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Lang Thompson <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 23 Jan 2000 00:47:01 -0500
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>Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2000 16:51:21 -0600
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>From: [log in to unmask] (David Desser)
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>Subject: book series announcement
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>Hi all.
>Also, please feel free to pass this along to other Film and Asian-studies
>related listservs to which you may belong.  KineJapan is my only listserv,
>so I'd be grateful to those who did, indeed, pass this on to other relevant
>David Desser
>Film and Popular Culture in Modern Asia
>Poshek Fu and David Desser, series editors
>Call for Manuscripts or Proposals:
>Poshek Fu, Department of History, and David Desser, Unit for Cinema
>Studies, University of Illinois, and the University of Michigan Press
>announce a new series:  "Film and Popular Culture in Modern Asia."  The
>series editors seek proposals or completed manuscripts dealing with aspects
>of Asian film and popular culture that place films within their
>cultural-political contexts and locate them in relation to other popular
>cultural forms.  We are particularly interested in studies which utilize
>cross-disciplinary approaches, examine different cultural forms and their
>interconnections, and which transgress national and regional boundaries.
>We welcome studies combining theoretical insights with rigorous
>scholarship.  Under-studied cinemas, including  Filipino, Indian,
>Indonesian, Korean,  and Thai; under-studied areas, for instance,
>historical and critical analyses of regional film industries; and studies
>of the relation between film and other popular cultural texts and their
>transnational appeals and connections, are especially welcome.  Please
>contact Poshek Fu at: [log in to unmask]  or David Desser at [log in to unmask]
>Mail:  Poshek Fu, Department of History,  810 S Wright, Urbana, IL  61801
>USA  or  David Desser, Unit for Cinema Studies, 3092 FLB/707 S. Mathews
>Ave., Urbana, IL  61801 USA
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