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September 2004, Week 4


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"Peter C. Rollins" <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Sat, 25 Sep 2004 17:50:51 EDT
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_Click here: Welcome to Film &  History_ (

The deadline for presentations at the Film & History conference  on
"War in Film, TV, and History" is fast approaching.  Indeed, the  last
moment is Thursday of next week (30 September).

Papers, screening, and talks are invited for some thirty areas of  interest,
all posted on the web site above.

Naturally, people interested in an immersion into film and culture  studies
are always welcomed, although rooms are running low.  Some of  started
our film studies activities with such an event.  Seeing others share  their
research and teaching insights always inspires those ready for the  light.

Finally, there will be a plenary session on Michael Moore's  "Fahrenheit
9/11."  Contact Gary Edgerton to get a place in the long line of
who will be restricted to five to ten minutes, but whose names will be in  the
program for this open mike event  ([log in to unmask]
(mailto:[log in to unmask]) ).

Full details at the web site or contact me.

Peter Rollins, Host
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