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"Horak, Chris" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 14 May 2000 11:36:27 -0700
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         The Moving Image:
        Journal of the Association of Moving Image   Archivists

             The Association of Moving Image Archivists Board has approved
the creation of a new professional journal, which will represent the
interests of  AMIA, while also providing an open forum for archivists,
librarians, technical specialists, scholars and academics interested in our
rapidly expanding field.  While the AMIA Newsletter will continue to serve
as a news forum, Moving Images will reflect in in-depth articles the diverse
interests of the membership, including its special interest groups for news
and documentary collections, amateur film, regional archives, and academic
users. The Journal with be published by the University of Minnesota Press.

        The Journal will address issues involving all moving image
materials, including historic and contemporary film, television, and video,
new and emerging digital technologies, as well as paper and
three-dimensional collections documenting the history of moving image media.
The journal will offer a compelling mix of content, including:

*       Traditional scholarly papers and historical essays, especially those
utilizing research in film archival collections
*       In-depth examinations of specific preservation and restoration
*       Detailed profiles of moving image collections or archives
*       Interviews with leading figures in the community
*       Behind the scenes looks at the techniques used to preserve and
restore our moving image heritage
*       Theoretical and visionary articles and columns on the future of the
*       Historical articles aout the development of archives, museums and
the field of film/media studies
*       Technical and practical articles on research and development in the
*       Essays on the role of moving image archives and collections in the
writing of history
*       Reviews of books and films directly related to the archival field.
*       Illustrations, still reproductions, frame enlargements, and
before-and-after image comparisons, many of which are readily available in
the collections of AMIA members.

     An editorial team and editorial board has been assembled. Publication
of the first issue is slated for Spring 2001. This will be a refereed
journal, maintaining the highest academic standards of writing. Anyone,
whether a member of the Association or not, is welcome to submit manuscripts
and/or proposals.  Inquiries for information and manuscript submissions
should be sent to the AMIA Office, c/o Publications Committee Chair,
Sally-Ann Hubbard  ([log in to unmask]).

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