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Part One: New Methods. 1. From Accented Cinema to Multiplex Cinema, Hamid Naficy. 2. Franchise Histories: Marvel, X-Men, and the Negotiated Process of Expansion, Derek Johnson. 3. When Pierre Bourdieu Meets the Political Economists: RKO and the Leftists-in-Hollywood Problematic, Chris Cagle. 4. Touch, Taste, Breath: Synaesthesia, Sense Memory, and the Selling of Cigarettes on Television, Marsha Cassidy. 5. Rewiring Media History: Intermedial Borders, Mark Williams. Part Two: New Subjects. 6. Provincial Modernity? Film Exhibition at the 1907 Jamestown Exposition, Kathryn H. Fuller-Seeley. 7. Exhibition in Mexico during the Early 1920s: Nationalist Discourse and Transnational Capital, Laura Isabel Serna. 8. The Recording Industry’s Role in Media History, Kyle S. Barnett. 9. Forging a Citizen Audience: Broadcasting from the 1920s through the 1940s, Richard Butsch. 10. Bobby Jones, Warner Bros., and the Short Instructional Film, Harper Cossar. Part Three: New Approaches. 11. Bonding with the Crowd: Silent Film Stars, Liveness, and the Public Sphere, Sue Collins. 12. The Comfort of Carnage: Neorealism and America’s World, Karl Schoonover. 13. Talk about Bad Taste: Camp, Cult, and the Reception of What’s New Pussycat? Ken Feil. 14. Selling Out, Buying In: Brakhage, Warhol, and BAVC Understanding, Dan Leopard. 15. Whatever Happened to the Movie-of-the-Week? Alisa Perren. Part IV: Research Issues. 16. Doing Soap Opera History: Challenges and Triumphs, Elana Levine. 17. Stalking the Wild Evidence: Capturing Media History through Elusive and Ephemeral Archives, Pamela Wilson. 18. Historicizing Web Design: Software, Style, and the Look of the Web, Megan Sapnar Ankerson.