|aConvergence media history /|cedited by Janet Staiger and Sabine Hake.
|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2009.
|axi, 211 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references.
|tFrom accented cinema to multiplex cinema / |r Hamid Naficy -- |tFranchise histories : Marvel, X-Men, and the negotiated process of expansion / |r Derek Johnson -- |t When Pierre Bourdieu meets the political economists : RKO and the Leftists-in-Hollywood problematic / |r Chris Cagle -- |t Touch, taste, breath : synaesthesia, sense memory, and the selling of cigarettes on television, 1948-1971 / |r Marsha F. Cassidy -- |t Rewiring media history : intermedial borders / |r Mark Williams -- |t Provincial modernity Film exhibition at the 1907 Jamestown Exposition / |r Kathryn H. Fuller-Seeley -- |t Exhibition in Mexico during the early 1920s : nationalist discourse and transnational capital / |r Laura Isabel Serna -- |t The recording industry's role in media history / |r Kyle S. Barnett -- |t Forging a citizen audience : broadcasting from the 1920s through the 1940s / |r Richard Butsch -- |t Bobby Jones, Warner Bros., and the short instructional film / |r Harper Cossar -- |t Bonding with the crowd : silent film stars, liveness, and the public sphere / |r Sue Collins -- |t The comfort of carnage : neorealism and America's world understanding / |r Karl Schoonover -- |t "Talk about bad taste" : camp, cult, and the reception of What's New Pussycat / |r Ken Feil -- |t Selling out, buying in : Brakhage, Warhol, and BAVC / |r Dan Leopard -- |t Whatever happened to the movie-of-the-week (the shocking true story of how made-for-TV movies disappeared from the broadcast networks) / |r Alisa Perren -- |t Doing soap opera history : challenges and triumphs / |r Elana Levine -- |t Stalking the wild evidence : capturing media history through elusive and ephemeral archives / |r Pamela Wilson -- |t Historicizing web design : software, style, and the look of the web / |r Megan Sapnar Ankerson.