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January 2008, Week 3


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"Peter C. Rollins" <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 14 Jan 2008 12:17:52 EST
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Film & History panels (14 of them) at the Southwest PCAACA conferencia...The
meeting is in Albuquerque, 12-16 February 2008...just around the corner.
Dear Film scholars,
There are 14 panels on Film & History at the SWPCA meeting next month. For
the listing, go to the Film & History web site
Panels deal with religion, ehtnicity, terrorism, the frontier, cowboys,
Native Americans,
the Cold War, "Cinematic Realism," spectatorship and gender, film genre and
film genre and national identity, auteurs and history, post-colonial
culture, concepts of
time and space, pedagogy. There will even be a special Film & History
workshop led by
representatives of the journal--to include Deborah Carmichael, Cindy Miller,
and Peter Rollins.
The program for the entire PCAACA meeting is at ( There are other
film areas...Look for them on the program!
The SWPCA meeting in Albuquerque is held downtown and will involve nearly
participants, many book venders and journals, and will have WIFI in all
meeting rooms
for presenters. The guest artist is poet Joy Harjo.
National officers will be in attendance, to include the National Executive
John Bratzel of Michigan State U.
Be there or be square!
Peter Rollins
Film & History representative and retired Oklahoman
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Questions about Film & History should be sent to Loren PQ Baybrook, Director
of the Center for the
Study of Film and History, U of Wisconsin-Oshkosh at
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Questions of the Film & History panels should be referred to Tobias
Hochescher, the
Co-Area Chair for the F&H Area, SWPCA at [log in to unmask]
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