Books for Review – Winter 2022

IAMHIST received copies of the following books and is looking for reviewers (Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television). If you are interested, please send a message (mentioning the full title of the book and your postal address) to Ciara Chambers (  It would help if you could tell us a bit about your own research and expertise and/or why you are interested in reviewing this title. Please also note that some books may still be available from previous lists.
Boulègue, Franck. The Return of Twin Peaks. Intellect, 2022.
Brown, Matthew H. Indirect Subjects: Nollywood’s Local Address. Duke University Press, 2021.
Duffett, Mark. Elvis: Roots, Image, Comeback, Phenomenon. Equinox Publishing, 2020.
Gottlieb, Sidney, and Donal Martín, eds. Haunted by Vertigo: Hitchcock’s Masterpiece Then and Now. JOHN LIBBEY PUBLISHING, 2021.  Already assigned for review.
Groskopf, Jeremy. Profit Margins: The American Silent Cinema and the Marginalization of Advertising. Indiana University Press, 2021.
Karalis, Vrasidas. Cinematic Language of Theo Angelopoulos. Berghahn Books, 2021.
Lemza, John. The Big Picture: The Cold War on the Small Screen. University Press of Kansas, 2021. Already assigned for review.
Martin-Jones, David. Columbo: Paying Attention 24/7. EUP, 2021. Already assigned for review.
McBride, Joseph. Billy Wilder: Dancing on the Edge. Columbia University Press, 2021. Already assigned for review.
Meden, Jurij. Scratches and Glitches: Observations on Preserving and Exhibiting Cinema in the Early 21st Century. Austrian Film Museum, 2021 Already assigned for review.
Prokhorov, Alexander. Russian TV Series in the Era of Transition. Academic Studies Press, 2021.
White, John. British Cinema and a Divided Nation. Edinburgh University Press, 2021. Already assigned for review.
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