UPDATE: [Cultural-Historical] historical fiction: Framed and Spliced: Hollywood's Search for the "Story" in History
>From DW Griffith's take on American history in Birth of a Nation to
Steven Spielberg's version of a â€˜50s con artist in Catch Me If You Can,
Hollywood has searched for "the story" in history, reorganizing the
chronology of events to sell history on the Big Screen. How fictive is
history on the Big Screen?
Proposals are being accepted for the Historical Fiction Area of the 2009
SWTX PCAACA Conference in Albuquerque at the Hyatt Regency downtown from
Feb 25-28. All proposals and abstracts of 250 words or less are welcome.
Please include your Vita. Send inquiries to Dr. Cristine Soliz, 719-549-
2346, cristine.soliz_at_colostate-pueblo.edu. Further details of the
conference are at http://swtxpca.org.
The priority deadline is Nov 15, and the final deadline is Dec. 1.
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