This collection of essays is one of two special journal issues originating from the “Doing Women's Film and Television Histories III” international conference, which took place at the Phoenix Cinema in Leicester, England, in May 2016.1 This third conference of the Women's Film and Television History Network: UK/Ireland was organized by members of the UK Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)–funded project “A History of Women in the British Film and Television Industries, 1933–1989,” in collaboration with members of the Cinema and Television History Centre (CATH) at De Montfort University. The central theme of this third conference, “structures of feeling,” derived from the work of Raymond Williams on social change,...

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