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March 2004, Week 3


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Charlene Etkind <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Sun, 14 Mar 2004 13:24:53 -0800
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>Call For Papers
>Film and History League, Dallas, November 11-14 2004
>Depictions of War on Television
>  War has been depicted on television in a number of ways, from serial situation comedies to the realities of the evening news.  Paper proposals are invited that examine television depictions of war, any aspects.  Papers can address topics such as; war drama programs such as JAG or Navy NCIS, situation comedies such as MASH, television news coverage of the war in Iraq, or made-for-tv movies that depict any aspect of war.    Topics are not limited and can include examinations of the television aesthetics of war, depictions of the homefront and of veterans.
>The Film & History League, with the Literature/Film Association, will be
>holding its conference on "War in Film, Television, and History" during
>November 11-14, 2004, near Dallas, TX. Full details on the location,
>registration procedures, and additional area topics can be found on the web
>site Deadline for proposals is July 30, 2004.
>Area Chair for Television
>Charlene Etkind
>2600 Quail Dr. B
>Columbia, MO 65202
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