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Chris Horak <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 27 Mar 2002 13:00:50 EST
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The Moving Image. The Association of the Association of Moving Image

Vol. 2, No. 2 of The Moving Image is about to go to press and we are now
accepting articles for Vol. 3, No. 1. The Moving Image represents the
interests of the Association of Moving Image Archivists while also providing
an open forum for archivists, librarians, technical specialists, scholars and
academics interested in our rapidly expanding field.

Moving Image will accept any article concerned with moving image archives in
the widest sense. The Journal addresses 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. Content includes:

Traditional scholarly papers and historical essays, addressing aspects of the
moving image archives field or highlighting specific collections.

In-depth examinations of specific preservation and restoration projects

Detailed profiles of moving image collections or archives

Interviews with leading figures in the moving image archives community

Behind the scenes looks at the techniques used to preserve and restore our
moving image heritage

Theoretical and visionary articles on the future of the field

Technical and practical articles on research and development in the field

Essays on the role of moving image archives and collections in the writing of

Reviews of books and films directly related to the archival field.

Proposals can be sent directly to the editor or through the AMIA office. For
more information, see our website at:

Jan-Christopher Horak

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