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Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 25 Oct 1994 07:02:50 CST
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I'm working on developing a film/TV studies resource on the
Internet--something that will extend the work of SCREEN-L.  This new
project is called SCREENsite and will be available through the World Wide
One part of it will be a syllabus collection.  In specific, I'm looking for
strong syllabi (especially ones with extensive bibliographies) on:
1.  Gender and film/TV
2.  Experimental film/video
3.  Race and film/TV
4.  Gay/lesbian film/TV
5.  National cinemas/TV systems (non-US SCREEN-Litarians:  Help, please!)
6.  Graduate seminars on specialized topics
7.  Film/TV genres
8.  Film/TV history and historiography
9.  Director studies
And I'm very open to other submissions.
All you'd have to do is e-mail me a text (ASCII) version of it.  Please
take care to address it to me personally ([log in to unmask]) and not
to SCREEN-L (i.e., do not simply REPLY to this message). I'll take care of
the rest.
Oh yes, please include a short note about your institutional affiliation
with your syllabus as they will be identified in the following manner:
Course title, professor's name, college's name
And please feel free to pass this request around to non-SCREEN-L educators
that you think might be interested in sending something my way.
  Jeremy Butler
  SCREEN-L Coordinator                         [log in to unmask]
  Telecommunication & Film Dept. * University of Alabama * Tuscaloosa