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June 2001, Week 1


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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Sat, 2 Jun 2001 11:04:28 EDT
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Peter Rollins <[log in to unmask]>
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  (Meeting is 18-20 October, 2001)

The deadline for proposals for the Mexico meeting
of PCA has been extended to 30 June, 2001--the end
of this month.

We are delighted with the quality of the papers
proposed so far, but Paul Rich of the Universidad de
las Americas (UDLA) has all kinds of social and
meal events planned under the tent of registration--to
include a visit to the Volkswagon plant where ALL
of the Volkswagons you see in the US are made.  (The
tour will be followed by a reception hosted by the
German Ambassador.  There are a number of such
eye-opening events with transportation, food, and
drink thrown in; it will give folks a wonderful chance
to see the economic potential of NAFTA.)

We now have planned a series of poetry readings and
and a film festival with filmmakers introducing and
discussing their works.

Paul Rich is asking for innovative presentation formats
and demanding fewer speakers per panel--a noble objective
for us all!

In any case, please reconsider the meeting and send a
proposal to the appropriate Area Chair.  (Full list is on
the Mexico web site:

When all else fails, write to Peter Rollins, the Program
Chair for PCA, at [log in to unmask]

For  your convenience, here is an abbreviated list:

Areas and Area Chair contacts:

Globalization of Culture:  Ray Browne at [log in to unmask]
US Census and Implications: M.R. Dressman at [log in to unmask]
Tourism and Travel Culture: Douglas Noverr at [log in to unmask]
TESL/ESL:   L. Aglada [log in to unmask]
Gender and Gender Roles: L. Amador [log in to unmask]
Food and Culture: Jane Creighton at [log in to unmask]
Death and Culture: Gary Collison at [log in to unmask]
Leaders:    Charismatic Leaders in Fiction and Film Joanne Gass at
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                  Fidel Castro: Early and  Late Careers
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International Technical Communications:  Michael Goss at [log in to unmask]
International Marketing Communications:  Thomas Volek at [log in to unmask]
Comics and Fotonovelas: Jeff Williams at [log in to unmask]
Photography: T.F. Morrissey [log in to unmask]
Drug Wars:  Bernard Attias at [log in to unmask]
Chicano Culture: Literature, Film, Theory: Scott Baugh at [log in to unmask]
World History--The Holocaust: Larry Wilcox at [log in to unmask]
City, City Planning, and City Lives: M. Levine [log in to unmask]
Mexico:Pre-Columbian Sites and Their Educational Potential:
Ray Hall [log in to unmask]
    Mexico as a Subject for Debate in the US: 1820-1861
        Lyon Rathbun at [log in to unmask]
    20th Century Mexico
        Joe Stout at [log in to unmask]
    Mexican and Latin American Images of the US
        John Bratzel and Gary Hoppenstand at [log in to unmask]
    U.S. images of Mexico and  Latin America
        Bob Beattie at [log in to unmask]
Nicaragua:  Bruce Campbell at [log in to unmask]
Superrealism and Garcia Marquez:  MK Schoenecke at [log in to unmask]
Orality/Performance in Women Writers: [log in to unmask]
Film & History: James Yates at [log in to unmask]
Literature to  Film: Anita Howard at [log in to unmask]
Westerns: Fiction and Film: Paul Varner at [log in to unmask]
D.H. Lawrence in North America: H.Witemeyer at [log in to unmask]
The Beat Movement and Mexico: D. Camichael [log in to unmask]
Socialist Realism as Artistic Style: F. Paredo [log in to unmask]
Latin American and Cuban Films and Filmmakers: [log in to unmask]
Latin Am. Soap Operas/Telenovelas: J. Hayward at [log in to unmask]
Video Poetry: [log in to unmask]
Music:  Steve Buggie at [log in to unmask]
Dance and Culture: Elizabeth Fine at [log in to unmask]
Art and Architecture David Sokol at [log in to unmask]
Computers: Computers and Digital Culture: Pat Steed at [log in to unmask]
Distance Learning and the Internet Classroom:
 Ken Dvorak at [log in to unmask]


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