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Motion pictures; cinema; movies

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Article Jan Domaradzki (2023)
From evil demiurge to caring hero: images of geneticists in the movies. Science as Culture (pp. 266-293). (/isis/citation/CBB948371310/) unapi

Thesis Brandon Robert Green (2023)
The Artist's Code: Technology and the Optimization of Creativity in Hollywood. (/isis/citation/CBB555921460/) unapi

Article Marie-Hélène Adam (2023)
Roboter-Hausfrauen und Vorstadt-Cyborgs: Gender und KI in Die Frauen von Stepford (1975 und 2004) (Robot Housewives and Suburban Cyborgs: Gender and AI in The Stepford Wives (1975 and 2004)). Acta Historica Leopoldina (pp. 109-126). (/isis/citation/CBB031355232/) unapi

Thesis Emmet Winkle von Stackelberg (2023)
Seeing Through Silver: A Chemical History of Moving Images, 1880–1950. (/isis/citation/CBB940002686/) unapi

Article Logan Brown (July 2022)
Learning to Love Computers: Useful Cinema and the Mediation of American Computing, 1958–62. Technology and Culture (pp. 665-688). (/isis/citation/CBB844898152/) unapi

Book Han Sang Kim (2022)
Cine-Mobility: Twentieth-Century Transformations in Korea’s Film and Transportation. (/isis/citation/CBB509671328/) unapi

Book Terence McSweeney; Stuart Joy (2022)
Contemporary American Science Fiction Film. (/isis/citation/CBB609301833/) unapi

Article Max Long (2022)
“Accustomed to Female Domination”: Women, Mass Media, and Animal Intimacy in Interwar Britain. Environmental History (pp. 140-154). (/isis/citation/CBB160790011/) unapi

Book Ross Melnick (2022)
Hollywood's embassies: How movie theaters projected American power around the world. (/isis/citation/CBB627028308/) unapi

Book Virgilio Tosi (2022)
Il cinema prima del cinema. La vera nascita delle immagini in movimento. (/isis/citation/CBB912408233/) unapi

Book Ana Grgić (2021)
Early Cinema, Modernity and Visual Culture: The Imaginary of the Balkans. (/isis/citation/CBB801755694/) unapi

Article Amy C. Chambers (2021)
‘Somewhere between science and superstition’: Religious outrage, horrific science, and The Exorcist (1973). History of the Human Sciences (pp. 32-52). (/isis/citation/CBB309397199/) unapi

Chapter Sylvest, Casper; Peter Bennesved (2021)
Embedding Preparedness, Assigning Responsibility: The Role of Film in Sociotechnical Imaginaries of Civil Defence. In: Cold War Civil Defence in Western Europe: Sociotechnical Imaginaries of Survival and Preparedness (pp. 103-128). (/isis/citation/CBB115402644/) unapi

Article Tina Montenegro (December 2021)
Atlantics: The Ocean as Another Place (film review). Transfers (pp. 131-135). (/isis/citation/CBB713682710/) unapi

Article Claudio Pogliano (2021)
A Tricky Start: The First Decade of Ethnographic Cinema. Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Scienza (pp. 568-610). (/isis/citation/CBB402373882/) unapi

Article Francesco Paolo de Ceglia; Fabio Lusito (2021)
In the Footsteps of Galileo: History of Science in Italian TV Films and Series in the Nineteen-Sixties and Seventies. Nuncius: Annali di Storia della Scienza (pp. 84-117). (/isis/citation/CBB970543361/) unapi

Article Esmat Babaii; Fatemeh Asadnia (2021)
“If a black hole is an oyster, then . . .”: The discoursal trends of popularization in science fiction movies. Public Understanding of Science (pp. 868-880). (/isis/citation/CBB340844947/) unapi

Article Jeffrey Fear; Cristina Stanca-Mustea (Autumn 2021)
“Carl Laemmle Presents”: A Story of Political and Cultural Risk in Germany, 1917–1934. Business History Review (pp. 375-421). (/isis/citation/CBB416331451/) unapi

Article Sudev Sheth; Geoffrey Jones; Morgan Spencer (Autumn 2021)
Emboldening and Contesting Gender and Skin Color Stereotypes in the Film Industry in India, 1947–1991. Business History Review (pp. 483-515). (/isis/citation/CBB186027195/) unapi

Chapter Roman Mauer (2021)
The Aesthetics of Cold: Narrating National Trauma in Film. In: The Russian cold: histories of ice, frost, and snow. (/isis/citation/CBB175058888/) unapi

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