Bibliographic update April 2016: All

Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

Exploiting local controversy: regional British censorship of Last Tango in Paris (1972)
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A transnational history of radio listening groups II: Canada, Australia and the world
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A transnational history of radio listening groups I: the United Kingdom and United States
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Drei Sensationen und zwei Katastrophen: Feuilletons zur Welt der Kinos
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Images of blood in American cinema: The Tingler to The Wild Bunch
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Batman
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Conflicting interpretations of Rome, Open City in 1945 Italy
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Industrial organization of film exhibitors in the Low Countries: comparing the Netherlands and Belgium, 1945–1960
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Trophy, evidence, document: appropriating an archive film from Liepaja, 1941
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Early transcontinental film relations: Japan, Germany and the compromises of co-production, 1926–1933
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Anglo-Italian co-productions in the 1950s and 1960s: film finances, the Prince and Venice
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Re-orientating Japanese cinema: cold war criticism of ‘anti-American’ films
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Creating an anti-communist motion picture producers’ network in Asia: the Asia Foundation, Asia Pictures, and the Korean Motion Picture Cultural Association
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Lost adaptations: piracy, ‘Rip Offs’, and the Australian Copyright Act 1905
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Reconfiguring radio drama after television: the historical significance of Theater 5, Earplay and CBS Radio Mystery Theater as post-network radio drama
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Historical Research

British humanitarianism and the Russian famine, 1891–2
Luke Kelly, ONLINE EARLY
The parliamentary mind and the mutable constitution
Catherine Chou, ONLINE EARLY
Reformative rhetoric and the exercise of corporal power: Alexander Maconochie's regime at Birmingham prison, 1849–51
J. M. Moore, ONLINE EARLY
The decline of the Liberal party in the heart of England: the Liberals in Leicestershire, 1914–24
Gavin J. Freeman, ONLINE EARLY
National Service: the University of London Library during the Second World War
K. E. Attar, ONLINE EARLY
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