The Italian Cinema Audiences project publication plan includes a monograph on Italian Cinema Audiences of the 1950s, an edited volume and a series of peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, as well as a PhD dissertation produced the at the University of Bristol.
Treveri Gennari D., C. O’Rawe and D. Hipkins (eds.) (2017) Cinema Outside the City – Rural Cinema-going from a Global Perspective, (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming).
We have already published some articles and book chapters on the pilot project in Rome (see below) and are also working on several journal articles for the peer-reviewed press.
Hipkins D., S. Culhane, S. Dibeltulo, D. Treveri Gennari and C. O’Rawe (2016) ‘‘Un mondo che pensavo impossibile’: al cinema in Italia negli anni Cinquanta’, Cinema e Storia, September (Special issue ed. by Elena Dagrada).
Ercole, Pierluigi, Treveri Gennari Daniela and O’Rawe, Catherine ‘Mapping Cinema Memories: Emotional Geographies of Cinema-going in Rome in the 1950s’, Memory Studies (special issue ‘Cinema beyond nostalgia: cinemagoing, film experience and memory’, forthcoming 2017).
Treveri Gennari, Daniela. ‘“If you have seen it, you cannot forget!” Film consumption and memories of cinema-going in 1950s Rome.’ The Historical Journal of Film Radio and Television, Vol. 35, Issue 1 (2015).
Treveri Gennari, D. and J. Sedgwick (2015) ‘Memories in context: the social and economic function of cinema in 1950s Rome’, Film History.
Treveri-Gennari, Daniela, Catherine O’Rawe & Danielle Hipkins. ‘In Search of Italian Cinema Audiences in the 1940s and 1950s: Gender, genre and national identity’, Participations, Journal Of Audiences and Reception Studies, Volume 8, Issue 2 (November 2011).
Hipkins D., S. Culhane, S. Dibeltulo, D. Treveri Gennari and C. O’Rawe (2017) ‘‘A World I thought was impossible’: Provincial Cinema-going in Italy of the 1950s’, in Cinema Outside the City – Rural Cinema-going from a Global Perspective, Treveri Gennari D., C. O’Rawe and D. Hipkins (eds.) (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming).
Treveri Gennari D., S. Dibeltulo, D. Hipkins and C. O’Rawe (2017) ‘Analysing Memories through Video-Interviews: a Case Study of Post-War Italian Cinema-going’, in The Routledge Companion to New Cinema History, Biltereyst D., R. Maltby and P. Meers (eds.) (Routledge: New York, forthcoming).
Treveri Gennari, Daniela. ‘Moralizing cinema while attracting audiences: Catholic film exhibition in post-war Rome.’ In Moralizing cinema: Film Catholicism and Power (eds. Daniela Treveri Gennari and Daniel Biltereyst, New York: Routlege, 2014).
Recent conference papers by members of the team.
Post-war cinema audiences in Rome: A comparison. Paper presented at the CinéPop50 conference, Université Bourdeaux Montaigne (December 2014).
Discriminated Users: Engaging the Elderly with Online Audiovisual Heritage. Paper presented at the EUscreenXL conference in Rome (October 2014).
The Lost Italian Audience: digital approaches to cinema-going memories. Paper presented at the HoMER@NECS Conference in Milan (June 2014).
Cinema through the senses: memories of child audiences in 1950s Rome. Paper presented at the XXVth IAMHIST Conference, Childhood and the Media, University of Leicester (UK) (July 2013).
Film exhibition and memories of audiences in 1950s Rome. Paper presented with Prof John Sedgwick (Research Institute for History and Culture (OGC) – University of Utrecht) at the NECS 2013 International Conference in Prague (June 2013).
In search of Italian cinema audiences in the 1940s and 1950s. Paper presented at the Edinburgh International Film Audiences Conference (June 2011).