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November 2001, Week 2


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Peter Rollins <[log in to unmask]>
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Film & History

The Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association/American Culture
Association invites papers examining all aspects of Film & History for its
annual conference to be held February 13-17, 2002 at the Albuquerque Hilton
in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Last year, this area was very popular and brought like-minded scholars
together on a topic of common interest.

Possible Areas for consideration include, but are not limited to:

The West in Film
The Western Myth and Popular Culture
The Films of John Ford
The Films of Sam Peckinpah
The Holocaust and Film
Documentary and Propaganda
Celluloid Journalism
Mexican Film and History
Hollywood and Patriotism
Film and the American Revolution
The Civil War and Film
D.W. Griffith and "The Birth of a Nation"
The Hollywood Spectacle
The Balkans in Film
Terrorism and Film
European and AMerican Film Markets
American and European Documentary
Max Ophuls'"Hotel Terminus"
The Evolution of the American Gangster Film
Comedy and the Great Depression
The Immigrant Experience in Film
The Films of Ken Burns
Southern Authenticity and Film
The Cohen Brothers' "O Brother, Where Art Thou"
The "New" WWII Film
Biography and Film

Please send proposals for panels and individual papers (including a
100-word abstract and a one-page cv) by Decmber 10, 2001 to the Area Chair:

James Yates
Associate Professor of English
Northwestern Oklahoma State University
Box 242 NWOSU
Alva, OK 73717
Phone: 580-327-8469
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For information on travel, hotel, and registration see

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