Contemporary approaches to film and media series.
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Introduction: Progressivism, modernity, and transitional cinema From crowds to communities: Progressive Era spectatorship theories Progressivism and early feature films: textuality, oversight, uplift Celebrity, self-awareness, and the consciousness of self Private pleasures and public space: community culture and the dominance of neighborhood theaters Oversight and regulation: film censorship, local government, and social reform Citizenship and black cinema Patriotism and patronage: regional and national identity in Chicago's theaters during World War I Conclusion.
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Print version: Luckett, Moya. Cinema and community : progressivism, exhibition, and film culture in Chicago, 1907-1917. Detroit : Wayne State University Press,  Contemporary approaches to film and media series