This is an updated call for papers and a reminder of upcoming deadline.
The Film and History League invites you to consider giving a presentation that investigates the intersections of Alfred Hitchcock's cinematic output with the events of World War II and/or the Cold War.
Hitchcock’s world of spies, villains, and international intrigue
continues to be one of the richest cinematic oeuvres, and we invite
you to contribute to its growing body of criticism by attending our
conference. The Film and History League, with the Literature/Film
Association, will be holding its conference on “War in Film,
Television, and History” during November 11-14, 2004 near Dallas, TX.
Full details on the location, registration procedures, and additional
area topics can be found on the website www.filmandhistory.org.
Deadline for proposals is July 30, 2004.
Please email your abstracts (200-300 words) to email@example.com.
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