The Buddhist Institute at Phnom Penh and The Rome International Institute for Educational Cinematography: Intersections of Internationalism and Imperialism, 1931-34.

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This article explores the intersection of aspects of imperialism and internationalism in discussion of cinematography at the League of Nations, at the International Council of Women (ICW), and as they played out in the imperial, national and local flows around educational cinematography in the work of Suzanne Karpelès at the Institute of Buddhist Studies in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It focusses on the 1931 ICW cinematograph conference organised by Laura Dreyfus-Barney at the League’s Rome International Institute for Educational Cinematography (IIEC) and on the IIEC’s 1934 cinematography congress, when Dreyfus-Barney fed Karpelès’ ideas about educational film into the congress. The article looks at the notion of rapprochement (of nations) within internationalism as this became articulated at both the League and the ICW with notions about mentalities within imperialism. It also traces the intersection of rapprochement and mentalities in Karpelès’ promotion of educational cinematography from her base in Phnom-Penh. The article concludes that various elements around the cinematic at the League, the ICW and at Phnom-Penh illustrate articulations of internationalism in the domains of nationalism and imperialism as well as articulations of the national and imperial in the domain of the international
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)415-431
Number of pages17
JournalHistory of Education
Volume47
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 31 Jan 2018

Keywords

  • internationalism
  • League of Nations
  • International Institute for Educational Cinematography
  • International Council of Women
  • Karpelès
  • Dreyfus-Barney
  • Cinematography
  • Imperialism
  • Internationalism
  • International council of women
  • League of nations
  • International institute for educational cinematography

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The Buddhist Institute at Phnom Penh and The Rome International Institute for Educational Cinematography: Intersections of Internationalism and Imperialism, 1931-34. / Goodman, Joyce.

In: History of Education, Vol. 47, No. 3, 31.01.2018, p. 415-431.

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