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November 2002, Week 1


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*Scope is now indexed in the MLA International Bibliography*

Also its new book and film reviews and conference reports are now available.

Book Reviews

Consuming Audiences?: Production and Reception in Media Research, Edited by
Ingunn Hagen and Janet Wasko, A Review by Cynthia Baron

Film Parody, By Dan Harries and Hitchcock: Suspense, Humour and Tone, By
Susan Smith, A Review by Martin Flanagan

The Film Studies Dictionary, By Steven Blandford, Barry Keith Grant & Jim
Hillier, A Review by Karen Boyle

Framing the South: Hollywood, Television, and Race During the Civil Rights
Struggle, By Allison Graham, A Review by Sharon Monteith

Irish Film: The Emergence of a Contemporary Cinema, By Martin McLoone, A
Review by Sarah Neely

Media and Everyday Life in Modern Society, By Shaun Moores, A Review by
Stephen Harper

Narrative and Genre: Key Concepts in Media Studies, By Nick Lacey, A Review
by Laurie E. Harnick

Postmodern Media Culture, By Jonathan Bignell, A Review by William Cummings

Pulp Fiction, By Dana Polan, A Review by Karen Boyle

Rome Open City (Roma Città Aperta), By David Forgacs and Rossellini:
Magician of the Real, Edited by David Forgacs, Sarah Lutton and Geoffrey
Nowell-Smith, A Review by Luca Prono

Film Reviews

Ali, A Review by Champa Patel

Amores Perros, A Review by Michael Keating

British Avant-Garde Film in the Twenties/ British Avant-Garde Film in the
Thirties, A Review Essay by Martin Stollery

Bully, A Review by Deborah Shaller

The Gleaners and I, A Review by Kimberly Lamm

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, A Review by Alice Mills

Hollywood Ending, A Review by Fritz Esker

Hôtel Terminus, A Review by Anna Norris

Legally Blonde, A Review by Sue Lewak

Memento, A Review by Jerome de Groot

Spider-Man, A Review by Will Brooker

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, A Review by Philip Anthony

State and Main, A Review by Damon Miller

Die Unberührbare, A Review by Lisa Rull

Zoolander, A Review by Christine Haase

Conference Reports

Motorbikes, Penis Pics and the Grateful Dead: Film Studies Meets Pop Culture
in Albuquerque, The 23rd Annual Conference of the Southwest/Texas Popular
Culture Association/American Culture Association. February 13-17, 2002,
Albuquerque, New Mexico, A Report by Sarah H. S. Graham

To Theorise Beyond Theory, "WHAT'S LEFT OF THEORY?": The Cultural Studies
Association of Australia Conference at the University of Tasmania, A Report
by C. Jason Lee

Visualizing Rhetoric and Rhetoricizing the Visual: The Visual Rhetoric
Conference, 2001, Indiana University-Bloomington, A Report by Courtney


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