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Mark Nornes <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 27 Apr 2012 20:42:13 -0400
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Back when I started studying Japanese cinema, I took NoŽl Burch at his word when he wrote that there was no film theory to be found in Asia. I suspect the common sense in the halls of SCMS conference hotels hasn't changed all that much. But this conference will turn that upside-down. More than 60 papers on film theory in Japanese, Korean and Chinese, ranging from the 1910s to the present! Check it out. Come if you can.

http://filmtheories.org/upcoming-conference-film-theory-in-korea-japan-and-sinophone-asia-university-of-michigan-2012/

Markus Nornes



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A. M. Nornes
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Professor, School of Art & Design
University of Michigan
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Ann Arbor, MI 48104-1608
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