From the Feeds [09-15-17]
CFPs of interest in this month’s feeds
The Literature and Film of the Great War: From War to Peace 1917-1925
Panel for Northeast Modern Language Association, April 12-15, 2018 in Pittsburgh, PA
Deadline for submissions: September 30, 2017; Contact: Richard Schumaker at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visibility and New Models of Policing
Special Issue of Surveillance & Society for publication in September 2018
Deadline for submissions: February 1, 2018; Contact: Issue editors Keith Spiller at Keith.Spiller@bcu.ac.uk or Xavier D L’Hoiry at email@example.com
Articles of interest
Camino, Mercedes. “Citizen Ivanov Versus Comrade Tito: Partisans in Soviet and Yugoslav Cinema of the Second World War (1960–1985).” Quarterly Review of Film and Video. Published online: September 1, 2017. 1-25.
O’Sullivan, Shane. “This Film is Restricted: Training Films of The British Security Service.” Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television. Published online: August 17, 2017. 1-22.
Garcia-Escriva, Vicente. “Vanishing Myths: Influences and Rewrites in the Epilogue of Apocalypse Now.” Quarterly Review of Film and Video. Published online: September 1, 2017. 1-18.
Westerdale, Joel. “An Accident of Resistance in Nazi Germany: Oskar Kalbus’s Three-Volume History of German Film (1935–37).” Film History: An International Journal 29.2 (Summer 2017): 160-195.
Events of interest
There will be a World War I Centennial Symposium at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on October 27-28, 2017. For more information, see http://www.worldwar1centennial.org/index.php/wisconsin-wwi-centennial-home.html.
The Hagley Library acquired David Sarnoff’s papers when the Sarnoff Library closed a few years ago. They just finished cataloguing the collections and invite researchers to check out the results: https://www.hagley.org/about-us/news/david-sarnoff-library-collection-opens-public-hagley. “General” Sarnoff was head of RCA for decades and, indeed, a Brigadier General in the Signal Corps during WWII. He and RCA worked hand-in-hand with the US military to develop all sots of technology, from radar screens to drones, and RCA also helped the American Forces Radio Service establish it’s first TV station at Limestone air base in Maine in 1953 (I know, I know, I’m obsessed with AFRTS/AFN!). Long story short, there should be much in that collection for our members to examine!