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December 2010, Week 1


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Aaron Magnan-Park <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 1 Dec 2010 23:28:16 -0500
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Dear colleagues

I would appreciate it if you would spread the word and encourage your outstanding undergraduate students to consider submitting a conference paper proposal. Details are below.

Thank you in advance.


Aaron Han Joon Magnan-Park, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Film, Television, and Theatre
Core Member, Center for Asian Studies
Faculty Fellow, The Nanovic Institute for European Studies
Co-Chair, French & Francophone Scholarly Interest Group, Society for Cinema & Media Studies
Editorial Board Member, Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema

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University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN  46556-4600
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Call for Papers

The Fifth Annual
 Notre Dame Undergraduate Film & Television Conference*
at the University of Notre Dame
April 1-2, 2011

The Notre Dame Undergraduate Film & Television Conference offers undergraduate students the opportunity to present papers representing their best work in film and media studies.  Students will deliver papers on any aspect of film and media history, criticism, or theory. Papers will be given in twenty-minute slots (up to a 10-page doubled spaced paper presented at normal talking speed with a few visual aids).

Students who wish to participate in the conference must submit a completed paper proposal form. The submission form can be found

A panel comprised of Notre Dame faculty from the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre will select the best 30 papers from among the proposals received.

All selected conference participants must agree to attend both days of the conference.

Note:  This is not an undergraduate film festival but an academic conference. Do not send student films.  Student films may, of course, form part of a paper presentation but will not be screened outside the twenty-minute time allocation.

Deadline for proposals: Midnight of Monday, January 31, 2011 via email addressed to [log in to unmask] with "ND Undergrad Conf 2011" in the subject heading.

For more information, contact:
         Dr. Aaron Magnan-Park
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* Formerly the Midwest Undergraduate Film & Television Conference

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