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UPDATE: Queer as Folk (1/30/04; collection)

updated: 
Thursday, October 9, 2003 - 8:10pm
Jes Battis

UPDATE: Queer as Folk Collection. The submissions deadline for "Queer
as Text: Critically Cruising Performance and Sexuality in 'Queer as
Folk'" has been extended to January 30, 2004. This is an edited
collection which aims to focus equally on both the British and the
American versions of the acclaimed show 'Queer as Folk.' Diverse essays
are welcome, and topics might include:

CFP: Reality Television: Fairy Tale or Feminist Nightmare? (12/1/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Thursday, October 2, 2003 - 5:53am
Sujata Moorti

Thanks for alerting me to this issue. Here it is:

CFP: Reality Television: Fairy Tale or Feminist Nightmare?
Feminist Media Studies 4(1) Criticism and Commentary Section

Deadline: December 1, 2003
Length: 1,000-1,500 words (5-6 pages typed, double-spaced)

?Big Brother,? ?Survivor,? ?Temptation Island,? ?Joe Millionaire,? ?For
Love or Money,? ?Pop Idol,? ?The Bachelor,? ?Fear Factor,? ?Married by
America,? ?

CFP: Defining the Americas: Media Within/Across Borders (1/16/04; journal issue)

updated: 
Sunday, September 21, 2003 - 7:47pm
Afsheen J. Nomai

Call for Papers: THE VELVET LIGHT TRAP
A CRITICAL JOURNAL OF FILM AND TELEVISION STUDIES
Defining the Americas: Media Within/Across Borders

The history of the American continents has long been one of establishing and
crossing borders. From pre-colonial times to the present, people and
cultures define and redefine themselves and their borders, especially in
response to perceived conquest opportunities or threats. As cultural
discourse, media interrogates the construction of identity within and beyond
national or other boundaries.

CFP: New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film (journal)

updated: 
Friday, September 19, 2003 - 5:35pm
Dorota Ostrowska

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                            New Cinemas:
                    Journal of Contemporary Film
           Volume 2 (2004) edited by World Cinema Group,
                         University of Leeds
                           CALL FOR PAPERS
New Cinemas is a refereed academic journal devoted to the
study of contemporary film around the world. Recent
developments have brought about a renewal of film industries in the
Far and Middle East, Europe, Africa and America. However, there
is a marked tendency to focus exclusively upon issues of ‘otherness’
and ‘marginality’, ignoring the specificities of these films. New

CFP: Fake News: THE ONION, THE DAILY SHOW, and Parody News (11/30/03; collection)

updated: 
Monday, September 8, 2003 - 3:50am
DAVID LAVERY

CALL FOR PAPERS: Fake News: THE ONION, THE DAILY SHOW, and Parody News
Edited by David Lavery and Richard Campbell

David Lavery and Richard Campbell seek your proposals for an
in-development collection of essays to be entitled Fake News: THE
ONION, THE DAILY SHOW, and Parody News.

UPDATE: Roberto Benigni (10/10/03; collection)

updated: 
Monday, September 8, 2003 - 3:33am
GRACE BULLARO

 CFP Roberto Benigni and Shaping Forces

Dear Colleagues,

For Edited Volume

I'm particularly looking for essays that explore the complex =
relationship between Benigni's films , the major forces that shaped his =
"art," (such asd History, Dante, Commedia Dell'Arte and Hollywood iconic =
comedians) and his appropriation (and occasional misappropriation) of =
these forces.

Completed essays should be about 7,000 wds. They can be in English, =
Italian or French.

To submit a completed essay, an abstract of 250 wds. minimum, or to get =
further information, please contact:

Gracerbullaro_at_Msn.com

Deadline for abstracts: Oct. 10, 2003.

CFP: Film Composers, also TV & 'Media' (10/15/03; collection)

updated: 
Friday, August 29, 2003 - 3:19pm
Creative And Performing Arts

Call for chapter proposals:

'The Companion to Sound in Film and the Visual Media' (Continuum)

The Editor of this international volume is looking for chapters on key film, TV
and 'other media' composers. . . .

Chapters are likely to be 5,000 words in length, but suggestions for shorter or
longer contributions are welcome.

When complete, the book will be a comprehensive work on sound in film, TV and
multi-media, and will be suitable for researchers and as a general u/graduate
reference work.

This is an already contracted book with a major publisher and chapter authors
will also be given individual contracts.

CFP: Social Semiotics: What is Media Theory? (12/19/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Friday, August 29, 2003 - 3:13pm
Terry Threadgold

SOCIAL SEMIOTICS: Special Symposium: 'What is Media Theory?' - 19/12/03
(for Vol 14 (2) 2004)

General Editor: Professor Terry Threadgold, Cardiff University, Wales, UK

Co-Editor: Dr Radhika Mohanram, Cardiff University, Wales, UK

Associate Editor, Australia: Dr Joseph Pugliese, Macquarie University, NSW,
Australia

Associate Editor, USA: Dr Toby Miller, New York University, USA

Book Review Editors: Dr Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Cardiff University, Wales, UK
Rebecca Farley, Cardiff University, Wales, UK

Editorial Assistant: Judith Pryor, Cardiff University, Wales, UK

CFP: The Sounds of Vision: Spectatorship and Aural Perception (9/25/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, August 13, 2003 - 10:02pm
fcolman_at_myriad.its.unimelb.edu.au

Call for Papers: Journal issue

The Sounds of Vision: Spectatorship and Aural Perception

The musical score, dialogue, and sounds of contemporary screen based
products of the past ten years have addressed a far more aurally
aware spectator, as demonstrated by the increasing complexities of
style and construction of the sound track. What might be some of the
methodological approaches that can account for the direction of the
spectatorial eye via the ear?

CFP: Contemporary Forms and Conditions of Entertainment Media (9/25/03; journal issue)

updated: 
Wednesday, August 13, 2003 - 10:02pm
fcolman_at_myriad.its.unimelb.edu.au

Call for Papers: Journal issue

Superhuman, Supernatural, Superlative, or Simply Super Entertainment? :
Contemporary forms and conditions of entertainment media

Materiality aside, the entertainment media possess a refractory
nature: they are often obstinate, stubborn, wayward, perverse, and
disobedient, refusing to be pinned down by critical responses that
seek to homogenize their nature. For this special issue of the
Refractory Journal, we are interested in critical and theoretical
discussions of the forms / conditions / relationships of contemporary
entertainment media products / industries that may include films,
comic books, computer games or theme parks.

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