Our book ‘The Magic Lantern at Work’ has been published.

1.1 Jolly Fig

‘The Tri-Unial lantern illuminated with the Oxy-Hydrogen Light, in the Hall of the Balmain School of Arts’, frontispiece, Catalogue of Optical Lanterns and Transparent Views, with the newest forms of Bi-unial and Tri-unial Dissolving View Apparatus (Sydney: William MacDonnell, 1882).

Our book The Magic Lantern at Work: Witnessing, Persuading, Experiencing and Connecting has been published, we’ll be organising a launch at some stage. In the meantime let your librarians know.

https://www.routledge.com/The-Magic-Lantern-at-Work-Witnessing-Persuading-Experiencing-and-Connecting/Jolly-deCourcy/p/book/9780367322564

The Magic Lantern at Work: Witnessing, Persuading, Experiencing and Connecting

Edited by Martyn JollyElisa deCourcy

Routledge Studies in Cultural History

1. The Magic Lantern at Work: Witnessing, Persuading, Experiencing and Connecting

Martyn Jolly

2. The Magic Lantern as a Creative Tool for Understanding the Materiality and Mathematics of Image-Making

Deirdre Feeney

3. Spirits in the Fairgrounds: Métempsycose and Its After-Images

Evelien Jonckheere and Kurt Vanhoutte

4. ‘We Fighters on the Outposts’: Suffragists and Lantern Slides, 1889-1913

Jane Lydon

5. Magical Attractions: Lantern Slide Lectures at British Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meetings, c. 1850-1920

Jennifer Tucker

6. The Missionaries’ Servant: Babel, Funding and the Bible Society in Australia

Nicolas Peterson

7. The Endless Universe and Eternal Life: Clement L. Wragge’s Magic Lantern Lectures

Shaun Higgins

8. Flights of Fancy: The Production, Reception and Implications of Lawrence Hargrave’s Magic Lantern Lecture Lope de Vega

Ursula K. Frederick

9. Anna Mary Longshore Potts and the Anglophone Circuit for Lantern Lecturing in the Late Nineteenth Century

Joe Kember

10. Sidney Dickinson: ‘One of the Most Entertaining Speakers Ever Upon the Melbourne Platform’

Jane Clark

11. The Difficulties of Witnessing: Armin T. Wegner’s Lantern Slide Show on the Armenian Genocide

Vanessa Agnew and Kader Konuk

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