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Robert Inglis <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 12 Aug 2000 22:00:34 GMT
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Do you mean films/books/articles about OR by the various ethnic groups you

Some suggestions for films both by AND about African Americans - obviously,
those directed by Spike Lee and Mario Van Peebles

Films about Hispanic Americans - I can't resist suggesting Welles' "Touch of

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>Subject: Course Ideas
>Date: Fri, 11 Aug 2000 18:44:44 EDT
>I am teaching a class in American Ethnic cinema for the first time and I'm
>looking for suggestions for both films to use and books/articles.  What do
>you think the significant issues to cover are?  I am going to teach it in
>four sections: one section on African American film, one on Hispanic
>film and one on Native American film and the last section on a little bit
>everything else.  The idea is too look at some ethnic groups in more depth
>and try to cover a little bit of a lot of stuff -- not to marginalize any
>group but just because of time restrictions.  I would appreciate any ideas
>anyone has.
>Dr. Andrea Campbell
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