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Dear SCREEN-L readers:
We would like to post, as soon as they are available, the tables of contents for
 forthcoming issues of _Screen_. Published by Oxford University Press, _Screen_
is acclaimed as a contemporary media studies journal. Founded nearly forty years
 ago by the Society for Education in Film and Television (SEFT), _Screen_
established itself as _the_ leading international journal dedicated to the
 advanced study of film and television. Since 1990 the journal has been edited
 by The
John Logie Baird Centre, University of Glasgow.
We hope you will welcome this information and find it useful.
Best wishes.
Rebecca Pace
Oxford University Press
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Volume 36, Number 4  (Winter 1995)
ISSN  0036-9543
EDITOR:  John Caughie, Simon Frith, Norman King, Annette Kuhn, Karen Lury,
 Jackie Stacey, The John Logie Baird Centre, University of Glasgow
Addressing the Spectator of a "Third World" National Cinema: The Bombay "Social"
 Film of the 1940s and 1950s.  Ravi S. Vasudevan  (p. 305)
Women Reading Chinese Films:  Between Orientalism and Silence.  Stephanie Donald
  (p. 325)
Primal Scenes and the Female Gothic:  _Rebecca_ and _Gaslight_.  John Fletcher
"Trashing" the Academy: Taste, Excess, and an Emerging Politics of Cinematic
 Style. Jeffrey Sconce  (p. 371)
The Untamed Eye: Surrealism and Film Theory.  Ramona Fotiade  (p. 394)
Reports and Debates
The Last/Vision Machine.  Alison Butler  (p. 408)
Console-ing Passions: 4th Annual Conference of Television and Video.  Ann Gray
 (p. 418)
16th International Celtic Film and Television Festival.  Jane Sillars  (p. 421)
Video Positive 95.  Michele Fuirer  (p. 423)
17th Creteil International Festival of Women's Films. Cathy Fowler and Petra
 Kuppers  (p. 427)
Robynn Stilwell: Theodor Adorno and Hans Eisler, _Composing for the Films_;
 Royal Brown, _Overtones and Undertones: Reading Film Music;  George Burt, _The
of Film Music_; Michel Chion, _Audio-Vision: Sound on Screen_   (p. 432)
Erica Carter: Sandra Frieden, Richard McCormick, Vibeke R. Petersen, Laurie
 Melissa Vogelsang (eds), _Gender and German Cinema_, Vols. I and II  (p. 441)
Will Straw: Andrew Goodwin, _Dancing in the Distraction Factory: Music,
 Television, and Public Culture_  (p. 448)
_Screen_ is published quarterly by Oxford University Press.  For more
 information please contact the Journals Department, Oxford University Press,
 2001 Evans
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