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ADAPTATION

Vols. 1-4. Oxford, 2008-2011. $ 590

  • Per volume $ 165

- ADAPTATION offers academic articles, film and book reviews, including both book to screen adaptation, screen to book adaptation, popular and 'classic' adaptations, theatre and novel screen adaptations, television, animation, soundtracks, production issues and genres in literature on screen.

ADVANCED LABANOTATION
Vol. 1. London, 1991. 
Complete set $ 80.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF DANCE THERAPY

Vols. 1-34. New York, 1977-2012. Reprint. $ 5,000

  • Per volume $ 165

- AMERICAN JOURNAL OF DANCE THERAPY covers clinical use of dance therapy, theoretical considerations which provide a framework for dance therapy intervention, and research in dance therapy.

AMERICAN THEATRE
Vols. 12-24. New York, 1994-2007. Mostly bound 
Complete set $ 550.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

ANIMATION

Vols. 1-6. London, 2006-2011. $ 1,200

  • Per volume $ 225

- ANIMATION addresses all animation made using known and yet to be developed techniques, from sixteenth century optical devices to contemporary digital media, revealing its implications on other forms of time-based media expression.

ANIMATION PRACTICE, PROCESS AND PRODUCTION

Vol. 1. Bristol, 2011. $ 130

- ANIMATION PRACTICE, PROCESS AND PRODUCTION is a journal presenting, analysing and advancing how animation is created and shown.From Pixar to Parn, Aardman to X-Men, Motion Capture to Mobile Phone, GUI to Gallery, all forms of animation will be revealed and assessed. All topics engaged with the practice, process and production of animation, from a range of perspectives, will be considered.

ARTS EDUCATION POLICY REVIEW
Helen Dwight Reid Educational Foundation.

Vols. 36-112. Washington, D.C, 1934/35-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4,300

  • Per volume $ 70

- Formerly published as DESIGN FOR ARTS IN EDUCATION.

- ARTS EDUCATION POLICY REVIEW discusses major policy issues concerning K-12 education in the various arts in the United States and the rest of the world. Addressing education in music, visual arts, theatre, and dance, the journal presents a variety of views and emphasizes analytical exploration.

BANKSIDE SHAKESPEARE
Edited by James Appleton Morgan
22 volumes. New York, 1888-1894. Reprint. 1969. Bound 
Complete set $ 1,250.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

- The comedies, histories and tragedies... as presented at the
Globe and Blackfriars theatres, circa 1591-1623; being the text
furnished the players, in parallel pages with the first revised
folio text, with critical introductions.

BIOSCOPE: SOUTH ASIAN SCREEN STUDIES

Vols. 1-2. London, 2010-2011. Partly reprint. $ 270

  • Per volume $ 150

- An early and popular form of film projector, "bioscope", was widely used to refer to the cinema in twentieth century South Asia. By focusing on the word's component parts, the journal BIOSCOPE highlights the expanding spectrum of forms involved in thinking about the relationship of life to visual and sound technologies.

BLACK CAMERA: AN INTERNATIONAL FILM JOURNAL

Vols. 1-4. Bloomington, 2009-2012. $ 310

  • Per volume $ 85

- BLACK CAMERA provides insightful information about African-Americans in film.

BRITISH THEATRE. EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH DRAMA.
Specimens of English Eighteenth and Early
Nineteenth Century Drama
20 volumes. Munich, 1969. Reprint. Bound 
Complete set $ 1,950.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

BROWN UNIVERSITY. LIBRARY. DICTIONARY CATALOG OF THE HARRIS COLLECTION OF AMERICAN POETRY AND PLAYS
13 volumes. Boston (G.K. Hall), 1972. Bound 
Complete set $ 975.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

CAMBRIDGE QUARTERLY

Vols. 1-40. Oxford, 1965/66-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3,700

  • Per volume $ 110

- CAMBRIDGE QUARTERLY focuses primarily on literary criticism, but also covers art, music, and film, and the relationship between literature and related disciplines (Katz).

CAMERA OBSCURA
A journal of feminism and film theory

Nums. 1-78. Durham, 1976-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2,800

  • Per number $ 45

- The best feminist scholarship on film is found in the pages of this academic journal. Issues feature essay-length theoretical and historical articles on the depiction of women in film, key female film professionals, and various women's issues and their relation to cinema. While this title has experienced occasional delays in publication, librarians and researchers will find that CAMERA OBSCURA is worth waiting for. Each issue comes in at well over 200 pages, and the editors often include extensive bibliographies of feminist literature on film (Katz).

Sole agent for Japan: Yushodo Co. Ltd., Tokyo

CAMERA WORK
A Photographic Quarterly
Vols. 1-50 (all publ.). 1903-1917. With 2 special numbers and 1 supplement. Reprint. 
Complete set $ 1,650.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

- CAMERA WORK was probably the most vital force in the struggle to establish photography as a bona fide art form. While concentrating on the work of the "photo-secession" (Clarence H. White, Edward Steichen, Paul Strand, Alvin Langdon Coburn and others), the magazine also included pictorial contributions by Picasso, Matisse, De Zayas, Rodin, and other great avant-garde artists. Literary figures such as George Bernard Shaw, Gertrude Stein, H.G. Wells, Mina Loy and Alfred Kreymborg also contributed.


CATALAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION AND CULTURAL STUDIES


Vols. 1-3. Bristol, 2009-2011. $ 350

  • Per volume $ 130
- CATALAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION AND CULTURAL STUDIES is committed to publishing research and theoretical articles in the fields of media studies, popular culture and cinema, public relations and advertising studies, social communication, new media, language uses in the media, communication and cultural policies, social and national identities, gender studies, sports and leisure, tourism and heritage, among other related issues.

CHINOPERL: JOURNAL OF CHINESE ORAL AND PERFORMING LITERATURE

Vols. 5-31. Ann Arbor, 1975-2012. $ 1,500

  • Per volume $ 85

- Devoted to the research, analysis and interpretation of oral and performing traditions, broadly defined, and their relationship to China's culture and society

CHOREOGRAPHIC PRACTICES


Vols. 1-2. Bristol, 2010-2011. $ 230

  • Per volume $ 130
- CHOREOGRAPHIC PRACTICES operates from the principle that dance embodies ideas and can be productively enlivened when considered as a mode of critical and creative discourse. The journal provides a platform for sharing choreographic practices, critical inquiry and debate.

CHOREOGRAPHY AND DANCE
An International Journal

Vols. 1-6. All publ. Lausanne, 1988/92-2001. Mostly reprint Mostly Bou. $ 650

  • Per volume $ 120

- CHOREOGRAPHY AND DANCE has become the main source of material for students of choreography. Features compare and contrast dance forms worldwide, deal with major figures in dance, experimental and international trends, and historical, social, and folk traditions and their influence on dance in performance (Katz).

CINEASTE
Vols. 18-31. New York, 1990/91-2005/06. 
Complete set $ 700.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

CINEMA JOURNAL
Vols. 1-47. Austin, 1961-2007/08. Mostly reprint. 
Complete set $ 3,400.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

- CINEMA JOURNAL provides a forum for the study and discussion of art cinema and selective mainstream film.

CLOSE UP
A magazine devoted to the arts of films
Vols. 1-10 (all publ.). Genova, London, 1927-1933. Reprint. Bound 
Complete set $ 570.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

- Edited by Kenneth Macpherson, CLOSE UP was the voice of serious and advanced thinkers on the subject of film. It contained many articles on cinematic technique by such early masters as Eisenstein and Pudovkin. Also included are essays on the influence of the cinema upon literary style and other contributions, such as poetry by H.D., Marianne Moore and prose by Gertrude Stein.

CONTEMPORARY THEATRE REVIEW
An International Journal

Vols. 1-21. Lausanne, 1992/94-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3,900

  • Vols. 1-4. 1992/94-1995 Per volume $ 120
  • Vols. 5-21. 1996-2011 Per volume $ 225

- CONTEMPORARY THEATRE REVIEW covers research in the field of performance, including all aspects of the theatre event.

CONTINUUM (MELBOURNE)
Journal of media and cultural studies

Vols. 1-25. Abingdon, 1989-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4,100

  • Per volume $ 180

- CONTINUUM provides a space for important new voices in media and cultural studies, while also featuring the work of internationally renowned scholars.

CRITICAL STUDIES IN TELEVISION
The International Journal of Televison Studies

Vols. 1-6. Manchester, 2006-2011. Mostly Reprint. $ 810

  • Per volume $ 150
- CRITICAL STUDIES IN TELEVISION publishes articles that draw together divergent disciplines and different ways of thinking, to promote and advance television as a distinct academic discipline. It publishes any aspect of television-production studies and institutional histories, audience and reception studies, theoretical approaches, conceptual paradigms and pedagogical questions.

CULTURE, THEORY AND CRITIQUE

Vols. 1-52. Abingdon, 1957-2011. $ 3,200

  • Vols. 1-42. 1957-1999 Per volume $ 60
  • Vols. 43-52. 2002-2011 Per volume $ 120

- Formerly published as RENAISSANCE AND MODERN STUDIES

- CULTURE, THEORY AND CRITIQUE aims to critique and reconstruct theories by interfacing them with one another and by relocating them in new sites and conjunctures.

DANCE CHRONICLE
Studies in Dance and the Related Arts

Vols. 1-34. Philadelphia, 1977-2011. Partly reprint. $ 5,000

  • Per volume $ 165

- DANCE CHRONICLE covers dance and music, theater, film, literature, painting and aesthetics.

DANCE MAGAZINE
Vols. 70-81. Oakland, 1995-2007. 
Complete set $ 500.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

DANCE RESEARCH JOURNAL

Vols. 7-44. Urbana, 1975-2012. Partly reprint. $ 3,400

  • Per volume $ 100

- DANCE RESEARCH JOURNAL icludes a newsletter with activities, inquiries, and articles on dance and related areas as well as a journal of recent doctorial dissertations and general information related to dance.

DECISION: REVIEW OF FREE CULTURE
Vols. 1-3 and gen. index 1-3. (All publ.). New York, 1941-1942. Reprint. 
Complete set $ 220.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

- Klaus Mann established DECISION in early 1941, and it became a platform from which outstanding literary artists, some refugees from Nazi Germany, could voice opposition to that tyranny. Each issue contains reviews of art, music, literature, drama, dance, radio, and movies.

Sole agent for Japan: Yushodo Co. Ltd., Tokyo

DRAMA SURVEY
Vols. 1-7 no. 2. Minneapolis, 1961/62-1968/69. Lacks vol. 1 no. 1. 
Complete set $ 225.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

DRAMATHERAPY
British Association of Dramatherapists

Vols. 22-33. Abingdon, 2000-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 1,900

  • Per volume $ 180

- DRAMATHERAPY covers all aspects of theory, practice and research in its field. It aims to promote, develop and examine the diversity of Dramatherapy and to dialogue with related disciplines in the fields of creative arts therapies, theatre, psychotherapy, performance, movement, and story work.

