Screening Spaces: Women and Motion Pictures in America, 1908-1917

By: Lindsey, Shelley Stamp

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[a little soiling to bottom edge, some minor annotations in first 25 pages of text, a couple of diagonally-creased page corners]. Doctoral dissertation from NYU (printed from microfilm), describing "how cinema helped shape the social maps of modern America by investing three sites crucial to the transfiguration of gendered domains in the pre-War era: the home, a space with which women remained deeply associated; city streets, where women now congregated; and the political arena, where they hoped to participate."

Title: Screening Spaces: Women and Motion Pictures in America, 1908-1917

Author: Lindsey, Shelley Stamp

Categories: Cinema: History,

Edition: Unstated ed

Publisher: Ann Arbor MI, UMI Dissertation Services: 1995 (c.1994)

ISBN Number: NO

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 14904

Keywords: Gender Studies Women In Film World War I Feminism