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>          CALL FOR REVIEW-ARTICLES AND PAPERS 2003
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>          CALL FOR REVIEW-ARTICLES
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>The following books have been received and need reviewers:
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>Allen and Turvey, eds, _Wittgenstein, Theory and the Arts_ (2001)
>Steve Beard, _Aftershocks: The End of Style Culture_ (2002)
>Bergfelder, Carter, and Gokturk, eds, _The German Cinema Book_ (2002)
>Janet Bergstrom, ed., _Endless Night: Cinema and Psychoanalysis,
>Parallel Histories_ (1999)
>Bernardo Bertolucci, _Interviews_ (2000)
>Leo Braudy, _The World in a Frame_ 25th Anniversary Edition (2002)
>Giuliana Bruno, _Atlas of Emotion: Journeys in Art, Architecture, and
>Film_ (2002)
>Alison Butler, _Women's Cinema_ (2002)
>Jane Campion, _Interviews_ (1999)
>Sheila Cornelius, with Ian Hayden Smith, _New Chinese Cinema_ (2002)
>John Corner, _Critical Ideas in Television Studies_ (1999)
>Dai Jinhua, _Cinema and Desire_ (2002)
>Danio and Maziere, eds, _The Undercut Reader: Critical Writings on
>Artists' Film and Video_ (2003)
>Wendy Everett, ed., _The Seeing Century: Film, Vision, and Identity_ (2000)
>Manny Farber, _Negative Space_ Expanded Edition (1998)
>Flory and D'Andrade, eds, _Film and Philosophy_ vols 5/6 (2002)
>Gerow and Nornes, eds, _In Praise of Film Studies: Essays in Honor of Makino
>      Mamoru_ (2001)
>John Gibbs, _Mise-en-Scene: Film Style and Interpretation_ (2002)
>David Gillespie, _Early Soviet Cinema_ (2000)
>Goran Gocic, _The Cinema of Emir Kusturica_ (2001)
>Alexander Graf, _The Cinema of Wim Wenders_ (2002)
>Hague and Lavery, eds, _Teleparody: Predicting/Preventing the TV
>Discourse of Tomorrow_ (2002)
>Sue Harris, _Bertrand Blier_ (2001)
>Ari Hiltunen, _Aristotle in Hollywood_ (2002)
>Geoff King, _Film Comedy_ (2002)
>King and Krzywinska, _Science Fiction Cinema_ (2000)
>Stanley Kubrick, _Interviews_ (2001)
>Annette Kuhn, _Dreaming of Fred and Ginger: Cinema and Cultural Memory_ (2002)
>Vicky Lebeau, _Psychoanalysis and Cinema_ (2001)
>Malcolm Le Grice, _Experimental Cinema in the Digital Age_ (2001)
>Samantha Lay, _British Social Realism_ (2002)
>Jacob Leigh, _The Cinema of Ken Loach_ (2002)
>Jon Lewis, _The End of Cinema As We Know It: American Film in the
>Nineties_ (2001)
>George O. Liber, _Alexander Dovzhenko_ (2002)
>Colin MacCabe, _The Eloquence of the Vulgar_ (1999)
>Laurent Mannoni, _The Great Art of Light and Shadow: Archaeology of
>the Cinema_ (2000)
>Lev Manovich, _The Language of New Media_ (2001)
>Millar and Doherty, _Jane and Louise Wilson_ (2000)
>Tony Lee Moral, _Hitchcock and the Making of Marnie_ (2002)
>Stephen Mulhall, _On Film_ (2002)
>Martin O'Shaughnessy, _Jean Renoir_ (2000)
>Richard Porton, _Film and the Anarchist Imagination_ (1999)
>Phil Powrie, _Jean-Jacques Beineix_ (2001)
>James Quandt, ed., _Kon Ichikawa_ (2001)
>Angelo Restivo, _The Cinema of Economic Miracles: Visuality and
>Modernisation in the Italian Art Film_ (2002)
>D. N. Rodowick, _Reading the Figural, or, Philosophy After the New
>Media_ (2001)
>Sam Rohdie, _Promised Lands: Cinema, Geography, Modernism_ (2001)
>Philip Rosen, _Change Mummified: Cinema, Historicity, Theory_ (2001)
>Jonathan Rosenbaum, _Movie Wars_ (2002)
>Saddar and Cubitt, eds, _Aliens R Us: The Other in Science Fiction
>Cinema_ (2002)
>Kevin L. Stoehr, ed., _Film and Knowledge: Essays on the Integration
>of Images and Ideas_ (2002)
>Stokes and Hoover, _City on Fire: Hong Kong Cinema_ (1999)
>Nicolas Tredell, _Cinemas of the Mind: A Critical History of Film
>Theory_ (2002)
>Nwachukwu Frank Ukadike, _Questioning African Cinema_ (2002)
>Ravi S. Vasudevan, ed., _Making Meaning in Indian Cinema_ (2000)
>Paul Wells, _Animation: Genre and Authorship_ (2002)
>Willoquet-Maricondi and Alemany-Galway, eds, _Peter Greenaway's
>Postmodern/Poststructuralist Cinema_ (2001)
>Peter Wollen, _Paris Hollywood: Writings on Film_ (2002)
>Zhang Yimou, _Interviews_ (2001)
>Slavoj Zizek, _The Fright of Real Tears: Krzysztof Kieslowski Between
>Theory and Post-Theory_ (2001)
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>If you would like to review one of these works then please respond as
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>Length: 2-5,000 words
>Deadline: June 1st 2003
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>          CALL FOR PAPERS
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>Submissions are also invited for papers on any topic concerning the
>philosophy of moving images, e.g. analytical film philosophy, film
>aesthetics, cognitivism, Deleuzian film philosophy, phenomenology,
>etc.
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>Specific request for papers on the idea of film form as a new kind of
>'thinking' (e.g. Munsterberg, Deleuze, Artaud, Balazs, Biro, Epstein,
>Gilbert-Lecomte, Wurzer, and Schefer, etc.)
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>Papers should be 2-5,000 words in length, original, and not under
>submission elsewhere or previously published.
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