Presentations

Select Presentations Relating to the Project:

2017, Jeffrey Klenotic, “‘The Continuous Turn of the Endless Chain’: H. H. Linn and the Cinema of (At)traction,” invited paper for a plenary panel (on research methods) at the Circuits of Cinema: Histories of Movie and Media Distribution conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, June.

2017, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Mapping Movies,” workshop (5 hours) for the Circuits of Cinema: Histories of Movie and Media Distribution conference, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada, June.

2017, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Using GIS for Cinema History Research,” workshop (8 hours) sponsored by the Digital Cinema Studies (DICIS) project, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium, March.

2017, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Space and Place in Communication and Media History,” invited lecture sponsored by the Digital Cinema Studies (DICIS) project, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium, March.

2016, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Connecting the Dots: Mapping Movies as a GIS Platform for Scalable Cinema Data,” workshop (two hours) prepared for the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) conference, Brandenburg Center for Media Studies, Potsdam, Germany, July.

2015, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Looking Back and Looking Forward on Cinema History,” one of five discussants invited to participate in roundtable for the What is Cinema History? conference, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, June.

2014, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Gender, Geography and the Institutionalization of Film Exhibition,” paper for the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) conference, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, Italy, June.

2014, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Female Showmen: Mapping the Gendered Landscape of Early Film Exhibition,” paper for the American Historical Association (AHA) conference, Washington, D.C., January. 

2013, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Mapping the Transformation of Early Cinema in NH: A GIS Deep Map,” paper for the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) conference, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic, June. (Full Version)

2013, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Space, Structure and Institutional History,” invited lecture for the History of Moviegoing, Exhibition and Reception (HoMER) workshop, Czech National Film Archive, Kino Ponrepo, Prague, June.

2012, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Women’s Business: The Female Film Exhibitor in Milford New Hampshire During the 1910s,” paper for the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) conference, Boston, March.

2010, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Mapping Movies,” invited lecture for the “Cartographies of the Imagination” conference, Humanities Research Centre, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia, September.

2010, Jeffrey Klenotic, “GIS and the Spatial History of Cinema,” paper for the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) conference, Los Angeles, March.

2009, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Placing the Audience in Film History,” series of six invited lectures presented over three days at Masaryk University, Department of Film and Audiovisual Studies, Brno, Czech Republic, December.

2008, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Film History at the Crossroads: GIS and the Road Less Traveled,” invited lecture for the workshops “GIS for Cultural Researchers” and “Innovation and Interdisciplinarity in Media History Research,” University of Wollongong, Australia, March.

2007, Jeffrey Klenotic, “‘One Moving Picture Show is Enough … For a Town Like Colebrook’: A Comparative and Social Geographic Analysis of Movie Exhibition in New Hampshire, 1895-1920,” paper for “The Glow in Their Eyes” conference, University of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium, December.

2006, Jeffrey Klenotic, “GIS Technology and the History of Cinema: Tools and Topics for Consideration,” paper for the “Cinema in Context” conference, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, April.

2005, Jeffrey Klenotic, “Mapping Movies: Building Geographic Information Systems for the Social History of Moviegoing,” paper for the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS) conference, London, England, March.

2003, Jeffrey Klenotic, “The Multi-Accentuality of Moviegoing: Neighborhood Theaters During the Movie Palace Era,” paper for the “American Cinema and Everyday Life” conference, University College, University of London, England, June.

2000, Jeffrey Klenotic, “‘Nickels in a Slot?’ Children of the American Working Classes at the Neighborhood Movie House,” paper for the “Cultural Studies and the Working Class Reconsidered” conference, University of East London, London, England, January.