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Audience as palimpsest, or the structures of cinematic feeling : on historical film audience research and cinema’s imaginative power

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Article based on a keynote on the state of the art of historical film audience research.
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cinema, oral histoiry, audience, audience research, history, cinema history, film history

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MLA
Biltereyst, Daniël. “Audience as Palimpsest, or the Structures of Cinematic Feeling : On Historical Film Audience Research and Cinema’s Imaginative Power.” Researching Historical Screen Audiences : Archives, Memories and Methods, edited by Kate Egan et al., Edinburgh University Press, 2022, pp. 17–33.
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Biltereyst, D. (2022). Audience as palimpsest, or the structures of cinematic feeling : on historical film audience research and cinema’s imaginative power. In K. Egan, M. Smith, & J. Terrill (Eds.), Researching historical screen audiences : archives, memories and methods (pp. 17–33). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
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Biltereyst, Daniël. 2022. “Audience as Palimpsest, or the Structures of Cinematic Feeling : On Historical Film Audience Research and Cinema’s Imaginative Power.” In Researching Historical Screen Audiences : Archives, Memories and Methods, edited by Kate Egan, Martin Smith, and Jamie Terrill, 17–33. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
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Biltereyst, Daniël. 2022. “Audience as Palimpsest, or the Structures of Cinematic Feeling : On Historical Film Audience Research and Cinema’s Imaginative Power.” In Researching Historical Screen Audiences : Archives, Memories and Methods, ed by. Kate Egan, Martin Smith, and Jamie Terrill, 17–33. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Vancouver
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Biltereyst D. Audience as palimpsest, or the structures of cinematic feeling : on historical film audience research and cinema’s imaginative power. In: Egan K, Smith M, Terrill J, editors. Researching historical screen audiences : archives, memories and methods. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press; 2022. p. 17–33.
IEEE
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D. Biltereyst, “Audience as palimpsest, or the structures of cinematic feeling : on historical film audience research and cinema’s imaginative power,” in Researching historical screen audiences : archives, memories and methods, K. Egan, M. Smith, and J. Terrill, Eds. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2022, pp. 17–33.
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  abstract     = {{Article based on a keynote on the state of the art of historical film audience research.}},
  author       = {{Biltereyst, Daniël}},
  booktitle    = {{Researching historical screen audiences : archives, memories and methods}},
  editor       = {{Egan, Kate and Smith, Martin and Terrill, Jamie}},
  isbn         = {{9781474477819}},
  keywords     = {{cinema,oral histoiry,audience,audience research,history,cinema history,film history}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{17--33}},
  publisher    = {{Edinburgh University Press}},
  title        = {{Audience as palimpsest, or the structures of cinematic feeling : on historical film audience research and cinema’s imaginative power}},
  year         = {{2022}},
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