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Announcing the latest issue of the New Review of Film and Television

Volume 3, Number 1 (May 2005)

Special Issue: Film and Television Studies Pedagogy

Critical and Creative Media Studies and the Embedded Learning
Bevin Yeatman and Sean Cubitt

Exemplarity, Pedagogy and Television History 
Jonathan Bignell

Making New Sense of Film Theory Through Kant: A Novel Teaching Approach
Melinda Szaloky

Dis-Orientalizing Bollywood: Incorporating Indian Popular Cinema into a
Survey Film Course
Sheila J. Nayar

Productive Discomfort in the Classroom: Teaching Boys Don't Cry
Alexandra Barron

The Dildo, the Soccer Player's Girlfriend and the Quivering Quilt:
Teaching Documentary in Difficult  Circumstances
John Hookham and Gary MacLennan


A Note on Brian O'Leary's "Hollywood Camera Movement and the Films of
Howard Hawks: A Functional Semiotic  Approach"
Barry Salt

The New Review of Film and Television Studies promotes current reseach
making a central contribution to fIlm  and television studies. Rather
than endorse a particular doctrine or fixed agenda, the journal
publishes  research dedicated to clearly formulated, reliable methods of
analysis, well posed questions examining  resolvable problems, and
focused deliberation on those problems. The journal is driven by the
belief that  intellectually rigorous research in the humanities is both
possible and necessary. In-depth stand alone essays,  detailed review
essays focused around recent publications, or extracts from major
research projects in progress  are particularly welcome.

If you would like to submit a paper, please email the editor, Warren
Buckland, with an abstract:
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Warren Buckland
Associate Professor, Film Studies
Chapman University
Dodge College of Film and Media Arts
One University Drive
CA 92866
phone: (714) 744 7018
fax: (714)  997 6700
Editor, "New Review of Film and Television Studies":

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