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Researched at ARSC  |  2016 – 2017

A wide variety of publications about film, television, new media and other subjects have been researched at the Archive Research and Study Center (ARSC) at UCLA.

Have you published work that involved research at ARSC?  Please let us know at: arsc@cinema.ucla.edu

 

Charles Burnett: A Cinema of Symbolic Knowledge

By James Naremore

The Eddie Cantor Story: A Jewish Life in Performance and Politics

By David Weinstein

Fade In, Crossroads: A History of Southern Cinema

By Robert Jackson

Imagined Utopias in the Built Environment

By Anna Novakov

Jazz and Cocktails: Rethinking Race and the Sound of Film Noir

By Jans B. Wager

Hokum! The Early Sound Slapstick Short and Depression-Era Mass Culture

By Rob King

Go Slow: The Life of Julie London

By Michael Owen

Atari Age: The Emergence of Video Games in America

By Michael Z. Newman

Never Done: A History of Women'’s Work in Media Production

By Erin Hill

Future-Proofing the News: Preserving the First Draft of History

By Kathleen A. Hansen and Nora Paul

The Trouble with Lupino

Published in Cinema Comparat/ive Cinema

By Amelie Hastie

Back to the Drawing Board: Graphic Design and the Visual Environment of Television at Midcentury

Published in Cinema Journal

By Lynn Spigel

Cinema Journal Afterthoughts and Postscripts: TV and Midcentury Design

Published by Society for Cinema & Media Studies

By Lynn Spigel and Mark Quigley

Dr. Joyce Brothers: The Founding Mother of TV Psychology

By Kathleen Collins

Ben-Hur: The Original Blockbuster

By Jon Solomon

D-Day Remembered: The Normandy Landings in American Collective Memory

By Michael Dolski

Charles Burnett: A Troublesome Filmmaker

By María Míguez and Víctor Paz

Stealing the Show: African American Performers and Audiences in 1930s Hollywood

By Miriam J. Petty

Girls Will Be Boys: Cross-Dressed Women, Lesbians, and American Cinema, 1908 - 1934

By Laura Horak

 

The Carol Burnett Show Companion: So Glad We Had This Time

By Wesley Hyatt

 

Independent Stardom: Freelance Women in the Hollywood Studio System

By Emily Carman