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My apologies--I need to make a note of clarification.  As very poorly
identified in my original message's subject heading, this call for papers
is for a PROPOSED PANEL for the Society for Cinema Studies Conference 2001.



>Dear Colleagues:  This one didn't make it onto the SCS Bulletin Board.
>Please print, display, advertise this to any and all who you think might
>have some interesting work to contribute.
>
>
>CALL FOR PAPERS on constructions of MASCULINITY IN BARBARA STANWYCK
>vehicles/publicity/fan culture.  How does Stanwyck's shifting star persona
>de/stabilize masculine ideals?  How is Stanwyck "mannish" in her own right?
>Looking especially for papers that cover a variety of Stanwyck texts, from
>early comedies and melodramas, to later noir and western dramas, as well as
>her role on television's "Big Valley."  Work on her industry publicity and
>fan-culture-- including speculations about her sexuality--is encouraged.
>Everything considered.
>
>Send proposals by snail- or e-mail to Susan Crutchfield, English
>Department, University of Wisconsin at La Crosse, La Crosse, WI 54601;
>[log in to unmask] Phone:  608-785-6943.  Deadline is September 1.
>

Thanks--

Susan Crutchfield
425W North Hall
Department of English
University of Wisconsin at La Crosse
La Crosse, WI 54601
phone: 608-785-6943
fax: 608-785-8301

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