New books just arrived for review – Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

IAMHIST received a brand new copy of the following books and is looking for reviewers (Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television). If you are interested, just send a message to ciarachambers3@gmail.com . It would help if you could tell us a bit about your own research and expertise and/or why you are interested in reviewing this title.

ROBERTO CAVALLINI (Ed.) 
Requiem for a Nation: 
Religion and Politics in Post War Italian Cinema, 
2016, Szczecin, Mimesis, pp.154, 
£14 (paperback)












Tim Bergfelder, 
Lisa Shaw and João Luiz Vieira (Eds) 
Stars and Stardom in Brazilian Cinema, 2017, 
New York, Berghan Books, pp. vii + 302, 
bibliography, illustrations, index, £92 
(hardcover)







 Satire als Kriegswaffe. 
 Strategien der britischen Rundfunkpropaganda
 im Zweiten Weltkrieg
Kristine Moorehead, 2016
Marburg, Tectum Verlag, p.401,
illustrations, annexes, bibliography,









Re-Imagining DEFA: East German Cinema in its
 National and Transnational Contexts
 SEÁN ALLAN AND SEBASTIAN HEIDUSCHKE
 (eds), 2016
 New York and Oxford, Berghahn
 pp. xi + 366, illus., bibliography, index,
 $130.00 (hardcover), $34.95 (paper)






iamhist received new books for review…

IAMHIST received a brand new copy of the following books and is looking for reviewers (Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television). If you are interested, just send a message to ciarachambers3@gmail.com . It would help if you could tell us a bit about your own research and expertise and/or why you are interested in reviewing this title.

(already assigned for review)
MEHELI SEN, Haunting Bollywood: 
Gender, Genre and the Supernatural 
in Hindi Commerical Cinema, 2017, Austin: 
University of Texas Press, pp.xii + 264, 
ill., bibliography, index. £23.99 (paper)











(already assigned for review)
IAN BROOKES, Film Noir: 
A Critical Introduction, 
2017, London: Bloomsbury, pp.x + 275, 
ill., bibliography, filmography, index. 
£21.99 (paper)










(already assigned for review)
Beyond the Bridge: Contemporary Danish 
Television Drama, 2017, 
TOBIAS HOCHSCHERF AND HEIDI PHILIPSEN
London and New York: I.B. Tauris, 
pp.x + 259, ill., bibliography, 
index, £69 (hardcover)










Satire als Kriegswaffe. 
Strategien der britischen Rundfunkpropaganda 
im Zweiten Weltkrieg
Kristine Moorehead, 2016
Marburg, Tectum Verlag, p.401, 
illustrations, annexes, bibliography, 










Re-Imagining DEFA: East German Cinema in its 
National and Transnational Contexts
SEÁN ALLAN AND SEBASTIAN HEIDUSCHKE 
(eds), 2016
New York and Oxford, Berghahn
pp. xi + 366, illus., bibliography, index, 
$130.00 (hardcover), $34.95 (paper)






New books in for review for the Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

IAMHIST received a brand new copy of the following books and is looking for reviewers (Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television). If you are interested, just send a message to ciarachambers3@gmail.com . It would help if you could tell us a bit about your own research and expertise and/or why you are interested in reviewing this title.

already assigned for review 
Performance and Spanish film

DEAN ALLBRITTON, ALEJANDRO MELERO & 
TOM WHITTAKER (Eds), 2016
Manchester, Manchester University Press
pp. xiii + 274, ill., index, 
£70.00 (hardcover)



 




already assigned for review
Shakespeare's cinema of love: A study in genre 
and influence

R.S. WHITE, 2016
Manchester, Manchester University Press
pp. 247, bibliography, index, 
£70.00 (hardcover)



 



already assigned for review
Partners in suspense: 
Critical essays on Bernard Herrmann and
Alfred Hitchcock

STEVEN RAWLE & KEVIN J. DONNELLY (Eds), 2017
Manchester, Manchester University Press
pp. xiii + 222, ill., index, 
£70.00 (hardcover)



 




already assigned for review
Julien Duvivier

BEN MCCANN, 2017
Manchester, Manchester University Press
pp. xii + 254, filmography, bibliography, 
index, £70.00 (hardcover)







 

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