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Mon, 7 Oct 1996 09:53:09 -0400
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Dear SCREEN-L readers:
We would like to post, as soon as they are available, the tables of contents for
 forthcoming issues of _Screen_. Published by Oxford University Press, _Screen_
is acclaimed as a contemporary media studies journal. Founded nearly forty years
 ago by the Society for Education in Film and Television (SEFT), _Screen_
established itself as _the_ leading international journal dedicated to the
 advanced study of film and television. Since 1990 the journal has been edited
 by The
John Logie Baird Centre, University of Glasgow.
Please check out the Screen Web page at
We hope you will welcome this information and find it useful.
Best wishes.
Rebecca Pace
Oxford University Press
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Volume 37, Number 3  (Autumn 1996)
ISSN  0036-9543
EDITOR:  John Caughie, Simon Frith, Norman King, Annette Kuhn, Karen Lury,
 Jackie Stacey, The John Logie Baird Centre, University of Glasgow
"There's nothing I can do! Nothing!": femininity, seriality and whiteness in
 _The Jewel in the Crown_. R. Dyer. Pages: 225 - 240
BB and the beasts: Brigitte Bardot and the Canadian seal controversy. C. Nadeau
 Pages: 240 - 249
Rereading the bitches from hell: a feminist appropriation of the female
 psychopath. D. Jermyn  Pages: 251 - 267
I hope you're enjoying your party: MTV in wartorn Bosnia. L. Hujic. Pages: 268 -
Critical mass of Cuban cinema: art as the vanguard of society. O. Quiros Pages:
 279 - 293
Reports and Debates
Film studies in Sweden: cinema arts and back again? G. Bolin and M. Forsman
 Pages: 294 - 302
Moving performance conference: 'The British Experience of Eearly Cinema',
 University of Bristol, 6-8 January 1996. T. Ryall. Pages: 303 - 305
Pordenone silent film festival, 13-21 October 1995. K. Dibbets. Pages: 305 - 306
Parveen Adams, _The Emptiness of the Image_. W. Mullen Pages: 307 - 311
Pat Kirkham and Janet Thumim (eds). _You Tarzan: Masculinity, Movies and Men_
 and _Me Jane: Masculinity, Movies and Women_. J. Davies. Pages: 312 - 316
Jostein Gripsrud. _The Dynasty Years: Hollywood Television and Critical Media
 Studies_. I. Ang Pages: 317 - 322
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 information please contact the Journals Department, Oxford University Press,
 2001 Evans
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