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April 2008, Week 2


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Cynthia Miller <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 8 Apr 2008 18:05:39 -0400
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Dear colleagues:
In the hope of sparking your imaginations for presentations, workshops, and papers -- the following is a list of our current and shortly forthcoming areas for Film & History's upcoming conference, "Film and Science: Fictions, Documentaries and Beyond" (Chicago, 10/30-11/2/08).  For additional information on any of the areas, please consult our website (, and click on the "Areas and Contact Information" link on the front page.  Each area title is a link that will open a new .doc file with a full call for papers.
* Animals
* The Atomic Age
* Atomics, Animation, and Anticipation
* The Apollo Program
* Bioethics
* Cinematic Extraterrestrials
* Code-breaking: Low and High-Tech Whodunnits
* Comparisons in Non-Fiction Science Films and Television
* Corporate, Educational, and Industrial Films
* Darwin and the Evolution-Intelligent Design Aftermath
* David Cronenberg
* Different Bodies: Disability, Impairment, and Illness
* Doctor Who
* Environmental Documentaries
* Explorers and Exploration
* The Future of Genocide and Repression
* German Science Fiction Films
* Harry Potter/Lord of the Rings
* Hollywood's Physicians
* The Intrusion of Technology
* Is Resistance Really Futile?
* Military Science
* Monsters, Mad Scientists, and Men From Outer Space
* Pedagogy-Methodology
* Race and Science Fiction Film
* Reenactments
* Science Fiction in British Film and Television
* Science Fiction from Literature to the Screen
* The Science of the Kill
* The Science of Special Effects
* Scientific Icons
* Shakespeare and Technology
* Sportive Performance
* Steven Spielberg
* Surveillance and Control
* Women in the Sciences

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