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Traditional academic historians are more accustomed to working in libraries and archives with written documents and publications, consulting librarians, archivists, and fellow historians. The challenges for historians are the result of traditional attitudes and methodologies, inherent unfamiliarity with other methodologies and fields of study, and academic training. NEW HISTORY 17 To contextualize the current use of images by academic historians, let us review the changes that have occurred in the field of history during the last 30 years.
Rollins (Lexington, University Press of Kentucky, 1983). “Popular Films and Historical Memory,” in Learning History in America: Schools, Cultures, and Politics, edited by Lloyd Kramer, et al. (Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press, 1994). Sessions devoted to media and history are regularly held at the annual professional meetings of historians: the American Historical Association, the Organization of American Historians, and the American Studies Association, for example; films are reviewed in The Journal of American History; The American Historical Review, and Radical History Review, and there is even a journal Film and History, devoted to the topic.
NOTES 1. Unger, 1968), p. 269, quoted in Michael Kamman, A Season of Youth: The American Revolution and the Historical Imagination (New York: Knopf, 1978), p. 77. 2. One could argue that textbooks are the demilitarized zone between popular history and scholarly history, because the writers are generally historians and the audience is usually non-specialists. I have purposely avoided talking about textbooks although they comprise the largest body of illustrated academic history books. See the paragraph at the beginning of the appendix.