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October 2004, Week 2


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"Buckland, Warren" <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 13 Oct 2004 16:53:59 -0700
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The latest issue of the "New Review of Film and Television Studies", volume 2, number 2 (November 2004) has just been published:

The Mating Game in Hollywood Cinema: A Darwinian Approach
- Mette Kramer

The Text in the Third Degree: Gay Camp Recoupment in "What Ever Happened To...?" and "High Heels"
- Bruce Williams

Shot/Counter-Shot: Sexuality, Psychoanalysis, and Postmodern Style in "The Sopranos"
- Robert Miklitsch

National Belonging: Renewing the Concept of National Cinema for a Global Culture
- Jerry White

Foundation Myths: DreamWorks SKG, "The Prince of Egypt" (1998) and The Historical Epic Film
- James Russell

The Fabulous Destination of a Cultural Tourist in Paris
- Gerwin van der Pol

2004 Subscription Rates:
Individual: US$41/25 (Institutional: US$195/112)

The editor, Warren Buckland, is always seeking high quality research papers. Send an email with a short abstract of your paper to:

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The "New Review of Film and Television Studies" is published twice a year by Routledge. See the journal's webpage for more details:

Warren Buckland
Associate Professor, Film Studies
Chapman University

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