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"Littlehales, Emilie" <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 27 Aug 2013 20:23:36 +0000
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Routledge invites you to take a look at some of our recent titles in film and television:

American Independent Cinema: indie, indiewood, and beyond (Geoff King et al, eds.)
Edited and written by leading authors in the field, American Independent Cinema: indie, indiewood and beyond offers an examination of the field through four sections that range in focus from broad definitions to close focus on particular manifestations of independence. A wide variety of examples are included but within a framework that offers insights into how these are related to one another.

The Classical Hollywood Reader (Steve Neale, ed.)
The Classical Hollywood Reader brings together essential readings to provide a history of Hollywood from the 1910s to the mid-1960s. Designed especially for courses on Hollywood Cinema, the Reader includes a number of newly researched and written chapters and a series of introductions to each of its parts. It concludes with an epilogue, a list of resources for further research, and an extensive bibliography.

Feminist Film Studies (Karen Hollinger)
Feminist Film Studies is a readable, yet comprehensive textbook for introductory classes in feminist film theory and criticism. Each chapter includes a "Films in Focus" section, which analyzes key texts related to the chapter's major topic, including examples from classical Hollywood, world cinema, and the contemporary period.

Locating Television: Zones of Consumption (Anna Christina Pertierra & Graeme Turner)
Locating Television: Zones of Consumption takes an important next step for television studies: it acknowledges the growing diversity of the international experience of television today in order to address the question of 'what is television now?' Suitable for both upper level students and researchers, this book is a valuable and original contribution to television, media and cultural studies, and anthropology, presenting approaches and evidence that are new to the field.

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