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February 1999, Week 2


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"Jennifer M. Bean" <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Sat, 6 Feb 1999 14:10:02 -0800
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You might also ask Jenna to consider MATEWAN, John Sayle's film.  Its a
favorite of mine.

Jennifer M. Bean
Assistant Professor of Cinema Studies
Dept. of Comparative Literature
Box 354338
University of Washington-Seattle
Seattle, WA  98195-4338
Fax: 206.685.2017

>From: Ingvald Bergsagel <[log in to unmask]>
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: Request for Information
>Date: Sat, Feb 6, 1999, 1:31 AM

>>A senior gender studies student, Jenna Skinner, is doing a comps.
>>project on "Cultural Representation of White Trash and Red-Neck Women in
>A bit off, but still: You'll find a list of more than 800 films featuring
>hillbilly-characters here (Southern Mountaineers Filmography):
>For some (very angry but enlightening) background, you should check out
>"The Redneck Manifesto; America's Scapegoats: How We Got that Way and Why
>We're Not Going to Take It Anymore" by Jim Goad, Simon&Schuster, 1996. It
>also has a comprehensive bibliography. (Got Goad's e-mail adress if it's of
>any interest).
>Ingvald Bergsagel - Rosteds gate 9  - 0178 OSLO
>phone: 22113552 / 93498422
>Current location: Home
>Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the
>University of Alabama.

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