Feminist Media Histories Spring 2022

A special issue on Speculative Approaches to Media Histories I Feminist Media Histories, Vol. 8, No. 2, Spring 2022

A special issue on Speculative Approaches to Media Histories I

Guest edited by Allyson Nadia Field


Editor-in-Chief: Jennifer M. Bean



Editor’s Introduction: Sites of Speculative Encounter ALLYSON NADIA FIELD

Changing the Subject: Lynn Nottage’s By the Way, Meet Vera Stark and the Making of Black Women’s Film History SAMANTHA N. SHEPPARD

Narrating Looted and Living Palestinian Archives: Reparative Fabulation in Azza El-Hassan’s Kings and Extras  KAREEM ESTEFAN

The Vanishing Archive: Documentary Filmmaking, the Gaze, and the Metamorphosis of Atteyat al-Abnoudy YASMIN DESOUKI

The Film Image of Bessie Smith: St. Louis Blues (1929) in the Post- WWII Era and its Speculative Afterlives CINTA PELEJA

Restoring the Technicolor Ornament: The Yellow Woman’s Death in The Toll of the Sea (1922) PHOEBE CHEN

Lesbian Bars, Archival Media Bricolage and Research-Creation: Revisiting After Hours Chez Madame Arthur JULIANNE PIDDUCK

Queer Archival Autoethnography in Ken Gonzales-Day’s Bone-Grass Boy REN HEINTZ

Expanded Cinema, Recycled Cinema: A Ping-Pong Volley between VALIE EXPORT and Agnès Varda JEFF SCHEIBLE

 Researching as Searching: Refusing the Archival Lacunae LIZ CZACH

Towards a Methodology of Unwatched Digital Media LAUREN S. BERLINER

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