DUBLIN MAGAZINE
O.S.: Vols. 1-3 (all publ.). 1923/24-1925. N.S.: Vols. 1-33. Dublin, 1926-1958. Reprint. Bound 
Complete set $ 2,000.-
Old series: Vols. 1-3. 1923/24-1925. Per volume $ 100.-
New Series: Vols. 1-33. 1926-1958. Per volume $ 60.-

- A review of both original and critical writing... important for its interest and preoccupation with Irish letters and, more particularly, with the Irish theater. Its long life and its position as spokesman for Irish literature give DUBLIN MAGAZINE the status of an almost 'official organ' for the thought and writing of its country, while its long critical essays and its many bibliographical summaries of Irish writing make it an important source for the study of Irish literature. But there is also more than an adequate collection of original writings in its pages. Critical essays include a series by A.J. Leventhal on modern literature and thought, and others on various subjects by Herbert E. Palmer, Louis Golding, William Butler Yeats, Sean O'Faolain and J.M. Hone (Hoffman).

EMPIRICAL RESEARCH IN THEATRE ANNUAL
Vols. 1-5 (all publ.). Bowling Green, 1971-1975. 
Complete set $ 200.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

ENGLISH MASQUES
Edited by Herbert Arthur Evans.
London, Blackie and Son, 1897. 245 pages. Bound 
Complete set € 50,-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

ENTERTAINMENT LAW

Vols. 1-2. All publ. Essex, 2002-2003. $ 300

  • Per volume $ 165

- ENTERTAINMENT LAW covers all aspects of entertainment including music, sports, film and the media.

EUGENE O'NEILL REVIEW

Vols. 1-33. 1977/78-2012. Mostly reprint. $ 3.000

  • Per volume $ 100

- Formerly published as EUGENE O'NEILL NEWSLETTER

- EUGENE O'NEILL REVIEW contains essays on the life and works of Eugene O'Neill, reviews of his plays, news, letters and comments.

EUROPA ALMANACH
Malerei, Literatur, Musik, Architektur, Plastik, Buehne, Film, Mode. Ed. by C. Einstein and P. Westhiem.
1 volume (all publ.). Potsdam, 1925. Reprint. Bound 
$ 130.-

Sole agent for Japan: Yushodo Co. Ltd., Tokyo

FILM COMMENT
Vols. 18-44. New York, 1982-2008. Partly bound 
Complete set $ 1,300.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

FILM INTERNATIONAL


Vols. 1-9. Bristol, 2003-2011. $ 1,100

  • Per volume $ 130
- FILM INTERNATIONAL covers film culture as part of the broader culture, history and economy of society. It handles topics of contemporary relevance from historically informed perspectives. It aims to bridge the gap between the academy and the outside world, and encourage the participation of scholars from a variety of disciplines.

FILM MATTERS

Vols. 1-2. Bristol, 2010-2011. $ 230

  • Per volume $ 130
- FILM MATTERS celebrates the work of undergraduate film scholars. It is published four times a year, by students and for students, and each issue contains feature articles, as well as a healthy reviews section.

FILM QUARTERLY
Vols. 1-63. Berkeley, 1945/46-2009/10. Partly reprint. 
Complete set $ 4,500.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

- Formerly published as HOLLYWOOD QUARTERLY

- FILM QUARTERLY contains articles and interviews focusing on experimental, documentary, and special-interest films.

FILM STUDIES



Nums. 1-11. Manchester, 1999-2007. Mostly Reprint. $ 890

  • Per number $ 90
- FILM STUDIES is a refereed journal that approaches cinema and the moving image from within the fields of critical, conceptual and historical scholarship.

GAMBIT INTERNATIONAL
A quarterly theatre review
Nos. 1-11. London, 1963-1968. Reprint. Bound 
Complete set $ 180.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

HISTORICAL JOURNAL OF FILM, RADIO AND TELEVISION

Vols. 1-31. Abingdon, 1981-2011. Partly reprint. $ 5,800

  • Vols. 1-12. 1981-1992 Per volume $ 180
  • Vols. 13-31. 1993-2011 Per volume $ 225

- HISTORICAL JOURNAL OF FILM, RADIO AND TELEVISION is another well-respected scholarly journal covering film history. This provides a forum for original research with an emphasis on how film and other media have influenced political and social history in this century. It includes book reviews (Katz).

HORROR STUDIES

Vols. 1-2. Bristol, 2010-2011. $ 230

  • Per volume $ 130
- HORROR STUDIES intends to serve the international academic community in the humanities and specifically those scholars interested in horror. Exclusively examining horror, this journal provides interested professionals with an opportunity to read outstanding scholarship from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including work conceived as interdisciplinary.

HUTH LIBRARY
Edited by A. B. Grosart
29 volumes. London, 1881-1886. Bound 
Complete set $ 2,950.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

- A complete set of the scarce works of early English dramatists,
consisting of the life and works of R. Greene (15 volumes), the
complete works of T. Nashe (6 volumes), the non dramatic works
of T. Dekker (5 volumes) and the works of G. Harvey, D.C.L.
(3 volumes). Printed for private circulation only. (50 copies).

