MA (Master of Arts)
Date of Award
Committee Chair or Co-Chairs
Dr. John M. Rankin
Dr. Henry J. Antkiewicz, Dr. Brian J. Maxson
This thesis presents an interdisciplinary study of the significance of contemporary film in our understandings of gender, race, and sexuality in Georgian England. I argue that while films set in this period may lack the subtleties and depth of the realities that make up the Georgian era, they are still valuable in informing current discussions concerning race, gender, and sexuality. By examining such films, we learn not only more about the Georgian period and how it is presented and understood by contemporary audiences, but these films tell us much about our own biases, attitudes, and society.
Thesis - unrestricted
Bales, Brittany, "Viewing History Through a Lens: The Influence of Film on Historical Consciousness" (2020). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Paper 3688. https://dc.etsu.edu/etd/3688
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