Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

The Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television is an interdisciplinary journal concerned with the evidence produced by the mass media for historians and social scientists, and with the impact of mass communications on the political and social history of the twentieth century. The needs of those engaged in research and teaching are served by scholarly articles, book reviews and by archival reports concerned with the preservation and availability of records. The journal also reviews films, television and radio programmes of historical or educational importance. In addition, it aims to provide a survey of developments in the teaching of history and social science courses which involve the use of film and broadcast materials. It is the official journal of the International Association for Media and History (IAMHIST), and is supported by the College of Arts and Sciences, Louisiana State University.

4 issues a year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
01439685
ISSN (online): 
14653451

Latest articles

Volume 36 (2)

Drei Sensationen und zwei Katastrophen: Feuilletons zur Welt der Kinos
vol. 36 (2): 262-264
Images of blood in American cinema: The Tingler to The Wild Bunch
vol. 36 (2): 266-268
Batman
vol. 36 (2): 275-277

Volume 36 (1)

The Cold War on Film: Then and Now
vol. 36 (1): 1-4
‘A rather tedious and unfortunate affair’: the Rahi saga and the troubled origins of Indo–Soviet cinematic exchange
vol. 36 (1): 5-20
A foot in the door: the Lacy–Zarubin agreement and Soviet-American film diplomacy during the Khrushchev era, 1953–1963
vol. 36 (1): 21-39
‘No communist could dream of a more effective anti-American film’: Dr. Strangelove and its red reviewers
vol. 36 (1): 40-52
‘There is Still Time … Brother’ antipodean cinema and nuclearism in the mid-to-late Cold war
vol. 36 (1): 53-67
Red flags in Tamil cinema: agitprop and art-house during the Cold War
vol. 36 (1): 68-87
Whores and angels of our striving selves: the cold war films of John le Carré, then and now
vol. 36 (1): 88-103
Geschichte der deutschen Filmkritik
vol. 36 (1): 104-106
Myth of the Western: new perspectives on Hollywood’s Frontier Narrative
vol. 36 (1): 106-108
Networking commercial television in Australia
vol. 36 (1): 108-110
Coproducing Asia: Locating Japanese-Chinese Regional Film and Media
vol. 36 (1): 110-112
Poitier Revisited: Reconsidering a Black Icon in the Obama Age
vol. 36 (1): 112-114
Franco Sells Spain to America. Hollywood, Tourism and Public Relations as Postwar Spanish Soft Power
vol. 36 (1): 114-116
Cinematicity in Media History
vol. 36 (1): 116-118
After the Fact: The Holocaust in Twenty-First Century Documentary Film
vol. 36 (1): 118-120
When Hollywood Was Right: How Movie Stars, Studio Moguls, and Big Business Remade American Politics
vol. 36 (1): 120-122
Crack of the Bat: A History of Baseball on the Radio
vol. 36 (1): 122-124