IMPULSE. THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DANCE SCIENCE
International Association for the Philosophy of Sport/Human Kinetics

Vols. 1-4. All publ. Champaign, 1993-1996. $ 360

  • Per volume $ 100

- IMPULSE contains articles on all aspects of dance science, medicine and education.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PERFORMANCE ARTS AND DIGITAL MEDIA

Vols. 1-7. Bristol, Abingdon, 2005-2011. Mostly Reprint. $ 950

  • Per volume $ 150
- The INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PERFORMANCE ARTS AND DIGITAL MEDIA acts as a forum for critical scholarship, innovative practice, and creative pedagogy, addressing themes that may be domain-specific (e.g. theatre, dance, music, live art, computer science) or situated at the convergence of two or more disciplines.
The journal invites original, significant, and rigorous inquiry into all subjects within or across disciplines related to performance and digital media.

JOURNAL OF ADAPTATION IN FILM AND PERFORMANCE

Vols. 1-4. Bristol, 2008-2011. $ 470

  • Per volume $ 130
- The JOURNAL OF ADAPTION IN FILM AND PERFORMANCE focuses on the conversion of oral, historical or fictional narratives into stage drama which has been common practice for centuries. In our own time the processes of cross-generic transformation continue to be extremely important in theatre as well as in the film and other media industries. Adaptation and the related areas of translation and intertextuality continue to have a central place in our culture with a profound resonance across our civilisation.

JOURNAL OF AESTHETICS AND ART CRITICISM

Vols. 1-70. Madison; Malden, 1941/42-2012. Partly reprint. $ 4,800

  • Per volume $ 80

- JOURNAL OF AESTHETICS AND ART CRITICISM takes an interdisciplinary approach to exploring aesthetics, as related to visual arts, literature, music, and theater.

JOURNAL OF AFRICAN CINEMAS

Vols. 1-3. Bristol, 2009-2011. $ 350

  • Per volume $ 130
- The JOURNAL OF AFRICAN CINEMAS will explore the interactions of visual and verbal narratives in African film. It recognizes the shifting paradigms that have defined and continue to define African cinemas. Identity and perception are interrogated in relation to their positions within diverse African film languages.

JOURNAL OF APPLIED COMMUNICATION RESEARCH

Vols. 1-39. Philadelphia, 1973-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3,900

  • Per volume $ 110

- JOURNAL OF APPLIED COMMUNICATION RESEARCH publishes articles that "address relationships between practice and theories of communication, rhetoric, criticism, and/or performance." Articles can be any of the following: original research applied to practical situations/problems application articles that offer ways of improving or expanding upon a particular communication setting through specific research or theory or commentaries on applied communication issues (Katz).

JOURNAL OF BROADCASTING AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA

Vols. 1-55. Washington, D.C, 1956/57-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3,500

  • Per volume $ 75

- Formerly published as JOURNAL OF BROADCASTING.

- JOURNAL OF BROADCASTING AND ELECTRONIC MEDIA is scholarly journal of communication and electronic media research, including media uses, effect, regulation, history, organization, advertising, technology, news, and entertainment.

JOURNAL OF DANCE AND SOMATIC PRACTICES


Vols. 1-3. Bristol, 2009-2011. $ 350

  • Per volume $ 130
- The JOURNAL OF DANCE AND SOMATIC PRACTICES focuses on the relationship between dance and somatic practices, and the influence of this body of practice on the wider performing arts. It provides a space for practitioners and theorists to debate the work, to consider the impact and influence of the work on performance, the interventions that somatic practices can have on other disciplines and the implications for research and teaching.

JOURNAL OF DANCE EDUCATION

Vols. 1-11. Philadelphia, 2001-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 1,600

  • Per volume $ 165

- The JOURNAL OF DANCE EDUCATION publishes original articles on topics and issues related to the practical and theoretical aspects of dance education and training. Special features have covered multiple intelligences, dance in private studios, technology, gender in dance, and more.

JOURNAL OF FILM AND VIDEO
Vols. 52-61. Champaign, 2000-2009. 
Complete set $ 650.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

- Formerly published as UNIVERSITY FILM AND VIDEO

JOURNAL OF JAPANESE AND KOREAN CINEMA

Vols. 1-3. Bristol, 2009-2011. $ 350

  • Per volume $ 130
- The JOURNAL OF JAPANESE AND KOREAN CINEMA is a fully refereed forum for the dissemination of scholarly work devoted to the increasingly transnational cinemas of Japan and Korea and the interactions and relations between them.

JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN STUDIES

Vols. 1-41. Durham, 1971-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3,500

  • Per volume $ 100

- Formerly published as JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE STUDIES

- JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN STUDIES is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to publishing lengthy scholarly articles on all aspects related to the late Medieval and Renaissance periods. Focus is on Europe (Katz). Its topics include art, literature, theater, music, philosophy, theology, and history.

JOURNAL OF POPULAR CULTURE

Vols. 1-45. Bowling Green, 1967/68-2012. Partly reprint. $ 2,700

  • Per volume $ 70

- JOURNAL OF POPULAR CULTURE contains articles on myriad topics from NCAA basketball to country music to popular TV shows to shopping mall social worlds.

