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September 1997, Week 3


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Mon, 15 Sep 1997 21:01:16 -0400
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hello all,
        i'm a fourth year undergraduate studying economics, film, french,
and pre-medical sorts of things.  regarding this post, i'm taking a class
here called "Documentary: Form and Content" with Professor Bernard Mayes,
(of foundation of NPR fame, i've heard). if you would like, i can give you
more info on how/what he's teaching and a point of contact if you would
like to speak with him directly (but if i do, don't mention my name
because i may decide not to take his class, for logistical reasons in
addition to generational ones delineated by Mr. Mark Edmundson in this
month's Harper's :).
myron santos
On Fri, 12 Sep 1997, Julie Friedline wrote:
> Next spring I'll be teaching an undergraduate, introductory, course in
> Documentary and U.S. Television for the first time.
I find television very educational. Every time someone switches it on I go
        into another room and read a good book.
                                                Groucho Marx
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