- Publication of An Everyday Magic (in the USA under the title Remembering Fred and Ginger);
- Plans laid for extending the project;
- Lancaster University (LU) Research Committee, LU TEP, LU FASS c.£8000: ‘Cinema and Cultural Memory Archive Project’ (CACMAP, with Jackie Stacey and RA Julia Brant);
- CACMAP report;
- Unsuccessful bids to AHRB Resource Enhancement Scheme and Heritage Lottery Fund.
- ‘Cinema memory, emotion and fantasy’, Tradition and Change Day School, University of Durham, May;
- ‘Researching cinema and cultural memory: some theoretical and methodological issues’, London School of Economics, October.
- Where Were You When Bambi’s Mother was Shot? BBC Radio 4, 16 August;
- Woman’s Hour, BBC Radio 4, 30 August http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/womanshour/2002_35_fri_02.shtml
Kuhn, A. (2002). ‘Children, ‘Horrific’ Films, and Censorship in 1930s Britain’, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 22(2).
Children, ‘Horrific’ Films, and Censorship in 1930s Britain
Kuhn, A. (2002). An Everyday Magic: Cinema and Cultural Memory (London: I.B. Tauris).
Book review of An Everyday Magic by Martin Barker,
University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK.