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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 11 Feb 1994 11:22:52 EST
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I thought I'd send this along, given recent
discussions on Screen-L.  Sorry to send
this so close to the deadline, but I just
received the message today.
Susan Crutchfield
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Subject: Conference
I'm seeking papers for a panel at the University Film and Video Association
Conference (Bozeman, Montana, August 3-6). The panel will focus on the
politics of representation in Shindler's List. Possible topics: adaptation
of Keneally's book; the intersection of history and fiction; the film's
relationship to other holocaust films, other "socially conscious" films
of the 90's (e.g., Philadelphia), or other Spielberg films. Send 150 word
abstract or questions to
Allison Graham
Memphis State University
FAX (901)678-4331
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[I thought some of you might be interested.  Please pass along. Nick]