JOURNAL OF POPULAR FILM AND TELEVISION

Vols. 1-39. Washington, D.C, 1972-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 3,900

  • Per volume $ 110

- Formerly published as JOURNAL OF POPULAR FILM

- Popular film has such a pervasive influence in society that scholars can't afford to ignore it. The JOURNAL OF POPULAR FILM AND TELEVISION has directed critical attention to U.S. popular movies since 1972, employing a variety of sociocultural perspectives. Researchers will find thoughtful and penetrating articles on popular film audiences, Hollywood, stars, and directors. There is also a useful book review section on recent contributions to this literature (Katz).

JOURNAL OF SCANDINAVIAN CINEMA

Vol. 1. Bristol, 2011. $ 130

- The JOURNAL OF SCANDINAVIAN CINEMA is a scholarly journal devoted to excellent research and stimulating discussion focusing on the cinemas of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, both within their national and Nordic contexts, and as transnational cinemas in a globalized world.

JOURNAL OF SCREENWRITING

Vols. 1-2. Bristol, 2010-2011. $ 230

  • Per volume $ 130
- The JOURNAL OF SCREENWRITING aims to explore the nature of writing for the moving image in the broadest sense, highlighting current academic thinking around scriptwriting whilst also reflecting on this with a truly international perspective and outlook.

JOURNAL OF SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS

Vols. 1-63. 1989-2012. Reprint. $ 9,600

  • Per volume $ 180

- Formerly published as JOURNAL OF VLSI SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS

- JOURNAL OF SIGNAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS publishes research and survey papers on the design and implementation of signal processing systems with VLSI circuits.

JOURNAL OF VISUAL ART PRACTICE

Vols. 1-10. Bristol, 2001/02-2011. $ 1,200

  • Per volume $ 130
- JOURNAL OF VISUAL ART PRACTICE is published in partnership with the National Association for Fine Art Education. The domain of visual art hosts a multitude of artistic forms and practices. The Journal of Visual Art Practice supports research across the entire range of this varied field.

JOURNAL OF VISUAL CULTURE

Vols. 1-10. London, 2002-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2,000

  • Per volume $ 225

- JOURNAL OF VISUAL CULTURE aims to bring together work from a range of methodological positions on various historical moments and across diverse geographical locations. The journal will promote research, scholarship, and critical engagement with visual cultures.

JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION EDUCATOR

Vols. 26-67. Columbia, 1971/72-2012. $ 4,300

  • Per volume $ 120

- Journalism & Mass Communication Educator addresses itself to the professional needs of the journalism and mass communication educator and administrator on both secondary and collegiate levels. Articles on teaching techniques, new courses and technology help promote excellence in the classroom. Statistical information on student enrollments and career interests, trends in curriculum design, surveys and opinion polls are featured.

JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION QUARTERLY

Vols. 1-89. Columbia, 1924-2012. $ 5,300

  • Per volume $ 75

- JOURNALISM AND MASS COMMUNICATION QUARTERLY focuses on research in journalism and mass communication. The journal features reports of original investigation, presenting the latest developments in theory and methodology of communication, international communication, journalism history, and social and legal problems.

KURT WEILL NEWSLETTER
Vols. 2-24. New York, 1984-2006. 
Complete set $ 1,050.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

LATIN AMERICAN THEATRE REVIEW
Vols. 1-34. Lawrence, 1967/68-2000/01. 
Complete set $ 1,200.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

LITERATURE - FILM QUARTERLY
Vols. 1-36. Salisbury, 1973-2008. 
Complete set $ 2,450.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

LONDON MAGAZINE
A Monthly Review of Literature.
O.S.: Vols. 1-8 no. 3 (all publ.). 1954-1961. N.S.: Vols. 1-9. London, 1961-1970. Mostly reprint 
Complete set $ 1,500.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

- Conceived as a successor to PENGUIN NEW WRITING, this was the most substantial literary periodical in England throughout the 1950s. It also contained regular sections on art, drama, and cinema criticism.

Sole agent for Japan: Yushodo Co. Ltd., Tokyo

MASK
A journal of the art of the theatre.
Vols. 1-15 (all publ.). Florence, Italy, 1908-1929. Reprint Bound 
Complete set $ 650.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

MIME, MASK AND MARIONETTE
Quarterly journal of the performing arts
Vols. 1-2 (all publ.). New York, 1978-1979/80. 
Complete set $ 150.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

NEW CINEMAS: JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY FILM

Vols. 1-9. Bristol, 2002/03-2011/12. $ 1,100

  • Per volume $ 130
- NEW CINEMAS: JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY FILM aims to provide a platform for the study of new forms of cinematic practice and fresh approaches to cinemas hitherto neglected in western scholarship. It particularly welcomes scholarship that does not take existing paradigms and theoretical conceptualisations as given.

NEW REVIEW OF FILM AND TELEVISION STUDIES

Vols. 1-9. Abingdon, 2003-2011. $ 1,300

  • Vols. 1-3. 2003-2005 Per volume $ 110
  • Vols. 4-9. 2006-2011 Per volume $ 180

- NEW REVIEW OF FILM AND TELEVISION STUDIES publishes research dedicated to clearly formulated, reliable methods of analysis, well posed questions examining resolvable problems, and focused deliberation on those problems.

NEW THEATRE MAGAZINE
Vols. 1-5. 1959/60-1964. Bound 
Complete set $ 150.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

NINETEENTH CENTURY THEATRE AND FILM

Vols. 29-38. Manchester, 2002-2011. Mostly Reprint. $ 900

  • Per volume $ 100
- NINETEENTH CENTURY THEATRE AND FILM regularly publishes essays, documents, bibliographies and filmographies, book reviews, and review essays from all countries and regions dealing with the various arts of performance which emerged over the long period from the Age of Revolution to the advent of sound motion pictures, including "pre-cinema" optical and narrative forms, "silent" motion pictures, and illusions.

