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, Sep 9, 2002
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Popular Culture & American Culture Associations/H-Net Discussion
> [mailto:H-PCAACA@...] On Behalf Of Dvorak, Ken
> Sent: Monday, September 09, 2002 10:25 PM
> To: H-PCAACA@...
> Subject: CFP: The Lord of the Rings, The Two Towers
> The purpose of this email is to solicit people to participate in a
> discussion of Peter Jackson's films: The Lord of the Rings: The Two
> Towers and (possibly) The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the
> (The Extended Edition).
> Information on participants and topics will be used to create a
> for a panel discussion that will be submitted to the 2003
> Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts (ICFA) Conference. More
> information on the ICFA Conference can be found later in this message.
> A panel discussion at ICFA is typically 4-5 people participating in an
> informal discussion with panelists and the audience rather than formal
> longer) presentations based on papers. ICFA allows people to present a
> paper in a session as well as to participate in a panel discussion
> Deadline for application to panel to be received (email preferred
> copy backup):
> October 10, 2002
> Background on Topic:
> One of the highlights of the 2002 ICFA conference was the panel
> bringing together Tolkien specialists to talk about their responses to
> Jackson's first film. This proposed panel is intended to be a
> of that discussion, focusing on The Two Towers and, if participants
> interested, upon the Extended Edition of The Fellowship of the Ring.
> The deadlines for this call and for submission to ICFA dictate that
> TTT nor the extended edition id FOTR have yet been released, so
> participants cannot send exact information about what they would say
> the panel discussion. However, last year's discussion proved people
> have definite opinions about the film(s) already, so I'm prepared to
> a fairly-opened description of this proposed panel discussion to
> ICFA. Additionally, I plan to encourage communication among the panel
> February after the release dates!
> If you are interested in participating, please mail or email a
> statement with the following information--
> Snailmail address
> Email address
> Telephone number
> Your teaching, critical, scholarly, or fandom specialization/areas of
> interest as relating to Tolkien and/or Jackson
> A brief (1-3 paragraph) statement about the issue or issues you think
> would like to address during your time for speaking--
> Robin Reid
> Literature and Languages
> Each panelist will have 5-10 minutes for individual statements, then
> discussion will be opened up for audience questions and participation.
> GENERAL CONFERENCE INFORMATION:
> If you have not yet sent in a proposal for a PAPER for ICFA, you have
> October 15, 2002.
> The 24th International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts
> What Might be Going to Have Been: Dark Myths and Legends
> March 19 to March 23, 2003
> Ft. Lauderdale Airport Hilton
> GUEST OF HONOR: Canadian fantasist Charles de Lint
> GUEST SCHOLAR: S. T. Joshi
> SPECIAL GUEST WRITER: Ramsey Campbell.
> Conference Information and Updates at the IAFA website:
> Ken Dvorak, Moderator PCA/ACA Discussion List
> Email: Ken.Dvorak@...
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