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"Norman N. Holland" <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 7 Mar 1994 15:29:13 EST
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the list-conference of IPSA, the Institute for Psychological Study
of the Arts, University of Florida, Gainesville FL 32611-2036.
Our list is interested in the psychological study of literature in
particular, but also film and, in practice, any of the arts.  We
tend to be psychoanalytically focused, but we welcome comments from
any psychological orientation.  We also carry postings simply
dealing with psychoanalysis or psychology in general.  Recent
queries and discussions have focused on: course syllabuses in the
field; arts and the Internet; the Gates profile in the _New
Yorker_; blind and deaf patients and therapists; chaos theory as
applied to human identity; the validity of Lacan; art therapy.
The list has been running since January 1993.  As of March 1994,
PSYART has about 180 subscribers from 16 countries, including
humanists, clinicians, artists, students, and experimenters.
To subscribe, send a one-line message as follows:
      SUBSCRIBE PSYART <yourfirstname> <yourlastname>
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Also, IPSA files can be obtained from [log in to unmask]
by anonymous ftp.  Presently posted is the IPSA Abstracts and
Bibliography for 1993.  Also, messages are logged and kept in files
of the form: PSYARTLG <YYMMDD>, where the date is the ending date.
| Norm Holland           Department of English                   |
| University of Florida  Gainesville FL 32611 Tel: (904) 377-0096|
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