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You might want to check out: The Oxford History of World Cinema. Geoffrey
Nowell-Smith, general editor. Oxford University Press, 1996, which just
came out.
--Hamid Naficy
Media Studies, Rice University
 
On Wed, 12 Feb 1997, Martin Donoff wrote:
 
>         I am about to teach a survey course in world cinema (to college
> 2nd & 3rd year students) and I'm having a difficult time finding a text
> that meets my expectations. The ideal book would provide significant text
> on Asian, African, Middle Eastern and South American as well as European
> films. Additionally, I'd like it to offer a cultural studies POV along
> with an eye toward the more traditional cinematic/formal properties.
>         It's a tall order, but if anyone has any suggestions at all I'd be
> most appreciative.
>
>         Thanks in advance,
>
>         Martin Donoff
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