revered Gaze: The Medieval Imaginary of Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ
Alison Griffiths
La Camera-Crayola: Authorship Comes of Age in the Cinema of Wes Anderson
Devin Orgeron
The Big Lift (1950): Image and Identity in Blockaded Berlin
Ralph Stern
Banal and Magnificent Space in Electra Glide in Blue (1973), or An Allegory of the Nixon Era
Mark Shiel
In Focus: Fair Use and Film, edited by Peter Decherney
From Fair Use to Exemption by Peter Decherney
Fair Use, Film, and the Advantages of Internet Distribution by Fred von Lohmann
Untold Stories: Collaborative Research on Documentary Filmmaker's Free Speech and Fair Use by Peter Jaszi and Patricia Aufderheide
Access to Orphan Works: Copyright Law, Preservation, and Politics by Eric J. Schwartz and Matt Williams
'If You Can't Protect What You Own, You Don't Own Anything': Piracy, Privacy, and Public Relations in 21st Century Hollywood by Jon Lewis
Archival News
Scott Higgins and Sara Ross
Professional Notes
Terri Ginsberg


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Vol 46 # 1 Fall 2006



Issue 180
Vol 45 # 4 Summer 2006



Issue 179
Vol 45 # 3 - Spring 2006



Issue 178
Vol 45 # 2 Winter 2006



Issue 177
Vol 45 # 1 Fall 2005



Issue 176
Vol 44 # 4 August 2005



Issue 175
Vol 44 # 3 - June 2005



Issue 174
Vol 44 # 2 April 2005



Issue 173
Vol 44 # 1 2004



Issue 172
Vol 43 # 4 Summer 2004


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