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The Moving Image, published by the University of Minnesota Press and AMIA, is 
a peer-reviewed journal which addresses issues involving all moving image 
materials, including historic and contemporary film, television, and video, 
new and emerging digital technologies, as well as paper and three-dimensional 
collections documenting the history of moving image media. The journal 
requests proposals for the following kinds of content: 

        Traditional scholarly papers and historical essays, foregrounding 
moving image
         collections
        In-depth examinations of specific preservation and restoration 
projects
        Detailed profiles of moving image collections or archives
        Interviews with leading figures in the community
        Behind the scenes looks at the techniques used topreserve and 
restore our 
         moving image heritage
        Theoretical and visionary articles and columns on the future of the 
field
        Technical and practical articles on research and development in the 
field
        Essays on the role of moving image archives and collections in the 
writing of 
        history
        Reviews of books and films directly related to thearchival field
        Filmographies and videographies which document persons, genres, or 
specific 
        themes

Please send proposals to my attention:


Jan-Christopher Horak
Editor

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