1999. “'Size Does Matter': Notes on Titanic and James Cameron as Blockbuster Auteur.” In Sandler and Studlar 1999, 132–54. Kleinhans, Bernd, ed. 2003.
Author: Linda Maria Koldau
The narrative surrounding the Titanic’s voyage, collision, and sinking in April 1912 seems tailor-made for film. With clear categories of gender, class, nationality, and religion, the dominating Titanic myth offers a wealth of motifs ripe for the silver screen-heroism, melodrama, love, despair, pleasure, pain, failure, triumph, memory and eternal guilt. This volume provides a detailed overview of Titanic films from 1912 to the present and analyzes the six major Titanic films, including the 1943 Nazi propaganda production, the 1953 Hollywood film, the 1958 British docudrama A Night to Remember, the 1979 TV production S.O.S. Titanic, the 1996 mini-series Titanic, and James Cameron's 1997 blockbuster. By showing how each film follows and builds on a pattern of fixed scenes, motifs and details defined as the “Titanic code,” this work yields telling insights into why this specific disaster has maintained such great relevance into the 21st century.
... and, no author listed: The TITANIC  (1999); * Two in a Great Disasters series, John Dudman  (1999), illustrations by Richard Scollins, ...
Author: Eugene L. Rasor
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
The most dramatic marine disaster of modern times, the RMS Titanic tragedy captured the attention of the entire world. The intensity of interest in the catastrophe has increased, particularly after discovery of the wreck off the coast of Newfoundland in the mid-1980s. The resulting literature is vast, including both scholarly and popular sources. Providing a critical and historiographical overview of that literature, this book offers a useful guide to researchers interested in the Titanic.
the RMS Titanic wreck site , in which some 1,800 artifacts were recovered . In 1992 , Titanic Ventures , Inc. filed an in rem action in the U.S. District ...
Author: Sean D. Murphy
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Sean D. Murphy's wide-ranging and in-depth 2002 survey of U.S. practice in international law in the period 1999–2001 draws upon the statements and actions of the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the U.S. government to examine its involvement across a range of areas. These areas include diplomatic and consular relations, jurisdiction and immunities, state responsibility and liability, international organizations, international economic law, human rights, and international criminal law. At the time of its first publication this summary of the most salient issues was a central resource on U.S. practice in international law. The volume contains extracts from hard-to-find documents, generous citations to relevant sources, tables of cases and treaties, and a detailed index. Revealing international law in the making, this essential tool for researchers and practitioners was the first in a series of books capturing the international law practice of a global player.
Deep Inside the Titanic (1999): This Discovery Channel documentary features underwater footage of the wreck and testimony from survivors.
Author: Stephen J. Spignesi
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The Titanic For Dummies paints the whole picture of the most famous maritime disaster. It examines the building of the ship, life onboard during its maiden voyage, tragic decisions made that fateful night, the discovery of the wreck, and the many controversies that have emerged in the century since the sinking. Information includes: Theories behind the reason for the sinking (does the blame lie with the watertight doors, bad rivets, or crew negligence?), and when and where the ship split in two. A detailed look at how the lack of lifeboats — and the chaos that resulted in lifeboats launching before they reached capacity — resulted in lives lost. A Titanic “Who’s Who” identifying notable passengers, including those who were famous before the tragedy and those who gained fame because of it. Current thinking about reports of shots being fired onboard, the details of Captain Smith’s death, Murdoch’s possible suicide, and the band’s last song. Findings from the Titanic hearings on both sides of the Atlantic. A recounting of Robert Ballard’s discovery of the wreck in 1985 and the ongoing debate over whether to salvage the wreck or let the ship remain as a memorial to those who perished. A glimpse of the most fascinating artifacts salvaged from the wreckage. The Titanic in pop culture: from Broadway to one of the most highest grossing movies in history (being re-released in 3D in 2012 to commemorate the 100th anniversary).
The Titanic Reader ( Harmondsworth , 1999 ) ; Richard P. Howells , The Myth of the Titanic ( New York , 1999 ) ; and Tim Bergfelder and Sarah Street ( eds . ) ...
