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In anticipation of teaching a three weekend short term intensive class in Acting
for the Camera
here at Phoenix College, is there a clearinghouse for syllabi in this area? I
have taught it before
and would be glad to share my thoughts, projects and exercises. I used the Barr
book in the past, but plan on assembling an extensive hand-out w/readings and
assignments.

Thanks for any and all thoughts.

Larry Soller
Phoenix College
Equity and SAG


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>   1. SCS CFP:  Workshop on Moulin Rouge
>   2. Searching for TV-Crit Syllabi
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> Date:    Tue, 21 Aug 2001 22:53:53 -0400
> From:    Christina Lane <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: SCS CFP:  Workshop on Moulin Rouge
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> CALL FOR PAPERS
> WORKSHOP:  EVERYBODY CAN-CAN AT THE MOULIN ROUGE
> A film text as "open" as Baz Luhrman's Moulin Rouge invites a number of
> theoretical and discursive approaches.  This workshop will consider the film
> as it relates to authorship, stardom, genre, music, postmodernism, industry
> and digitality.  Submit proposals or inquiries to:  Christina Lane, Assistant
> Professor, Motion Picture Program, School of Communication, 4015 Frances L.
> Wolfson Building, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL  33143 (305) 284-3657,
> [log in to unmask]
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> Christina Lane
> Assistant Professor and James B. Pendleton fellow
> Dept. of Cinema and Photography
> 244 Roy H. Park School of Communications
> Ithaca College
> Ithaca, NY  14850
> PH (607) 274-7003
> FX (607) 274-1664
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> Date:    Wed, 22 Aug 2001 08:34:35 -0500
> From:    Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: Searching for TV-Crit Syllabi
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> I'm looking to build an online collection of syllabi for courses using a
> critical approach to television.
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> We've been doing this for several years on ScreenSite, at:
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> http://www.tcf.ua.edu/screensite/teach/syl/
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> But now I'd also like to list them on the companion Website for my
> textbook, Television: Critical Methods and Applications:
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> http://www.tcf.ua.edu/tvcrit/syllabi.htm
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> If you teach a TV-crit course with an online syllabus, or know of the Web
> address of one, please let me know.
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> Thanks!
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> Jeremy Butler
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> The second edition of TELEVISION: CRITICAL METHODS AND
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> http://www.TVCrit.com
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