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Interdisciplinary in her approach, Petro interweaves archival research with recent theoretical debates to offer not merely another view of the Weimar cinema but also another way of looking at Weimar film culture. Women's modernity, she suggests, was not the same as men's modernism, and the image of the city street in film and photojournalism reveals how women responded differently from men to the political, economic, and psychic upheaval of their times.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Motion pictures Germany History, Silent films Germany History and criticism, Motion picture audiences Germany History, Photojournalism Germany History, Women in mass media History, Sex role in mass media History, Sex role in motion pictures, Women Germany History 20th century, Feminist criticism