Looking Back and Moving Onwards: Excavating Feminist Media Histories Symposium

February 24, 2017 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm

The speakers at this Symposium will be:

Diana W. Anselmo (University of Pittsburgh)
“An Alternative Archive: Early Movie Scrapbooks and Female Homoeroticism”

Hilary Hallett (Columbia University)
“Biography and Feminist Biography: Writing the Life of Elinor Glyn”

Miriam Posner and Marika Cifor (University of California, Los Angeles)
“Uncovering and Building a Community of Practice: A Database of Early African-American Race Film”

Shelley Stamp (University of California, Santa Cruz)
“Selling Noir’s “Red Meat” to the Female Market”

Elana Levine (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
“Love in the Afternoon: Historicizing the Supercouple of 1980’s US Daytime Soap Opera”

This event is sponsored by the International Association for Media and History, the Year of Diversity, the Film Studies Program, the Humanities Center, and the Department of English.

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Location and Address

University Club, Gold Room