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3-2014-Moore-OverlookingSaskatchewan(2014) “Wide-Open Screens: Early Cinema in Saskatchewan,” inRogers and Ramsay, eds., Overlooking Saskatchewan: Minding the Gap. Regina: Univeristy of Regina Press, 45-61.

 

 

3-2013-Moore-BeyondTheBorder

(2013) “The Flow of Amusement: The First Year of Cinema in the Red River Valley,” in Conway and Pasch, eds., Beyond the Border: Tensions Across the 49th Parallel. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 71-89.

 

3-2010-Moore-CoveringNiagara(2010) “Early Movie-going in Niagara: From Itinerant Shows to Local Institutions, 1897-1910,” in Nicks and Grant, eds., Covering Niagara: Studies in Local Popular Culture. Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 69-90.

 

3-2009-Moore-Dombowsky-Marquee-AllenTheatreswith Philip Dombowsky (2009) “Allen Theatre Enterprises,” Marquee 40(3): 3-31.

 

 

3-2007-Moore-NfldLabStudies(2007) “Newfoundland Amusements: Early Picture Shows at the Fulcrum of Modern and Parochial St. John’s.” Newfoundland and Labrador Studies 22(2): 447-471.

 

 

3-2005-Moore-Pelletier-Cinemaswith Louis Pelletier (2005) “Une excentrique au coeur de l’industrie: Ray Lewis et le Canadian Moving Picture Digest.” Cinémas 16(1): 59-90.

 

 

3-2003-Moore-CJFS-CanadianOdeon(2003) “Nathan L. Nathanson Introduces Canadian Odeon,” Canadian Journal of Film Studies 12(2): 22-45.

Research conducted for the Film Studies Association of Canada’s Gerald Pratley Student Research Award and Keynote Lecture.

 

3-2002-Moore-Marquee-OntarioOdeons

(2002) “The Ontario Odeons of Jay I. English,” Marquee 34(3): 4-13.