(Moderator: Please post this correction instead of earlier mailing) Gaylyn Studlar and Kevin Sandler of the Program of Film and Video Studies at the University of Michigan are inviting submissions for a forthcoming anthology on Titanic to be published by Rutgers University Press at the end of the year. This collection will investigate the phenomenon generated by James Cameron's film, Titanic, from a variety of methodological approaches. Papers might explore a number of topics including masculinity, stardom, special effects and technology, genre, audience reception, and auterism. The deadline for abstracts will be April 30. Decisions will be made later that week. The 200-500 word abstract should also include a 4-10 line contributor blurb. Subsequently, we are asking, upon acceptance of a proposal, a first draft of an essay (thirty pages maximum, including notes) by July 1, 1998, with a final draft due back to us by August 1, 1998. We understand the tight deadline of the project; however, we feel this text's uniqueness is based on its timely attention to a current phenomenon, an endeavor rarely attempted with such expediency in the field of film and cultural studies. We believe this immediacy will ensure maximum readership among a variety of disciplines, critics, and audiences in both the academic and popular press. Send abstracts by e-mail, fax, or post to Gaylyn Studlar and Kevin Sandler, Titanic project, University of Michigan, Film and Video Studies Program, 2512 Frieze Building, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1285 Telephone: (734) 764-0147 Fax: (734) 936-1846 Gaylyn Studlar: [log in to unmask] Kevin Sandler: [log in to unmask] ---- Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the University of Alabama.