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Abe Mark Nornes <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 2 Feb 1904 13:13:30 -0500
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While browsing the internet using Mosaic, I found the following
announcement.  Has everyone heard of this?
UC Berkeley's Film Studies program has created CinemaSpace: a new www
journal focusing on the cinema and its transformation in the digital age.
CinemaSpace will engage writers from a broad range of fields : Literature,
Film, Cultural Theory, Computer Science, and Philosophy. The journal aims
to break free of disciplinary boundaries and bring a diverse assortment of
writers, thinkers and users of technology into mutual collaboration and
exchange for the purposes of elucidating the transformation of cinema in
the age of digital replication. If you are intested in making a submission
please contact [log in to unmask]
Right now, they simply have the site set up with a syllabus from Alexander
Cohen and lecture notes from one class from this course.  The first issue
is supposed to come out soon.  To check it out, go to the "What's New on
Mosaic" page.
With the ability to write with hypertext and create anchors (links/buttons)
to any database on the net, this promises to open up new ways of writing
criticism and history.
I'm curious:  what film/tv programs out there are integrating multimedia
and internet in their curriculum?  The University of Southern California
has a class bringing close textual analysis and multimedia together.  Any