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VOLUME I MEDIA HISTORY AND THE FOUNDATIONS OF MEDIA STUDIES

Contributors to Volume I

General Editor's Acknowledgments

Media Studies: The Interdiscipline of the Present and the Future, Angharad N. Valdivia

Introduction: Mapping the Field of Media History, John Nerone

PART 1 APPROACHES

1 Left Behind: End Times for a Media History Paradigm, Carolyn Marvin

2 The Two Marxes: Bridging the Political Economy/Technology and Culture Divide, Vincent Mosco

3 The Conditions of Media's Possibility: A Foucauldian Approach to Media History, Jeremy Packer

4 Race/Ethnicity in Media History, Catherine Squires

5 Approaches to Gender and Sexuality in Media History, Gretchen Soderlund

6 The History of the Book, Ronald J. Zboray and Mary Saracino Zboray

PART 2 MOMENTS

7 Writing, John Durham Peters

8 The Enlightenment and the Bourgeois Public Sphere (Through the Eyes of a London Merchant-Writer), Juraj Kittler

9 Journalism History: North America, Richard Kaplan

10 Journalism History: Europe, Jürgen Wilke

11 Journalism History: Korea, Sae-Eun Kim

12 Journalism History: China, Shihua Chen and Qian Wang

13 Communications Networks in the United States: From Chappe to Marconi, Richard R. John

14 “Quickening Urgency”: The Telegraph and Wire Services in 1846–1893, Terhi Rantanen

15 Photography, Craig Robertson

16 Moving Images: Portable Histories of Film Exhibition, Haidee Wasson

17 Sound Histories: Communication, Technology, Media, and Fidelity, Eric W. Rothenbuhler

18 Television, Laurie Ouellette ...

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