Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

The Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television is an interdisciplinary journal concerned with the evidence produced by the mass media for historians and social scientists, and with the impact of mass communications on the political and social history of the twentieth century. The needs of those engaged in research and teaching are served by scholarly articles, book reviews and by archival reports concerned with the preservation and availability of records. The journal also reviews films, television and radio programmes of historical or educational importance. In addition, it aims to provide a survey of developments in the teaching of history and social science courses which involve the use of film and broadcast materials. It is the official journal of the International Association for Media and History (IAMHIST), and is supported by the College of Arts and Sciences, Louisiana State University.

4 issues a year.

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Latest articles

Volume 35 (4)

The Great War and the Moving Image
vol. 35 (4): 553-558
Writing History on the Page and Screen: Mediating Conflict through Britain’s First World War Ambulance Trains
vol. 35 (4): 559-578
Everybody’s Business: Film, Food and Victory in the First World War
vol. 35 (4): 579-595
Forgetting their troubles for a while: Australian soldiers’ experiences of cinema during the First World War
vol. 35 (4): 596-614
Putting the moral into morale: YMCA cinemas on the Western Front, 1914–1918
vol. 35 (4): 615-630
‘Snapshots’: Local Cinema Cultures in the Great War
vol. 35 (4): 631-655
Pixel Lions – the image of the soldier in First World War computer games
vol. 35 (4): 656-672
Fantômas sous les tropiques. Aller au cinéma en Afrique coloniale
vol. 35 (4): 673-674
The Grierson Effect: Tracing Documentary’s International Movement
vol. 35 (4): 674-676
Cinematic homecomings: exile and return in transnational cinema
vol. 35 (4): 677-678
Und wenn sie nicht gestorben sind …: Die Kinder von Golzow – Das Ende einer Langzeitbeobachtung 1961–2007
vol. 35 (4): 678-679
Making time in Stanley Kubrick’s Barry Lyndon
vol. 35 (4): 680-681
Filming the end of the Holocaust: allied documentaries, Nuremberg and the liberation of the concentration camps
vol. 35 (4): 682-684
Mark antony and popular culture: Masculinity and the construction of an icon
vol. 35 (4): 684-685
Projected art history: biopics, celebrity culture, and the popularizing of American art
vol. 35 (4): 686-688
¡Sounds of belonging! U.S. Spanish-language radio and public advocacy
vol. 35 (4): 688-691
Cinematic terror: a global history of terrorism on film
vol. 35 (4): 691-693
Heroes and happy endings: class, gender, and nation in popular film and fiction in interwar Britain
vol. 35 (4): 693-695
The Europeanness of European cinema: identity, meaning, globalization
vol. 35 (4): 695-697

Volume 35 (3)

D.W. Griffith’s Foray Into Eastern Europe: A Recuperation of History
vol. 35 (3): 401-419