Person record: CRANGLE, Dr Richard

Basic biographical summary of this person
Full nameDr Richard CRANGLE
Gendermale
Relevance of this personresearcher and writer; editor of NMLJ, 2001-10 
Main period of activity1990s-2010s
Other internet resourcessee record in Virtual International Authority File
Relationships to other peopleson of CRANGLE, Professor John  (1926-2007)
Texts linked to this personArticles (8)

Richard Crangle, How to read a reading in NMLJ 9.6 (Summer 2004)

Richard Crangle, Little yellow boxes: family slide shows in the 1960s and 1970s in Realms of light (2005)

Richard Crangle, Mission unaccomplished: W.T. Stead, Charles W. Hastings and the Magic Lantern Mission in Realms of light (2005)

Ludwig Vogl-Bienek (trans. Richard Crangle), Opera on the lantern stage: Wagner's Ring and Der Fliegende Holländer as performed by the Illuminago-Theater in Realms of light (2005)

Richard Crangle, 'A quite rare entertainment': an optical show in Paris in 1656 in NMLJ 9.5 (Winter 2003)

Mervyn Heard and Richard Crangle, The temperance phantasmagoria in Realms of light (2005)

Roger Gonin (trans. Richard Crangle), The travelling lantern of Auvergne in NMLJ 10.6 (Autumn 2010)

Richard Crangle, What do those old slides mean?: or why the magic lantern is not an important part of cinema history in Visual delights (2000)


Books (4)

David Robinson, Stephen Herbert and Richard Crangle (editors), Encyclopaedia of the magic lantern (London: Magic Lantern Society, 2001)

Laurent Mannoni (trans. Richard Crangle), The great art of light and shadow: archaeology of the cinema (Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2000)

Richard Crangle, Mervyn Heard and Ine van Dooren (editors), Realms of light: uses and perceptions of the magic lantern from the 17th to the 21st century (London: Magic Lantern Society, 2005)

Ludwig Vogl-Bienek and Richard Crangle (editors), Screen culture and the social question 1880-1914 (New Barnet: John Libbey, 2014)


Editorials (15)

Richard Crangle, Best laid plans, and other stories in NMLJ 10.2 (Autumn 2006)

Richard Crangle, Compliments of the season in NMLJ 9.3 (Winter 2002)

Richard Crangle, Devices and desires: some themes and strands of lantern history in Realms of light (2005)

Richard Crangle, Filling in a few of the gaps in NMLJ 9.5 (Winter 2003)

Richard Crangle, Gentlemen and scholars in NMLJ 10.4 (Autumn 2008)

Richard Crangle, Happy birthday, magic lantern! in NMLJ 10.5 (Autumn 2009)

Richard Crangle, Mervyn Heard and Ine van Dooren, Introduction: Realms of light in Realms of light (2005)

Richard Crangle, On the way back from the wilderness in NMLJ 9.4 (Summer 2003)

Richard Crangle, People and places: case studies of the lantern in use in Realms of light (2005)

Richard Crangle, Settling down in the chair in NMLJ 9.1 (Winter 2001)

Richard Crangle, Taking more stock in NMLJ 10.1 (Autumn 2005)

Richard Crangle, Theses and antitheses in NMLJ 9.6 (Summer 2004)

Richard Crangle, Time, ladies and gentlemen, please in NMLJ 10.6 (Autumn 2010)

Richard Crangle, Various shapes and sizes in NMLJ 9.2 (Summer 2002)

Richard Crangle, What counts? in NMLJ 10.3 (Autumn 2007)


Miscellanies (8)

Stephen Bottomore and Richard Crangle, Addenda to The encyclopaedia of the magic lantern in NMLJ 9.2 (Summer 2002)

Mark Butterworth, Richard Crangle, Amy Sargeant and John Selway, Bits and pieces in NMLJ 9.2 (Summer 2002)

Philip Banham, Richard Crangle, Raymond Newport and Amy Sargeant, Bits and pieces in NMLJ 9.3 (Winter 2002)

Wendy Bird, Richard Crangle, Mervyn Heard and Lester Smith, Bits and pieces in NMLJ 9.5 (Winter 2003)

Richard Crangle, Deac Rossell and Amy Sargeant, Bits and pieces in NMLJ 9.6 (Summer 2004)

John Taylor, John Horton, Richard Crangle, Lester Smith, Brian Widdowson and Stephen Bottomore, Bits and pieces in NMLJ 10.2 (Autumn 2006)

Richard Crangle, Bits and pieces in NMLJ 10.5 (Autumn 2009)

Richard Crangle, Bits and pieces in NMLJ 10.6 (Autumn 2010)


Periodicals (1)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal (1978-2010), 2001-2010


Periodical issues (12)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal: volume 9 number 1 (Winter 2001)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal: volume 9 number 2 (Summer 2002)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal: volume 9 number 3 (Winter 2002)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal: volume 9 number 4 (Summer 2003)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal: volume 9 number 5 (Winter 2003)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal: volume 9 number 6 (Summer 2004)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal: volume 10 number 1 (Autumn 2005)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal: volume 10 number 2 (Autumn 2006)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal: volume 10 number 3 (Autumn 2007)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal: volume 10 number 4 (Autumn 2008)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal: volume 10 number 5 (Autumn 2009)

Editor: The new magic lantern journal: volume 10 number 6 (Autumn 2010)


Reviews (8)

Richard Crangle, Book review: Living pictures in NMLJ 9.1 (Winter 2001)

Richard Crangle, Book review: Magiche visioni prima del cinema in NMLJ 9.2 (Summer 2002)

Richard Crangle, Book review: Poole's Myriorama! in NMLJ 9.4 (Summer 2003)

Richard Crangle, Book reviews: Dickens and the dream of cinema / Panoramas, magic lanterns and cinemas in NMLJ 9.6 (Summer 2004)

Richard Crangle, Delight and instruction in NMLJ 10.4 (Autumn 2008)

Richard Crangle, New light in NMLJ 10.4 (Autumn 2008)

Richard Crangle, Review: Destination St Kilda / Marketing modernity in NMLJ 10.6 (Autumn 2010)

Richard Crangle, That's the way to do it! in NMLJ 10.2 (Autumn 2006)

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