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Projecting race : postwar America, civil rights and documentary film / Stephen Charbonneau.

By: Charbonneau, Stephen [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Wallflower Press an imprint of Columbia University Press, 2016Description: x, 208 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780231178914 (pbk.) ; 9780231178907 (cloth); 9780231850957 (ebk.).Subject(s): Documentary films -- United States -- History and criticism | PERFORMING ARTS -- Film & Video -- History & Criticism | PERFORMING ARTS -- ReferenceDDC classification: 791.4309 CHA Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
ch. One: Documenting from Below: Post-war Documentary, Race and Everyday Life ch. Two: The Sick Quiet that Follows Violence: Neorealism, Psychotherapy and Collaboration ch. Three: Charismatic Knowledge: Modernity and Southern African American Midwifery in All My Babies (1952) ch. Four: Full of Fire: Historical Urgency and Utility in The Man in the Middle (1966) ch. Five: Training Days: Liberal Advocacy and Self Improvement in War on Poverty Films ch. Six: The World is Quiet Here: War on Poverty, Participatory Filmmaking and The Farmersville Project (1968) ch. Seven: An Urban Situation: The Hartford Project (1969) and the North American Challenge.
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Includes bibliographical references p. (191-201) and index.

ch. One: Documenting from Below: Post-war Documentary, Race and Everyday Life
ch. Two: The Sick Quiet that Follows Violence: Neorealism, Psychotherapy and Collaboration
ch. Three: Charismatic Knowledge: Modernity and Southern African American Midwifery in All My Babies (1952)
ch. Four: Full of Fire: Historical Urgency and Utility in The Man in the Middle (1966)
ch. Five: Training Days: Liberal Advocacy and Self Improvement in War on Poverty Films
ch. Six: The World is Quiet Here: War on Poverty, Participatory Filmmaking and The Farmersville Project (1968)
ch. Seven: An Urban Situation: The Hartford Project (1969) and the North American Challenge.

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