Author: David Gleicher
Publisher: Oxford University Press
This work seeks to understand why a disproportionately large number of third class passengers, particularly women and children, died during the sinking of the Titanic in relation to the first and second classes. It examines the gender, class, social, and cultural factors that influenced this disparity. It aims to uncover both why and how five hundred and thirty one third class passengers died on the night of April 14th 1912. A key area of focus is the difficult relationship between the ship's authorities and the men of the third class, and the extent to which this determined the fate of passengers during the rescue efforts. The introduction asks 'Who were the third class passengers?' and uses ethnic and economic backgrounds to suggest the third class belonged to the 'Old Immigration' wave of migrants, rather than the contemporary 'New Immigration' of the first and second. The first chapter concerns the exclusion of third class narratives in the 'popular story' of the Titanic. Chapters two through seven determine the whereabouts of the third class during every stage of evacuation, and flags the discrepancies in testimonies from both the British and American inquiries. Chapter eight provides a conclusion, which claims the 'popular story' includes a great many falsehoods with regard to the third class - including their treatment by crew, their behaviours, and their survival rates. The first appendix tables nationalities into regions; the second outlines the twenty routes to the lifeboats, as testified by one of the Titanic design architects; and the third provides deck plans for every level of the ship.
Bullock, S., Thomas Andrews: Shipbuilder (new edn, Belfast, 1999). Butler, D. A., 'Unsinkable': The Full Story of RMS Titanic (Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, ...
Author: Stephanie Barczewski
Publisher: A&C Black
An anniversary edition of a highly-regarded account of the world's most notorious tragedy at sea.
by Harold Bride's father is mentioned in Eaton and Haas, Titanic: Triumph and ... see David M. Lubin, Titanic (London: British Film Institute, 1999); Kevin ...
Author: John Welshman
Publisher: OUP Oxford
In his famous book A Night to Remember, historian Walter Lord described the sinking of the Titanic as 'the last night of a small town'. Now, a hundred years after her sinking, John Welshman reconstructs the fascinating individual histories of twelve of the inhabitants of this tragically short-lived floating town. They include members of the crew; passengers in First, Second, and Third Class; women and men; adults and children; rich and poor. Among them are a ship's Captain, a Second Officer, an Assistant Wireless Operator; a Stewardess, an amateur military historian, a governess, a teacher, a domestic servant, a mother, and three children. What were their earlier histories? Who survived, and why, and who perished? And what happened to these people in the years after 1912? Titanic: The Last Night of a Small Town answers all these questions and more, while offering a minute-by-minute depiction of events aboard the doomed liner through the eyes of a broad and representative cross-section of those who sailed in her - both those who survived and those who didn't.
Titanic: A Night Remembered. London: Continuum International Publishing Group, 13. 6. David E. Pratte, “Lessons from the Titanic”, 1999, May 16, ...
Author: Lyndell Enns
TITANIC was big and seductively beautiful. However, she turned out to be lethal. Today’s Titanic is far bigger, far more seductive and infinitely more lethal. Millions of Christians are riding her with the same overconfident sense of safety that caused people on the last Titanic to perish. Are you on Today’s Titanic? Will you get off in time? Interact at www.TodaysTitanic.com
1984. print. Cox, stephen. The Titanic Story: Hard Choices, Dangerous Decisions. Chicago: open Court, 1999. print. davie, Michael. Titanic: The Death and ...
Author: Stephen Hines
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Montreal, Monday (6.00 a.m.) April 15, 1912 TITANIC STRUCK AN ICEBERG. SENDS MARCONIGRAM ASKING FOR ASSISTANCE. VIRGINIAN GOING TO HER RESCUE. From New York, Monday. April 15, 1912 "VESSEL SINKING" STEAMERS ARE TOWING THE TITANIC. AND ENDEAVOURING TO GET HER INTO THE SHOAL WATER NEAR CAPE RACE. FOR THE PURPOSE OF BEACHING HER. From New York, Monday night. April 15, 1912 THE WHITE STAR OFFICIALS NOW ADMIT THAT MANY LIVES HAVE BEEN LOST. News of the Titanic's catastrophic sinking, days after her maiden voyage, shocked the world. The public was frantic for information and answers, and the London Daily Telegraph, the largest circulating newspaper in the world at the time, was charged with the task of relaying what exactly had happened to the luxury liner. But with false reports abounding and no access to survivors, that task was easier said than done. Read how a paper, and the world, struggled to find and report the truth of the most disastrous maritime accident in history.
