Dear Colleagues:  Please re-list this call for papers.  The deadline has
been extended.

                        CALL FOR PAPERS


                    THE GREAT PLAINS STATES

             Kansas City, Missouri, November 7-10, 2002
           at KC Marriott, adjacent the Country Club Plaza

                   Deadline: September 15, 2002

The film & History Conference on "The West in Film and TV" seeks papers
and panels on topics related to the plains states.  We plan to create
a number of outstanding panels.  Consider the following possible topic
                      SOME POSSIBLE TOPICS

Hopalong Cassidy TV shows, Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, Annie Oakley,
Lone Ranger, Wild Bill Hickak, Adventures of Kit Carson, the Cisco
Kid, Gunsmoke, Wyatt Earp, My Darling Clementine (1946), Shane (1953),
High Noon (1952), Death Valley Days (1955), Cheyenne (1955), Gunfight at
OK Corral (1957), Last Train from Gun Hill (1958), The Man who shot
Liberty Valance (1962), Cat Ballou (1965), Butch Cassidy & the Sundance
Kid (1969),  Have Gun Will Travel, Bonanza, The Big Valley, The High
Chaparral, The Rifleman, The Virginian, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, Dances
with Wolves (1990), Wild Wild West, Little House on the Prairie, Pony
Express, Wagon Train, Buffalo Bill, Jesse James, Billy the Kid, Will Rogers,
John Wayne, John Brown, and many more.

The above topics are suggestions.  Papers can focus on directors, actors,
geographic places, the Plains Indians, comparative studies of classic
novels and films, myth in film, symbols, and critical studies.

Deadline:  September 15, 2002


Submit Individual proposals with a title and abstract of 50 words.

Submit panels identifying each participant, titles, names of
panelists, addresses, e-mail addresses, and a brief overview
abstract of the panel to:

     Frank Chorba
     Washburn University
     Mass Media Department
     Topeka, KS  66621
     785-231-1010 x1805
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The conference will be held in Kansas City from November 7-10, 2002 at
the Kansas City Marriott several blocks from the beautiful Country
Club Plaza area and near the Nelson Art Galley and Westport clubs and

For more information including other topic areas, contact the website:
(  Other topics for the conference and information
regarding the event are available on the Film & History web site.

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