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Utrecht University's Institute for Media and Re/Presentation presents:



AUGUST 17-20, 2000
Utrecht and Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The 2000 Visible Evidence Conference is presented by Utrecht University in
co-operation with the Filmmuseum and Film Theatre 't Hoogt.

The 2000 Visible Evidence Conference is the eighth in a series of major
interdisciplinary conferences on the representation of (social) reality in
documentary film and video. Since the key issue of representing reality
explores a wide range of cultural, political, social, historical,
ethnographic, medical and pedagogical questions, we welcome papers from all
academic fields.

We would also like to involve filmmakers, curators and producers in debates
on contemporary documentary practice, and to explore the space between the
perspectives of scholars and cultural entrepreneurs. Filmmakers Johan van
der Keuken and Peter Forgacs (conditionally) are happy to participate in the

At this time you may submit a paper directly to a panel listed below (to the
panel chair), or to the Open Call address listed at the bottom of this page.
In either case you will need to submit the following: 1) a one page paper
proposal, 2) a brief description of your experience relevant to the
proposal, 3) your e-mail address and phone number.

All proposals for panels must be received by e-mail, by March 31st, 2000.

To view full descriptions of existing panel topics please visit our website

Visible Evidence VIII Panels:

*       Dina Iordanova, University of Leicester
Panel: The Post-Communist Post-Colonial
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*       Bill Nichols, San Francisco State University
Panel: Revising the Record
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*       Patricia Zimmermann, Ithaca College
Panel: Mining the home movie: Excavations into Historical and Cultural
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*       Barbara Abrash , New York University and  Patricia  Aufderheide,
American University
Panel: Confession, testimonial, witness: Human rights and personal narrative
in documentary
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*       Julia Lesage, University of Oregon
Panel: Travel Media, Now and Then
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*       Dan Streible, University of  South Carolina
Panel:  Re-examining Newsreels as History
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*       Frank Kessler, Utrecht University
Panel: Visible Evidence, But What Of? Reassessing Early Nonfiction
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*       Elizabeth Cowie, University of Kent
Panel: Performing Identity: Documenting  Subjectivity
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*       Derek Paget, University College Worchester
Panel: Border Genres: Hybrid Futures
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*       Thomas Elsaesser, Amsterdam University
Panel: Appropriate Identities
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Open Call for papers that do not fit panel topics
Two or three panels will be constructed from submissions to the open call.
Send Open Call Proposals to: Sonja de Leeuw
Media and Re/Presentation Utrecht University: [log in to unmask]
For more information about fees, local information, hotels and to view full
descriptions of existing panel topics please visit our website at

The 2000 Visible Evidence Conference will be organized by the Utrecht
University FBU-congress Bureau. Project leader for VE VIII is Ms. Jorunn
For all your questions about administrative issues, please mail to
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University of Alabama: