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                   History On-Line
               announces the debut of
                Beginning September 1
     H-FILM is a free international forum to promote
the scholarly study of film, television, and popular culture
           and the use of media in teaching
The primary purpose of H-FILM is to enable scholars to
communicate their current resarch and teaching interests
and test new ideas.  H-FILM will feature:
  --reviews of books, films, and documentaries;
  --announcements of grants, conferences, and jobs;
  --course outlines, class handouts, syllabi, and
  --discussion of film history, mass communication, and
    popular culture
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  or to [log in to unmask]:
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There are no dues or fees of any kind.  Subscribers only
need an address on Bitnet or Internet.
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To respond to an H-FILM post, use the REPLY command.
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H-FILM will be moderated to filter out extraneous messages
(like requests for subscription) and items that do not aid
the scholarly dialogue.  All contributions will be part of
the public domain and can be freely used, printed, copied
or retransmitted if credit is given the original author.
Send all questions to:
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