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"Peter C. Rollins" <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 6 Jan 2004 20:15:28 EST
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Dear Film Scholars,
          The American Historical Association session on "The Presidency in 
Film and TV" sponsored by Film & History as part of the American Historical 
Association meeting will be taped by C-SPAN on Friday.
          The session is scheduled for 3:30pm on Friday, January 9 and will 
be in the Executive Room of the Omni Shoreham Hotel, 2nd floor.  Be there and 
get yourself on TV by asking an incisive question or two!
          These sessions are aired any number of times: in this case, the 
panel will be shown on BookNotes (C-SPAN 2) at some point—and it will not 
necessarily be a live broadcast.
          Later, tapes are available from the C-SPAN Archive at Purdue 
University for around $20.00.   There are a number of back programs with Film & 
History featuring a variety of people: Garry Wills, Ken Burns, Oliver Stone, A.M. 
Schlesinger, Jr, George McGovern, et al.
          The program will feature information from HOLLYWOOD'S WHITE HOUSE 
and THE WEST WING, to volumes edited by Peter  Rollins and John E. O'Connor.  
(O'Connor was the founder of Film & History back in 1970, along with Martin 
Be there!
Peter Rollins
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