Journal of e-Media Studies, Special Issue: 6.1 (2022)

Special Issue: Motion Picture Legacies of the USIA

The Journal of e-Media Studies is a blind peer-reviewed, on-line journal dedicated to the scholarly study of the history and theory of electronic media, especially Television and New Media.  It is an inter-disciplinary journal, with an Editorial Board that is chiefly grounded in the methodologies of the field of Film and Television Studies. We welcome submissions across the fields and methodologies that study media and media history. For other issues, submission guidelines, and more information about the Journal of e-Media Studies, go to the journal's homepage.
Volume 6, Issue 1 (2022)

About This Issue 

Issue Preface:
Re-Launch of the Journal of e-Media Studies

by Mark Williams
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Issue Introduction:
The Motion Pictures of the United States Information Agency:  Studying a Global Film and Television Operation 

by Hadi Gharabaghi and Bret Vukoder
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Designing Diplomacy: Jack Masey and Multiscreen Cinema at Expo 67

by Brian Real
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The Tentacular Reach of USIA/S in Postwar South Korea

by Sueyoung Park-Primiano
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Useful Experimental Cinema: USIA's Experimental Film Programming and the Film Culture in Taiwan, 1973-1979

by I-Lin Liu
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Media Infrastructure as Smart Power in the Case of the Educational Film, Radio, and Television Center of Turkey, 1949-1973

by Aysehan Jülide Etem
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Archive Stories: Discovering, Processing, and Navigating the Global USIA/S Motion Picture Archive 

The National Archives and Records Administration, United States 

Bringing Order to Chaos: Archival Processing and the USIA Film Collection

by Michael Taylor (NARA)
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Resurrecting USIA: A Second Act at the National Archives

by Criss Austin, Audrey Amidon, Ivy Donnell, and Heidi Holmstrom (NARA)
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A Time to Play: Giving a Three-Screen Film Its Third Act

by Audrey Amidon (NARA)
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USIA/S Material Traces in Archives around the World 

The USIS, China, and the Postwar Order: The Film Catalog as Archive Map

by Thorn Chen (Tulane University)
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On the Margins of the USIS Archive in South Asia: Histories of Media and Politics

by Layli Uddin (Queen Mary University of London) and Lotte Hoek (University of Edinburgh)
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Preserving CIE Films: The Case of Kiryū City, Gunma Prefecture (Japan)

by Ryuji Yamauchi (University of Tokyo)
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Peter Vaselopulos in Conversation with Hadi Gharabaghi and Bret Vukoder

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Nicholas J. Cull in Conversation with Hadi Gharabaghi and Bret Vukoder

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Charles (Chas) W. Freeman in Conversation with Hadi Gharabaghi and Bret Vukoder

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