Feminist Media Histories Vol. 8 No. 3, Summer 2022

Give Me A Carmen Kiss
Speculative Approaches to Media Histories II Feminist Media Histories Vol. 8 No. 3, Summer 2022

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Feminist Media Histories Summer 2022

A special issue on Speculative Approaches to Media Histories II

Guest edited by Allyson Nadia Field

Editor-in-Chief: Jennifer M. Bean

Managing Editor: Kallie Strode



Editor’s Introduction: Acts of Speculation | ALLYSON NADIA FIELD

Counterfactual Speculation: What if Antonia Dickson Had Invented the Kinetoscope | JANE M. GAINES

Paula Strasberg’s Private Moment: A Play in Five Acts | ANNIE BERKE

Wandering around the ’70s: Glimmers of a Feminist Practice | AMELIE HASTIE

Sylvia Wynter, Maskarade, and Performing the State | DANIELLE BAINBRIDGE

The File on Theresa Harris, Black Star of the Archive | CATHERINE RUSSELL

Passing for History: Ina Ray Hutton, Television, and Speculative Historiography | MARK WILLIAMS

The 1976 Sojourner Truth Festival of the Arts: A Speculative History of the First Black Women’s Film Festival | HAYLEY O’MALLEY

My Name Is Alice Guy: The “Musidora” Collective and Women’s Film History | AURORE SPIERS

The Kiss: Forgetting Film History | 2021 Society for Cinema and Media Studies Gender and Feminisms Caucus Graduate Student Writing Prize | KIKI LOVEDAY

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