Framework Volume 51, Number 2, Fall 2010

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Framework Volume 51, Number 2

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Framework is an international, peer reviewed journal dedicated to theoretical and historical work on the diverse and current trends in media and film scholarship. The journal’s multicultural coverage, interdisciplinary focus, and the high caliber of its writers contributes to important interconnections between regional cinemas, practioners, academics, critics, and students. Framework is committed to publishing articles from interdisciplinary and global perspectives.


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Editorial
Drake Stutesman

Erice's Songs: Nature as Music/Music as Nature
Linda C. Ehrlich and Celia Martínez García

Artistic Testament or Final Exorcism? Passion and Tragedy in Bergman's Saraband 
Miguel Lomillos

DOSSIER: TRANSNATIONALIZING WOMEN'S FILM HISTORY

Introduction
Christine Gledhill 


World Women: Still Circulating Silent Era Film Prints
Jane M. Gaines 

Women's Film History Project: Issues of Transnationalism
Bryony Dixon

On Frieda Klug, Pearl White, and Other Traveling Women Film Pioneers
Monica Dall'Asta 

Women, Empire, and British Cinema History
Emma Sandon 

Tackling Universal Women as a Research Problem: What Historiographic Sources Do and Don't Tell Us about "Gender" in the Silent Motion Picture Studio
Mark Garrett Cooper

A Historical Overview of NFTVA/BFI Collection Development Policies with Regard to Gender and Nation Questions
Elaine Burrows

Women Filmmakers and Postfeminism in the Age of Multimedia Reproduction: A Virtual Archive for Women's Cinema
Rosanna Maule

Women's Film History: Columbia University and the Museum of Modern Art, March 2010

"Exit Flapper, Enter Woman," or Lois Weber in Jazz Age Hollywood
Shelley Stamp 

A New Eroticism or Merely a New Woman? Cecil B. DeMille's Adaptation of Alice Duer Miller's Manslaughter
Anne Morey

Toward the Development of a Modern "Impressionist" Cinema: Germaine Dulac's La Belle Dame sans merci (1921) and the Deconstruction of the Femme Fatale Archetype
Tami Williams

Screen Theory Goes to Australia
Constantine Verevis 

 

 

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Additional Information 6x9, 250 pages, published November 15, 2010

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