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January 2010, Week 3


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Angelo Restivo <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 19 Jan 2010 08:56:18 -0600
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The doctoral program in Moving Image Studies in the Dept of Communication at
Georgia State University is currently accepting applications from students
wishing to pursue studies in film, television, new media, and visual culture.  

Applicants should have the M.A. degree (ideally in the Humanities) at the
time they begin coursework in the doctoral program.  (Students without the
M.A. may enroll in our M.A. program in Film & Video with emphasis on the
critical study of the moving image.)

Normally, all doctoral students admitted to the program are offered
financial assistance in the form of a graduate teaching assistantship.  For
full consideration for financial assistance, applications should be received
by Feb. 1, 2010.

For more detailed information on our program, including faculty bios and
seminar offerings, or to begin the online application process, visit our

Inquiries may be directed to the Area Director of Graduate Studies, Angelo
Restivo, at [log in to unmask]


Jennifer Barker.  Film, phenomenology, and embodiment.
Jack Boozer.  Genre theory, adaptation, screenwriting.
Ted Friedman.  Cultural studies, new media.
Kathy Fuller-Seeley.  Historiography, reception studies.
Alisa Perren.  Television studies,  media industries
Alessandra Raengo.  Race and visual culture.
Angelo Restivo.  Critical theory, International cinemas.
Sharon Shahaf.  Global television.
Greg Smith.  Narrative theory, film and cognition, television

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