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1. The next issue of the journal (11:3)

2. AHRC MA Award in Film and Television Studies (Swansea)

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1. The next issue of the journal (11:3) will contain the following articles:

Kristian Moen, The 'Education of the Eye': Social Aesthetics and Émile Vuillermoz's Early Film Criticism
Myriam Juan, Étoiles en manque de lumière: les difficultés du vedettariat français dans les années vingt
Jennifer Porst, The Influence of Sound on Visual Style in Renoir's Tire au flanc and La Chienne
Leslie Kealhofer, Veiled Voices in the Films of Yamina Benguigui
Claudia Esposito, Ronsard in the Metro: Abdellatif Kechiche and the Poetics of Space
Nikolaj Lübecker, Bruno Dumont's Twentynine Palms: The Avant-Garde as Tragedy?

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2. AHRC MA Award in Film and Television Studies (Swansea)

Swansea University's new Department of Languages, Translation and Media is pleased to announce an AHRC award under a new Block Grant Partnership of One fully-funded MA award in Film and Television Studies. This could be suitable for our MA in Screening / Staging Europe or for a Masters by research.
For further information, please see: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/news_centre/latestresearch/14ahrcfullyfundeddoctoralandmastersawardsavailableinthecollegeofar.php
Or write to [log in to unmask] (Professor Rob Stone).
For application forms write to [log in to unmask]
Telephone: +44(0)1792 295926.
The closing date for applications is 15 July 2011.


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