David M. Lubin Titanic, 1999 In this British Film Institute monograph on James Cameron's Titanic, a film historian rejects the charge that what was at the ...
Author: Rough Guides
Publisher: Rough Guides UK
A century after the most famous shipwreck in history, The Rough Guide to the Titanic tells the full compelling story of the supposedly unsinkable liner. A comprehensive history, it covers all the Titanic's final hours, from striking the iceberg to disappearing beneath the freezing Atlantic waters. Discover the epic human drama at the heart of the tragedy, with a rich cast of characters including the heroes, villains and victims aboard the Titanic, and the adventurers who re-discovered it in 1985. Plus, there are maps, diagrams and images to illustrate the saga at every turn. The focus also stretches backwards the people who built the Titanic - with their faith in progress and technology - and forwards to explore the controversies and conspiracy theories that have raged ever since its sinking. The Rough Guide to the Titanic also looks at quite why everybody appears to be so fascinated by the Titanic, and the books, music and movies that have kept its memory alive ever since - from the stiff upper lips of 1958's A Night To Remember to the tear jerking romance of James Cameron's Titanic. Now available in ePub format.
Titanic. New York: DK Publishing, 1999. Conklin, Thomas. The Titanic Sinks. NewYork: Random House, 1997. Molony, Senan. Titanic: APrimary Source History.
Author: Sue Vander Hook
Publisher: ABDO Publishing Company
Explores the Titanic and how that event has sculpted societies, the sciences, and politics.
McDonnell, F. (1999) A Titanic vision. Belfast Telegraph, Business Supplement, pp.8–9, 27th July. McDowell, S. (2008) Selling conflict heritage through ...
Author: William J V Neill
Relaunching Titanic critically considers the invocation of Titanic heritage in Belfast in contributing to a new ‘post-conflict’ understanding of the city. The authors address how the memory of Titanic is being and should be represented in the place of its origin, from where it was launched into the collective consciousness and unconscious of western civilization. Relaunching Titanic examines the issues in the context of international debates on the tension between place marketing of cities and other alternative portrayals of memory and meaning in places. Key questions include the extent to which the goals of economic development are congruous with the ‘contemplative city’ and especially the need for mature and creative reflection in the ‘post-conflict’ city, whether development interests have taken precedence over the need for a deeper appreciation of a more nuanced Titanic legacy in the city of Belfast, and what Belfast shares with other places in considering the sacred and profane in memory construction. While Relaunching Titanic focuses on the conflicted history of Belfast and the Titanic, it will have lessons for planners and scholars of city branding, tourism, and urban re-imaging.
L'Argent Kent Jones (1999) The 'Three Colours' Trilogy Geoff Andrew (1998) Blade Runner Scott Bukatman (1997) Blue Velvet Michael Atkinson (1997) The Right ...
Author: David M. Lubin
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
This text looks at 'Titanic', the first film to earn over a billion dollars at the global box-office. This epic film reimagines one of the defining events of the 20th century through the lens of American romanticism.
Kissinger (1976), 1989–90: 23, 25 R.M.S. Titanic v. Haver (Titanic I) (1999), 2003: 757; 2006: 830, 833 R.M.S. Titanic, Inc. v. The Wrecked and Abandoned ...
