• "Luckiest Man In Iraq" taken from Pentagon news briefing during the 1991 Persian Gulf War

    Media and War MOOC

    This from member Andrew McLoughlin. Sign up ASAP if you’re interested. If you take the course, let us know. We’d love to have a review/debrief when you’re done: I thought […]

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    SCMS Call for Papers (DUE 08-31-17)

    2018 Call for Proposals The Society for Cinema and Media Studies announces its call for proposals for the 2018 conference.  Please join us Wednesday, March 14 through Sunday, March 18, […]

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  • Katheryn Bigelow, circa 1993

    AHA’s GI Pamphlets (WWII; US DOD)

    So, once again, in pursuit of my own research interests, I’ve discovered a trove of online materials that others might find useful. The American Historical Association, it seems, produced a […]

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  • William Shirer in France, 1940

    From the Feeds [06-15-17]

    CFPs of interest in this month’s feeds Special issue of Media, War & Conflict: Framing War & Conflict Guest Editors: Sumaya Al Nahed and Philip Hammond http://www.warandmedia.org/call-for-papers-framing-war-conflict/ Deadline for submissions: […]

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  • The World War II Combat Film: Anatomy of a Genre, by Jeanine Basinger

    Tanine Allison, Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies at Emory University, offers the first of what we hope will be a regular collection of reviews of Key Works in […]

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  • "Luckiest Man In Iraq" taken from Pentagon news briefing during the 1991 Persian Gulf War

    Website Developments

    Now that school’s out for summer, I’ve finally gotten around to refreshing the War and Media Studies website a bit. You will notice in the “Resources” section that I have added […]

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  • William Shirer in France, 1940

    From the Feeds [05-15-17]

    New Podcast of interest: “On War and Society” from the Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies at Wilfred Laurier University in Canada. Episode #1: The War Junk Historian,” […]

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  • William Shirer in France, 1940

    From the Feeds [04-15-2017]

    Find of the month… Did you know that Indiana University has placed a fully digitized copy of the US Government Information Manual for the Motion Picture Industry online. The collection […]

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  • UT Austin — One Year VAP

    Some of you might be interested in this opportunity: I’m writing to announce a 2017-2018 visiting faculty position in media studies in my department of Radio-Television-Film at the University of Texas […]

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  • Console-ing Passions Conference

    Console-ing Passions (July 27-29, ECU)

    Console-ing Passions: International Conference on TV, Video, Audio, New Media and Feminism invites submissions of individual papers and panels for its 2017 conference to be hosted by our own Anna […]

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