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Note:  Below is the Table of Contents for the next issue of _Film & History_. 
issue and the one planned for September both focus on Latin America.  They 
are both edited by Professors Scott L. Baugh and Michael K. Schoenecke of Texas 
Tech University.  Avoid ordering a "back issue" and subscribe at this time at 
the web site.
--Peter  C. Rollins, Editor-in-Chief. has many options, to include PAYPAL.

Film & History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies
        WWW.FILMANDHISTORY.ORG Volume 34.1 (2004). 
 Table of Contents for LATIN AMERICA ON FILM (1)

General Introduction:  "Our Forthcoming Conference in November:
        War in Film, TV, and History" (November 11-14, 2004)
        by Peter C. Rollins 1

Jim Welsh: In Appreciation of a Pioneer
by John E. O’Connor 12

“Outlawed” in Oz: A Film & History Associate Editor Visits Australia
by Deborah Carmichael 16

(This issue is the first of two issues devoted to Latin America in Film and 

 "Historical Reflections/Cinematic Projections of Latin American Film"
    by Special Editors, Scott L. Baugh and Michael Schoenecke 18

San Martín, from Bronze to Celluloid: Argentina’s Liberator as Film Character
    by Tzvi Tal 21

U.S.-Argentine Co-productions, 1982-1990: Roger Corman, Aries Productions,
“Schlockbuster” Movies, and the International Market
    by Tamara L. Falicov 31

Sex, Class, and Mexico in Alfonso Cuarón’s Y tu mamá también
    by Ernesto R. Acevedo-Muñoz 39

Contemporary Hi(stories) of Mexico: Fictional Re-Creation of Collective Past 
on Television
    by María de los Ángeles Rodríguez Cadena 49

Manifesting La Historia: Systems of ‘Development’ and the New Latin American
Cinema Manifesto
    by Scott L. Baugh 56

A Conversation with Lordes Portillo
    by Hector A. Torres 66


Ridicule by Christine Adams 73

The House of Yes by Daniel Williford 74

Finding Nemo by Laurie Frankel 75

Abraham and Mary Lincoln: A House Divided by Charles J. Holden 77

No Dumb Questions by Kristin Effland 77

Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India by Rebecca M. Brown 78


William B. Jones, Jr. Classics Illustrated: A Cultural History with 
McFarland, 2002. by Robert Fyne 81

Christoph Lindner, editor. The James Bond Phenomenon: A Critical Reader.
Manchester University Press, 2003. by David Lancaster 82

Thomas Doherty. Cold War, Cool Medium: Television, McCarthyism, and American 
Culture. Columbia University Press, 2003. by Michael C. C. Adams 83

Richard Dyer. The Matter of Images: Essays on Representations.
Routledge, 2003. by David Lancaster 84

Marilyn J. Matelski and Nancy Lynch Street, editors. War and Film in America: 
Historical and Critical Essays. McFarland, 2003. by Michael S. Shull 85

Frank Krutnik, editor. Hollywood Comedians, The Film Reader.
Routledge, 2003. by Heather Butts 86

Kerry Segrave. Piracy In The Motion Picture Industry.
McFarland, 2003. by Suzanne Broderick 87

Chris Holmlund. Impossible Bodies: Femininity and Masculinity at the Movies.
Routledge, 2002. by Meredith Guthrie 89

Benjamin Halligan. Michael Reeves.Manchester University Press, 2003.
by David Lancaster 90

For more information on our journal and our November  Conference,
see the web site:

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