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Latest publication in the Film & History CD-Rom Annual  Series
The Film &  History 2003 CD-ROM Annual includes over thirty-five articles by 
film  scholars from around the globe.  The  international distribution of the 
work included in our CD-ROM Annual series  gives us particular pride; this 
series offers diverse perspectives on film  studies, cultural studies, and 
history as represented by, or reflected in,  film. 
In addition to the  fine articles on the CD-ROM this collection of 
scholarship includes: 
Three out-of-print  classics. (These books are all word-searchable on the 
CD-ROM, using the  Control-F function.) 
NEW TO OUR  SERIES…..
American Visions:  The Films of Chaplin, Ford, Capra, and Welles, 1936-1941 
by Charles Maland.  (No new  printings since 1977 for this prescient study.) 
TWO CLASSIC  SURVEYS 
American  History/American Film  (1979) (A  trail blazer, showing historicity 
of major classics.) 
American  History/American Television  (1983) (The method applied to major TV 
productions.) 
Both edited by  Film & History founding editor, John E. O’Connor with  
co-founder,  Martin.A. Jackson 
Audio features include: 
An interview by John  Tibbetts with Michael Moore concerning Roger and Me and 
the early  cinematic career of this controversial documentarian. 
An address by John  Cawelti, a true pioneer of popular culture studies, given 
at the Kansas City  Film & History League conference.  Cawelti discusses the  
context for  production of his classic Six-Gun Mystique (1970), a book which 
opened the door to popular culture studies for many  scholars. 
The articles on this  Film & History 2003 CD-ROM Annual cover many areas of  
study: 
The American West(s)  in Film and Television 
The American  Presidency 
The War  Film 
History in Film  & Television 
International  Cinema 
Politics and  Propaganda 
Film Commentary and  Analysis 
Genre, Gender, and  Ethnicity 
Pedagogy 
See more at the Film  & History web site. 
Peter  Rollins 
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www.filmandhistory.org 


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