Dear Women’s Film and TV History Network Members

Do check out the programme for this conference, What is Cinema History? in Glasgow in June (details below)

As well as raising questions about new digital forms of archiving, and key historiographic questions, important feminist historians are contributing to panels: including:

MICHELE LEIGH - (Re)writing women into cinema history
ALISON LOADER - Obscured and Uncovered: Women and the Camera Obscuras in Edinburgh

HILARY HALLETT on Elinor Glyn’s ‘It’: Rethinking glamour in early Hollywood
SHELLEY STAMP on female audiences of 1940s
MELANIE BELL - creating archives, creating histories: questions of evidence

Best wishes from

Christine Gledhill

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From: Maria Velez-Serna <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: 'What is Cinema History' Conference ::: Reminder
Date: 6 May 2015 01:33:20 BST
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Reply-To: Maria Velez-Serna <[log in to unmask]>

Dear colleagues,

There is just over a week left to register for ‘What is Cinema History’ – a HoMER Network conference in collaboration with the Early Cinema in Scotland Project (, which will take place in Glasgow, 22-24 June 2015. You will find the programme draft and registration link on the HoMER Network website,

An exciting addition to the programme has just been announced, as the DICIS Network ( is sponsoring a workshop on data sharing and linkage for historians, led by Dr Sharon Howard (University of Sheffield) on the Monday afternoon before the opening plenary. The workshop is free to attend but places are limited. For more information please go to

For any other queries, please email [log in to unmask] and/or [log in to unmask]

We look forward to welcoming you in Glasgow,

Best regards,

Maria Velez-Serna and Lies Van de Vijver


HoMER Network

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