NORTHERN LIGHTS: FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES YEARBOOK

Vols. 5-9. Bristol, 2007-2011. $ 590

  • Per volume $ 130
- NORTHERN LIGHTS: FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES YEARBOOK places particular emphasis on film, television and new media. The yearbook, although carrying a theme each issue, welcomes a broad range of articles along with shorter review pieces. Its publication is supported by NOS-HS, The Nordic Board for Periodicals in the Humanities and Social Sciences.

OPERA QUARTERLY

Vols. 1-27. Oxford, 1983-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 4,000

  • Per volume $ 165

- OPERA QUARTERLY publishes articles on all aspects of opera, including history, composition, singing, conducting, staging, lighting, producing and directing.

PAJ: JOURNAL OF PERFORMANCE AND ART
Vols. 5-32. Cambridge, 1980/81-2010. 
Complete set $ 3,250.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

- Formerly published as PERFORMING ARTS JOURNAL

PERFORMING ARTS INTERNATIONAL
An international journal
Vol. 1. Lausanne, 1996/99. 
Complete set $ 150.-

PERFORMING ETHOS:INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ETHICS IN THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE

Vols. 1-2. Bristol, 2010-2011. $ 230

  • Per volume $ 130
- PERFORMING ETHOS: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ETHICS IN THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE is a refereed, interdisciplinary journal which considers ethical questions relating to contemporary theatre and live performance. Global in scope, it provides a unique forum for rigorous scholarship and serious reflection on the ethical dimensions of a wide range of performance practices from the politically and aesthetically radical to the mainstream.

PLAYS
Vols. 1-61. Boston, 1941/42-2001/02. Partly bound 
Complete set $ 2,150.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

POPULAR COMMUNICATION

Vols. 1-9. Philadelphia, 2003-2011. $ 1,500

  • Per volume $ 180

- POPULAR COMMUNICATION provides a forum for the scholarly investigation, analysis, and dialogue on communication symbols, forms, phenomena, and strategic systems of symbols within the context of contemporary popular culture. It publishes articles on all aspects of popular communication texts, artifacts, audiences, events, and practices, including the Internet, youth culture, representation, fandom, film, sports, spectacles, the digital revolution, sexuality, advertising/consumer culture, television, radio, music, magazines, and dance.

PROJECTIONS
The journal of movies and mind

Vols. 1-5. New York, 2007-2011. $ 740

  • Per volume $ 165

- PROJECTIONS explores the ways in which recent advancements in fields such as psychoanalysis, cognitive psychology, neuroscience, genetics and evolution help to increase our understanding of film, and how film itself facilitates investigations into the nature and function of the mind.

PROSPECTS: AN ANNUAL OF AMERICAN CULTURAL STUDIES

Vols. 1-30. All publ. Cambridge, 1975-2005. Partly reprint. $ 3,000

  • Per volume $ 110

- The annual essay volume PROSPECTS combines research and critical works from many disciplines to explore aspects of American civilization and the American character. Each volume includes some 15 to 20 lengthy essays, many on literary works, or writers including Hawthorne, Hemingway, Robert Lowell, Zora Neale Hurston, and Tom Wolfe. Articles on art, music, and photography are included on topics ranging from emigrant women in Western art to vaudeville to supermarket tabloids (Katz).

QUARTERLY REVIEW OF FILM AND VIDEO

Vols. 1-28. Philadelphia, 1976-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 4,500

  • Per volume $ 180

- Formerly published as QUARTERLY REVIEW OF FILM STUDIES

- Comprehensive academic library collections will find scholarship of a consistently high caliber in the refereed title QUARTERLY REVIEW OF FILM AND VIDEO. Essay-length articles examine film and video from various historical and theoretical viewpoints, and the body of contributors is drawn from around the globe. The book review section offers extensive coverage of North American and European monographs in film theory (Katz).

RESEARCH IN DANCE EDUCATION

Vols. 1-12. Abingdon, 2000-2011. $ 1,500

  • Vols. 1-8. 2000-2007 Per volume $ 120
  • Vols. 9-12. 2008-2011 Per volume $ 180

- RESEARCH IN DANCE EDUCATION aims to inform, stimulate and promote the development of research in dance education and is relevant to both learners and teachers.

RESEARCH IN DRAMA EDUCATION

Vols. 1-16. Abingdon, 1996-2011. $ 2,600

  • Vols. 1-9. 1996-2004 Per volume $ 150
  • Vols. 10-16. 2005-2011 Per volume $ 225

- This fascinating journal is the first significant scholarly publication devoted entirely to the various uses of drama and theater in education, youth and children's theaters, drama education and research in community theater. Each issue of RESEARCH IN DRAMA EDUCATION contains six to ten articles. Recent titles include "Teaching Drama in Malaysia," "Critical Thinking and Drama Education," and "Pathologies of Hope in Drama and Theater" (Katz).

RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN RENAISSANCE DRAMA
Vols. 1-39. New York, 1955-2000. Lacks vols. 7-8. 
Complete set $ 780.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

SCIENCE BOOKS AND FILMS
Vols. 3-44. Washington, D.C., 1967-2008. Mostly bound 
Complete set $ 1,500.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

SCIENTIFIC AND APPLIED PHOTOGRAPHY

Vols. 28-43. Last publ. Lausanne, 1984/87-2001. Partly reprint. Partly bound. $ 3,200

  • Per volume $ 225

- SCIENTIFIC AND APPLIED PHOTOGRAPHY aims to present in translation "the latest research, technical developments and applications to emerge from the Soviet Union." It carries both full-length articles and brief communications of scientific/technical interest in such areas as the chemistry of films, silver and nonsilver processes (the bulk of the issues examined), development processes, optics, emulsions, manufacturing technology and new photographic materials (Katz).

SCREEN

Vols. 31-52. Oxford, 1990-2011. $ 2,800

  • Per volume $ 140

- SCREEN provides a forum for the development of film and TV studies and cultural theory.

SHORT FILM STUDIES

Vol. 1. Bristol, 2011. $ 130

- SHORT FILM STUDIES is a peer-reviewed journal designed to stimulate ongoing research on individual short films as a basis for a better understanding of the art form as a whole.

SOUTH AFRICAN THEATRE JOURNAL

Vols. 1-25. Abingdon, 1987-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 3,700

  • Per volume $ 165

- SOUTH AFRICAN THEATRE JOURNAL features peer-reviewed articles on the history, theory and practice of the performing arts, as well as the methodology of theatre research and performance studies.

STAGE
Vol. 1 nos. 1-4 (all publ.). New York, 1940-1941. Bound 
Complete set $ 120.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

STUDIES IN COMICS

Vols. 1-2. Bristol, 2010-2011. $ 230

  • Per volume $ 130
- STUDIES IN COMICS aims to describe the nature of comics, to identify the medium as a distinct art form, and to address the medium's formal properties. The emerging field of comics studies is a model for interdisciplinary research. Its specific goal, however, is to expand the relationship between comics and theory and to articulate a 'theory of comics'.

STUDIES IN MUSICAL THEATRE

Vols. 1-5. Bristol, 2007-2011. $ 590

  • Per volume $ 130
- STUDIES IN MUSICAL THEATRE is a refereed journal which considers areas of live performance that use vocal and instrumental music in conjunction with theatrical performance as a principal part of their expressive language.

STUDIES IN SOUTH ASIAN FILM AND MEDIA

Vols. 1-3. Bristol, 2009-2011. $ 350

  • Per volume $ 130
- STUDIES IN SOUTH ASIAN FILM AND MEDIA (SAFM) is committed to looking at the media and cinemas of the Indian subcontinent in their social, political, economic, historical, and increasingly globalized and diasporic contexts. The journal will evaluate these topics in relation to class, caste, gender, race, sexuality, and ideology.

STUDIES IN SPANISH AND LATIN AMERICAN CINEMAS
Formerly: STUDIES IN HISPANIC CINEMAS

Vols. 1-8. Bristol, 2004-2011. $ 940

  • Per volume $ 130
- STUDIES IN SPANISH AND LATIN AMERICAN CINEMAS is dedicated to the study of Spanish-speaking and Latin American cinemas. Coverage includes the cinemas of Spain and Spanish-speaking South, Central and North America, including the Caribbean, and Brazil. The journal is written in English to maximize the opportunities for contact between academic disciplines.

STUDIES IN THE HUMANITIES (INDIANA UNIVERSITY)
Vols. 1-26. Indiana, PA, 1969/70-1999. 
Complete set $ 600.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

TECHNOETIC ARTS

Vols. 1-9. Bristol, 2003-2011. $ 1,100

  • Per volume $ 130
- TECHNOETIC ARTS focuses upon the juncture between art, technology and the mind. Divisions between academic areas of study, once rigidly fixed, are gradually dissolving due to developments in science and cultural practice. This fusion has had a dramatic effect upon the scope of various disciplines. In particular, the profile of art has radically evolved in our present technological culture.

THE SOUNDTRACK

Vols. 1-4. Bristol, 2008-2011. $ 470

  • Per volume $ 130
- THE SOUNDTRACK is a multi-disciplinary journal which brings together research in the area of music and sound in relation to film and other moving image media. A complex cultural, technological, industrial and artistic phenomenon, sound-with-moving image is a rich area for analysis, investigation and speculation.

THEATER
Yale School of Drama; Yale Repertory Theater

Vols. 1-41. Durham, 1968-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2,800

  • Per volume $ 80

- Vols. 1-8 (1968-1976/77) published as YALE - THEATRE

- THEATER is the publication of the venerable, sometimes controversial, but always interesting Yale School of Drama. Theater's articles very much reflect the social politics of contemporary theater thinkers, artistic directors, and writers. The political perspective is both fascinating and controversial. Each issue contains four to six articles, usually organized around a theme. The editors try to include at least one new "pathbreaking" new play per issue, and some issues contain several. The articles are often illustrated with what are sometimes breathtaking production photographs. Theater is an invaluable part of any serious academic theater journal collection (Katz).

THEATRE DOCUMENTATION
Vols. 1-4. Lawrence, 1968-1972. Bound 
Complete set $ 120.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

THEATRE HISTORY STUDIES
Vols. 1-30. Pella; Tuscaloosa, 1981-2010. 
Complete set $ 1,180.-
Per volume $ 40.-

- THEATRE HISTORY STUDIES covers research and excellence in all areas of theatre history.

