Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television Best Article Prizes

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Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television Best Article Prizes

About the prizes

This page recognizes the winners of The David H. Culbert Routledge-IAMHIST Prize for Best Article by an Established Scholar and The Philip M. Taylor IAMHIST-Routledge Prize for the Best Article by a New Scholar. Read the articles awarded these prizes below. 

The Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television

The Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television is an international and interdisciplinary journal concerned with the history of the audio-visual mass media from c.1900 to the present. It explores the institutional and ideological contexts of film, radio and television, analyses the evidence produced by the mass media for historians and social scientists, and considers the impact of mass communications on political, social and cultural history.

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Winner for the 2018 The David H. Culbert Routledge-IAMHIST Prize for Best Article by an Established Scholar

Article TitleAuthor(s)VolumeIssueYear
Gendered Labour, Gender Politics: How Edith Head Designed her Career and Styled Women’s LivesKate Fortmueller3832018

Winner for the 2018 The Philip M. Taylor IAMHIST-Routledge Prize for the Best Article by a New Scholar

Article TitleAuthor(s)VolumeIssueYear
Edgar Dale’s Film Appreciation Programme: An Early Education in AdaptationPenny Chalk3842018

Winner for the 2017 The David H. Culbert Routledge-IAMHIST Prize for Best Article by an Established Scholar

Article TitleAuthor(s)VolumeIssueYear
Creating an anti-communist motion picture producers’ network in Asia: the Asia Foundation, Asia Pictures, and the Korean Motion Picture Cultural AssociationSangjoon Lee3732017

Winner for the 2017 The Philip M. Taylor IAMHIST-Routledge Prize for the Best Article by a New Scholar

Article TitleAuthor(s)VolumeIssueYear
Whatever happened to the British ‘B’ movie? Micro-budget film-making and the death of the one-hour supporting feature in the early 1960sLaura Mayne3732017
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