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March 1995, Week 4


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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Maureen Furniss <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 27 Mar 1995 14:48:27 CST
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I am putting together a directory of animation archives in the United
States and I would appreciate it if SCREEN-L readers could tell me if they
know of any special collections that should be included.  I have the
addresses of most of the larger collections at universities and government
institutions, but it wouldn't hurt to get more information on them (in case
one has been overlooked).  What I'm really interested in at this point are
lesser-known resources -- perhaps local libraries or even large personal
collections that would be available for very limited use by scholars.
I have applied for a grant from the NEH and, if funding is received, I will
be putting the directory together during the 1995-1996 school year.
Thanks for your help --
Maureen Furniss
Editor, Animation Journal
P.s. If any of you are writing on animation, I am also interested in
reading essays for possible publication in Animation Journal.  Animation
Journal is a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal dedicated to animation
history and theory.  Its seventh issue (Vol. 4, No. 1) is currently in
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*  Maureen Furniss, Ph.D.       *
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*  Editor, Animation Journal    *
*  Dept. of Film-Television     *
*  Chapman University           *
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