The contents of this special issue on women's film history have their starting point in the “Doing Women's Film and Television History II” international conference, which took place at the University of East Anglia, England, in April 2014. Several of the texts began life as keynote lectures and presentations, while others were inspired by the discussions that took place across its packed three-day schedule. The second conference of the Women's Film and Television History Network, UK-Ireland, the inaugural edition of which had taken place at the University of Sunderland in 2011,1 provided another opportunity for researchers, archivists, and activists to share their ideas around histories of women working in film...

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