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The Use and Abuse of History in Film and Video
1998 Volume I

Table of Contents

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Preface
Introduction
1. Films about the Fifties: Teenagers, Identity, Authority, and Choice
______Alan K. Frishman
Guide
2. Herstory: Women portrayed in film
______Jean Gallogly
Guide
3. Slavery of Africans in the Americas: Resistance to Enslavement
______Yolanda Jones
Guide
4. “Mr. Friday and Friends: A Prospectus of Early Pioneer Life Through Film”
______Geraldine Martin
Guide
5. A Film and Literature Study of The African - American Migration
______Felicia R. McKinnon
Guide
6. Let Justice Roll Down: The Civil Rights Movement Through Film (1954-1965)
______Joan Rapczynski
Guide
7. Heroes and Villains of the Rain Forest: Latin American History through Film
______Jeannette Rogers
Guide
8. Teaching Ethnicity and Race Through Films
______Burt Saxon
Guide
9. Discrimination and the Struggle for Equality: African Americans in Professional Baseball: A Reflection of the Civil Rights Movement
______Jean Sutherland
Guide
10. Music Through its Relationship to History with the use of Film, Video and the Specious Present
______Sloan Edward Williams III
Guide
11. Parenting in the Movies:Examining Responsibilities in Modern American Films
______Barbara W. Winters
Guide

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