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"Gloria Monti (GD 1995)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 14 Apr 1994 10:52:51 -0400
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> I'd like very much for SCREEN-L to become a repository for
> syllabi.  If someone would be willing to send me a text version (ASCII)
> of a French cinema syllabus I'd put it on SCREEN-L FILELIST and
> thus make it avalable for Internauts to glom onto via a request
> sent through normal e-mail channels.
>
> Can anyone help us out?
 
        Just French Cinema or other topics as well?  I would be glad to share
syllabi with colleagues, something which is not easily done in
academia--some fearful attachment to one's own research.  Am I wrong?
        I am not sure I understand the technical details of sending the
sillabi to you, though.
 
        Gloria Monti
 
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>       The Dadaist gave the bourgeois a sense of confusion and a distant,
>       yet mighty rumbling, so that this bells began to buzz, his safes
>       frowned, and his honors list broke out in spots.
>                                             --Hans Arp
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