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"Jewish Homegrown History: Immigration, Identity and Intermarriage" is an interactive cultural history project based on software developed by USC's Labyrinth Project. The V+V event offers a preview of the upcoming (2012) exhibit.
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Reading About Home Movies

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Home movies and other necessary fictions - Citron, Michelle
Call Number: (Doheny) PS3553.I866H66 1999
ISBN: 0816632618
Publication Date: 1999

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Mining the home movie : excavations in histories and memories - Ishizuka, Karen L.
Call Number: (Cinema) PN1995.8.M56 2008
ISBN: 9780520230873
Publication Date: 2008

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There's no place like home video - Moran, James M.
Call Number: (Cinema) PN1992.945.M67 2002
ISBN: 0816638004
Publication Date: 2002

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Watching YouTube : extraordinary videos by ordinary people - Strangelove, Michael
Call Number: (Doheny) HM851.S774 2010
ISBN: 9781442641457
Publication Date: 2010

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Reel families : a social history of amateur film - Zimmerman, Patricia Rodden
Call Number: (Cinema) PN1995.8.Z56 1995
ISBN: 0253368766
Publication Date: 1995


Screening Homegrown History

Visions and Voices, 2011-2012 offers two events exploring the cultural value of home movies.  "Participatory History and the Value of Home Movies," a panel discussion launching a preview week for a multimedia exhibit entitled "Jewish Homegrown History: Immigration, Identity and Intermarriage," will be held on Thursday October 20th from 7 to 8:30 pm in the Ray Stark Family Theatre (George Lucas Building [SCA], reception 6 to 10 pm). 

On March 2nd, from 6 to 10 pm, "Home Movie Projections," a screening of home movies gathered and remixed by USC students, will be shown at the School of Cinematic Arts, Room 110.  Awards for the best presentations will be announced.


Is anyone interested in other people's home movies?

Click here for a home movie collage.

Archival Cultural History

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Whitewashed adobe : the rise of Los Angeles and the remaking of its Mexican past - Deverell, William
Call Number: (Boeckmann & Doheny) F869.L89M515 2004
ISBN: 0520218698
Publication Date: 2004

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The Image and the witness : trauma, memory and visual culture - Guerin, Frances
Call Number: (AFA & Doheny) P96.D62.I43 2007
ISBN: 9781905674190
Publication Date: 2007

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California vieja : culture and memory in a modern American place - Kropp, Phoebe S.
Call Number: (Doheny) F862.K76 2006
ISBN: 0520243641
Publication Date: 2006

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The archive and the repertoire : performing cultural memory in the Americas - Taylor, Diana
Call Number: (Doheny) E20.T39 2003
ISBN: 0822331365
Publication Date: 2003

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