Author: Sally J. Cummins
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Co-published by Oxford University Press and the International Law Institute, and prepared by the Office of the Legal Adviser of the United States Department of State, the Digest of United States Practice in International Law presents an annual compilation of documents and commentary highlighting significant developments in public and private international law, and is an invaluable resource for practitioners and scholars in the field. Each annual volume compiles excerpts from documents such as treaties, diplomatic notes and correspondence, legal opinion letters, judicial decisions, Senate committee reports and press releases. All the documents which are excerpted in the Digest are selected by members of the Legal Adviser's Office of the U.S. Department of State, based on their judgments about the significance of the issues, their potential relevance to future situations, and their likely interest to practitioners and scholars. In almost every case, the commentary to each excerpt is accompanied by a citation to the full text. This volume is the comprehensive index for the Digest of United States Practice in International Law, covering the period 1989 - 2006, making it the long requested finding tool to the set.
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Author: Allen Gibson
Publisher: The History Press
Delving deep into Titanic's legacy, Allen Gibson presents a comprehensive history with a refreshing argument, that Titanic represented a considerable achievement in maritime architecture. He determines the true causes of the disaster, telling the story of the 'unsinkable' ship against a backdrop of a tumultuous and rapidly emerging technological world. The book exposes the true interests of the people involved in the operation, regulation and investigation into Titanic, and lays bare the technology so dramatically destroyed. Juxtaposing the duelling worlds of economics and safety, this study rationalises the mindset that wilfully dispatched the world's largest ship out to sea with a deficient supply of lifeboats. Using original material, this fascinating book explores not only how the sinking occurred but also examines the significance and allure of Titanic as well as boldly establishing a future for the wreck itself.
Biel, Steven, Down with the Old Canoe: A Cultural History ofthe Titanic Disaster ... 2002) —————ed., Titanic (Penguin, 1999) Girouard, Mark, The Return to ...
Author: Frances Wilson
Publisher: A&C Black
Books have been written, films made, we have raised the Titanic and watched her go down again on numerous occasions, but out of the wreckage Frances Wilson spins a new epic: when the ship hit the iceberg on 14 April 1912 and a thousand men prepared to die, J Bruce Ismay, the ship's owner and inheritor of the White Star fortune, jumped into a lifeboat with the women and children and rowed away to safety. Accused of cowardice, Ismay became, according to one headline, 'The Most Talked-of Man in the World'. The first victim of a press hate campaign, his reputation never recovered and while other survivors were piecing together their accounts, Ismay never spoke of his beloved ship again. With the help of that great narrator of the sea, Joseph Conrad, whose Lord Jim so uncannily predicted Ismay's fate - and whose manuscript of the story of a man who impulsively betrays a code of honour and lives on under the strain of intolerable guilt went down with the Titanic - Frances Wilson explores the reasons behind Ismay's jump, his desperate need to make sense of the horror of it all, and to find a way of living with lost honour. For those who survived the Titanic the world was never the same again. But as Wilson superbly demonstrates, we all have our own Titanics, and we all need to find ways of surviving them.
Titanic: Destination Disaster: The Legends and the Reality. New York: Norton, 1996. ______. Titanic: A Journey Through Time. New York: Norton 1999.
Author: June Hall McCash
Publisher: Mercer University Press
Follows the amazing lives of Ida and Isidor Straus--who rose to become the the owners of Macy's Department Store in New York--including their humble beginnings, experiences with anti-Semitism and untimely demise on the fateful maiden voyage of the Titanic, the 100th anniversary of which takes place in April 2012.
Charles Lightoller,Titanic & Other Ships, first published Nicolson& Watson1939. ... Titanic: TheOfficial Inquiry,first published Public RecordOffice 1999.
Author: Hannah Holman
Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited
There were over 700 survivors of the Titanic disaster and their horrific experience has captivated readers and moviegoers for almost 100 years. But what was it actually like for a woman to say goodbye to her husband? For a mother to leave her teenage sons? For the unlucky many who found themselves in the freezing Atlantic waters? 'Titanic Voices' is a comprehensive collection of Titanic survivors' accounts, and includes many unpublished and long-forgotten accounts, unabridged, together with an authoritative editorial commentary. It also includes substantial accounts from third class and female survivors.