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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Bruce Klopfenstein <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 8 Jun 1994 10:36:27 -0400
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Bowling Green State University founded the study of popular culture and
has an excellent popular culture library.  You can apply to the doctoral
programs in either Mass Comm or American Culture and use popular culture
for your cognate area.  I am not involved with the popular culture
program, but if that is what you want, BGSU is certainly an option.  The
chair is Chris Geist ([log in to unmask]).
Bruce Klopfenstein
On Tue, 7 Jun 1994, Reg Gamar wrote:
> Can anyone help this person?
>                                   Reg
> ----------------------------Original message----------------------------
> Greetings to All!
> I've been out of Academia for about six years now and am
> giving serious consideration to returning for a Ph.D.  (I have
> an M.F.A. in Screenwriting.)  Can anyone out there suggest
> some programs, schools that I might try applying to?  I was
> thinking of pursing Film Critical Studies, but am wondering if
> Popular Culture, Mass Comm or something else would be more "marketable".
> Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!  (And please
> don't be misled by my screen-name.  I'm quite serious in
> my approach to film.)  Thanks!
> Patricia Kowal
> e-mail:  [log in to unmask]
> fax:  213.669.7933