THEATRE JOURNAL

Vols. 1-63. Baltimore, 1949-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3,700

  • Per volume $ 70

- Formerly published as EDUCATIONAL THEATRE JOURNAL

- THEATRE JOURNAL is predominantly an academic journal, but the breadth of its articles and reviews would make it a staple in any public library collection addressing the needs of serious theatergoers/students. Each issue contains approximately six articles, a performance review section, and book reviews. The articles are substantial and refereed. They may cover topics from a social or historical point of view, or they may analyze text. Occasionally, the articles will be organized around a central theme. The performance review section contains analytical reviews of, for the most part, American theater productions. Regional theaters and repertory company productions are well covered (Katz).

THEATRE QUARTERLY
Vols. 1-10 (all publ.). Cambridge, 1971-1980/81. Mostly bound 
Complete set $ 700.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

- Superseded by NEW THEATRE QUARTERLY

THEATRE RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL

Vols. 1-37. Cambridge, 1975/76-2012. Mostly reprint. $ 5,500

  • Per volume $ 165

- THEATRE RESEARCH INTERNATONAL presents history and criticism of drama conceived and the art of the theatre, providing both a medium of communication for scholars and a service to students of art, architecture, design, music and drama literature.

THEATRE SURVEY

Vols. 1-53. Cambridge, 1960/62-2012. $ 3,600

  • Per volume $ 80

- THEATRE SURVEY provides rigorous historical and theoretical studies of performance across all periods, cultures, and methodologies; letters to the Editor; book reviews; lists of books received; and essays on new theatrical resources and exhibits.

THEATRE SYMPOSIUM

Vols. 1-18. Tuscaloosa, 1993-2010. $ 810

  • Per volume $ 50

- THEATRE SYMPOSIUM publishes scholarly work in theatre studies resulting from a single-topic meeting held on a southeastern university campus each spring.

THEATRE TOPICS

Vols. 1-21. Baltimore, 1991-2011. $ 1,100

  • Per volume $ 60

- This relatively new journal is published by the Johns Hopkins University Press "in cooperation with the Association for Theatre in Higher Education." It contains about six articles in the areas of dramaturgy, performance, and theater pedagogy. THEATRE TOPICS is directed more at the theater practitioner than the Johns Hopkins Theatre Journal. As a result, its articles are more practical and less historical and analytic in nature. The style and content are rigorous, however, and articles often contain references to further readings and resources. In all, it is an impressive publication. It would be useful in particular to university and collegiate drama teachers, directors, and students and more generally, to thoughtful theatrical personnel everywhere (Katz).

THEATRE WORKSHOP
Vols. 1-2 no. 1 (all publ.). New York, 1936-1938. Original edition. Bound 
Complete set $ 120.-   Single volumes may be available. Please inquire.

THEATRE, DANCE AND PERFORMANCE TRAINING

Vols. 1-2. Colchester, 2010-2011. $ 310

  • Per volume $ 170

- THEATRE, DANCE AND PERFORMANCE TRAINING acts as a research forum for practitioners, academics, creative artists and pedagogues interested in training in all its complexity and across cultures. The journal is dedicated to revealing the vital and diverse processes of training and their relationship to performance making, including those from the past, from the present, and into the future.

VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Vols. 1-24. Philadelphia, 1987/88-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 4,900

  • Per volume $ 225

- Published in cooperation with the Commission on Visual Anthropology, this journal aims to publish articles, comments, discussions, and film and book reviews that contribute to the study, use, and production of anthropological and ethnographic films, videos, and photographs for research and teaching. VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY is also concerned with the analysis of visual symbolic forms and the study of human behavior through visual means. This is an international journal, and the film and book review editors are from the United States, Wales, South Africa, and other countries (Katz).

VISUAL RESOURCES
An international journal of documentation

Vols. 1-27. Lausanne, 1980/81-2011. Partly reprint. $ 5,500

  • Per volume $ 225

- VISUAL RESOURCES presents articles that study images and their various uses, particularly how these images are created and employed in artistic and architectural works. Analyses of how these images influence the perception of art are included. This journal crosses into many disciplines and will also be of interest to those in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, and history. Information on future use, creation, and storage of images is discussed with special attention to the role of technology in these processes. Occasionally one will also find extensive bibliographies and media reviews (Katz).

VISUAL STUDIES

Vols. 1-26. London, 1986-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3,100

  • Vols. 1-21. 1986-2006 Per volume $ 120
  • Vols. 22-26. 2007-2011 Per volume $ 180

- Formerly published as VISUAL SOCIOLOGY

- VISUAL STUDIES investigates the relationship between society and photographic, film, and video images.

WOMEN AND PERFORMANCE
A journal of feminist theory

Vols. 1-21. Philadelphia, 1983-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 2,300

  • Per volume $ 120

- WOMEN AND PERFORMANCE publishes articles concerned with traditional and nontraditional performance, such as film, theatre, music, dance, and performing art.

YALE JOURNAL OF CRITICISM

Vols. 1-18. All publ. New Haven, 1987/88-2005. Partly reprint. $ 1,300

  • Per volume $ 80

- YALE JOURNAL OF CRITICISM publishes essays of an interpretive or theoretical nature in all fields of the humanities - literature, history, film studies, anthropology, philosophy, theology, music and the visual and performing arts.

YOUTH THEATRE JOURNAL

Vols. 1-25. Philadelphia, 1986/87-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 1,800

  • Per volume $ 80

- YOUTH THEATRE JOURNAL is dedicated to advancing the study and practice of theatre and drama with, for, and by people of all ages.

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