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CFP: [Collections] Short Moving Images

updated: 
Monday, February 18, 2008 - 9:16pm
Nicole Richter

IN SHORT JOURNAL
CALL FOR PAPERS

The University of Miami is currently accepting submissions for its new
online journal devoted to the study of short moving images. The journal has
been created to construct a scholarly response to recent media developments
in viral videos and forms of “remote controlled viewing.”

We seek submissions on the following topics:

Short films
Music Videos
Commercials
Video Art
You-tube/Online Videos
T.V. episodes
Readings of a single scene from a longer film.

CFP: [Collections] Short Moving Images

updated: 
Monday, February 18, 2008 - 9:16pm
Nicole Richter

IN SHORT JOURNAL
CALL FOR PAPERS

The University of Miami is currently accepting submissions for its new
online journal devoted to the study of short moving images. The journal has
been created to construct a scholarly response to recent media developments
in viral videos and forms of “remote controlled viewing.”

We seek submissions on the following topics:

Short films
Music Videos
Commercials
Video Art
You-tube/Online Videos
T.V. episodes
Readings of a single scene from a longer film.

CFP: [Film] Submissions/Proposals for an Edited Collection on Ken Russell

updated: 
Monday, February 18, 2008 - 6:42pm
Kevin M. Flanagan

Submissions are invited for an edited collection on director, writer,
photographer, cultural commentator, and critic Ken Russell. Edited by
Kevin M. Flanagan and tentatively called KEN RUSSELL: RE-VIEWING BRITAIN’S
LAST MANNERIST (to be published by Scarecrow Press), this anthology will
focus on new interpretations of Russell’s work. Once a sensational fixture
of the public sphere, Russell seemingly fell into obscurity, only recently
re-emerging as a prescient, respected voice of British film culture. Why
(and for what reasons) has Russell’s work been marginalized? What emerging
methodological approaches could be brought to bear on his films, from the

UPDATE: [General] Journeys Across Media 2008: Authenticity?

updated: 
Monday, February 18, 2008 - 4:41pm
Lucy Fife

Authenticity?
Reality, Reliability & Access in Performance and Media

Friday 11 April 2008

Department of Film, Theatre & Television â€" University of Reading

Supported by the Standing Conference of University Drama Departments(SCUDD)
and the Graduate School in Arts and Humanities, University of Reading.

UPDATE: [Medieval] Beowulf (Collection; Deadline extended to 4/1/08)

updated: 
Monday, February 18, 2008 - 3:55pm
Nathan A Breen

Beowulf, ed. Nathan Breen, Dialogue (Amsterdam and New Jersey: Rodopi
Press).
Papers are being sought for a new volume on Beowulf to be published in
Rodopi (Amsterdam/NewJersey) Press's “Dialogue” series. The Dialogue
series offers new and experienced scholars the opportunity to present
alternative readings and approaches to classic texts that have received
canonical acceptance in either American or Continental Literature. The
Beowulf volume will be edited by Nathan Breen, professor of English at
DePaul University. Seeking essays from both emerging and experienced
scholars that address inherently controversial topics, i.e. topics that

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