Suffrage and the Silver Screen

Suffrage and the Silver Screen

In the 1910s, the American woman suffrage movement became a modern mass movement by using visual culture to transform consciousness and gain adherents. As part of this transformation, suffrage organizations produced several films and related cinematic projects, including four full-length, nationally distributed feature productions. This activist use was one of the first instances in the United States that a social movement recognized and harnessed the power of cinema… (more)

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Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (April 22, 2014)

Collection: Framing Film

Parent ISBN: 9781433117817

Language: English


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