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Mon, 24 Aug 1998 10:18:27 -0400

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    Co-Producing Culture: Multinational Media Productions
    This panel will examine recent developments in international co-production
    of media in the context of privatization, conglomeration of TNC's and
    transnational trade. Topics may include examinations of the rise of
    international co-productions; analyses of the impact of co-productions on
    media industries and/or aesthetics; and case studies of the production,
    distribution or exhibition of co-productions. Chairs: Amy Beer and Barbara
    Wilinsky. Send proposals to Amy Beer, Department of Radio/TV/Film,
    Northwestern University, 201 Annie May Swift Hall, Evanston, IL 60208.
    Email: or
    Please note: We will consider tentative abstracts submitted by e-mail, but
    final proposals must conform to the guidelines at and reach us by September 1, 1998
    to be considered. For questions after August 27, please e-mail Barbara
    Wilinksy only, as Amy Beer will be out of the country.

    Thank you.
    Amy Beer
    Ph.D. Candidate
    Northwestern University
    Department of Radio/TV/Film

    Barbara Wilinksy
    Visiting Assistant Professor
    University of Arizona
    Department of Media Arts


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