The Screen Education Reader: Cinema, Television, Culture

Manuel Alvarado, Edward Buscombe, Richard Collins
Macmillan, 1993 - 361 pages
Screen Education and its sister journal Screen examined cinema and television as signifying systems, paying particularly close attention to the ways in which socially constructed ideologies of sex, race, and class achieved expression on the screen.
The twenty articles found in the screen education reader are by writers in the forefront, including Stuart Hall, Hazel Carby, Umberto Eco, James Donald, Pam Cook, and John Tulloch.

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Manuel Alvarado was editor of "Screen Education" from 1975 to 1978, and has published numerous books on the media and education. He is head of education at the British Film Institute.Edward Buscombe worked in the education department of the British Film Institute and is currently head of trade publishing at the British Film Institute. He has taught at several universities in the United States.Richard Collins is Senior Research Associate at Goldsmiths' College, University of London. He was on the editorial board of "Screen Education" and has taught film and media studies in Britain, Australia, and the United States.

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